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Level 3 to buy Global Crossing

In a further consolidation of the global telecoms and content delivery network markets, international provider of fibre-based communications services. Level 3 Communications, and global IP, Ethernet, data centre and video…

FCC net neutrality rules overturned

As anticipated, the US House of Representatives has voted to overturn the so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules designed to create an open Internet. A clash with the Senate and President Obama…

Ka-Sat wins first order

Eutelsat used the opening day of Washington Satellite 2011 to confirm a three-year order for capacity on its giant Ka-Sat craft. The deal is with Germany’s Sat Internet Services which…

ISPs reveal traffic management policies

The UK’s major ISPs are to reveal how and why they slow down user connections to maintain their network performance in order to “help customers understand why they need to…

Studios lose iiNet appeal

A group of 34 movie studios has lost its appeal against an Australian Federal Court judgment involving Internet Service Provider iiNet. A 2010 ruling found it was impossible to hold…

Vodafone launches Webbox

Vodafone launches Webbox

Vodafone has launched the Vodafone Webbox, a device aimed at bringing affordable Internet access to a customer’s existing television set, just by plugging in a keyboard. The Webbox is a…

Foxtel for Telstra’s T-Box

Customers of Australian telco Telstra’s IPTV service will soon be able to enjoy Foxtel channels via their Telstra T-Box following the signing of an agreement between the two companies. The…

thePlatform reaches for the SKY

White-label video management and publishing company thePlatform has been selected by New Zealand pay-TV operator SKY Television to provide the back-end video management for the iSKY online TV service. The…

Netflix ranks broadband delivery

Cable operators — led by Charter Communications — delivered superior performance for the Netflix movie streaming compared with telcos over the last three and a half months, according to the…

YouView delay?

YouView delay?

BT’S pay-TV ambitions have been dealt a blow with the delay of a new and potentially ground-breaking service to bring VOD to Freeview. The launch of the YouView service will…