tw telecom leads competitive Ethernet market; Cloud computing to be a $20B industry by 2016

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> 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE), according to Crehan Research, has returned to strong growth, posting double-digit increases in both revenues and shipments for the second quarter of 2013. Release

> tw telecom, as reported by Vertical Systems Group in its latest Ethernet Leaderboard, continues to lead the competitive provider segment that delivers Ethernet services. Release

Cable News

> Time Warner Cable will offer a free preview of Tennis Channel to subscribers in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas who may not be able to watch CBS's coverage of the U.S. Open tennis championship. Article

> Walt Disney Co. plans to cut 175 jobs at Disney/ABC Television group. Article


> There's still plenty of money to be made from pay TV services and IPTV is on the upswing, according to research released this week by iDate and Futuresource Consulting. Article

Online Video News

> The NFL Sunday Ticket package of out-of-market games has reportedly caught the interest of Google and its YouTube online video site. Article

Wireless News

> With a finalized agreement from Verizon Wireless, Transit Wireless has now signed all four Tier 1 U.S. mobile operators to its New York City subway distributed antenna system. Article

> The FCC and Industry Canada inked three interim spectrum-sharing arrangements along the U.S.-Canada border. Article

And finally … Cloud computing will become a $20B industry by 2016. Article

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