Chicago-based start up Cityzenith says its IoT data visualisation tool, 5D Smart City, is being adopted by 10 major cities worldwide. According to the company, its tool helps organisations around the world, both government departments and commercial enterprises, “make sense of urban data – big and small.” “Cities have produced more data in the past […]
Archive for October, 2010
PRESS RELEASE: BT announced today that it will continue to collaborate with the Tabitha Foundation to help the underprivileged people living in remote areas in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, by helping them to rebuild homes. This is the second year that BT has collaborated with the Tabitha Foundation and volunteers will travel to Cambodia in November […]
PRESS RELEASE: DRAMMEN, NORWAY – Oct. 4, 2010 – Eltek Valere today announced the release of the new Smartpack2 distributed controller for telecommunications DC power systems with advanced features and improved interface to better control the power systems for next-generation wireless and wireline telecommunications networks. The Smartpack2 controller offers system configuration, alarms and setup, rectifier/charge […]
Flexenclosure, a Swedish firm that makes cell site towers and enclosures, is up to three AfricaCom Awards with its E-site solution, described as a “turnkey solution that is extremely power efficient and specially designed to generate and conserve energy from renewable energy sources like wind and solar.” E-site has been nominated in the categories “Best […]
Suntrica, a UK-based maker of solar-powered chargers for mobile devices, has signed deals with two Chinese companies to bring its product to that market. China Daheng Group, an import and distribution company, will act as Suntrica’s distributor through China selling direct to retail outlets while AKL Beijing, will provide sales and after sales support to […]
Nokia Siemens Networks says its Flexi-NS (Network Server) is the world’s lowest power consuming server for mobile operators, capable of supporting 100,000 subscribers on 59 watts of power. The company unveiled the product at 4G World this week, and expects to ship it commercially by end-2010.
Pat Gelsinger, chief operating officer at storage giant EMC, is no stranger to the technology industry. Having served 30 years at Intel – the last post as head of Intel Labs, Gelsinger surely knows a thing or two about why customers buy technology and what vendors must do to continue to generate sales. So it […]
GUEST POST by Arron Brown Twenty years ago video conferencing was something seen on television shows and the James Bond type movies, something out of the science fiction future. Today, although not common the technology is readily and easily available. This article will explain some of the popular usages of video conferencing equipment.
I had a very pleasant lunch with Shawn Covell, head of Qualcomm’s Wireless Reach initiative, which acts on behalf of the company to fund non-profit projects across the world to promote the use of wireless technologies in mostly underdeveloped markets. Her job is mostly about philanthropy, bringing connectivity and access to the Internet to often […]