TeleSpeak acquires Contact Centers of America; Westell completes Kentrox acquisition

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> TeleSpeak, a developer and provider of cloud communications services, has acquired Contact Centers of America. Release

> Nebula, a new cloud computing startup, has been formed by the founders of Anso Labs, which was acquired by Rackspace in 2011. Article

> Westell has completed its acquisition of Kentrox, a deal which expanded its remote monitoring capabilities for wireless and wireline networks. Release

Cable News

> Viacom's Epix introduced an app for Sony's PlayStation 3 that allows subscribers from affiliates of Charter Communications, Verizon, Cox Communications and Dish Network to access 3,000 titles through their gaming consoles. Article

> Cogeco Cable has become the first TV provider to launch Rovi's TotalGuide xD app for Apple's iPad. Article


> Exterity, an IPTV communications solutions company, said that "enterprise IPTV" is a financial boon to sports franchises, teams and venues. Article

> A court ruled that Aereo did not infringe on copyrights claimed by over-the-air broadcasters CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox for its $8 a month hybrid broadcast and cloud-based digital video recorder service. Article

And finally … BT lists how to choose a public cloud storage provider. Post

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