Vodafone gets extension on CWW bid; 6 myths about SIP

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> i3 Africa and Imphandze have received support from the Chinese and South African governments to move forward with their proposed 34,000km submarine cable linking the BRICS countries--Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa--to the US. Article

> Vodafone gets another four days to decide whether to make an offer for Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW); rival Tata dropped out of the bidding process Wednesday. Article

> Telstra said in its capital management strategy that it plans to return excess capital through dividends, but won't be able to raise the dividend until 2014. Article

> Cbeyond provides a package of cloud PBX, enterprise-grade network and virtual server solutions to help Community Management Associates improve their communication and data management efficiency. Release

And finally ... Talking Pointz' Dave Michels dispels six myths about SIP. Post

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