Infinera to participate in two upcoming investor conferences; Greenlight Capital is warning of a tech bubble

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> Infinera executives will participate in the upcoming Jefferies and J.P. Morgan investor conferences. Release

> Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) announced that it has agreed to the sale of Compagnie Monegasque de Communication (CMC), the holding company for CWC's 55 percent stake in Monaco Telecom, to a private investment group for $445 million. Article

> Belgian ISP Belnet has selected Ciena to upgrade its optical network, which will be able to handle 88x100 Gbps on each fiber link. Article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> Even with the growing plethora of devices and screens available to them today, viewers prefer using the television to view streamed video, a Horowitz Associates study maintains. Article

> American news channel Al Jazeera Satellite Network wants details of its contract dispute with AT&T, related to why the U-verse provider decided to bar the new network from its TV lineup, to remain secret. Article

Wireless News
> Apple CEO Tim Cook continued to play coy about future new product categories the company might be breaking into later this year. He also indicated he thinks the mobile payments market hasn't been "figured out" yet. Article

> T-Mobile US CEO John Legere was paid to the tune of $29.2 million in 2013, making him the second highest paid wireless executive in 2013 after Sprint CEO Dan Hesse. Article

And finally... David Einhorn, president of hedge fund Greenlight Capital, is already warning of a tech bubble, reports SFGate. Article

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