SaaS revenue to reach $12.1B; Neutral Tandem appoints David Zwick as SVP Business Development

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> Software as a Service (SaaS) revenue will reach $12.1 billion this year, up 20.7 percent from 2010 revenue of $10 billion, according to market data from Gartner. Article

> Sunrise Telecom has added Dual T1 and SDHSL.bis modules to its RxT test and measurement platform, which helps service providers deliver wireless backhaul, call center, and integrated voice and data service installation and maintenance. Release  

> So long, Qwest Denver. CenturyLink officially launched its brand in Colorado on Monday, replacing the original sign at Qwest's former Denver headquarters building. Article

> Cablevision has extended cable TV service to in-home iPhone and iPod devices via its Optimum App for iPad. Release  

> BSNL and ZTE will deploy ADSL2+ and VDSL2 broadband network infrastructure in 15 of India's telecom circles. Article

> Neutral Tandem has appointed David Zwick as Senior Vice President of Business Development. Release

And finally ... German Internet company United Internet's founder Ralph Dommermuth takes a swing at Facebook, Google and Apple over data security issues. Article


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