Telestream makes its mark at FIFA World Cup; Verizon gets greener

> More FIFA World Cup technology news: Telestream's Episode video encoding software was selected by Banis Software Development for use at the V&A Waterfront World Media & Legacy Centre in Cape Town, South Africa. News release.

> Verizon's green fleet is growing, as the company has purchased 576 Chevrolet hybrid pickups for its service fleet. They'll be deployed in urban areas in various Verizon markets. Release.

> Research and Markets has added a UK Telecommunications Market Development report to its offerings. News release.

> VoIP keeps rolling forward. Conferencing specialist ClearOne will demo its VIEW product line at InfoComm 2010 this week. The VIEW platform is ClearOne's new line of IP-based HD audio/video distribution and control network products based on its StreamNet technology. Release.

> Author and technology expert Aliza Sherman is the featured speaker at a live webinar on June 10. AT&T's "Simple Practices for Managing Your Technology" instructional webinar is targeted at small businesses to help protect and manage their technology investment. Release.

And finally... Exinda has added the 6060 model of its next-generation x60 WAN optimization appliance. "When configured with ExOS 5.4 WAN optimization software load (x800 software) the 6060 supports 3x the number of optimized connections of the 6010." News release.

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