Pacific Bell tower equipped with new fiber connections; Aereo files suit against CBS Corp.

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> San Francisco's Pacific Bell tower, which was once a monument to copper, is being rewired with fiber to support a slew of new high-tech tenants. Article

> AT&T and Wipro expanded their relationship to help businesses adopt M2M solutions. Release

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> Charter Communications lost 24,000 video subscribers in Q1 2013 and said that broadband Internet growth slowed down. Article

> Aereo filed a lawsuit against CBS Corp. to preemptively block efforts to stop its Internet video platform from launching in Boston later this month. Article

IPTV News

> Residential gateways, a soon-to-be-released Infonetics survey says, are being used by service providers to transform their broadband video services and to build new revenue streams. Article

> Google Fiber's expansion into Shawnee, Kan., and other areas, say financial analysts, is only part of a "ripple effect" that the 1 Gbps FTTH service is causing within the telecommunications space. Article

And finally … Broadband service can help Iowa's farm economy and slow rural "outmigration." Article

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