Liberty increases stake in Ziggo; AT&T launches more Digital Life markets

Quick news from around the Web.

> Liberty Global increased its stake in Dutch cable operator Ziggo to 28.5 percent. Article

> AT&T announced beginning today it will launch Digital Life in San Diego along with five other markets: Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, San Jose and Tampa. Release

> SeaChange will demonstrate its Nitro subscriber experience software at the Independent Show this week.  The software helps small and mid-sized cable television service providers launch multi-screen offerings that blend with over-the-top content. Release

Telecom News

> Arctic Fibre will begin physical landing site surveys to bring its 40G broadband submarine cable into eight sites in northern Canada starting in mid-August. Article

> Infinera credited increased acceptance of the DTN-X platform for boosting revenues from the first quarter's $124.6 million to $138.4 million in the second quarter. Article

And finally… A new study says that full moons can wreak havoc on your sleep. Article

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