Telecom service providers grow despite global recession; Sidera cuts latency

Wireline news from across the web:

> A new release from Global Industry Analysts (GIA), "Telecom Services: A Global Outlook," predicts that the global telecom services industry will reach $1.8 trillion in value in three years. News release

> Sidera Networks said an upgrade to its Xtreme Ultra Low Latency Network will "significantly reduce the latency between critical financial data centers and exchanges in the New York/New Jersey metro area." News release

> Patent litigation firm Wi-LAN has acquired 40 telecommunications network management mobile multimedia patents from Siemens. Story

> Myanmar has taken steps to reform and liberalize its telecommunications policy. Story

And finally … Sigma Systems has appointed Arat Hirao regional director of Asia-Pacific, reflecting the ongoing broadband growth of that region. News release

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