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The Age of the Smart Data Center

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Adam Siegel, Vice President of Networks and Service Providers, vXchnge, and Michael Zody, General Manager, Northeast, Level 3 What does it take to run a smart data center? Think about it. For many businesses, the data center is the heart of software technology—the “thing” enabling businesses to do more, efficiently […]

BMI Rate Court Rejects DOJ Consent Decree Interpretation

BMI strategy begins to pay dividends. You may recall our report last August that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) had closed a two-year inquiry into the ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees by determining that no changes to the Decrees were necessary. DOJ also weighed in on a particularly controversial issue – the licensing of … Continue Reading

Bank Alfalah Partners With SCO To Launch Branchless Banking In AJK

Taking a major stride toward its financial inclusion goals in the country, Bank Alfalah has joined hands with Special Communications Organization (SCO) for the launch of its branch-less banking service in Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. Show More Summary

A Practical Terabit Approaches?

This week starts off with some interesting news from researchers on the hunt for terabit data speeds.  Nokia Bell Labs, Deutsche Telekom, and the Technical University of Munich say they have taken a big step forward in achieving a 1Tbps circuits that can withstand real network conditions.... [visit site to read more]

These transformations could be for real

This article was authored by Lachlan Colquhoun, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. Big old incumbent telecoms carriers have been banging about how they have to “transform” for a few years now.... [visit site to read more]

Ramblings Jobs: Southern Telecom

We have a new job listing to peruse over on the Ramblings Jobs Board from down south.... [visit site to read more]

Telemedicine Is Not Thriving

Telemedicine and artificial intelligence are in the news this week.

Fiber M&A: Wave Raises War Chest Makes Two More Acquisitions

This week saw some more regional fiber M&A up in the Pacific Northwest.  Wave has announced both the raising of $125M in new funds and the acquisition of two service providers in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.... [visit site to read more]

Ofcom to assume responsibilities for the BBC in April 2017

This week the Government published the drafts of the BBC’s new Royal Charter and Framework Agreement. The Charter sets out the obligations of the BBC and its new Board, as well as Ofcom’s new responsibilities as the BBC’s regulator. The Charter confirms that Ofcom will become the external regulator of the BBC on 3 April […]

The Strategy in Smartphone Battery Location

Once upon a time, most cellphone users could easily replace their batteries should they want to extend the life of their handset. Absent operator error, the decline in the performance of rechargeable batteries constitutes one of the major motivators for handset owners to replace and upgrade. Show More Summary

No closer to a Digital Single Market

The Digital Single Market (DSM) has been hailed as one of the great tasks of the Juncker commission. As usual with the commission, the goals as expressed are lofty: Give consumers better access to digital goods across Europe; Create the The post No closer to a Digital Single Market appeared first on diffraction analysis.

A new version of the Tinder Foundation’s Learn My Way web site

Today the Tinder Foundation – on whose Board I sit – has launched a new look Learn My Way site . This is the biggest – and best – update to the site in five years, and it’s the result of lots of hard work, and lots of consultation with users. User experience and simplicity have been […]

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