tw telecom establishes connection at CoreLink's Phoenix data center; Canada's CRTC believes UBB is competition issue

Wireline news from across the Web:

> tw telecom will connect its national fiber network to CoreLink's Phoenix data center. Release

> New York Mayor Bloomberg declares he'll create an engineering campus that will rival California's Silicon Valley. Article

> Rupert Murdoch testified to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee in the House of Commons in central London that he had no knowledge of phone-hacking and payments made to police at his News of the World tabloid. Article

> ZTE will work with other global telecom players to create 10 international innovation centers in Europe and South America and establish additional innovation centers in China through partnerships with the nation's largest telecommunications operators. Release

> The Moroccan government will sell a 7 percent piece of Maroc Telecom. Article

> Cortina has appointed Ex-NVIDIA Executive Michael Hara as its new VP of Investor Relations and Communications. Release

And finally ... Canada's CRTC believes incumbent service providers' usage-based billing (UBB) fight is related to a lack of competition, not network congestion. Article

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