Lumos Networks to present at 2 investor conferences; Huawei retains leadership in telecom equipment market

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> IEEE's Bruce Kraemer shares what Mariah Carey and the 802.11n standard have in common during this week's Future of Ethernet event. Post

> AT&T now offers a 45 Mbps U-verse broadband tier, but according to a Broadband DSL Reports article, some customers can't get or upgrade to the new service. Article

> Lumos Networks will present at two financial conferences in November: the Macquarie Capital: Mobile Corporate Day in San Francisco on Nov. 5 at 2:45 p.m. PT, and the Wells Fargo 2013 TMT Conference in New York City on Nov. 13 at 10:40 a.m. ET. Release

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> Cogeco-owned Atlantic Broadband will roll out a leased version of TiVo's latest Roamio DVR to about 250,000 customers scattered in western Pennsylvania, Miami Beach, Fla., Aiken, S.C. and parts of Maryland and Delaware. Article

> Multi-screen Internet TV solutions provider TelVue had a good third quarter--at least compared to a year ago--with revenues that were up 73 percent. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix has held discussions with Comcast, the nation's largest cable operator, and the much smaller Suddenlink Communications, about including Netflix software in some of the boxes they lease to subscribers. Article

Wireless News

> Verizon Wireless has started deploying LTE in its AWS spectrum to boost capacity in key markets, a Verizon spokesman confirmed. Article

> Voxer, which has started to shift its focus from providing a free, network-agnostic push-to-talk app to being a communications provider for businesses, accelerated that push by introducing a Web-based client for its service. Article

And finally … Huawei is pretty much shut out in the US, but still the global leader in telecom equipment. Article

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