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Mayo232014

China To Ramp Up Epidemic Vax System








Bulk Sampling on the Moriss Zone






The goal is to create a system that can supply vaccines for regular use and that has the capacity to cope with epidemics. Officials say the system should be set up by 2015 and expect it will accommodate "major epidemic situations as quickly and effectively as those found in developed countries"5 years later,according to Xinhuanet. It will provide not only increased vaccine production capacity but also improved epidemic monitoring and additional R&D, the report says. Although China uses the current epidemic-response capabilities of developed countries as a benchmark, it may want to shoot a bit higher. The Chinese goals are similar to those of the U.S. , as outlined in the 2010 National Vaccine Plan. It also calls for surge capacity during epidemics, faster manufacturing via new, non-egg-based production processes and additional R&D. Earlier this year, the U.S. Government Accountability Office calculated U.S.
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VAX (Virtual Address eXtension)






Comprised of 3 mining concessions, 80 mining claims and cells, covering an area of more than 2,600 hectares, the Galloway project is one of the most important project in the Rouyn-Noranda mining camp. This project contains more than 10 gold showings including the Moriss, GP and Hendrick. These 3 showings were drilled extensively in the recent past. The management believes that the Moriss, GP and Hendrick zones (forming the Golden Triangle) can be connected. If this is the case, the gold potential will be significant. The Hurd zone, located 1.5 kilometre east of the GP zone also offers an interesting gold potential for a heap leaching operation. The initial tests performed by URSTM of Rouyn-Noranda, showed a recovery of 45.3 % to 92.5 %, depending on the granulometry used. Management plans to do a striping campaign on this zone in order to test the competence of the host rock as well as to proceed with additional lab tests (column tests) to have more data to evaluate the gold recovery potential by heap leaching.
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DEC indicates that over 250,000 VAX systems are in use. As of October, 1996, models were in the $18,000 to 46,000 price range. Based on VMS, its operating system is called OpenVMS . Among other features, OpenVMS can be used with special software that facilitates its use with Windows NT servers. OpenVMS also supports the open standard Portable Operating System Interface set of commands and C language programming interface, effectively making it both a VMS system and a UNIX system. Eric S.
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Central Vacuum Systems NZ | Integral Vax






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Broadcaster to retire 'young' VAX systems






"They also run a set of cataloguing databases for video and audio content, and a speciality application for rights management." Barrett said the VAX systems have been in place at the ABC since 1985 and replaced older DEC machines like the Systems 20. DEC is now part of Hewlett-Packard (HP) "They ran quite smoothly for years," he said. "The ABC had a view of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' and the VAXs were reliable and stable but constrained. However, it continues to be a mission-critical system which is used every day to put programs to air." In the late 1990s an Outlook front-end was put on the DEC email system but, according to Barrett, it didn't provide all the functionality of Exchange. "Our reasons for change include a loss or decline in support, the greater cost of support and the functionality of the system," he said. "Also, we want to migrate our cataloguing databases to a CMS, or digital asset management, application." HP supports the VAX systems, and although the ABC doesn't have a formal supply agreement for its servers, it has tended to stick with "merged" vendors. In the immediate term, the cataloguing application will be ported to the production AlphaServers running Unix which have been "modernized" with Web front-ends and integrated applications. "Our Alpha systems are two to three years old but we want to do our development for HP-UX or Linux on Intel," Barrett said. "Our aim is to become system agnostic with our CMS." A test system has now been set up with the cut over expected to be done sometime this year. "In the longer term, we will be taking our applications and re-developing or purchasing them," Barrett said. "We could port the rights management application to the Alpha but we are looking at the market." Although admitting both the VAX and Alpha systems are a "legacy" for the ABC's future plans for its IT, Barrett said their value and longevity should not be disregarded.
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VAX pursuing packages and agents






