Daily Links 1/26/2012: SAP says its HANA in-memory database will be able to run ERP by 4th quarter of 2012

SAP's HANA In-memory Database Will Gain Ability to Run ERP This Year (PC World)

The Guy That Created SAP's Hottest Product Ever Thinks It Will Squash Oracle Like A Bug (Silicon Alley Insider: Enterprise)

Steve Case: Washington is No Also-Ran (PE Hub)

Motorola Mobility's Larry Robinson on the move to video gateways over DVRs (FierceCable)

Motorola Mobility Announces Fourth Quarter and Full-Year Financial Results (Press Realease)
Home business revenue for 4th Quarter down 11% from prior year.

Guidewire lights up Wall Street (San Mateo Daily Journal)

When Metadata Comes to Twitter (PC World)
On filtering out Chris Lehmann's (head of Philly's Science Leadership Academy) sports tweets.

Quality Systems, Inc. Reports Record Fiscal 2012 Third Quarter Results (Business Wire)
Revenue up 23%, net income up 20%. Quality Systems' primary business is NextGen Healthcare of Horsham.

TW Cable Sheds Video Subs, Gains in Broadband (Light Reading Cable)

AT&T Punches Up TV, Recedes On Wireline Broadband In Q4
Telco Completes U-verse Buildout At 30 Million Households
(Multichannel News)

Cable Supplier Pulls a Gold Brick From the Wall (Philadelphia Inquirer)

FCC Enforcement Bureau Says Comcast's Tennis Channel Order Is In Effect
Cable Operator Should Be Required to Comply Immediately with ALJ's Decision on Carriage
(Multichannel News)

Fab.com gears up for huge expansions: open doors, new shops, international ops (VentureBeat)
Sounds great, but is Fab.com immune from some of the problems hitting other flash sales sites? First Round Capital was an early backer.


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