Network security market rises; AT&T India deal rumored

Wireline industry news from across the web:

> Infonetics Research notes the network security market grew 10 percent in 2012. Release

> AT&T reportedly will buy a 25 percent stake in India's Reliance Jio Infocomm for $3.5 billion. Article

> Verizon invested more than $545 million in Massachusetts wireline assets in 2012. Release

> FCC Chairman wants to see Kansas City's 1 Gbps broadband project replicated elsewhere. Article

Cable News

> Avail-TVN announced it is changing its name to Vubiquity. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Microsoft said it will plug "critical" security holes in several of its products. Article

And finally... Colorado's federally-funded Eagle-NET broadband project could have suspension lifted. Article

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