HUBER+SUHNER to bring all-in-one data center management solution equipped for the future to ANGA COM 2018

On display at the show will be the company’s latest developments in FO connectivity for the home, city and infrastructure across its data centre, FTTX, connector and Small Cell portfolio HUBER+SUHNER, leading manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity, will showcase its complete systems solution to combat data rates, bandwidth demands and time-to-market needs for data center environments at ANGA COM 2018 in Cologne, June 12-14. Overcoming the bandwidth challenges as we head towards 5G, the IANOS® system can seamlessly combine data rates from 1G to 400G…

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Telefonica Mexico partners with Tutela to improve network quality

Based in Canada, Tutela Technologies, Ltd. is the world’s leading company of mobile network crowd sourced data company Tutela’s network collects over 10 billion mobile quality data points every day globally, with over 100 million in Mexico London, UK. 09 Oct 2017. Telefonica Mexico, provider of wireless telecommunication, fixed-line, mobile, public, and data services in Mexico, has announced today that it has signed an agreement with Tutela, the world’s largest mobile network crowd sourced data company. The partnership will mean that Telefonica Mexico has access to crowd-sourced network quality data…

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New ADLV Team Eyes Evolving Opportunities Including GDPR

Several new faces have joined the Association for Driving Licence Verification (www.ADLV.co.uk) board. The changes, made in accordance with the Association’s founding charter, see Licence Check’s Terry Hiles elected as Deputy Chair to support the existing Chair, Malcolm Maycock of Licence Bureau. Chris Thornton of DriveTech joins as Treasurer and Mark Sugden of GBG takes over as Secretary and Head of Marketing. Kevin Curtis of Driving Monitor remains as Technical Director. The new team will set about building on the successes of the ADLV’s first 3 years and tackling future…

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ABBYY Real-Time Text Recognition promises to accelerate the digital journey

New ‘point and capture’ toolkit empowers instant use of text-based information viewed through smartphones and tablets London, UK (12 April 2017) — ABBYY, a leading provider of technologies and solutions to action information, today introduced its new Real-Time Recognition technology, enabling ‘instant’ text extraction from the preview screen of mobile devices. Real-Time Recognition based on ABBYY technology enables faster, simpler extraction of text from documents and objects placed in the live video stream from smartphone and mobile device cameras. Data extracted using Real-Time Recognition can be used in a variety…

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