TriSept operates the VAX VacationAccess site. Before the addition of dynamic packaging, the extent of VAX's capabilities was to enable agents to book standardized packages that use blocked inventory. The site provides a booking channel for 20 suppliers, including the vacation packaging brands of Mark Travel and Certified Vacations, as well as Carnival Cruise Lines and Club Med. In October 2000, TriSept tried to expand the platform to include escorted tours by bringing Mayflower Tours into the system. But in early 2003, Mayflower pulled out, leaving VAX without an escorted tour operator. "The volume wasn't there," said Mayflower chief operating officer Nish Patel. "It was hard for people to book us and not call us. With the escorted tour business, there is so much to know, so many questions, such as what to wear on day three at dinner. Is it formal? People would book on the site and still call us." An additional problem was that Mayflower's air-inclusive bookings were still done in the traditional tour operator manner using seat blocks, which required the air component to be added manually in an extra operation. But even without escorted tours, and before dynamic packaging, Trisept CEO Ische said the VAX product is growing in popularity as a free alternative to the GDSs.
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Mayo132014

Wireless Networks In Schools Dangerous? - Parentdish








Five key steps to upgrading your wireless network | eSchool News | eSchool News




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Apparently, a Secretary of a teacher's professional association has said that wireless technology has been linked with loss of concentration, headaches, tiredness, and memory loss. There are also claims of a link to long-term risk of cancer. Scary. The majority of primary and secondary schools in the UK have no introduced wi-fi technology in their computer labs, but opponents argue that children are more vulnerable to electro-magnetic radiation because of their thin skulls and developing nervous systems. I'm skeptical, but I'll still be watching for further reports on the issue. It seems like every household item is a lurking danger these days, but I would hate to give up my wireless. Ask Us Anything About Parenting Type your question here... More Related Questions TheTalkies:RelatedVideos Chicago Public Schools Getting $24 Million in Upgrades Seven schools in Chicago's East Garfield Park neighborhood will get $24 million to pay for projects like wireless internet access, new engineering labs and media classrooms. Bring Your Own Tech Programs Charge Up Students While some children are banned from using cell phones or iPads at school, there is a growing trend of schools embracing technology and developing Bring Your Own Device programs that encourage http://broubtrall.xanga.com/775398124/multi-level-marketing-lead-and-the-successful-company-home-builder/ students to bring their wireless devices to school. (May 29) Obama, Tech Companies To Get More Devices Into U.S.
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Bring Your Own Tech Programs Charge Up Students

In early February, President Obama made a $3 billion commitment to improve internet access in the nations schools to meet the new technology standards required by Common Core online testing. Approximately $2 billion of that funding is earmarked for an FCC imperative to provide high-speed broadband internet access to 15,000 schools. And private-sector companiesamong them Apple, Microsoft, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizonhave pledged $1 billion in free and discounted products, connectivity, and professional development. While this is no doubt cause for celebration, it marks the beginning of a very long road to fully realizing the benefits for education. This funding could cause a tremendous leap in the quality of education for U.S. children, helping them better compete in a world economy when they enter the workforce. However, if not properly put into place, it could result in a debacle on par with the Healthcare.gov rolloutand a squandering of educational opportunities for the countrys students. Implementation of wireless infrastructure to support online testing will be a significant hurdle, as 70 percent of K-12 schools currently lack the wireless network performance or wired broadband internet connectivity needed to make this a success, according to EducationSuperhighway.org . Compounding the problem is a new wireless standard , 802.11ac, which should be considered as part of any new infrastructure upgrade. Combined, these challenges are giving many school IT personnel a serious headache. Here are five key steps that school administrators must take when building out their wireless networks.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.eschoolnews.com/2014/04/08/upgrading-wireless-network-236/




