SIP in IPv6 gets evaluated; Liberty Global thinks OTT is a 'complimentary service'

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @AnalysysMason: A large portion of IT spending does not fall under the traditional IT budget: a third comes from the network or CTO budget. Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> The independent SIP over IPv6 Forum has begun to evaluate SIP in IPv6. Post

> tw telecom's chairman and CEO and President Larissa Herda applauded the FCC's revised special access rules. Release

> During the ILTA show, ShoreTel will discuss how law offices are using unified communications to improve client relations. Post

> NewBay released a white paper on techniques to implement personal cloud services. Release

> DS-3 Today discussed how DS3 and T3 work and the new competition from Ethernet over Copper. Post

And finally … Nair Balan, EVP & CTO, Liberty Global: "OTT is not a threat. It is a complimentary service." Article

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