WiFi Alliance thinks 'Super WiFi' term is confusing; Akamai previews Internet report

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> WiFi Alliance believes the use of the terms "Super WiFi" or "Next Generation WiFi" for television white spaces implementations will lead to user confusion. Release

> Bermuda Telephone Company (BTC) has introduced its Cisco-based fiber Metro Ethernet network in the city of Hamilton. Article

> CommScope demonstrated a 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GE) data transmission over off-the-shelf multimode fiber optic cabling at a length of 430 meters. Release

> Poland's Telefonia Dialog introduced an IPTV service that allows customers to select programs from a range of categories and browse the Web, as well as access the services from multiple rooms. Article

> Cbeyond will present at ITEXPO East 2012, held Jan. 31-Feb. 3 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, on topics related to cloud services. Release

> Fujitsu reduced its full-year profit forecast by 42 percent. Article

And finally ... Akamai gave a sneak peek of its State of the Internet report for the third quarter of 2011, revealing that U.S. broadband penetration is over 80 percent. Article

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