Sunrise Telecom releases new IPTV test set; Akamai to launch IPv6 services in April

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@FierceTelecom RT @telecoms: Operators losing $58B on poor billing systems. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Sunrise Telecom introduced its new packetWORX IPTV test and field analysis solution. Release

> CenturyLink will release its Q1 2012 earnings results after the market closes on Wednesday, May 9. Release

> Verizon will sponsor this year's TCM Classic Film festival. Article

> Jazztel, a Spain-based competitive service provider, plans to deploy DSL in 27 new exchanges in the Canary Islands, a move that will bring its services to over 300,000 homes. Article

> LoopUp claims to have solved the most common problems with everyday conferencing with its new remote meetings product for business users. Release

> Home Automation, Inc., an integrated security and home automation supplier, has established a connectivity partnership with NextAlarm and their VoIPAlarm product. Release

And finally ... Akamai, one of the largest Content Delivery Network providers, will offer IPv6 services to its customers beginning in April. Article

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