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Verizon Communications CEO Ivan Seidenberg said Monday that consumers are already clamoring for the company's high-speed Fios service, which is based on a fiber-to-the-home network. Consumers have been adopting the service--where it's available--faster than any other new service Verizon has introduced, Seidenberg said.
Glenn Britt, CEO of Time Warner Cable, warned Monday against government overregulation of the cable industry. He also said that phone companies and cable operators should be treated equally when it comes to regulatory policy.
Norio Wada, CEO of NTT, the largest telecommunications provider in Japan, speaks Monday about the strong consumer demand for his company's new 3G wireless and fiber-to-the-home broadband services. But he also voiced concerns about the adequacy of current digital rights management technology.