Spirent tests IPv6, Ethernet interoperability at MPLS event; Verizon supplies managed security to Galderma

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> Galderma, a major pharmaceutical company, is securing its critical data by using Verizon's network security services. Release

> Spirent tests carrier Ethernet, IPv6 and SDN interoperability during the MPLS Ethernet World Congress event. Release

Cable News

> The Diffusion Group's new white paper suggests that the key to boosting consumer interest in TV Everywhere offering is to add live linear programming to the lineup. Article

> Cox and Time Warner Cable both opened new retail stores this week with an aim to mimic what Apple has done with its own retail stores in recent years. Article

IPTV News

> OKI Electric Industry said it successfully distributed 4K (ultra high definition) content from Japan to Singapore and the Philippines using IPv6 via "state-of-the-art IPTV technologies." Article

And finally … Ovum asks how do carriers squeeze more value out of their networks? Article

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