Riyadh slated for 100 Gbps network; more companies commit to World IPv6 Day

Wireline news from across the Web:

> NETGEAR has made its N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router-Mobile Broadband Edition, which features an automatic DSL-to-3G failover, available online and at major retailers. News release.

> Riyadh, Saudi Arabia will boast the Middle East's first 100 Gbps network, installed by Mobily and Ciena. News release.

> IBM announced new services for providers looking to build multi-pay networks. News release.

> tw telecom is scheduled to present at three investor conferences on March 1, 8 and 9; all three will be webcast on the Investor Relations section of their website. Details.

> BSkyB has been cleared by the UK's Office of Fair Trading to purchase WiFi provider The Cloud. Story.

> Qtel has signed a deal to bring Skype to Jordan and the Philippines. Story.

And finally... Add Comcast and Time Warner Cable to the list of companies committed to participating in World IPv6 Day on June 6. Story.

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