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Ruckus Wireless Steps Up Expansion Throughout Asia Pacific to Capitalize on Explosive Demand for Smarter Wi-Fi

Seasoned Industry Experts Appointed to Exploit the Rush to More Reliable Wireless Connectivity Being Driven by Mobile Internet Services and Applications SUNNYVALE, CA / SOUTHEAST ASIA, July 26, 2010 – Ruckus Wireless™ the smart mobile networking company, today announced the expansion of its Asia Pacific operations with the appointment of five industry executives to its […]

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Why Australia Needs An Electric Car Charging Standard

More electric vehicles (EVs) are hitting Australia’s roads, and more public charging stations are being installed to support them. What is missing, however, is an Australian standard or even a recommendation for charging connectors — the plug that joins the car to the charging station. When we started Australia’s first electric vehicle trial in Western […]

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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 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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Calendar and Chat, Two Exciting New Features for Plan A2Z

We are pleased to announce that we have added two new fully integrated features to Plan A2Z software, Calendar and Chat;  Keeping you more in touch with your team, clients and schedules. Calendar:  Resource scheduling in a calendar that is designed to be modified. Filter the calendar by resource or appointment “type” to maintain multiple […]

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Suggest Your Mobile Ideas to Google

This is an older post, but I thought I would re-post it; Google wants your ideas for mobile products. Google wants your ideas for mobile products.  The company has launched a new Product Ideas page that allows you to suggest your mobile product ideas.  Your ideas will be seen by Google and other users as well. […]

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Samsung’s New Smartphone Will Track Eyes to Scroll Pages

Samsung’s next big smartphone, to be introduced this month, will have a strong focus on software. A person who has tried the phone, called the Galaxy S IV, described one feature as particularly new and exciting: Eye scrolling. The phone will track a user’s eyes to determine where to scroll, said a Samsung employee who […]

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