Polycom acquires video collaboration company ViVu; Clearfield CEO Beranek named Stevie awards finalist

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> Polycom has added another piece to its growing UC software portfolio by acquiring video collaboration company ViVu, which will enable the company to embed high definition video into web-based applications. Article

> HomeGrid Forum board members will participate in three interoperability events to drive awareness about G.hn, the telecom industry's catch-all home networking standard. Release

> The Union Council of Ministers of India is set to approve the buildout of a new national fiber network that will connect about 200,000 villages in the country. Article

> Clearfield CEO Cheri Beranek has been named a finalist in the 8th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Release

> HickoryTech deployed CloverLeaf Digital's AppDaily TV apps for its growing base of IPTV subscribers. Release

> TeliaSonera's revenues declined 1 percent in Q3 2011 revenue, but the service provider expects full-year organic sales to grow around 3 percent. Article

And finally ... MoneyControl.com interviews Kevin Johnson, CEO of Juniper Networks, on how Juniper is pushing the innovation envelope in its effort to stay competitive against fierce rivals like Cisco. Article

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