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Displaying items by tag: Global Networks

Sunday, 25 November 2007 16:55

Internet to go down in 2010?

A new report from the Nemertes Research Group has studied the Internet’s infrastructure and analyzed usage patterns to predict that Internet usage by consumers and corporations could ‘outstrip network capacity’ worldwide in just over two years, requiring massive financial investment. Will the Internet survive?
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Saturday, 24 November 2007 23:08

EU agrees to publicly fund Galileo satellite project

The Galileo positioning system, which is a European Union project, that, when completed, will be a global navigational satellite system and, thus, a competitor of the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS). It will be funded with public funds after private investors refused to further fund the project.        
Published in Space
Saturday, 17 November 2007 01:31

Verizon Wireless & Vodafone form global partnership

Vodafone which operates mobile networks in 25 countries, has teamed up with US cellular operator, Verizon Wireless, to offer business customers a more consistent approach to services and pricing across different countries. Curiously, the announcement makes no mention of Verizon Business, the arm of Verizon that operates worldwide serving global multinationals and other large businesses.
Published in Cornered!




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