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Mayo132014

Wireless Networks In Schools Dangerous? - Parentdish








Five key steps to upgrading your wireless network | eSchool News | eSchool News




wireless

Apparently, a Secretary of a teacher's professional association has said that wireless technology has been linked with loss of concentration, headaches, tiredness, and memory loss. There are also claims of a link to long-term risk of cancer. Scary. The majority of primary and secondary schools in the UK have no introduced wi-fi technology in their computer labs, but opponents argue that children are more vulnerable to electro-magnetic radiation because of their thin skulls and developing nervous systems. I'm skeptical, but I'll still be watching for further reports on the issue. It seems like every household item is a lurking danger these days, but I would hate to give up my wireless. Ask Us Anything About Parenting Type your question here... More Related Questions TheTalkies:RelatedVideos Chicago Public Schools Getting $24 Million in Upgrades Seven schools in Chicago's East Garfield Park neighborhood will get $24 million to pay for projects like wireless internet access, new engineering labs and media classrooms. Bring Your Own Tech Programs Charge Up Students While some children are banned from using cell phones or iPads at school, there is a growing trend of schools embracing technology and developing Bring Your Own Device programs that encourage http://broubtrall.xanga.com/775398124/multi-level-marketing-lead-and-the-successful-company-home-builder/ students to bring their wireless devices to school. (May 29) Obama, Tech Companies To Get More Devices Into U.S.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.parentdish.com/2007/08/02/wireless-networks-in-schools-dangerous/








Bring Your Own Tech Programs Charge Up Students

In early February, President Obama made a $3 billion commitment to improve internet access in the nations schools to meet the new technology standards required by Common Core online testing. Approximately $2 billion of that funding is earmarked for an FCC imperative to provide high-speed broadband internet access to 15,000 schools. And private-sector companiesamong them Apple, Microsoft, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizonhave pledged $1 billion in free and discounted products, connectivity, and professional development. While this is no doubt cause for celebration, it marks the beginning of a very long road to fully realizing the benefits for education. This funding could cause a tremendous leap in the quality of education for U.S. children, helping them better compete in a world economy when they enter the workforce. However, if not properly put into place, it could result in a debacle on par with the Healthcare.gov rolloutand a squandering of educational opportunities for the countrys students. Implementation of wireless infrastructure to support online testing will be a significant hurdle, as 70 percent of K-12 schools currently lack the wireless network performance or wired broadband internet connectivity needed to make this a success, according to EducationSuperhighway.org . Compounding the problem is a new wireless standard , 802.11ac, which should be considered as part of any new infrastructure upgrade. Combined, these challenges are giving many school IT personnel a serious headache. Here are five key steps that school administrators must take when building out their wireless networks.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.eschoolnews.com/2014/04/08/upgrading-wireless-network-236/




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Mayo012014

Nyu Wireless And Straight Path Spectrum Team Up To Address Escalating Demand For Bandwidth











"We are happy to be working closely with Straight Path," said Professor Theodore (Ted) Rappaport , NYU WIRELESS director and founder. "Straight Path is dedicated to maximizing the value of the millimeter wave spectrum to help mobile network operators and Internet service providers provide the backhaul and, eventually, mobility that will be required for wireless networks of the future. I am confident that Straight Path will gain value by becoming part of the ecosystem at NYU WIRELESS, and it will bring a unique perspective to our center. Our students will benefit from the technological insights and experiences that Straight Path brings." Rappaport holds the David Lee/Ernst Weber Chair in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering, as well as appointments at NYU's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and in the Department of Radiology at NYU Langone Medical Center. NYU WIRELESS includes more than 20 faculty and 100 graduate students and focuses on research and teaching in the fields of wireless communications systems, signals, and antennas at the millimeter wave frequency bands, as well as activities in the medical and computing areas. The center's research strives for results that will lead to more than a thousand-fold increase in the data capacity of mobile devices in the coming yearsparticularly good news because demand for capacity reportedly doubles annually due to steadily increasing levels of gaming, Web browsing, and music and video streaming on those devices. "Straight Path's national holdingsespecially in top marketsare important to the realization of a thousand-fold data capacity increase," Jonas added. "Ted Rappaport and the NYU WIRELESS researchers are developing the next generation of wireless technology.
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Schools Hooked Up with Wireless Internet after Long Wait [The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho :: ]




