Daily Links 11/9/2011: Comcast begins rollout of IPv6 network

SAP Pumps up Its In-memory, Mobile and Cloud Strategies (PC World)

Universal Display posts Q3 profit, shares rise (Reuters)

Comcast begins rollout of IPv6 production network (Network World)
Comcast Blog Post.

Comcast and the Multiscreen Play (Pipeline Magazine)

Lazarus: NBC Sports Network Changes Will Be 'Done Well, Not Fast'
NBC Sports Group Chairman Says Network Will Look To Build Trust With Viewers, Advertisers, Distributors
(Multichannel News)

The children are our future, and they’re not paying for TV (Gigaom)

Senate Debates Net Neutrality Regs
Sens. Hutchison and Rockefeller square off on joint resolution to nullify rules
(Broadcasting & Cable)

U.S. web sales grow 16% for QVC in Q3 (Internet Retailer)

Fan (Richmond) tech firm expands in NoVa, Philly (Richmond BizSense)

Unisys Strengthens Enterprise-Class Cloud Offerings with New Version of Secure Private Cloud Solution (PR Newswire)

SunGard Availability Services Announces Managed Recovery Program to Deliver Expert Management of Recovery Lifecycle (PR Newswire)

A more grown-up CRM for BusinessOne users (SAP Watch)

The Lawmakers Sponsoring a Very Facebook-Friendly Bill (The Atlantic Wire)
Toomey, Carper cite Wawa, W. L. Gore as possible beneficiaries.

Hey, Siri, send Jenn $5 (VentureBeat)
Venmo's app for Siri.

BioClinica Announces Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results (Business Wire)