Facebook uses open air cooling at its N.C. data center; Verizon cancels Morgan Stanley appearance

Wireline news from across the web:

@FierceTelecom RT @gigaom: Facebook uses open air cooling at its N.C. data center. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Verizon canceled its appearance at the Morgan Stanley 12th Annual Technology, Media & Telecom Conference due to the European Trade Union Confederation strike impacting air travel in Spain. Release

> Russia's MegaFon delayed the launch of its IPTV service after deciding to switch from Netris to BCC as its new middleware supplier. Article

> The Ethernet Alliance hosted a successful terafabric plugfest at the University of New Hampshire's Interoperability Lab. Release

Cable News
> Frontier thinks that the best way to lure subscribers away from cable will be to offer them a $500 Apple gift card. Article

> Time Warner Cable is leveraging upcoming Justin Bieber, Madonna, One Direction concerts at Madison Square Garden to market its "Enjoy Better" brand. Article

Enterprise Communications News
> Voxbone will provide Aculab DID numbers for its cloud-based platform, which enables developers to create on-demand automated telephony applications that make, receive and interact with calls. Article

> Netlinx said that the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy had the side benefit of increasing demand for VoIP services. Article

IPTV News
> TalkTalk shows that aggressive marketing can pay off as the service provider reported that is now adding about 1,000 TV customers daily. Article

Online Video News
> Luxury car brands are shifting gears by moving their advertisements to online video. Article

> A new Martini Media study revealed that 94 percent more luxury auto makers used online video this year to attract affluent customers to purchase their vehicles. Article

And finally … The FBI uncovered the affair CIA Director and former Afghanistan war commander David Petraeus had with his biographer, Paula Broadwell by tracking their Gmail accounts. Article

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