Opperman joins NCSA; NPD says Apple's iTunes leads online VOD market

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> Jay Opperman, Comcast Cable's executive director of security and privacy, has joined the National Cyber Security Alliance's Board of Directors. Release

> NPD Group reports that Apple's iTunes is drawing the biggest chunk of the online video on demand market. Report

> In honor of this weekend's Super Bowl, Nielsen put together a clever infographic showing the different screens viewers use to watch the game. In 2012, 111.3 million people watched it on TV. Infographic


> Time Warner Cable is plotting an all-IP future. Article

Online Video News

> A pair of research reports from NPD and The Diffusion Group look at the current and future consumption of online video. Article

Telecom News

> Bob Metcalfe, inventor of Ethernet, is plotting what Carrier Ethernet 3.0 will look like. Article

> FairPoint Communications completed the sale of its Idaho-based properties to Blackfoot Telecommunications. Article

> Tellabs reported Q4 2012 revenue was $242 million, down from $317 million year-over-year, prompting it to lay off another 300 employees and discontinue its 9200 product line. Article

And finally… Silicon Valley is No. 1 in innovation based upon its output of patents per employee--in 2012, it produced 12.57 patents per employee. Article

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