TelePacific expands in Corpus Christi; Complexity dampens adoption of big data

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@FierceTelecom RT @XOComm: Survey: Complexity seen as the persistent challenge to Big Data adoption. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Can data storage ever reach an absolute limit? Article

> TelePacific Communications, which established itself in Texas when it acquired Tel West in late 2011, is doubling the size of its office and presence in Corpus Christi. Release

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> Cablevision CFO Gregg Seibert was forced to halt a presentation for investors at a conference in New York Thursday afternoon when union protesters from the CWA began shouting from the audience. Article

> While Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) said it will introduce a 24-hour channel in Latin America later this year, they don't plan to launch a channel dedicated to cage fighting for U.S. pay TV subscribers. Article

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> Video discovery iOS app startup Fanhattan announced plans to sell a set top box which will integrate online video and traditional pay-TV service. Article

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