USTelecom: More households use wireless for voice; 60 percent of UK businesses hungry for growth

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> Intel is addressing the need for data center and telecom network transformation with new reference architectures. Release

> A USTelecom report reveals that more households now use wireless only than those that use an incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC) phone service. Article

> 60 percent of small to medium enterprises in the UK are hungry for growth, with 10 percent placing growth as their strategic priority. White paper (reg. req.)

Cable News

> Cox, A&E Networks, Comcast and Time Warner Cable will receive Vanguard Awards at The Cable Show convention in June. Article

> SES teamed up with Harmonic and Broadcom Corp. to demonstrate the first transmission of Ultra HD video using the new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard. Article


> Verizon's Q1 2013 wireline revenues rose 15.1 percent year-over-year to $2.6 billion on strong FiOS broadband and video gains. Article

And finally … Investors, telcos, and cable operators don't know what to make of Google Fiber. Article

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