Netflix tries to calm consumers over fee increases; Triple play services to reach a quarter of the world's homes by 2016

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@FierceTelecom RT @Alcatel_Lucent: Europe's digital agenda: Proposals from the industry to accelerate broadband deployment. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Netflix is trying to assuage customer's frustration over video rental fee increases. Article

> SIP trunking may hold a lot of promise for business users, but implementing and supporting the service comes with various challenges. Article

> Time Warner Cable will deploy a new underground fiber network in downtown Bangor, Maine to bring its residential and business customers its triple play service set. Article

> Zayo is named as a runner up in Denver Business Journal's fastest-growing private companies list. Release

> The Romanian Educational Network (RoEduNet) has chosen Ciena's high-capacity coherent optical technology for the first live 100 GbE network in Eastern Europe. Release 

> Lereko Metier Capital Growth Fund and Investec Bank will acquire 100 percent of Vox Telecom's shares. Article

And finally ... A new Digital TV Research study forecasts that over a quarter of the world's homes will subscribe to a triple play service bundle by 2016. Article

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