Netflix says Olympics has no impact on traffic; TelOne to build out fiber in Zimbabwe

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> Netflix said the London 2012 Olympics have had no impact on its streaming video subscriber traffic. Article

> Royce Hollad, Masergy's Executive Chairman, will be a featured speaker at the COMPTEL PLUS Fall 2012 CEO Breakfast. Release

> TM Forum announced that its African communications conference, TM Forum's Africa Summit 2012, will feature Host Sponsor Telkom SA, to discuss the business and service management issues the region's service providers face. Release

> Zimbabwean telco TelOne will begin building out fiber links from Bulawayo to Beitbridge and from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls. Article

> The World Wide Web officially celebrated its 21st birthday on Monday, Aug. 6. Article

And finally … Any company considering a move to the cloud needs to consider five hidden costs to get a solid return on investment. Article

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