Poor data security becomes a national crisis; Jazztel conducts test of ZTE's 10G PON equipment

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @ Chad Couser: Poor data security is a growing crisis. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Portland, Ore., talks about how it won over Google Fiber to become one of its next fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) targets. Article

> ZTE has completed the first commercial 10G PON full-service test for Spanish operator Jazztel, which went live with its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network last October. Release

> Deutsche Telekom AG and France's Orange SA are the latest service providers to fight a proposed European law aimed at enforcing net neutrality. Article (sub. req.)

Cable News
> While Charter Communications hasn't yet commercially deployed a cloud-based interactive program guide, the MSO offered a glimpse last week at the user interface that it has been testing since late last year on its cable system in Fort Worth, Texas. Article

> Tennis Channel lost its attempt to get a court order aimed at forcing Comcast to add the independent network to programming tiers in an additional 18 million homes after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected its appeal of a ruling issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals last May. Article

Wireless News
> BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially unveiled the company's next two smartphones, a mid-range touchscreen phone called the Z3 and another mid-tier phone with a physical qwerty keyboard called the Q20. Article

> Mobile application discovery service Quixey is making a dramatic update to its "Functional Search" service, with the intention of redefining mobile search as smartphones, apps and the Web continue to evolve. Article

And finally… #IntegraTells on March 3: Will 2014 be the first year more workloads will be processed in the #cloud than with IT infrastructure?

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