Natural disasters may doom cloud computing; Google Fiber TV gets favorable review

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @The Cloud Network: Can natural disasters doom the future of cloud computing? Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Telecom Italia has big decisions to make including a potential GVT deal and spinning off its wireline network. Article

> The Colorado Telehealth Network has bolstered its statewide image sharing and archiving capabilities thanks to an agreement with GNAX Health. Article

Cable News

> Google Fiber TV got a thumbs up from BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield, who believes that the Internet giant will expand the service into other markets. Article

> Chase Carey, COO of News Corp., will speak at the opening general session of the 2013 NAB Show in April. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Sonus is becoming a bigger threat to Acme Packet in the Session Border Controller (SBC) market segment. Article

> Symantec has discovered new malware called W32.Narilam that can cause business disruption by attacking ordering, accounting and customer management systems. Article

Online Video News

> The OTT video market will rise to $37 billion in 2017, says a new Informa report. Article

> Veeome, an online video provider, got $600,000 in new funding from four investors. Article

And finally … AT&T's $14 billion network investment is a major opportunity for ASSIA, the developer of Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) and vectoring, two techniques that can boost the data rates on existing copper pairs. Article

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