Archive for January, 2009

WiMAX vs. LTE Fight Gets Nasty

WiMAX vs. LTE Fight Gets Nasty
WiMAX vs. LTE Fight Gets Nasty
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24-by-7 Service Renamed As TELIZENT Communications
24-by-7 Service, a provider of telecommunication services based, has renamed the company Salient Communications.
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SunGard Upgrades its North American Workforce Continuity Services Centers
SunGard Availability Services has deployed a new desktop technology in all its workforce continuity services centers in North America. This deployment is in line with SunGard’s commitment to enhance the performance and satisfy the computing needs of its business customers.
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Perceptive Informatics Crosses 10 Million IVRS Interactions
eClinical solutions, a provider of Perceptive Informatics, has crossed the 10-million-call milestone. Over the past seven years, ten million calls have been placed through Perceptive Informatics’ ClinPhone Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) in support of clinical trials for its clients
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Monaco Telecom Unveils Mobile WiMAX Center of Excellence
Monaco Telecom, a Cable & Wireless affiliate, in collaboration with Alvarion and Cisco, has officially unveiled the Center of Excellence for Mobile WiMAX technology in the Principality of Monaco.
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New Telecom SIG Includes Ericsson, NEC, Neustar, Orange, Symlabs and TeliaSonera
Liberty Alliance launched its public Liberty Alliance Telecom Special Interest Group, a global identity community to build a reliable Internet for businesses, governments and people.
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US Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan Gets VSAT Internet
Global satellite services provider TS2 Satellite Technologies said that the company is providing local broadband satellite connections to over fifteen thousand soldiers stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Communications Solutions 2008 Product of the Year Awards Call for Entries
Norwalk, CT (January 29, 2009) – Technology Marketing Corporation has announced today that its Web site Communications Solutions is accepting entries for its 2008 Product of the Year Awards. Communications Solutions is dedicated to all things new in communications hardware, software and services.
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Belden Intros Bonded Pair Technology across its Enterprise Network Cabling Solutions
Belden, a company specializing in the development of signal transmission solutions, has introduced the Bonded Pair technology across its full line of enterprise network cabling solutions.
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NET Upgrades to Microsoft Dynamics AX2009 for High Tech
Network Equipment Technologies (NET) has upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 for High Tech with Fullscope.
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Hoarding rainwater could ‘dramatically’ expand range of dengue-fever mosquito
Ecologists have developed a new model to predict the impact of climate change on the dengue fever-carrying mosquito Aedes aegypti in Australia – information that could help limit its spread.

According to the study, published in the new issue of the British Ecological Society’s journal Functional Ecology, climate change and evolutionary change could act together to accelerate and expand the mosquito’s range. But human behaviour – in the form of storing water to cope with climate change – is likely to have an even greater impact.
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House Passes Stimulus Package

House Passes Stimulus Package
The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday passed by a vote of 244 to 188 the economic recovery bill proposed by the Obama administration and Democratic Congressional leaders.

The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” includes at least $37.9 billion for energy efficiency, $27.8 billion for renewable energy and $14.6 billion for public transit and clean transportation, for a total of $80 billion in clean energy funding.
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Britain’s big polluters accused of abusing EU’s carbon trading scheme
Britain’s biggest polluting companies are abusing a European emissions trading scheme (ETS) designed to tackle global warming by cashing in their carbon credits in order to bolster ailing balance sheets.

The sell-off has helped trigger a collapse in the price of carbon, making it cheaper to burn high-carbon fossil fuels and leading to a fall in the number of clean energy projects. The moves were seized on byenvironmentalists and other critics who have previously criticised theEuropean Union’s ETS for delivering more windfall profits for business than climate change.
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Is Ethical Capitalism Possible?

Is Ethical Capitalism Possible?
I was scheduled to deliver a keynote speech next month to more than 1,000 business executives on the topic of whether ethical capitalism is possible. The event organizers, a Tokyo-based consultancy that specializes in corporate social responsibility, had the foresight to pose this question last fall. Ironically, the intervening events of the global economic downturn—caused by misguided incentives, greed, and moral lapses—forced the company to cancel the event.
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