Mushroom Networks extends bonding solutions; Verizon sets record straight about Fire Island and Voice Link

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> Terabit Systems is helping data center managers shift to highly-virtualized and converged architectures by offering Brocade's NetIron CER 2000 Router with increased 10GbE density. Release

> Mushroom Networks extends its broadband bonding solutions to customers in the Caribbean through its partnership with MCS Ltd. Release

Cable News

> Journal Broadcast Group said Time Warner Cable dropped MyNetwork TV affiliate KPSE-TV from its cable system in Palm Springs, Calif., after the companies failed to agree to terms of a retransmission-consent agreement. Article

> Comcast has installed a 100 Mbps Ethernet connection for a commercial customer in Connecticut which helps aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney build jet engine parts using 3D printing technology. Article

Online Video News

> While the box office still draws a crowd and is the first stop for domestic blockbuster film distribution, some content producers are taking their movies straight to online video. Article

And finally… Verizon looks to set the record straight on Fire Island and Voice Link. Post

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