> Google's newest network inventory partner is for its TV Ads business is Verizon FiOS, Forbes reports, with the search engine giant's ROI-focused ads appearing on televisions in about 35 million households starting next year. Story.
> U.K. chip designer Imagination Technologies will buy U.S. video and VoIP company HelloSoft for up to $47 million, reports TotalTelecom. The company will pay $20.2 million up front and another $26.9 million depending on HelloSoft's performance over the next three years. Story.
> The outlook is still a bit cloudy for cloud computing, according to a survey by Quest Software, which found that 40 percent of companies responding have no plans to adopt cloud services. Story.
> Networking products provider Graybar saw an 11 percent increase in net sales for the third quarter compared to the same period last year, a better than expected performance. News release.
> Hughes Brazil has signed a contract with PrimeNet worth $13 million over the next 60 months. PrimeNet will resell Hughes satellite services and anticipates 1,000 new business customers by March 2011. News release.
And finally... Net neutrality ain't happening in the U.K., the Telegraph reports, where communications minister Ed Vaizey has approved a plan allowing Internet providers to favor delivery of some content over other traffic. Story.