tw telecom to release Q1 earnings on May 2; Warwick Valley Telephone looks for new revenue sources

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@FierceTelecom RT @CiscoSecurity: Hackers pose as security researchers to trick Tibetan activists into infecting their computers with malware. Article | [email protected]FierceTelecom

> tw telecom will release its Q1 2012 earnings results in a conference call on May 2. Release

> OKI brings its GE-PON last mile Fiber to the Home system to Tanah Datar, Indonesia's first municipality to build a GE-PON network. Article

> KPN appoints JPMorgan to help them sell BASE, its Belgian subsidiary, reports Dow Jones Newswires. Article

> Nigeria's plan to liquidate the country's incumbent service provider NITEL has been delayed. Article  

And finally ... Warwick Valley Telephone turns its attention to new profitable services such as cloud as its traditional wireline phone subscriber base continues to decline. Article

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