Daily Links 7/19/2011: InterDigital to seek acquisition offers or sale of some IP assets

LLR Partners and NewSpring Capital Invest in Quintiq, Supporting its Continued Drive for Market Leadership (PR Newswire)

Quintiq raises capital from LLR, NewSpring (Philly.com: Philly Inc)
Says new investors' stake is 48%.

InterDigital Exploring Potential Strategic Alternatives (Business Wire)
InterDigital up 24% so far today on the news.

InterDigital explores ways to sell patents or company (Reuters)

Celtics-CSNNE deal includes an equity stake (Boston Globe)

Yahoo Would Buy Hulu For $2 Billion – But Only If It Came With Four Years Of Exclusive Rights (Silicon Alley Insider)

Oh no he didn’t: AT&T’s CEO calls DSL obsolete (Gigaom)

Cable Calls for Backup (Light Reading Cable)
Backup system co-developed by and tested at SCTE headquarters in Exton.

Comcast partners with ColoHouse for Fla. disaster recovery (CED

Battelle Places Order with Instem for Provantis Preclinical and submit-SEND Software Solutions
Instem Solutions to Automate Full Range of R&D Processes
(Business Wire)

Greenlink Changing the Daily Deal Market with New Social Couponing Product (Business Wire)

Winshuttle acquires Calif. software company ShareVis (TechFlash)

How SAP Business ByDesign fits into the SaaS ERP landscape (SearchSAP.com)

SunGard Availability Services Announces Expansion into India (PR Newswire)

Texting While Walking Could Get You Fined in Philly (PC World)
Apparently, the story is not accurate; there will be no citations or fines for texting while walking, the Nutter Administration says.