SSE employs Ciena for new 100G network; Former Netflix subscribers continue to rejoin the fold

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@FierceTelecom RT @FierceGov: Reports of cybercrime increase slightly in 2011. Article | Follow@FierceTelecom

> SSE will leverage Ciena's coherent 100G optical-networking technology as the solution for its UK national network. Release

> JT Group will leverage Telcordia's network planning, engineering and design platform to support the rollout of its fiber network. Release

> Fluke Networks introduced a new telephone test set that it claims are 62 percent lighter, 20 percent more cost effective than other solutions. Release

> Businesses see cloud computing as a key element to thwart data loss. Article

> Netflix CFO David Wells revealed at the J.P. Morgan Technology Media and Telecom conference that a third of new subscribers are actually former customers who decided to rejoin the service. Article

And finally ... Japanese researchers have tested WiFi speeds of 3 Gbps in the terahertz band. Article

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