Cox installs fuel cells in San Diego; Nortel's corporate network was haven for hackers

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> Verizon invested over $300 million in its Texas wireline network and IT infrastructure in 2011. Release

> Cox installed five fuel cells in San Diego as part of a broader effort by its parent company Cox Enterprises to cut energy costs. Article

> AFORE Solutions, a provider of cloud security and management solutions, will participate in the Cloud Commons ecosystem sponsored by CA Technologies. Release

> Telx has made two key appointments to its management team: Joe Weinman as senior vice president, cloud services and strategy; and Ron Sterbenz as vice president of marketing. Release

> IneoQuest has been selected by Stratecast, a Frost & Sullivan unit, for their "Global OSS/BSS 10 to Watch in 2012" report. Release

> Nortel's corporate computer system, an investigation reveals, was infiltrated by hackers for almost a decade. Article

And finally ... A number of auto manufacturers are beginning to add technologies into their cars that can check Facebook and post updates on Twitter. Article

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