IPv6 moved forward in 2012; Level 3's Jeff Storey to speak at upcoming Citi conference

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@FierceTelecom RT @arstechnica: IPv6 takes one step forward, IPv4 two steps back in 2012. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Allure Energy will use the Consumer Electronics Show next week in Las Vegas to introduce their new EverSense 2.0 product. Release

> The Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI) has partnered with Meninx Technologies to promote deployment of IPv6 in Tunisia. Article

> Level 3's President and COO Jeff Storey will present at the 2013 Citi Global Internet, Media and Telecommunications Conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Release

Cable News

> Cablevision has filed a new patent that looks at how to use airplanes equipped with lasers to identify buildings within its service area. Article

> Alticast, an interactive program developer, will add ThinkAnalytics' recommendation engine technology to its program guide. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Cisco's stock price rose on Thursday following a number of optimistic analyst assessments on the company. Article

> The U.S. VoIP market, according to IBISWorld, has grown 16.7 percent since 2007 and generates $15 billion in annual revenue. Article

IPTV News

> Intel, according to a report, won't debut its proposed set-top box next week, but it will happen eventually. Article

And finally… Disaster recovery is not business continuity, says Jarrett Potts at SORServer. Article

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