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Cloud Consortium Activity Highlights Cloud Opportunity

Smaller U.S. universities and colleges are banding together to improve their capacity to carry out all that's required when looking to contract for the installation of cloud-based computing platforms and services. Looking to reduce costs and realize the benefits of cloud computing, more than 1,700 Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) schools are now able to leverage the resources of CampusCloud by CampusEAI Consortium. This includes 700 schools across 15 western states that are members of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE).
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 12:00
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IP Possibilities - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) represents the latest effort by CHR solutions to assist in lowering costs while increasing convenience, security and mobility.
Written by Michael Standley at 15:45
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SMBs Likely to Buy Tech Support Services from Their Broadband Provider

Forty-five percent of U.S. small and medium sized business (SMB) survey respondents from a recent Parks Associates survey said they were “highly likely” to use a broadband service provider for computer and IT tech support services. The research also revealed that phone and email tech support options are preferred to face-to-face service for 55-65% of U.S. SMBs.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 10:00

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Infonetics: Femtocell Sales Surged 66% Quarterly in 4Q

Femtocell sales surged 66% higher sequentially in 4Q 2012, as carrier deployments took root and expanded, according to the latest Femtocell Equipment report from Infonetics.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 10:30
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Keep Up in an Ever-changing Wireless Environment

Wireless backhaul can mean many things to many people. When you look at the evolution of wireless systems, you see the network changing drastically. The antenna array is getting smaller and the number of base stations are increasing. If statistics are your thing, in the US, we have a population of 315.5 million, while the number of wireless connections totaled almost 330 million (CTIA, 2011). How we are using our wireless devices is also changing. We no longer use our cell phone for basic voice or text services. Forty percent of mobile consumers over 18 in the US own smartphones (Nielsen Media Research, 2011), and that number is increasing exponentially because of our use of Pads, Tablets, and Books. The types of services are also changing; Distributed Antenna Systems, Hosted Suites, and WiFi Offloading are just a few of the services that are requiring us to look differently at backhaul.
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 14:00
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