Telebyte to participate in VDSL2 showcase at BBWF; Amazon, Google, others vie for lead in U.S. cloud services market

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> Three subsidiaries of luxury goods group Richemont have won a High Court decision requiring UK ISPs to block access to six websites based outside the UK accused of selling counterfeit goods. Article

> Telebyte will participate in a multi-vendor FTTN VDSL2 Vectoring demonstration located in the Broadband Forum's Interoperability Pavilion at the Broadband World Forum 2014 in Amsterdam Oct. 21-23. Release

Cable News
> With one of its members referring to Comcast as "the worst company in America for customer service," the city council for Worcester, Mass., has voted 8-3 against a measure that would transfer control of the city's cable subscribers from Charter to Comcast. Article

Wireless News
> AT&T Mobility, Sprint, T-Mobile US and UK operator EE support a new SIM card for Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 that lets customers switch between carriers. Article

> The wireless industry earned a major supporter in its net neutrality battle with the FCC as OnStar owner General Motors issued a strong appeal for looser open Internet rules for wireless operators. Article

And finally… U.S. firms battle for lead in #cloud computing revolution. Article

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