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More Green Power For Equinix

Equinix made another move to turn its energy profile green this morning. The have signed agreements with NextEra Energy Resources and Invenergy for a combined 225MW of renewable energy capacity. That will cover their entire North American energy budget, and bring their global renewable energy levels up to 82% of total. ... [visit site to […]

Industry Spotlight: GTT’s Rick Calder On One Source Networks & Beyond

Late last month, GTT closed the acquisition of One Source Networks, its seventh acquisition in the last six years.  Over that time, the company has transformed itself into an enterprise-focused cloud networking and managed services provider backed by its own top-5 global internet backbone.  With us today to tell us about the company’s plans for […]

Vizio Smart TV Is Watching You and Sharing Your Info with Advertisers

Do you recall the uproar among Bell customers when the service provider launched its Relevant Ads program? Since then Bell has terminated the program, which tracked its customers habits, but you know there is another “big brother” that’s watching you: Vizio’s Smart TV. You own one? Well, you may want to opt out right now. [...]

Infotech Implements System At Ghana Stock Exchange

InfoTech, a leading systems integrator and technology solutions provider, recently upgraded the existing trading platform at Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), allowing the exchange to further expand, innovate and attract international investors. Show More Summary

Connected Cars are the New Mobile Frontier

With the smartphone market having reached a high level of saturation and the tablet market having clearly hit a plateau, the connected car market has emerged as the new growth avenue for the mobile technology. In fact, as a sign of the changing mobile landscape, in Q3 AT&T posted its strongest new subscriber growth in [...]

Blackberry Prepares Android Encore, this one dubbed “Vienna”

Just days after Blackberry CEO John Chen confirmed that his company has more products in the works following the release of the not-so-private Blackberry Priv smartphone and we are already seeing renders of the company’s next rumoured Android offering, codenamed “Vienna.” As ZDNet’s Kevin Tofel  explains, the device “looks like the old BlackBerry Passport and [...]

Incentive Auction Update: Debut of Reverse Auction Tutorial Set; Reverse Auction Workshop Re-scheduled

If you have any thoughts about participating in the reverse auction, check this out: the Commission has announced that its on-line tutorial on the pre-auction process will be up and running on November 20, 2015. It’ll cover pre-auction procedures, auction conduct and the bidding system, and will provide guidance on how to complete reverse auction … Continue Reading

Automobile Collision Avoidance: Ultrasonic Sensors

It's been a while and I wanted to expand a little bit on my June intelligent car post and discuss collision avoidance technology in a little more detail. All collision avoidance technologies use sensors that collect information that is processed by onboard computers in the car. Show More Summary

VMware Survey: Mobilization a Hit

News this week included ROI in mobilization, securing Internet of Things, Thread Group certification work, and Hedy Lamarr's tech connection.

Broadsoft Acquires Its Way Into Japan’s UC Market

The VoIP world saw a bit of inorganic action this morning across the Pacific.  BroadSoft is acquiring PBXL, a provider of cloud communications to the Japanese business market.... [visit site to read more]

Incentive Auction Update: Form 177 Filing Window for Reverse Auction Participants Shifted, Extended

Changes in baseline coverage data for several stations leads to scheduling changes for all. If you’re a TV licensee planning to participate in the upcoming reverse auction component of the Broadcast Incentive Auction, it’s time to get your calendar out … again. The FCC has announced changes to the all-important deadline for filing your Form … Continue Reading

Cisco: Q1 Good, Q2 Lean

Cisco's fiscal first quarter earnings report came out yesterday after the markets closed, with both good and not-so-good news for the markets.  Of course, getting a bit of both sides is nearly always the case with companies as large as this.... [visit site to read more]

Canadian Lawmakers Need to Investigate the Use of Stingray Phone Surveillance

As a bipartisan committee of lawmakers in the United States attempts to get a handle on the widespread use of a controversial phone surveillance technology known as Stingray, Canadians are starting to wonder as well whether or not our local law enforcement and federal agencies are deploying this same mass-surveillance device on us. In fact, [...]

Telus and Huawei Create “5G Living Lab” in Downtown Vancouver

Huawei and Telus will establish a “5G Living Lab” in downtown Vancouver, the Chinese telecom supplier has announced. The new project will test approaches to delivering a next-generation converged fibre-wireless network in the city, Huawei’s...Show More Summary

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