News In Brief: KPN, Sprint, Broadcom, Tekelec, Interoute

Netherlands telco KPN is cracking down on fraud with a detection system from Experian that allows it to check for false details or subscriber impersonation.
 
Sprint is the first carrier to deploy Google’s Voice service, replacing its legacy voicemail and allowing mobile calls to be routed to fixed line phones or a PC.
 
Chipmaker Broadcom hopes to tap the home video games market by embedding a 3DiJoy Technologies motion sensor in one of its set-top boxes.
 
Network management firm Tekelec claims a new M2M service enabler is the first of its kind to integrate full mobile device management in real time.
 
European fiber operator Interoute has pledged to deliver an official IPv6 VoIP network to the region in conjunction with IP infrastructure provider Genband.

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