SmartVoice

If their network meets specifications, they can possibly receive state funding for it, McGrath said. At Jerome High School, wireless equipment was installed in March. But district Superintendent Dale Layne said they're considering putting in their own system. It would work better because the high school would be on the same system as Jerome's other schools, he said, which already have wireless Internet. In Richfield, equipment was installed at least a month ago. The wireless is useable, but "the bandwidth is very minimal," Smith said. McGrath said it's not uncommon for districts to need more bandwidth than expected. The state will work with vendors to address those needs, she said. Smith said he's hoping wireless will be fully functional by mid-May.
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After state delay, wireless getting to schools - Washington Times






The service is covered under a $2.25 million a year state contract with Education Networks of America. More than 80 percent of Idahos public high schools are participating. Under the contract, the deadline to install equipment was March 15, but by February only about half the schools that signed up had had the HP servers UK equipment installed. McGrath says its not uncommon for districts to need more bandwidth than expected, and the state will work with vendors to address those needs. Richfield Superintendent Mike Smith compared his districts bandwidth situation to installing irrigation equipment on farmland. We have the pivot, but just dont have the water here yet, Smith said. Smith said hes hoping wireless will be fully functional by mid-May. The kindergarten through eighth-grade building already has wireless, which the school funds.
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Avr212014

How To Install A Secure Wireless Network In Your Facility








Wireless network opens doors for N Cape learners






You have to look at how many clients youre building for and where they will be. You need to plan so youll be able to provide enough bandwidth, for example, to stream video to a class of 30 laptops. 4. Building materials: Another consideration is your buildings makeup. Wireless will not penetrate metal, which is often found in older buildings. Newer construction, particularly LEED-certified, presents other challenges: wireless and cellular wreak havoc, and reflective glass can impede wireless coverage. Mary Ann Beseda, technology director at Spring Independent School District in Houston, Texas, had difficulty with her schools cinderblock walls. Theres a difference with how RF [radio frequency] goes through todays buildings versus those built in the 70s, she says. Music rooms can also present challenges. You can be standing outside the door and unable to get access because of soundproof 3G bonded networks walls. Next up is figuring out where to put access points.
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The district considered many vendors as part of itsbid evaluation process and decided on a wireless network solution from Aerohive Networks because it wascost-effective, met all of the district's feature requirements and could expandwith anticipated network growth. The district implemented more than 13,000 Aerohive access points in its schoolsand administrative offices. The district uses AP121 accesspoints in classrooms to support a wide variety of mobile devices; AP330 accesspoints in media centers, gyms, cafeterias and auditoriums to provide highercapacity in those areas; and AP170 accesspoints in outdoor areas and sports facilities. The district also implementedAerohive's HiveManager Network Management System (NMS) in a private cloud to enable theIT team to manage the entire network from a central location. The district's new Aerohive network currently supports 125,000 devices, anumber that is expected to grow as the district expands its 1-to-1 program. Thesame architecture supports three separate networks within the network: one foremployees, one for students and one for guests.
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Palm Beach County Upgrades Wi-Fi To Support Digital Learning -- THE Journal






A Grade 9 learner from nearby Iketletso Middle School, Thato Kgosierileng, expressed his excitement at having access to the internet. Now am able to search for information on the computer without having to go to the library, he said. Thato, who started using a computer for the first time at school, said the few hours he had spent on a computer were very informative. With a computer, one can do a lot of things within a short space of time, he said. A teacher at Learamele, Boitshoko Bannane, said the use of computers will expand learning possibilities. This will help learners conduct research. I have also noticed that the learners have developed a great deal of interest in learning using computers, he said. Education District Director Vuyisile Teise said the introduction of computers would improve the learning process.
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