Tellabs to present at Morgan Stanley conference; broadband over powerline languishes

Wireline news from across the Web:

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> Tellabs president & CEO Robert W. Pullen will speak at the Morgan Stanley Technology Conference on March 2. Details.

> Results of an EANTC AG (European Advanced Networking Test Center) interoperability test in which Telco Systems participated will be showcased at this week's MPLS & Ethernet World Congress in Paris. News release.

> Frontier Communications says it's happy about the FCC's move to reform the Universal Service Fund--particularly intercarrier compensation. News release.

> Deutsche Telekom is headed back into the cable space with plans to offer wholesale TV services to German housing corporations. Story.

> Crashing and freezing are two issues that vex consumers using intelligent devices like smartphones and computers, according to the Obvious Department of the Obvious--er, an Accenture survey, that is. News release.

And finally... With more emphasis on broadband than ever before, why is broadband over powerline technology still languishing? Story.

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