Streamworks picks Level 3 to deliver video news service; FiberMedia sounds off on low latency

Wireline news from across the Web:

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> Streamworks will use Level 3's content delivery network (CDN) to deliver its breaking news video service, Associated Press Television News (APTN) Direct. Article

> Boston's Mayor Tom Menino filed an emergency petition with the FCC to regulate the cost of basic cable in the city. Article

> Rostelecom's Mobitel subsidiary plans to acquire half of Suleiman Kerimov's 5.8 percent stake in Rostelecom. Article

> Ed Wadbrook has joined Carousel Industries as Vice President of Applications/Collaborative Solutions where he will drive new Unified Communications-based applications and solutions. Release

> Fiber optics segment rose 3.3 percent in high volume on high volume for the third day in a row. Article

> Sunset Digital, a provider of fiber-based broadband connectivity to assist Economic Development and Community Enhancement, has selected GTT to deliver high capacity internet connectivity to their customers in Atlanta. Release

And finally ... FiberMedia gives its low latency predictions and observations for the financial services industry segment. Post

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