Links del 11 febbraio 2011

Fibra ottica, una questione di sviluppo

Aumenta il numero degli edifici cablati in Europa. Merito soprattutto dell’impegno delle economie emergenti

La svolta della Società della rete, la Cassa depositi sarà il primo azionista

II progetto prevede la costruzione di un’infrastruttura passiva del costo di 8,3 miliardi di euro per portare la fibra «spenta» fino-agli appartamenti (con il modello Ftth, fiber to the home) di metà della popolazione italiana, da Nord a Sud, entro l’anno 2020.

Nokia and Microsoft to Build Rival to Google’s Android

Nokia and Microsoft have teamed up to take on Google and Apple in the fast-growing smartphone market as the Finnish cellphone maker attempts to regain its leading position in the sector.

Twitter as Tech Bubble Barometer

As Internet valuations climb and bankers and would-be buyers circle Silicon Valley in an increasingly frothy tech market, many eyes are on one particularly desirable, if still enigmatic, target: Twitter. Discussions with at least some potential suitors have produced an estimated valuation of $8 billion to $10 billion.

Why Berlusconi Will Probably Avoid Jail Time

“According the World Bank, it takes on average 1,210 days — more than three years — to resolve a commercial dispute in Italy, compared with 331 days in France and 394 in Germany”

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