Occam schedules 2Q 2010 results for July 29; AT&T promotes The Prince's Trust during British Grand Prix

> Occam Networks will report its second quarter earnings results on July 29, after the market closes, and will host a conference call at 5:00 p.m. EDT. News release.

> The logo of UK youth charity The Prince's Trust will be displayed on the headrest of AT&T Williams race cars during the British Grand Prix this weekend, to raise awareness of the charity. AT&T provides IP-based communications capabilities to the AT&T Williams racing team. News release.

> Orange Business Services is trialing Telepresence Community, a B2B solution that provides access to Cisco's 800 Telepresence rooms and enables connections between other operators' networks. The kicker? Use of the community is free during the trial, a bonus Orange hopes will encourage "immediate adoption." News release.

> The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency will swap out its old Nortel-equipped call center for a ShoreTel Unified Communications and Contact Center. Transcend United will do the install. News release.

> CDN specialist Highwinds has acquired BandCon, an Internet infrastructure provider. See FierceOnlineVideo's coverage and interview with CEO Steve Miller and new President Steve Liddell here.

And finally... Verizon FiOS just loves when customers answer billing and account questions themselves. Perhaps it's designed to build confidence and self-reliance among the couch potato set.  FiOS is improving on that self-help mantra with the addition of a "My Account" feature, through which customers can view their bill, promotions and other information on their TV screens by accessing the interactive media guide and selecting the Customer Support tab. Release.

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