PS3 launches MLB.TV with more features; Elemental partners with RadiantGrid for PBS project

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> Just in time for Major League Baseball's Opening Day, Sony's PlayStation has launched the latest version of MLB.TV for PS3 on PlayStation Network. PlayStation has introduced enhanced features, new functionality, and live streaming of every 2011 regular season game in HD. Article

> Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has rolled out a cloud-based data storage service that will give users 5GB of storage for music for free, which can grow to 20GB if a user purchases an album from it's MP3 store. Article

> Zhone Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZHNE) announced Colba.Net Telecom Inc. (CNSX:CB), one of the largest internet service providers in Quebec, has started the deployment of Zhone's MXK multi-service access node (MSAN) system through its subsidiary Colba.Net Inc. to enable Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL2+) and Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) services for local residences and businesses. Release

> Elemental Technologies and RadiantGrid announced PBS will use Elemental Server video processing technology with RadiantGrid's media delivery platform to support PBS' Next Generation Interconnection System non-real-time broadcast video file delivery project. Release

> Adap.tv announced it has closed $20 million in financing led by Bessemer Venture Partners. Release

> Net Insight has received an expansion order for a National Terrestrial Digital TV Platform in South America, winning the order in partnership with a local partner in South America. The order value exceeds SEK 4 million. Net Insight's Nimbra platform was selected for the national distribution project. Release

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