Satellite operators use different approaches to increase capacity; Western Digital gets into the WiFi router game

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@FierceTelecom RT @AnalysysMason Major satellite operators adopt contrasting approaches to next-generation high-throughput capacity I Article  Follow @FierceTelecom

> Hosted VoIP provider Telesphere appoints Brent Bourne as its COO. Article

> Western Digital reveals its own wireless router brand. Article

> Japan Communications has integrated SoliCall's PBXMate for improving audio quality in its VoIP Network. Release

> UTOPIA, a Utah-based municipal broadband service provider, is going to offer a 1 Gbps service for $300 a month. Article

And finally Telemedicine and health IT advocates need to collaborate more effectively to provide a better patient experience. Article
 

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