The Demand for IPTV-Based Bundled Offerings is Growing Strong

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A new trend emerging in television technology is that of “Internet Protocol TV,” also known as “IPTV.” Rather than viewing traditional television services through the terrestrial, satellite, or cable-based formats many customers are now choosing to watch shows and programs via IPTV. This trend is now catching fire in Canada. Many Canadian-based Internet Service Providers (ISPs) are now offering IPTV as part of a bundled package with their other Cloud-based hosted offerings. Read More

Four Brand New, VoIP Based Patents Awarded To Vonage

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As we wrap up a long Thanksgiving weekend and now head into the official Christmas shopping season, the major telecom carriers will no doubt be offering many deals and enticing offers to get customers to sign up.  One such giant that just might do this is Vonage.  It was just recently announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded Vonage with four, brand new patents.  They are as follows: Read More

How Cities Around The World Can Prepare For Disasters

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Preparing for natural disasters and creating plans on how to recover from them is a must for every city, no matter how large or how small, all over the world.  One such city which is engaged in these tasks is Plymouth, located in the United Kingdom.  In order to accomplish this, the city is using a GIS Technology from GGP Systems to help create and produce emergency planning and recovery maps. Read More

A New Product To Predict Traffic Patterns

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HERE, a division of the Nokia Company, develops GIS based solutions for both mapping and navigation based applications.  Just recently, HERE announced the launch of a brand new product called ‘Predictive Traffic.’  This new GIS software app can look at and analyze current traffic patterns around the world, and make predictive assumptions as to how future traffic patterns will look like.   Read More

Google to Offer The ‘Fiber To The Premises’ Bandwidth Services

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We all have heard of Google, the giant whose search engine we use every day in both our personal and professional lives. Google has done just about everything imaginable, except for one item: Implementing their brand new 1Gbps Fiber To the Premises network protocol, also known as ‘FTTP’. This technology is geared towards the Small to Medium Business (SMB) market niche. Read More

Introducing The Latest Version Of The ‘ADC WorldMap Digtal Map’

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The ADC WorldMap is a division of the American Digital Cartography, Inc., which offers many unique and cutting edge solutions for the GIS Industry. For instance, this company offers a very detailed, digital map full of geographic information and data for the entire globe. ADC also offers other GIS based services such as Asset Tracking, Geomarketing, Map Reporting Services, and much more for the end user. Read More

Telltale Warning Signs From the Pay-Television Industry

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As the third quarter reporting season is now winding down, there are some startling trends which starting to emerge from the cable industry. Probably the most striking is that cable customers are now letting go of their traditional cable service, and instead, are now opting to use other types of high speed connectivity to deliver content. As a result, the demand for on demand, Internet based video is starting to pick up. Read More

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