Verizon Enterprise Solutions gives program members access to enterprise accounts; SFR offers DSL, FTTH subs a new mobile movie download service

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> Verizon Enterprise Solutions is giving its Verizon Partners Program members in the U.S. access to enterprise accounts that were previously protected. Article

> QTS and CyrusOne have joined the Second Annual Washington, D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit to be held in September. Release

> SFR has introduced a service for DSL and fiber-based broadband customers that allows them to rent and download films, TV shows and cartoons from VoD to view on tablets or smartphones via its new SFR TV app. Article (sub. req.)

> The Open Networking User Group (ONUG) Board of Directors published the "Open Networking Challenges and Opportunities" white paper detailing user frustration with vendor lock-in and the slow pace of vendor changes. Release

Cable News
> The number of TV homes worldwide paying for IPTV services will more than double from the 90 million recorded at the end of 2013 to around 191.2 million by 2020, according to a new report issued by Digital TV Research. Article

> Comcast and TiVo are working on a new two-way solution that would enable the pay TV service's subscribers to access the full range of their Xfinity service on a TiVo set-top box purchased at retail, all without a CableCARD. Article

Wireless News
> Intel's mobile business continued to bleed cash and its wireless-related revenue declined significantly in the second quarter even as the company as a whole reported strong earnings for the period. Article

> Apple's new enterprise mobility partnership with IBM could put more pressure on BlackBerry and Microsoft as well as Google and OEMs that use Google's Android software, according to industry analysts. Article

And finally… New mathematical equations can make Internet communication via any device many times faster and more secure than today, according to research conducted by Aalborg University in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Article