Daily Links 2/21/2012: Comcast intros Netflix-like service: available to Comcast video subscribers only

Rendell's silence lasts all of 2 days (Philadelphia Daily News)

Comcast launching new subscription VOD service
Streampix in the mold of Netflix business

Comcast launching Netflix-like streaming service (LA Times: Company Town)

Magic Johnson, P. Diddy To Gain Comcast Channel Berths
Aspire, Revolt Are First Two New Multicultural Nets to be Offered by MSO under NBCU Merger Mandate
(Multichannel News)

Verizon expands its push for younger, tech-oriented FiOS subscribers (FierceIPTV)

Cisco: Downplays Rumors It Will Sell Set-Top Box Unit (Eric Savitz/Forbes)

QlikTech Reveals Pricing for its QlikView Business Discovery Platform (Business Wire)

Is The Cloud Finally Catching Up With Mighty Oracle? (Victoria Barrett/Forbes)

Massive Air Force ERP Software Project Still Struggling (PC World)

Transcend United Technologies Continues to Scale Rapidly Growing Footprint by Acquiring Platinum Avaya Partner Relational Technology Solutions (PR Newswire)

Alteva Partners With Parallels to Provide Hosted VoIP Services to Cloud Services Customers (Marketwire)

ING and Capital One: Is a Culture Clash Inevitable (Time: Moneyland)


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