Superstorm Sandy reinforces need for business continuity planning; RST targets NC data center opportunities

Wireline news from across the Web:

@FierceTelecom RT @Current Analysis: Superstorm Sandy Reinforces the Need for Business Continuity Planning Post | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Lebanon plans to complete a project to link telecom providers' switchboards with fiber by April 2013 in a move to drive investments in 4G wireless and Fiber to the Home (FTTH). Article

> GLOBO, a mobile solutions and SaaS provider, has become a Silver Partner of the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (S.E.A.P). Release

> Skype is accused of handing out private information to a private company. Article

> Verizon Small Business Center will present a free webinar on Nov. 7 on how SMBs can use social media. Release

Cable News

> Charter plans to restructure its operations, migrate to all digital, and increase capital spending. Article

> Cablevision may launch WiFi voice service and warns that it may permanently lose subscribers whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Acme Packet tops Infonetics' SBC service provider survey. Article

> TechNavio: Latin America IT services market to grow 10 percent annually. Article

IPTV News

> Verizon still working to restore FiOS, other services a week after Sandy. Article

> Youku Tudou bulks up with Sony Pictures content. Article

Online Video News

> Hulu bulks up on CBS content in non-exclusive, multi-year deal. Article

> Amazon debuts $7.99 per month Prime Subscription. Article

And finally RST Global Communications is building out a new middle mile network that will provide necessary connectivity to the growing base of data centers in North Carolina. Article

Suggested Articles

WOW CEO Teresa Elder was admitted to a Denver hospital on Friday after testing positive for COVID-19.

On the heels of TalkTalk shareholders approving the deal to sell FibreNation to CityFibre, CityFibre is now targeting 8 million premises in the U.K.

Cisco's Kevin Wollenweber has turned into a COVID-19 sleuth of sorts over the past few weeks as he tracks the virus' impact on networks.