Daily Links 7/24/2012: Comcast intros 305 Meg broadband, doubles speeds for two tiers

SAP Backs Full-Year Forecast After Profit Rises (Dow Jones Newswires via Fox Business)

SAP Overtakes Siemens as Germany’s Most Valuable Company (Bloomberg)

SAP defying gravity. Who'da thought that? (Dennis Howlett/ZDNet Blogs)

Comcast Debuts 305-Meg Internet, Doubles Speeds For Two Broadband Tiers
MSO Launches 'Xfinity Platinum' to Take Fastest-Internet Claim From Verizon FiOS
(Multichannel News)
Available to subscribers in Philadelphia region. Also doubling the speeds for current customers of its 25 and 50 Megabit per second services for no additional cost.

How Big Cable killed the open set-top box—and what to do about it
Researcher argues the FCC's set-top box strategy is doomed to failure.
(Ars Technica)

Verizon and Redbox Start Testing Their New Web Video Service: Here’s What to Expect (Peter Kafka/All Things)

Netflix Hits Its Q2 Numbers, A Little Light on Subscribers (Peter Kafka/All Things D)

Group M Next Taps Pinterest Analytics Company Curalate (Ad Age)

Project Liberty incubator names three new tenants (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Universal Display Purchases Fujifilm’s Worldwide OLED Patent Portfolio for $105 Million (Business Wire)

Unisys Announces Second-Quarter 2012 Financial Results (PR Newswire)
Turns a decent profit.

Ametek raises FY profit forecast, sees more acquisitions (Reuters)

Lockheed raises 2012 guidance as second quarter net tops view (Reuters)