Pac-12 signs a deal with SureWest; Hyperoptic delivers FTTP service to 10,000 UK homes

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> Pac-12 Networks signed a deal with Consolidated Communications-owned SureWest Communications unit to carry its Bay Area regional content. Article

> Verizon has reached its 2012 goal of collecting more than 1 million pounds of electronic waste to keep out of landfills. Release

> Hyperoptic, a UK-based competitive ISP, said its 1 Gbps-capable Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) network now reaches 10,000 homes in London. Article

> Qualcomm Atheros has introduced an industrial-grade HomePlug Green PHY device. Release

> A Cisco report says that Brazil is underserved when it comes to WiFi hot spots. Article

And finally… U.S. service providers overcharged consumers to the tune of $360 billion in 2012. Article

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