Telcentris launches turnkey white label VoIP offering; has Frontier put 100GB cap on Sacramento DSL subscribers?

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> Service assurance solutions provider Accedian Networks says it now has NIDs (network interface devices) installed at over 40,000 cell site locations in North America. News release.

> Calix has been selected by Southwest Telephone Exchange to deliver advanced broadband services over fiber to several Iowa municipalities as part of the carrier's broadband stimulus-funded expansion. News release.

> Cloud communications provider Telcentris is offering a white label, end-to-end managed wholesale VoIP enabling platform that gives customers a "complete suite of services and robust back-end infrastructure" for little upfront cost. News release.

> There's fierce competition for the 51 percent stake that Serbia's government is selling in incumbent Telekom Srbija, with seven operators--Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Telekom Austria, America Movil, Weather Investments, Turkcell and Vimpelcom--cleared to participate in the tender. Story.

> Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's patent infringement suit against several technology companies was suspended Friday, CED reports, because he failed to indicate specifically which products are violating his intellectual property rights. He has until Dec. 28 to amend the suit. Story.

And finally... Is Frontier Communications pushing a bandwidth cap on its 3 Mbps DSL service in Sacramento? Broadband DSL Reports says a source at Frontier told them the provider is "testing the waters in several communities" for metered billing. Meantime, Sacramento subscribers who use over 100 GB a month are receiving letters warning they'll be charged $100 a month. Story.

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