Daily Links 2/28/2012: Edison Ventures raises $249 million for new fund



OpenX Acquires SSP LiftDNA, Pulls Demand Channels Into One Place (Adotas)

OpenX opens kimono to reveal financials – prepwork for an IPO? (Reuters Blogs)

Edison VII Raises $249 Million (PR Web)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2011 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Cisco wants to light up data centers
Cisco buys Lightwire to create high-speed, high-volume switches that are priced for data centers.
(IT World)

SunGard: Cloud Concepts Are ‘In Our DNA’ (Data Center Knowledge)


Baltimore's top IT official resigns after alleged ethical violations emerge in N.Y.
Public official sought job for himself, girlfriend with software vendor after contract award, N.Y. audit says
(Baltimore Sun)

Malone’s Transparency Reversal (Wall Street Journal: Overheard)

MediaMorph Raises $8 Million From Motorola Mobility, Smedvig Capital
Startup Provides Cross-Platform Audience Measurement and Analytics
(Multichannel News)

Comcast’s Xfinity Home and EcoFactor Announce Agreement to Deliver Cloud-Based Energy Management Solution to Residential Customers (Business Wire)

Comcast Files First NBCU Condition Compliance Report
Says conditions have become part of company's DNA, and that it has overdelivered on some promises
(Broadcasting & Cable)
"Company's DNA" rapidly becoming one of the most overused buzzwords.

Angelakis: No Usage-Based Pricing For Now
Comcast CFO Says Cable Giant Won't Rock The HSD Boat
(Multichannel News)

Cablevision Declines After Forecasting Lower Free Cash Flow in 2012 (Bloomberg)

Cable Operator Knology Explores Potential Sale (Wall Street Journal: Deal Journal)

Epicor suit claims company is providing third-party support illegally (IDG News Service)
TomorrowNow-like suit.

ICON Acquires PriceSpective (Applied Clinical Trials)

EResearch 4Q profit rises and stock advances (AP via CBS News)



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