Verizon's Price for Life DSL plan is riddled with issues; 802.11n-capable devices to grow 465% through 2015

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> Users find that Verizon's 'Price For Life' DSL plan isn't all that it's cracked up to be. Article

> North State Communications, a service provider serving the North Carolina's Piedmont Triad region, is leveraging Cisco's ASR router as its Carrier Ethernet solution as a foundation to deliver new services such as TV and Ethernet to its consumer and business customer base. Release

> Overture Networks' ISG 400 and UTS 4000 products won TMC's 2010 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award. Release

> KCom, a UK-based service provider, will overbuild its copper network in the Hull and East Yorkshire area with fiber to provider higher broadband speeds. Article

> ChinaTel Group has changed its name to VelaTel Global Communications, Inc. Release

And finally ... A new In-Stat report forecasts that 802.11n will continue to be the dominant wireless LAN technology with device support growing 465 percent through 2015. Article

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