Daily Links 11/10/2011: Comcast CFO Michael Angelakis: "We have no desire to own a wireless network".
Is SAP finally getting its money's worth from Sybase? (Computer Weekly Development Network)
Cisco's Chambers: 'We Got Very Lucky That Motorola Got Purchased By Google'
CEO Reiterates Commitment to Cable Set-Top Market (Multichannel News)
Senate Declines To Vote On Net Neutrality-Blocking Maneuver (Multichannel News)
Comcast CFO: No plans to go outside footprint with video (SNL Blog)
There is no way the major cable companies would ever invade each other's footprint, at least not in the forseeable future, in my view.
CFO Michael Angelakis also said, "We have no desire to own a wireless network."
Adaptly, A 23-Year-Old's Fast Growing Startup, Hires A Googler To Take On Europe (Silicon Alley Insider)
Adaptly, now based in New York, was in DreamIt Ventures' 2010 Philadelphia class, and raised $2.7 million in VC funding led by First Round Capital. Paul Turner, former Head of EMEA for Invite Media (backed by First Round and acquired by Google), has joined Adaptly in the same role.
Quepasa and myYearbook Announce Completion of Merger (Marketwire)
WVT Communications Group Reports Third Quarter 2011 Financial Results (Marketwire)
First earnings report reflecting inclusion of Alteva results for part of quarter.
SunGard Availability Services and University of Texas at Austin Partner to Create Cloud Computing Research Center (PR Newswire)
PayChoice Moves to a Private Cloud Infrastructure That Delivers Performance, Advanced Business Continuity Capabilities, and Anytime, Anywhere Accessibility (Business Wire)
Ben Franklin (Northeastern Pennsylvania) announces investments in area companies (Allentown Morning Call)
Rx For Growth: Havas Forms Strategic Alliance With China's MedMed (MediaPost: Media Daily News)
Google teams up with Startup Weekend, provides trainings on Google technology (VentureBeat)
Google planning Bootcamps, but none scheduled for Philly yet.
The time for healthcare tech startups is now (Gigaom)