Newegg employs Zayo's colocation services for disaster recovery; Comcast tests IPv6 on its CPE in Denver

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> Newegg, the second largest U.S.-based online-only retailer, has employed Zayo's colocation services for its East Coast disaster recovery facility. Release

> RVA LLC reports that construction has started on 38 percent of Fiber to the Home (FTTH) projects funded by the by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, with another 36 percent preparing for construction to begin. Article

> Cox Communications hopes to beef up its wireless and IT experience by tapping former Clearwire executive Ken Hart as its new CTO. Article

> Unite Private Networks (UPN) will light up eight Oklahoma school districts with fiber-based Wide Area Networks (WANs). Release

> Northeastern Michigan-based Allband will leverage Calix's C7 Multiservice Access Platform (MSAP) and E7 Ethernet Service Access Platform (ESAP) for two broadband stimulus projects that will serve about 2,000 residences, businesses and community institutions. Release  

> Bamboom may be latest cord cutting advocate for consumers dissatisfied with their TV experience, but since they are aggregating content from broadcasters without their consent, they will face the same legal issues that have plagued fellow online video provider Ivi. Article

> Comcast continues to make progress with its IPv6 transition by demonstrating dual-stack IPv4/IPv6 support over CPE in Denver. Article

And finally ... A new Navigant Economics study points out a number of areas where ARRA grants have been awarded in which consumers already get broadband services. Article

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