Lars Nyberg resigns as CEO of TeliaSonera; Telx can minimize latency for service providers

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> Lars Nyberg stepped down as TeliaSonera's CEO despite the service provider being cleared of allegations, following an investigation by Mannheimer Swartling, that it committed bribery and money laundering. Release

> TiVo Research and Analytics will provide the communications industry with insights into the Super Bowl's most-watched commercials and game moments as well as Beyonce's halftime performance. Release

> Ether Rabbit looks at how colocation providers like Telx can help minimize network latency in connecting to service providers. Article

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable is playing into consumers' demand to get access to content on their own time by deploying what it says is a "souped up DVR" that includes more storage space to record shows and movies. Article

> The Consumer Electronics Association has dropped CNET as its "Best of CES" partner after CNET's parent CBS forced it to exclude Dish Network's Hopper DVR from the annual award program. Article

IPTV News

> DirecTV will add digital ad insertion products to its service package by establishing a partnership with video advertising technology provider FreeWheel. Article

> Google Fiber is ramping up its promotion efforts with plans to run an ad during the Super Bowl that plays up the capabilities of its 1 Gbps fiber service in Kansas City. Article

Online Video News

> Apple, according to an FCC filing, could be releasing a new version its Apple TV device with plans to migrate away from what it says is the "weaker" A5 SoC chip to the A5X chip. Article

And finally… OpenFlow may not be software defined networking, but according to a new GigaOM article, OpenFlow could become a common hardware platform that will commoditize the router. Article

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