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Ottawa among first Canadian cities for Rogers’ 5G rollout

BY: Techopia Staff PUBLISHED: Jan 15, 2020 2:12pm EST The switch has officially been flipped on 5G in Ottawa as Rogers Communications announced Wednesday it has rolled out its version of the next-generation network in the capital. Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are the first launch sites for the telecom’s 5G network. The technology is […]

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5G in the Netherlands: Eindhoven to test this revolutionary technology

By Lara Silva – May 16, 2019 Eindhoven will test out the 5G network, making it one of the first cities in the Netherlands to experiment with this revolutionary technology. There will be several locations in the city where people can freely use 5G in the second half of 2019. The city has partnered up with Vodafone, […]

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German Telecom Company Chooses Huawei To Start 5G Network Project

VANESSA ROMO        ROB SCHMITZ December 12, 20193:22 PM ET    The German deal with Huawei has not been finalized. It is contingent on the technology and companies passing a security certification according to German law. German network provider Telefonica Deutschland has chosen Huawei to help build its next generation 5G network, ignoring pleas […]

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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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Microsoft’s Bid to Connect Rural America: Send Out Internet in between TV Signals

It’s cheaper than many alternatives, but broadcasters aren’t thrilled at the prospect. Google has balloons, Facebook has drones, SpaceX has satellites. But Microsoft has a rather more humble plan to overcome the digital divide and take Internet to the sticks. Bloomberg reports that the company will announce a new initiative Tuesday to beam data into rural communities by inserting it into unused […]

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From teenager to pensioner—the green energy crowdfunders

Boosting the use of renewable energy has long been an ambition in Europe, but some efforts have powered down amid an ever-changing political landscape and dwindling finances. Now, crowdfunding is pulling in a new generation of green investors “I have always been interested in the environment. As a child, I thought ‘what if the world […]

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Iran and Middle East could adopt fully renewable electricity systems

Iran can transition to a fully renewable electricity system and financially benefit from it by 2030. Researchers at Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) show that major oil-producing countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region could turn their abundant renewable energy resources into lucrative business opportunities in less than two decades. According to […]

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What Happens If Net Neutrality Goes Away?

We’ll likely see new business models and video streaming products from the big ISPs if Trump removes net neutrality rules, and upstart content providers could struggle to compete. The “days are numbered” for the net neutrality rules enacted by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission under Barack Obama, at least if you take President Trump’s newly […]

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China’s quantum satellite could make data breaches a thing of the past

China recently launched a satellite into orbit with a unique feature: it has the ability to send information securely, not with mathematical encryption but by using the fundamental laws of physics. China will be the first country to achieve this feat, and it marks a milestone in the development of quantum technologies. The next revolution in technology […]

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Where’s your data? It’s not actually in the cloud, it’s sitting in a data centre

Without data centres, today’s world stops. Flights are grounded, Wall Street closes, and the internet grinds to a halt. Yet despite their emergence as nerve centres of the global economy, data centres have drawn almost no attention in debates about globalisation and nor are they often discussed outside of business and IT publications. Even the […]

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