EPON provisioning interop draws 10; IPTV subs to hit 100M by 2014

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> Ten industry suppliers were on hand to participate in a DOCSIS provisioning of EPON interoperability testing event sponsored by CableLabs. News release.

> IPTV subscriber numbers are expected to reach the 106 million mark by 2014 according to market researcher RNCOS. Story.

> Wireless broadband, satellite video and VoIP provider KeyOn Communications has acquired Nevada-based Wells Rural Electric Company. News release.

> Tyco Electronics (NYSE: TEL) is making its mark on recently acquired ADC by shifting mainstream production of electronic components from Shakopee, Minn. To Santa Teresa, N.M. and Juarez, Mexico. Story.

> Internet music site Pandora has added former News Corp. (Nasdaq: NWSA) President-COO Peter Chernin and former Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) CFO Barry McCarthy to its board of directors. Story.

And finally ... A $452 cable bill is steep for anyone, but especially high for an eight-year-old boy. Story.

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