Centrica Equips Its Engineers With 7500 Panasonic Rugged Tablets

Providing its service and repair engineers with improved ways of working and communication to enhance customer service BRACKNELL, UK. 6th December 2018 – Centrica, the leading energy and services company operating brands such as British Gas and Dyno, has rolled out 7,500 Panasonic FZ-G1 rugged tablets to its team of UK engineers to improve working methods and ultimately to enhance its customer service. For the past eight years the company’s engineers have been using the Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 rugged notebooks as their main technology tool for job scheduling, maintenance, viewing…

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Cellwize Announces Investment from DTCP to Fuel Global Growth

Singapore – December 5, 2018 — Cellwize, a global leader in mobile network automation and orchestration, today announced an equity funding investment from DTCP (Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners), an investment management group with c. $1.6 billion assets under management and advisory from Deutsche Telekom and other institutional investors. The investment will support Cellwize’s evolution toward enabling the immense growth of the industry with the advent of 5G. As mobile network operators (MNOs) prepare to roll out next generation networks, with competitive pressures and increasing multi-layered complexity driving OPEX up, advanced…

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Registration opens for the Defence Aviation Safety Conference, Supported by the DSA

The Defence Aviation Safety Conference will convene in London on the 29-30 April 2019 Conference organisers, SMi Group are delighted to announce that registration has officially opened for the Defence Aviation Safety Conference, the leading event dedicated to aviation safety in the defence and military environment. Supported by the Defence Safety Authority (DSA), UK MoD, this highly anticipated two-day event will bring together senior military leaders with responsibility for safety in the aviation domain as well as international defence experts from government and industry. Whilst it will predominantly be focused…

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SCF Calls for Industry to Adopt Open RAN Interfaces to Prevent 5G Fragmentation

Cellular industry must avoid pitfalls of proprietary solutions as it seeks to define the open RAN London, UK & Santa Clara, CA – 5th December 2018 Small Cell Forum (SCF) has today called for the cellular industry to adopt open air interface and networking standards to avoid fragmentation and ensure interoperability of equipment from different vendors. In particular, the Technology & 5G Working Group of SCF (led by Chair Prabhakar Chitrapu of AT&T – USA, with Co-Chairs Neeraj Gupta of NEC-UK & Ravi Sinha of Reliance Jio – India) is…

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Small Cell Forum Research Shows Ease of Deployment a Key Factor in Densification Essential for 5G Networks

Operator small cell deployments set to surge with 92% annual growth in North America and 74% in South-East Asia as restrictions ease following SCF and partner efforts London, UK & Santa Clara, CA – 4th December 2018 Small Cell Forum (SCF), the telecoms organization driving universal cellular coverage, today announced the results of its latest in-depth survey of more than 60 mobile operators from around the world. The research shows that the small cells are currently proliferating in regions where work has been undertaken to lower regulatory barriers relating to…

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UltraSoC launches “any processor” lockstep solution for safety-critical systems

CAMBRIDGE, UK – 29 November 2018 – UltraSoC, the leader in embedded analytics for the safety and security of automotive systems, today launched the UltraSoC Lockstep Monitor. A hardware-based, scalable solution, the new Lockstep Monitor significantly helps functional safety by checking that the cores at the heart of a critical system are operating reliably, safely and securely. UltraSoC’s flexible IP supports all common lockstep / redundancy architectures, including full dual-redundant lockstep, split/lock, master/checker, and voting with any number of cores or subsystems. The UltraSoC Lockstep Monitor can support any processor…

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Oxford Direct Services recognised with Oxford Preservation Trust Award for sensitive highways project

November 29, 2018 – Oxford Direct Services has been recognised by the Oxford Preservation Trust (OPT) for its work improving a high profile city centre road junction in a Grade One listed conservation area in a project jointly funded by the City and County Councils and Oxford University. The OPT awarded the Broad Street/Parks Road/Holywell Street/Catte Street junction improvement an award in the Landscape and Public Realm category. The ODS Highways team installed a raised asphalt table top roundabout and pedestrian crossing points to replace ageing traffic lights. The work…

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Home Office Emergency Services Network contract awarded to telent

The project will oversee the UK’s blue-light radio infrastructure as it’s replaced with a mobile 4G network Warwick, 29 November. telent Technology Services Ltd (telent) has today announced that it has been awarded a multi-million-pound contract to test the Emergency Services Network (ESN) for the Home Office as it transitions to 4G based communications. The win will see telent deliver the ESN Assure service and follows an announcement from the Home Office in September for a ‘new strategic direction’ for ESN. It aims to save £200 million in public money…

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Bloom & Wild powers same day delivery across London with On the dot

UK’s favourite online florist teams up with On the dot to help business bloom LONDON, 29th November 2018—On the dot, the last mile retail delivery startup, today announces that the UK’s second fastest growing business, Bloom & Wild, has selected them as their partner for their same day delivery service proposition across London. VC-backed mobile and online florist, Bloom & Wild, which employs a growing team from their HQ in Vauxhall, London and operates across the UK, Ireland, Germany and France, aims to make ordering design-led flowers online as simple…

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MicroBT employs Moortec’s 16nm Embedded Temperature Sensor in their HPC ASIC

Plymouth, UK, 29th November 2018 Moortec, providers of complete In-Chip Monitoring PVT Subsystems today announced that Shenzhen MicroBT Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. have employed Moortec’s 16FFC Temperature Sensor IP in their latest high performance computing (HPC) ASIC. HPC is highly intensive in terms of CPU activity and requires ever increasing levels of computing power. This increased power consumption requires more electricity and this leads to much higher levels of heat generation. All this energy consumption equates to the costs of successfully implementing HPC easily becoming prohibitive. As the CPU temperatures…

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