ADVA Optical Networking is enhancing its network synchronization power by reaching a deal to acquire Oscilloquartz SA, a Neuchatel, Switzerland-based network synchronization vendor, from Swatch Group.
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The European Chemicals Agency has released a new version of the Dossier Quality Assistant to help registrants find potential inconsistencies in their datasets and dossiers before submitting REACH registrations. The DQA has been updated...Show More Summary
Real progress on climate change will not be achieved until heads of state, governments and ministers of finance see the global problem as a major economic challenge, according to a paper published by the Centre for International Governance Innovation. Show More Summary
There are few more remarkable machines than a Boeing 747. Four hundred people can be hurled half way across the planet with levels of comfort, efficiency and reliability that would have been deemed miraculous by those living a few centuries ago. read more
Former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt hosts The Digital Show on Business Radio 24/7-- Business Talk from Wharton, channel 111 on Sirius/XM satellite radio. He invites major thinkers on telecom and Internet issues to chat Mondays from 5-7 p.m. Show More Summary
More and more companies are realizing that the prioritization of safe, reliable energy methods is the best way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By using the Earth’s natural, predictable energy from tidal power, we can generate reliable electricity while conserving other resources. However, some environmental groups oppose new tidal projects due to fear that the […]
Level 3 Communications has picked up the network services piece of a federal contract. The defense contracting giant Northrup Grumman has picked them to support the US Air Force’s Distributed Mission Operation Network, or DMON. … [visit site to read more]
Canada’s No. 1 wireless player, Rogers, has announced that it has closed previously announced CAD$ and US$ financing transactions of roughly $2.1 billion. The carrier will use the net proceedings of these financings, alongside cash on hand and other available debit, to fund the recently acquired 20-year licences for two contiguous, paired blocks of lower-band [...]
Two announcements from the European vendor this morning, the first being a substantial 100G deployment and the other an acquisition. … [visit site to read more]
Americans’ Actions to Limit Global Warming in November 2013 February 2014 (Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication) Executive Summary A national survey conducted...Show More Summary
HOMEOWNERS OVERWHELMINGLY WANT NEW ENERGY National Poll Finds American Homeowners Overwhelmingly Want Energy Choice; Data reveals vast majority of Americans support renewables, 73 percent open to receiving clean energy from a provider other than their utility March 10, 2014 (Clean Edge, Inc. Show More Summary
It’s not the fact that Apple is looking to get its brand, its operating system, or anything else related to the Cupertino Company into your car that I find radically different, its how the company is doing it that has completely blown me away. One of the key distinguishing factors between Apple and, well, everyone [...]
Energy economics has attracted a lot of new bright minds both young and not so young. The reason for it is simple: It’s an important topic. What really surprises me is that the field of water economics has not experienced the same kind of influx. read more
The Center for Intelligent and Secure Network Research (CISNR) at the University of Engineering and Technology has successfully launched ‘electrocure’, a solution to electricity theft. “The invention will cater to 150 consumers at a time,” said CISNR Director Dr Gul Muhammad at a ceremony at the Pearl Continental hotel on Wednesday. Show More Summary
After regulators threw cold water on the very idea of a Sprint/T-Mobile US merger, Softbank’s chairman has apparently called in a big gun to make the case more forcefully — himself. And he’s not mincing words, promising Charlie Rose that he would make war against the AT&T and Verizon near-duopoly if allowed to make the […]
In a world where privacy concerns are paramount and unethical government surveillance and intrusion tactics are top of mind, cheeky American mobile carrier FreedomPop has decided to separate itself from the mobile pack, taking a decidedly counter-governmental stance with its new Privacy Phone–a device that has been nicknamed the “Snowden Phone”– a Samsung Galaxy S [...]
First, a recap. On 16 May 2011, the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) launched a Communications Review with an open letter from the then Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt. There was no Green Paper as promised; one was drafted but nothing was published. There was no White Paper as promised; instead, on 30 July 2013, a strategy […]
We can reduce the sting of high winter energy bills by making our homes more energy efficient, and stay just as warm using far less energy. Energy efficiency improvements, such as sealing ducts, tuning up equipment, and installing better insulation, can slash home energy use by about a third. read more