IPv6 not for SMBs, says writer; DataLink gets a license to fiber in Grand Cayman

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Telexplainer: Moving from separate T1 lines to a converged Ethernet solution can be a major cost saver. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> A user in Broadband DSL Reports' forum decided to bond two 150 Mbps FiOS connections to get 300 Mbps-plus downstream speeds. Article

> IPv6 networking could pose challenges for SMBs, which according to The Register's Trevor Pott "was neither designed for small biz nor consumers." Article

> Cayman Islands-based DataLink, a wholly owned subsidiary of local utility Caribbean Utilities Company (CUC), was granted a license by the Information and Communication Technology Authority (ICTA) to provide fibre-optic network services in Grand Cayman. Article

> BCE, the parent company of Bell Canada, will hold its first quarter 2012 results conference call with the financial community on Thursday, May 3 at 8:00 a.m. ET. Release

And finally ... Dr Hamadoun I. Touré, ITU Secretary-General, said in the closing remarks of the forum's fifth Broadband Commission that "We are not interested in broadband, but in what broadband can do." Speech

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