Orange Business Services stays with Daimler in Latin America; Opnext to present at WDM

> Daimler AG's Latin America operations will continue to get IP VPN support from Orange Business Services, which manages the network and its Business Talk Global converged voice VPN to keep the car company's 12 sites connected to headquarters in Stuttgart. News release.

> Opnext will present "Evaluating the next steps on the road to 100G" at WDM & Next Generation Optical Networking 2010 in Monaco. News release.

> Telepresence provider Glowpoint has partnered with India's Tata Communications. Glowpoint is bringing collaborative managed video service to the party while Tata provides its Cisco Telepresence Exchange. And potato salad.  Release.

> Research and Markets has a new report on Greece's convergence, broadband and Internet market  through 2018. The summary says broadband penetration is on an upswing. News release.

> Herzlia, Israel-based VocalTec is providing a range of VoIP solutions to New Telephone Company (NTC), a triple-play carrier headquartered in Vladivostok, Russia. News release.

And finally... Brian Schrand, formerly of Cincinnati Bell Telephone, has joined fiber management specialist Clearfield as its Senior Member of Technical Staff. News release.

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