Daily Links 4/14/2011: Invidi Banks $49 Million Round With DirecTV Investment

Finally, 100 Mbps Everywhere (If You Have Comcast) (Gigaom)

Comcast: 105 Mbps Now Reaches 40 Million
Highlighting Uselessness of FCC 100Mbps to 100 Million Goal
(Broadband Reports)

Seeking to narrow the definitions of 'broadband' (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Invidi Banks $49 Million Round With DirecTV Investment
Other Investors in Addressable TV Ad Tech Company Include Google, GroupM, Motorola (and Comcast, via NBC)
(Multichannel News)
Total investment now up to $111.5 million. Invidi, now based in New York, started out in Princton, and still has operations there.

Verizon FiOS TV 1.9 software update adds an HD guide, DVR enhancements (Engadget)

Is the economic rebound leading to SAP spending? (SearchSAP.com)

Oracle integrates its PeopleSoft Enterprise with Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio (Computer Business Review)
Oracle acquired Bala Cynwyd-based Primavera in 2008.

Friendly for apps
Local firm doesn't do apps, but it provides the software that makes apps easier.
(Lancaster Sunday News)
On Lancaster-based appMobi.

Empathy Lab Selected to Redesign the Digital Experience at the American Red Cross (PR Web)

Startup Weekend comes to Baltimore: this weekend (Baltimore Sun: BaltTech)