New Integer Wireless Experience Center empowers enterprise decision-makers

As the selection of wireless products, networks and services grows, so does the challenge of assembling a solution that meets each enterprise's unique, frequently challenging in-building requirements. To help CIOs, IT managers and other decision-makers make smart choices, Integer Wireless Tuesday founded the Integer Wireless Experience Center, a 10,000-square-foot facility providing a rare, hands-on opportunity to test a wide variety of enterprise-grade wireless solutions from more than 100 vendors, application developers and service providers.

Accedian granted RUS acceptance for EtherNID, MetroNID and MetroNODE 10GE Ethernet demarcation devices

U.S. telecommunications providers can now use RUS funding to purchase Accedian's High Performance Service Assurance platform for networks serving rural communities. Accedian Networks announced last week that its EtherNID, MetroNID and MetroNODE 10GE service assurance demarcation devices have been granted "RUS Acceptance" by the Technical Standards Committee "A" (Telecommunications) Advanced Services Division of the United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Service (RUS).

PTC2012: Harnessing Disruption: Global, Mobile, Social, Local

Event: 
Date
Start Date: 
Sunday, January 15, 2012
End Date: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and Spa,
Honolulu, Hawaii

“Harnessing Disruption: Global, Mobile, Social, Local,” will focus on how the confluence of global networks, mobile devices and apps, social networking and geo-location is creating huge new markets and businesses, while promising enormous social advantages.

Disruption is only the precursor to creation. Come join us in discussing, explaining, sharing and illustrating the many ways powerful global networks, ubiquitous and equally-capable mobile devices can support breakthrough new applications that create whole new industries.

Verizon investigating 4G LTE outage

Verizon acknowledged this morning that its 4G LTE network was not working for users across the U.S. after complaints trickled in overnight about a nationwide outage, according to a Computerworld news report.

Verizon Wireless posted two updates acknowledging the outage to its Twitter account.

The first update stated, "We're aware of an issue with #4G #LTE connections & our network engineers are working to resolve quickly. Will update here."

California Energy Commission awards $4.6 million for smart grid research projects

The California Energy Commission awarded $4,643,200 for research projects to expand the state's smart grid, improve power plant pollution measurements, and conserve energy and water. The Commission's grants are leveraged by $392,709,016 of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funding, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds, and matching funds from the grant recipients. Funds for the six projects come from the Commission's Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program.

ATA asks Medicare to remove restrictions on telemedicine

The American Telemedicine Association (ATA) has called on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to use its authority to waive the restriction-riddled Medicare telemedicine statute for the new Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).

Bright House Networks selects Cisco for enhanced video and services network

Bright House Networks, the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the U.S., announced today that it has deployed the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers as its Carrier Ethernet platform to deliver enhanced video, data, voice and mobile backhaul services throughout its converged network.

Smart Grid development to cut carbon, provide U.S. jobs, says Duke report

Research from the Duke University Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness today released a report, "U.S. Smart Grid: Finding new ways to cut carbon and create jobs."

Motorola Solutions, Huawei settle trade secret dispute

Reuters

Motorola Solutions Inc and China's Huawei Technologies Co have settled a legal dispute over trade secrets, clearing the way for Motorola to complete the sale of one of its business units to Nokia Siemens Networks.

The settlement puts to rest charges by Huawei that Motorola, one of its long-standing partners, could disclose a variety of its trade secrets in selling a networks business to rival Nokia Siemens Networks.

Motorola agreed to pay an unspecified transfer fee to Huawei as part of the settlement, it said on Wednesday.

USDA announces rural electric smart grid funding

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Wednesday that 10 rural electric cooperatives and utilities have been awarded funding to build or expand transmission and distribution lines and provide smart grid technology to benefit nearly 20,000 rural consumers, according to a press release from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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