Bell expands mobile TV; Arris launches converged router

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> Bell expanded its mobile TV lineup with the addition of City and Sportsnet channels. Article

> Arris said its E6000 Converged Edge Router is now available. The E6000 lets operators converge high-speed data, voice and video from a single connector. Release

Telecom News

> Bell Aliant is investing $12.5 million to serve 20,000 premises with its fiber to the home (FTTH)-based FibreOP service in North Bay, Ontario. Article

Report: Despite an economy that continues to be challenging, the telecom and datacom equipment and software market has held steady worldwide. In 2010, it grew 19 percent; in 2011 it saw 7 percent growth; and in 2012 it held steady at $172 billion. Article

Wireless News

> Google CEO Larry Page said he's "really excited" about Motorola Mobility's forthcoming Moto X smartphone and other mobile products, but he batted away speculation that Google will spend half a billion dollars to market the new gadget. Article

> AT&T Mobility is taking direct aim at the heart of Verizon Wireless with a new advertisement claiming it has the nation's fastest and most reliable LTE network. Article

And finally... What happens when TV becomes something other than just TV? Article

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