Ssl Qualifies As Potential Provider Of Hosted Payloads To U.s. Government – Yahoo Finance

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Maggie Stremel, of Chicago, works from her laptop, June 26, 2014, while waiting for the Amtrak to Chicago, at Stone Creek Coffee in Milwaukee, where they have a very liberal Wi-Fi policy. (Gary Porter/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/MCT)

As a leading manufacturer of commercial satellites with 74 GEO satellites currently on orbit, and in partnership with MDA which has a long history of LEO satellite experience, including the RADARSAT Earth observation satellites for the Canadian Space Agency, SSL is well-positioned to help both telecommunications satellite operators and Government agencies benefit from the cost and schedule efficiencies of a shared platform. SSL has already demonstrated its leadership in working with U.S. Government agencies to integrate payloads onto commercial satellites, such as the U.S. Defense Department’s joint capability technology demonstration (JCTD) of an Internet Router In Space (IRIS), which was hosted on a satellite that SSL built for Intelsat. Currently, SSL is working with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to place a Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD), as a hosted payload, on a commercial satellite to be built by SSL and projected for launch in 2017. SSL is working with its commercial customers to identify an appropriate host satellite for the demonstration. The HoPS IDIQ contract is intended to establish a pool of candidates that can provide rapid and flexible means for the government to acquire commercial hosting capabilities for government payloads. As one of the awardees, SSL will be eligible to compete for commercial Firm-Fixed Price (FFP) studies and future mission delivery orders over the five-year ordering period of the contract, up to a maximum value of $494.5 million. About SSL SSL has a long history of delivering reliable satellites and spacecraft systems for commercial and government customers around the world.
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and our home/portable router business is providing a growing base of revenues, said Georges Karam, Sequans CEO. During Q2,weadded several new design wins for routers and M2M applications, and we are in advanced discussions on a number of others, including several mobile computing opportunities. The new Colibri platform introduced in June has been gaining a lot of traction, especially among module manufacturers. Looking ahead, we see a growing pipeline of follow-on design wins and new carrier opportunities in the U.S., APAC, and the rest of the world, concluded Dr.
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Sequans Communications Announces Second Quarter 2014 Financial Results – Yahoo Finance

Done Bit Stew Systems Unveils MIx Core(TM) 8.0 Designed to Power Machine Intelligence for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Application processing engine offers resiliency, scale, speed, and security Bit Stew Systems 2 hours ago 0 shares Content preferences Done MOUNTIAN VIEW, Calif., July 22, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – Bit Stew Systems Inc., a world-leading provider of integrated, real-time network operations for the utility industry, unveils an application processing engine specifically designed to enable machine intelligence for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). MIx Core, the engine that powers the popular Grid Director(TM) platform, incorporates leading edge technology that delivers adaptive stream computing, complex event processing, high-speed data analytics, and sophisticated machine-to-machine learning. This application processing engine efficiently and effectively scales from embedded devices on the edge of communications networks through to cloud computing. Kevin Collins, CEO of Bit Stew Systems says, “MIx Core is the heart of the technology behind the Grid Director platform. Bit Stew has been perfecting the MIx Core technology for several years and this version will incorporate a sophisticated data streaming and data parallelization processor that brings a whole new level of intelligence for our customers.” Kevin adds, “This latest innovation by our company significantly improves performance for visualization frameworks and the intelligent filtering of massive amounts of data in real-time from connected devices on the Industrial Internet.” Harnessing Cisco’s IOx platform Bit Stew’s MIx Core harnesses Cisco’s IOx platform and successfully operates on a number of Cisco hardware devices including the Connected Grid Router (CGR). MIx Core enables Grid Director to run at the edge of the network and is a significant advantage for organizations that are dealing with complex communication networks that support substation automation, distribution automation and distributed energy resources. Cisco is promoting IOx as part of its Fog strategy for computing at the edge of the network.
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Bit Stew Systems Unveils MIx Core(TM) 8.0 Designed to Power Machine Intelligence for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – Yahoo Finance

AT&T, Verizon and other telecom providers have set up thousands of hot spots for their customers, partly because it takes some of the pressure off their cellular phone networks. Comcast Corp., which has some cable and Internet presence in Wisconsin, recently launched a system that will turn millions of its customers home wireless routers units provided by the company into a big network of Wi-Fi hot spots. The hot spots are designed primarily to provide visitors to a Comcast customers home the ability to access the Internet without having to use that customers password.
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