SDN an evolution not a revolution; Texas' broadband adoption rises to 69 percent

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> Sunesys has completed its fiber build at Net Access' Cedar Knolls, N.J., data center, a move that will provide both Net Access and Sunesys customers with additional options for data center hosting and fiber connectivity. Release

> SDN, says Ovum during its analyst panel at this week's OFC/NFOEC show in Anaheim, Calif., is an evolution, not a revolution. Article

Cable News

> Verizon is beginning to pitch cable networks the idea of paying license fees based on how many FiOS TV subscribers actually watch their programming. Article

> Concurrent signed a deal with UK-based cable MSO Virgin Media, which will use its MediaHawk product for its cloud-based Virgin TV Anywhere service. Article

IPTV News

> AT&T is providing a connected device to subscribers who purchase a bundle of U-verse TV with phone or broadband data service. Article

Online Video News

> Advertisers are redirecting their spending toward online video as more users move their eyes from traditional TV to the Internet. Article

And finally … New data from Connected Texas shows that broadband adoption rose 7 percent, from 62 percent in 2011 to 69 percent in 2012. Article

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