U.S. threatens China with trade action following cyberattacks; Current Analysis teams with Layer123

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> The United States has threatened China and other countries with trade and diplomatic action following a spate of cyberattacks on American companies. Article (sub. req.)

> Current Analysis has teamed up with Layer123 to launch Enterprise SDN Forum at the SDN World Congress. Release

> CLEC leaders from FiberLight, Integra Telecom, Sidera and Zayo Group weighed in on metro market opportunities and threats during this week's Metro Connect 2013 event. Article

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> Synacor, a vendor that's been focusing on TV Everywhere technology, posted $32.2 million in Q4 2012 revenue, up 11 percent year-over-year. Article

> A gas explosion in Kansas City, Mo., killed a restaurant worker and injured 15 people after a Time Warner Cable contractor hit a natural gas line while installing new fiber cable. Article

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> CTIA and the Competitive Carrier Association have entered a partnership to offer attendees of both their annual trade shows in 2014 access to each others' events next September. Article

And finally… A number of Canadian service providers, including Rogers and Bell Canada, are offering unlimited broadband promotions for an extra $10 to $30 per month. Article

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