Vonage reports $21 million net income in Q1; Bandwidth caps could be a hurdle to cloud-based storage services

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> Vonage reports $21 million in net income and adds 3,345 new subscribers as of the end of March, bringing its subscriber total to about 2.4 million. Article

> Cloud computing services like online storage could hit a wall if they exceed a service provider's bandwidth cap. Article

> Mobile operator 3 Ireland has awarded BT Ireland a $56 million contract to provide 100 Mbps wireless backhaul services to 1,200 cell sites. Article

> Cincinnati Bell elects Alan Schriber to its board of directors. Release

> The state of Delaware employs Verizon for unified communications and other services to support state government and its school districts. Release

> Hurricane Electric has responded to its customer's needs for IPv6-related has established a point of presence at the Equinix Paris Exchange. Release

And finally ... Unless you're a cutting edge broadband user, it will be quite a while before you'll need an IPv6-capable equipment on your home network. Article

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