NTT introduces new remote management tool for enterprise customers; Iran says it wants to encourage more telecom investment

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> NTT Communications introduced new remote infrastructure management (RIM) and ICT rightsourcing services to enterprise companies seeking to optimize returns on their ICT investments. Release

> Vermont's Sovernet connects over 400 community institutions throughout the rural part of the state to its 800-mile fiber-based network. Article

> Iran's communications minister Mahmoud Vaezi said he would like to facilitate the rollout of countrywide "broadband corridors" during a speech at the ITU's World Telecommunication Development Conference in Dubai. Article

Cable News
> Aereo Founder/CEO Chet Kanojia sounded highly confident in his Supreme Court case and boldly pledged to spend the year after the court case expanding his 110-person company and supplying low-cost technology to the nearly 1,000-member companies of the American Cable Association (ACA). Article

> Hulu has signed a multi-year rights deal with Comcast's NBCUniversal Television & New Media Distribution subsidiary which will give it exclusive rights to previous seasons of several NBCU original series, including E! hit "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" and Bravo's "The Real Housewives." Article

Wireless News
> Verizon Wireless reduced the price of its More Everything plans at 10 GB per month or more for customers on its handset upgrade program. Article

> In a new FCC filing, AT&T reiterated its interest in LTE Broadcast technology using the eMBMS standard. Article

And finally… Rich Tehrani: Should Verizon retain some benefits associated with copper service as it pushes people away from it? Article

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