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Get The Word Out – Plan A2Z Software-Needed Now More Than Ever

Our Plan A2Z Software provides a complete solution for developers, builders, designers, of large infrastructure projects in Telecommunications, Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, and yes the future rollout of Hydrogen stations. Manage the five main disciplines (Leasing, Zoning, Construction, Compliance, Engineering) simultaneously; while managing multiple projects and clients on a national, regional, market […]

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Cheap Cell Phone / Wireless for the masses

Maybe an opportunity for the big carriers? What people are forced to put up with from mobile service providers just doesn’t make sense. Ting is saying to us, but do we listen? “It’s too complicated, too opaque, too adversarial, too expensive and frankly too inhuman. We’re changing that.” Elliot Noss, CEO Ting Wireless There are […]

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U.S. Offshore Wind Farm, Made in Europe

By DIANE CARDWELLJAN. 22, 2014 MIDDLEBOROUGH, Mass. — Carl Horstmann strode around the floor of his factory here, passing welders honing head-high metal tubes as sparks flew. He is one of a dying breed: the owner of Mass Tank, a steel tank manufacturer in a down-at-the-heels region that was once a hub of the craft. […]

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Sprint / T-Mobile merger?

Sprint/T-Mobile merger could be tough on tower companies and wireless contractors December 17, 2013 – According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, Sprint is considering a merger with T-Mobile and could place a bid within six months in a deal that could cost more than $20 billion.However, Sprint could face opposition from antitrust regulators, […]

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‘Li-fi’ via LED light bulb data speed breakthrough

UK researchers say they have achieved data transmission speeds of 10Gbit/s via “li-fi” – wireless internet connectivity using light. The researchers used a micro-LED light bulb to transmit 3.5Gbit/s via each of the three primary colours – red, green, blue – that make up white light. This means over 10Gbit/s is possible. Li-fi is an […]

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Ericsson makes a splash in small cells

Ericsson has entered the small cell battle, launching its Radio Dot System that is expected to be available late next year and garnering early interest in the product from Verizon Wireless. The company boasted of a disk-shaped radio small enough to fit in someone’s hand but able to provide high-quality mobile broadband and voice service indoors. Ericsson […]

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The CIO’s role in the future of telecommunications

The CIO’s role in the future of telecommunications By Roberta Prescott The role of chief information officers is changing globally in all industries. As information has become the “new oil,” CIOs have started to lead their companies toward a better understanding of their clients, services and the company itself. With CIOs positioned at the nexus […]

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Plan A2Z Software makes your job much easier

                What we do, is give you the tools to make your work life not so much like work. Manage it all that much smarter with Plan A2Z Software and get back to making your business grow.

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Wind development gets huge boost with cost allocation decision

Originally Posted: 2013-06-25 Kevin O’Rourke, The AWEA Blog: Into the wind As the wind industry has rapidly grown over the last few years, one of the primary challenges has been transporting our new, low-cost electricity across the country.

Our nation’s aging and outdated transmission infrastructure–the structural backbone of our electricity grid–has greatly needed upgrading and expansion, […]

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Plan A2Z Software promotes creative thinking, and greater efficiencies, as space on towers and ground sites are maxing out.

Infrastructure evolution set to test tower space Dan Meyer, RCR Wireless Oct. 11th, 2012 We have come to expect technology advances that result in consumer electronics equipment getting smaller, more powerful and in most cases cheaper. This process can be seen in the hands and pockets of most consumers where that smartphone or tablet device […]

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