Lowell McAdam to speak at World Health Congress conference; NEC, Abiquo create new IaaS offering

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> Lowell McAdam, chairman and CEO of Verizon, will speak at the ninth annual World Health Care Congress conference in the Washington, D.C., area on April 17. Release  

> The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) gave out 72 new gateway licenses, including 22 international gateway (IGW) licenses, 21 interconnection exchange (ICX) licenses and 29 international internet gateway (IIG) licenses. Article

> NEC and Abiquo teamed up to create a new global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering. Release

> American citizens have downloaded over 134 document images from the 1940 census since those records became available on April 2. Article

> The Long Island Digital Summit will include keynote panelists from a number of major web companies such as Facebook, Mashable, Google, and JetBlue Airways. Release

And finally ... Chambers, Neb.-based K&M Telephone Company wants to disconnect the town's last remaining payphone, which it says costs them $1,500 to maintain but only nets $3.35 in annual revenue. Article  

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