Wegener posts 2Q loss; Teradata wins Charter deal

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> Digital video and audio vendor Wegener lost $971,000 in second quarter revenues compared to a gain of $2.4 million a year ago as "bookings and revenue opportunities that were expected ... were delayed for a variety of reasons," the company announced. News release.

> Teradata, which continues to knock on the cable door with its data warehouse appliance, has been welcomed in by Charter Communications. News release.

> Aceller is pushing a "solution," (again, where's the problem?) for utilities to "take a share in the revenue of other move services" by walking customers through sign-up processes for cable, high-speed Internet and phone services. News release.

> It's not exactly sea-to-shining-sea, but the Supreme Council of Information and Communication Technology of Qatar has backed a national broadband network to provider fiber to 95 percent of the citizenry by 2015. Story.

> Two rural New York State companies, SLIC Network Solutions and ION HoldCo, claim that National Grid is trying to thwart their broadband goals by boosting fees to connect to utility poles. Story.

And finally ... if you've just paid your last-minute taxes, consider this: CBS CEO Les Moonves raked in $57.7 million in salary and bonuses in 2010. Story.

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