Ooma releases WiFi VoIP adapter; Juniper says wireless operators must spend $840B on backhaul by 2016

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> Fiber-based networks will give Africa-based wireline service providers a host of new service and revenue benefits. Article

> Ooma serves up a new WiFi adapter for its Telo VoIP phone system for $49.99. Article

> Verizon encourages low-income Maryland and DC residents to sign up for reduced rate services. Release

> Huawei plans to spend $7 billion on boosting its enterprise equipment product set by next year. Article

> A new Channel Partners article talks about how SIP over MPLS can give business customers the combined benefit of savings and greater security and reliability. Article

And finally ... Juniper Research forecasts that mobile network operators will need to spend $840 billion globally by 2016 on wireless backhaul. Article

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