Positron claims it can deliver 800 Mbps over copper; EarthLink reportedly snooping on users' Internet searches

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@FierceTelecom RT @BloombergNews: Google+ U.S. traffic soars as service opens up. Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> Positron Access claims that its FlexStream 800 product can deliver up to 800 Mbps of bandwidth over existing copper wire for both Ethernet over Copper (EoC) and wireless backhaul applications. Release

> Siemens Enterprise Communications takes a spot on Gartner's 2011 Magic Quadrant for Corporate Telephony. Release

> Lebanon's state-owned wireline provider Ogero will finally deliver a new set of ADSL-based packages in October that they say will provide an 8x speed boost, but at a cost 80 percent cheaper per 1 Mbps than existing connections. Article

> InfoZen, a provider of IT services and solutions for the public sector, has won a five-year, $90 million prime contract from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Release

> Uruguay's ANTEL will employ ZTE's GPON gear to power its nationwide fiber to the home (FTTH) deployment, which will include broadband data rates of up to 100 Mbps, to about 300,000 subscribers. Article

> UK-based FilmFlex is giving customers of its Film4oD streaming service the option to download movies on demand to rent. Article

And finally ... EarthLink is reportedly the latest service provider to incroporate DNS redirection technology that enables them to presenting advertisements and search results to users who mistype a website's address in their browser. Article

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