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Newcastle Business Broadband

March 09, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers. For example internet access can be provided using different broadband technologies including satellite, cable, telephone wires, wireless or mobile connections. Factors to consider when purchasing A number of factors should be considered when purchasing business broadband services, including whether any additional services or

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Washington Business Broadband

March 06, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers. For example internet access can be provided using different broadband technologies including satellite, cable, telephone wires, wireless or mobile connections. The consequences of choosing the wrong access technology for your business could be an unnecessary bill running to tens of thousands of pounds.

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Virgin Business Broadband

March 06, 2015 by Alex Tough

“The project will run over the next five years, bringing speeds of 152Mbps to four million more UK homes.” Recently Virgin Media announced it would increase its fibre optic broadband reach to 17 million homes by 2020, up from 13 million. The company is already in the process of expanding its network to 110,000 homes across

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Sunderland Business Broadband

March 05, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers. For example internet access can be provided using different broadband technologies including satellite, cable, telephone wires, wireless or mobile connections. The consequences of choosing the wrong access technology for your business could be an unnecessary bill running to tens of thousands of pounds.

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Business Broadband Middlesbrough

March 05, 2015 by Alex Tough

“To help Middlesbrough businesses understand better about broadband types, we will explain each technique. This will help to get the best out of your Connection Vouchers!” There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access

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Business Broadband Newcastle

March 05, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access technology for your business could be an unnecessary bill running to tens of thousands of pounds. So to help Newcastle businesses understand better about broadband types,

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Business Broadband North Tyneside

March 05, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access technology for your business could be an unnecessary bill running to tens of thousands of pounds. So to help North Tyneside businesses understand better about broadband

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Business Broadband Washington

March 04, 2015 by Alex Tough

There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access technology for your business could be an unnecessary bill running to tens of thousands of pounds. So to help Washington businesses understand better about broadband types,

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Business Broadband Sunderland

March 04, 2015 by Alex Tough

“To help Sunderland businesses understand better about broadband types, we will explain each technique. This will help to get the best out of your Connection Vouchers!” There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access

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Business Broadband Gateshead

March 04, 2015 by Alex Tough

“To help Gateshead businesses understand better about broadband types, we will explain each technique. This will help to get the best out of your Connection Vouchers!” There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong access

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Business Broadband South Tyneside

March 04, 2015 by Alex Tough

“To help South Tyneside businesses understand better about broadband types, we will explain each technique. This will help to get the best out of your Connection Vouchers!” There’s an enormous range of acronym-heavy technologies available to business broadband customers – ADSL, SDSL,  and wireless to name but a few. The consequences of choosing the wrong

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Virgin Media Invest £3bn in UK broadband

February 23, 2015 by Alex Tough

Virgin Media has announced it is investing £3 billion in expanding its fibre optic broadband network and expand its reach from 13 million to 17 million homes. The company described the move as the biggest investment in the UK’s broadband infrastructure for more than a decade. The project will run over the next five years, bringing speeds

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London Underground Internet of Things – The Truth about Sensors

January 29, 2015 by Alex Tough

“We wanted to help rail organisations like London underground modernise the systems that monitor its critical assets, everything form escalators and lifts  to CCTV and communications networks.” The London Underground is one of the world’s oldest public transportation systems. Until recently, it was also an organizational mess. Duties for repairs and maintenance were spread among

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Sony Hack and Your IT Security Testing

January 14, 2015 by Alex Tough

Sony’s secure system was hacked late last year by an unknown source, the employees hacked screen involved a digital image of a skull with a message threatening to expose “secrets” from data acquired in a refined hack. Speculation throughout media suggested the hack was conducted due to the newly produced Sony Pictures movie “The Interview”, starring

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New Cisco Meraki MR72 and MR32 Access Points Hit the Street

December 09, 2014 by Al Yong

What’s the big deal? Today, Cisco Meraki announced the release of 2 new wireless access points, the MR72 and MR32. These devices fill some important gaps in their portfolio but shouldn’t be viewed simply as a gap filler. Both the Meraki MR72 and Meraki MR32 sport some exciting new capabilities. First of all, let’s talk

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The Cutting Edge: Week 6

September 03, 2014 by Anthony Tempest

Robo Brain to teach robots A large-scale computational system that learns from the internet, called Robo Brain, is currently downloading a significant amount of data. This includes approximately 1 billion images, 120,000 YouTube videos, and 100 million how-to documents and appliance manuals. This project aims to provide information that is stored in a robot friendly

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The Gigabit Race

September 01, 2014 by Anthony Tempest

The Bust It’s been four years since the National Broadband Plan was released, and now communities and carriers are deploying  next-gen infrastructure in order to bring gigabit internet speed to homes, universities, and businesses. Back in the 1990’s speculation was rife that the Internet would continue growing at unprecedented rates. Speculators spent billions laying miles

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The Cutting Edge: Week 5

August 27, 2014 by Anthony Tempest

The first 3-D printed face bones The FDA has now approved a 3-D printer, which can be used as an implant for skull bone replacement. The implant, called the OsteoFab Patient-Specific Facial Device (OPSFD), is a specialised hard plastic that is similar to bone. The plastic is printed to mimic the bone structure and function

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Cisco and The Internet of Everything

August 26, 2014 by Anthony Tempest

Here at Rymote, we love the Internet of Things. We realise it’s going to be the next big technological shift and it has huge implications for dozens of environments, including city planning, first responders, military, and health. The most recent International CES event, a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every

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The Cutting Edge: Week 4

August 20, 2014 by Anthony Tempest

Samsung Acquires SmartThings Samsung, ever at the forefront of innovation, has acquired SmartThings, a company whose product allows people to sync up connected gadgets to a single smartphone app and hardware hub. SmartThings cofounder and CEO, Alex Hawkinson said “From the beginning, our goal has been to make a platform every human being could use

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