Sen. Carl Levin shows support of Title II for broadband; EarthLink to present at Drexel Hamilton event

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> Sen. Carl Levin comes out in favor of Title II for broadband. Post

> Cambodian regulator TRC has issued a warning to 15 VoIP services providers, saying these companies allegedly failed to pay their annual fees, reports Telecompaper, citing a Phnom Penh Post article. Article

> PEG Bandwidth makes the @Inc5000 2014! Article

> EarthLink will present at the upcoming Drexel Hamilton Telecom, Media and Technology Conference at the W New York Hotel at 541 Lexington Avenue in New York City on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 3:30 p.m. ET. Release

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> Signaling a major management transition for struggling pay-TV multiscreen vendor Synacor, former CEO Ron Frankel has stepped down from the board of directors. Article

> Saving its harshest critique, after months of sturm und drang, for its final, "official" rebuke of the proposed Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger, Netflix called on the FCC to reject the deal. Article

Online Video News
> Broadpeak is working with Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom on a 4K trial, with the aim of delivering streaming content using HEVC compression. Article

Wireless News
> Apple, Samsung Electronics and other makers of high-end smartphones could face steeper hurdles in the Chinese market after operators there said they will cut the amount of money they pay to OEMs to subsidize smartphones. Article

> BlackBerry is teaming up with Verizon Wireless to give $150 in bill credits per device to enterprises that upgrade their legacy BlackBerry devices to newer BlackBerry 10 smartphones and the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 platform. Article

And finally… John Shepler: How Ethernet over Copper works and the advantages it offers as for network connectivity. Article

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