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This router can power your devices wirelessly from 20 feet away

Energous WattUp wireless charging an iPhone 6

Garden art, including simple directions for stepping stones, wind chimes and luminaries made from old soup cans. Garden gadgets, featuring toad houses, compost bins, bird feeders, rain barrels and cold frames. All the directions are simple but detailed, and all are accompanied by helpful photos.
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The main benefit Energous touts is mobility, and true to his word, Leabman was able to move freely around the show home, with the software automatically choosing which transmitter was best-placed to pipe power to his smartphone. The handover was near-instantaneous, and very reminiscent of how a tablet or laptop can switch between WiFi transmitters on the fly. Because there aren’t yet any devices that directly integrate the WattUp technology, the phones were receiving power through modified battery cases, and there was no wearable demo on offer. With the size of the chips, though, there’s nothing stopping a Samsung or an Apple from adding the tech to its devices in the coming years. These are early days for Energous. It’s made a lot of progress since its formation in 2012, shrinking its transmitters from the size of a coffee table to that of an oversized router. Instead of producing and managing routers, chips and software itself, it’s looking to license it out to other companies to integrate into their devices.
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Coriant and Agile Networks Partner to Increase Speed and Reliability of Carrier Transport and Last-Mile Network Across Ohio – Yahoo Finance

5, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled end-to-end transport solutions, today announced that it has been selected to develop a carrier transport and last-mile network for Agile Networks, a telecommunications company headquartered in Canton, Ohio. Agile Networks is deploying the Coriant(TM) 8600 Smart Router Series and the Coriant(TM) 8000 Intelligent Network Manager (INM), which will serve as the foundation for “The Agile Network” — a scalable and robust network that provides fiber-grade wireless data services to metro and rural markets across the state of Ohio. “The Agile Network” is engineered to fulfill the stringent safety specifications required by U.S.
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