Volubill, Sandvine team on policy management solution; AT&T facilities go green

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Next-gen test and service assurance company EXFO says it will present the highest number of papers at next week's OFC/NFOEC technical conference. News release.

> Volubill and Sandvine are teaming to offer a pre-integrated, real time policy management and enforcement engine for CSPs. News release.

> Multiscreen entertainment services will get a closer look at the IP&TV World Forum in London, March 22-24. News release.

> Nokia Siemens Networks will increase network capacity for Brazil's Copel as it constructs a 3,000-km fiber optic network. Story.

> Power & Tel will supply materials to Merit Network for Merit's round 1 broadband stimulus project. News release.

> Level 3 Financing will offer $300 million in senior notes slated to mature in 2019, and will use the proceeds to redeem a portion of its outstanding senior notes due in 2014. News release.

And finally... AT&T  points out the energy kick it went on in 2010, implementing 4,200 energy efficiency projects across its facilities that resulted in annualized savings of $44 million. News release.

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