ALSO NOTED: Latens teams with Simac, deploys for Alcom; Redback unveils newest policy manager; and much more...

> It's been a busy week for IPTV security software developer Latens: a partnership with Simac and a deal with Alands Alcom IPTV service. Release

> Redback launches its second generation of the NetOp Policy Manager, which aims to help ISPs launch IP services like IPTV. Article

> Korea takes a stand on IPTV standards in that country. Article

> IPTV picked as one of Deloitte's top 10 trends for Canada in 2006. Article

> Tut Systems wins $3 million bid to supply its MPEG-4 AVC to Iowa Networks services. (I double-checked and it has no relation to Iowa Public TV.) Release 

And Finally... AT&T sued over NSA wiretapping. Article

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