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The Plan A2Z Software Promotional Video has been selected as one of the ten finalist by Citrix in the Citrix ready spotlight video contest.  

Everything that we produce we do through the integration of creativity and purpose.  Foremost we at CerCis believe that the tools that people use must exist to serve the people who are working with the tool.  There must be no awkward interface or second guessing by our clients; people don’t want to ponder over assembly instructions, wrestle over […]

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Great NY Power Shift – New York’s energy choices through 2050

          On Thursday morning, the NY Times held a Google Hangout, for The Great New York Power Shift – Transitioning to a Low Carbon Future — a discussion of New York’s energy choices through 2050. Here’s the video feed:                     The event […]

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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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What does the future of the internet look like, and how will it impact telecommunications?

The internet may feel like it’s everywhere, but large pockets of sky, swathes of land and most of the oceans are still beyond a signal’s reach. Three decades after the first cellphone went on sale – the $US4,000 Motorola DynaTAC 8000X “Brick” – half the world remains unconnected. For some it costs too much, but […]

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Offshore wind would boost jobs growth, and provide more energy than oil

Developing offshore wind technology in the Atlantic Ocean would produce twice the energy and job growth as drilling for oil would, an environmental group said Wednesday. The analysis by Oceana was released ahead of the US government’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s five-year plan for oil and gas leasing, which could involve seismic testing for potential […]

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Renewable energy and telecommunications

by The Plus Team This article is part of a series celebrating the 20th birthday of the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge. The Institute is a place where leading mathematicians from around the world can come together for weeks or months at a time to indulge in what they like doing best: thinking about maths and exchanging ideas without […]

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Telco 2015: Five telling years four future scenarios

Communications revenue growth is beginning to falter as voice markets in developing countries saturate. IBM’s research suggests four plausible scenarios and the events that would signal their unfolding and characteristics of companies most likely to succeed in each of these possible futures. Click here to download IBM’s Global Business Services Executive Report – Telecommunications  

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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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Why is broadband more expensive in the US?

Home broadband in the US costs far more than elsewhere. At high speeds, it costs nearly three times as much as in the UK and France, and more than five times as much as in South Korea. Why? Men’s haircuts, loaves of bread… it is surprising how much more expensive some things are in the […]

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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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