Korea surpasses 10 million VoIP subscribers; President Obama to hold Twitter Town Hall meeting

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> Korea has a love affair with VoIP: According to Korea Communications Commission (KCC), South Korea had 10 million subscribers as of the end of June. Article

> Northwest North Dakota-based Reservation Telephone Cooperative (ResTel) is leveraging broadband stimulus funding to put in a 50 Mbps connection to the Elbowwoods. Article

> Deutsche Telekom has appointed Claudia Nemat to run its European division and Marion Schick to oversee human resources. Article

> CDN World Summit is set to take place at the Hilton Paddington Hotel in London from Oct. 25-28, 2011. Release

> Fon and Belgacom will create a large WiFi network in Belgium which consumers can use to access the four million-plus hotspots in Fon's global WiFi network. Release

And finally ... President Obama will hold his first Twitter Town Hall meeting tomorrow where he will address questions about the economy and creating new jobs. Article

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