ZTE partners with E-Plus Group; AT&T to offer U-verse in Hattiesburg, Miss.

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> ZTE Corp. has broadened its partnership with the E-Plus Group where it will over time take over the operations and maintenance of the E-Plus network. Release

> Three mistakes all enterprises should avoid in migrating to the cloud. Article

Cable News

> Comcast has developed technology that could use table lamps and other lights in a subscriber's living room to deliver special effects to enhance TV shows and movies watched by its cable subscribers. Article

> Vancouver-based Internet provider OneGigabit announced it will offer 1 Gbps speeds to its customers in the Greater Vancouver Regional District for $45 to $65 monthly. Article

IPTV News

> AT&T has been cleared to begin installing fiber optic cables and the necessary equipment needed to deliver U-verse and compete with Comcast in Hattiesburg, Miss., despite protests by the city's Cable Advisory Board. Article

And finally … The U.S. is creating a new cable monopoly, and only now is the mainstream press taking notice. Article

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