Technology

Red Hat Releases Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5; Radhesh Balakrishnan Comments

Red Hat has launched the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5, the latest enterprise release of the company’s cloud platform offering that uses the OpenStack Icehouse open source technology. The company said Tuesday the platform comes with a three-year support life cycle from its global support services team and partner ecosystem and works to integrate with …

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Frost & Sullivan: APAC Region’s Telecom Providers Eye New Business Models

A new study from Frost & Sullivan — Global Assessment of Telecommunications Service Providers in Healthcare — indicates that some telecommunication service providers have been able to achieve success in establishing working business models in the healthcare market. Telecommunication providers are looking to be active participants in driving technology in healthcare — as …

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Glympse Gains $12M from Investors to Increase Presence of Real-time Location Sharing Tech

Glympse announced Tuesday that they have secured $12 million in financing from new investors UMC Capital and Verizon Ventures, as well as existing investors Ignition Partners, Menlo Ventures and Naya Ventures. The company’s total capital now stands at nearly $20 million, their applications collecting a number of industry awards for innovative technology and …

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Pitney Bowes to Provide Australian Community With Cloud-Based Info System; Brett de Chastel Comments

Pitney Bowes will provide its MapInfo technology to Queensland, Australia’s Noosa Shire Council as a geographic information systems platform for programs on planning, environment and emergency response, among others. GeoCommunity Spatial News reported Friday the cloud-based MapInfo Stratus mapping offering is expected to provide the community with 24/7 access to services from any location. “The Pitney Bowes MapInfo solution will …

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FAA Approves Texas A&M Corpus Christi UAS to Survey Campus; Kathryn Funk-Baxter Comments

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will use its unmanned aircraft system platform to map both main campus and Momentum campus infrastructure after receiving approval from the Federal Aviation Administration. The “Island University” said Friday that its geographic information science and geospatial surveying engineering students have helped with projects in areas such as utility mapping and …

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