TDS to speak at 3 investor conferences; BT to introduce broadband 'sleep mode' to conserve energy

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> TDS and U.S. Cellular executives will make presentations at three upcoming investor conferences in November and December. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent's Intelligent Services Access Manager Optical Network Unit (ISAM ONU) product portfolio has gained the Broadband Forum's BroadbandSuite 5.0 Certification. Article

> Service providers touted the capabilities of Microsoft's Mediaroom as a key weapon to provide a differentiated IPTV service during last week's TelcoTV event. Article

> Russia's TTK has purchased Juniper Networks' MX Series 3D Universal Edge routers to provide the Ethernet bandwidth required to ensure high-speed connectivity for subscribers. Article

> Bandwidth.com wants to pose a challenge to the wireless industry with its new Republic Wireless service. Article

And finally ... BT has hatched a plan to introduce a "sleep mode" on its broadband lines to reduce energy consumption. Article

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