TSIC, Angola Cables strike IP transit agreement; AT&T Partner Exchange plans to integrate portal with Salesforce.com

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> TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) and Angola Cables announced an IP transit agreement that will enhance regional connectivity to TSIC's customer base along the West African coast using Angola Cables' significant submarine cable assets. Release

> AT&T Partner Exchange announced that it plans to integrate its partner portal with Salesforce.com. Article

> Greece's Hellenic Telecommunications Organization (OTE) has expanded the availability of its VDSL network with speeds up to 50 Mbps to an additional 105,000 homes and businesses, bringing total coverage to over 1.3 million premises. Article

Cable News
> Pay-TV remains the biggest segment on the overall consumer video services market, but it's masking an incendiary spending rise for SVOD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video. Article

> Seeming to further distance itself from a program renewal deal with Viacom, Suddenlink has signed yet another carriage agreement with a smaller programming network, putting Sony Movie Channel on its program guide. Article

Online Video News
> Over-the-top providers are apparently taking into their own hands the growth of online video advertising, with Ooyala as the latest to acquire an advertising services platform. Article

Wireless News
> Trumpeting its new offering as providing a significant value over rivals Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility, Sprint announced it will offer 1 GB of shared data for $20. The carrier previously offered 600 MB of shared data at that price. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday met in Beijing with Ma Kai, China's vice premier, according to Chinese state news agency Xinhua, and "exchanged views on protection of users' information." Article

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