Links 11/8/2013: Comcast testing IP video service targeted to universities; Seamless, Box said to be planning IPOs

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Comcast Tests IP Video Service Targeted To Universities (Multichannel News)

Looks like Comcast is quietly pushing a 300 GB cap and overage charges (Gigaom)

Supremes Grant Aereo More Time to Respond to Broadcasters
Extends reply deadline to Dec. 12, but amicus briefs are still due Nov. 12
(Broadcasting & Cable)

EPAM Systems Reports Results for Third Quarter 2013 (Thomson One)
Revenue up 27% to $140 million for Newtown-based EPAM.

Universal Display blows past 3Q expectations (CNBC)
Shares up 25% on the day.

Seamless Eyeing IPO For 2014 (Business Insider)
Conshohocken-based SeventySix Capital was one of Seamless' early backers; Aramark acquired it and later spun it off to private equity firms.

Neat Cuts The Cord With The New NeatConnect Scanner (TechCrunch)

EXCLUSIVE-Hot tech start-up Box picks banks for '14 IPO -sources (Reuters via Fox Business)

Nine Questions for Andy Jassy, Head of Amazon Web Services (All Things D)

Three of the dumbest things you can do with clouds (David Linthicum/Gigaom)

SAP Targets SMEs with PartnerEdge (ASUG News)