Terremark positioned in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for IaaS; Gamers want faster broadband speeds

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> Being online is so common that a lot of people don't even think about it as being online anymore. Article

> Terremark was positioned in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for its cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering. Release

> Dina Pule, South Africa's Minister of Communications, said that a revised strategy for Telkom South Africa could include possible wireline and wireless partners. Article

> Atlantic Tele-Network reported that Q3 2012 revenues were $188.8 million, down 3 percent year-over-year from $194.3 million in Q3 2011, but up 1.9 percent sequentially. Release

> Corning and Lightwave Magazine recognized Michel Parent for his FTTH deployment leadership. Release

Cable News         

> The Consumer Electronics Association is backing Aereo in its copyright battle against CBS, NBC, Fox and 14 other broadcasters. Article

> Cablevision and Tribune settled their retransmission-consent dispute. Article

Enterprise Communications News           

> Will Macs replace Windows-based PCs in the enterprise? Article

> CheckPoint, Palo Alto dominate the enterprise firewall market, says Gartner. Article


> Parks Associates sees IPTV more than doubling by 2017. Article

> Broadband Forum said that international IPTV is flourishing, but broadband growth has slowed. Article

Online Video News

> ABI Research: Online video is seen as multibillion-dollar threat to pay TV revenues. Article

> Hulu viewership declines in visitors and viewing hours. Article

And finally … The gaming industry is once again saying the lack of speedy broadband service is holding them back. Article

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