Qwest delivers Ethernet to Los Lunas School District; Granite Telecommunications reaches into Canada

> Qwest delivers Ethernet to Los Lunas School District

> Granite Telecommunications reaches into Canada

> Level 3 enables EtherSpeak to expand coverage area

> TSTT leverages Calix to bring IPTV to Trinidad and Tobago

> Alliance for Digital Equality champions democrats' position on FCC's ‘Third Way' approach

And finally ... The New York Times looks at how utilities and service providers could collaborate on smart grid

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