Taking a closer look at multiplay service bundles; Verne Global hopes to attract Microsoft, others to Iceland

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> Bundled dual and triple play service offerings may look good on paper, but consumers need to read the fine print and work with their service provider to get the best deal. Article

> Aaron Hughes, CEO of 6connect, will speak on the service provider's transition to IPv6 at the 2012 North American IPv6 Summit on April 11. Release

> Blue Jeans Network is offering a cloud-based videoconferencing bridging solution designed to work with any system from Cisco Systems, Polycom, LifeSize Communications and Skype. Article

> European Commission is looking into the Dutch telecom regulator OPTA to not regulate business broadband services. Article

And finally ... Verne Global, an Iceland data center built on a former NATO air command base, hopes to attract Microsoft and other large data clients. Article

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