Sonus Networks to present at Credit Suisse Technology Conference; Bush talks shop with Facebook's Zuckerberg

> Sonus Networks' EVP and COO, Guru Pai, along with SVP and CFO Wayne Pastore, will present at today's Credit Suisse Technology Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. beginning at 4:15 p.m. EST. News release.

> Over the top (OTT) video services will top $1 billion this year and grow to $20 billion by 2014, according to a report by MRG. The research firm profiled over 40 OTT service providers and vendors in its latest analysis. News release.

> Not to be outdone by Time Warner Cable's subscriber-focused, high-end Signature Home service, Cox Communications has launched Cox Tech Solutions in Connecticut and Rhode Island, a premium tech support service for its high speed Internet customers. News release.

> PRG Group is expanding its U.S. operations to include a Government Services Division, through which it will pursue local, state and federal government contracts. News release.

> Bell Canada raised C$1 billion ($980.3 million) from a debt issue of five-year bonds which mature in Dec. 2015, the Wall Street Journal reports, C$300 million more than its minimum target. Story (sub. req.).

And finally... Dubya uses "theFacebook": former President George W. Bush admitted to using the social media site in a live streamed interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. As reported in the Washington Post, the pair talked for an hour about decision making, social media, and a few other things. Story.

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