Home Telus teams with Eseye for IoT boost Tags Author Telus tapped IoT specialist Eseye to provide a platform which will allow the operator to provide global coverage to its customers, and invested CAD26.3 million ($20.7 million) to help grow the UK-based company.Dubbed Telus Global Connect, the platform will provide access to 700 cellular IoT networks across 190 countries, with localised connectivity said to enable lower latency, higher availability and improved resilience.It will also offer options for integration with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure for customers seeking tie-in to cloud-based services.Mike Cihra, Telus VP of IoT, stated the move “acknowledges the global nature and requirements of so many of our customers’ operations and is a clear signal of our intention to invest to satisfy those”.Telus said Eseye plans to use its investment to boost product development, and expand sales and marketing activities.The operator added 88,000 connected devices (including tablets and IoT) in Q4 2020, up from 28,000 in the comparable 2019 period, taking its total to 1.8 million.During its Q4 earnings call, Telus president of mobility solutions Jim Senko said its connected device mix was increasingly skewed toward IoT, adding “this category is growing and it’s going to become more and more important” as 5G rollouts continue.Telus launched its LTE-M service in October 2018. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Telus launches connected agriculture division Diana Goovaerts AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore5 18 FEB 2021 Related Telus to raise $1B as Canada 5G battle hots up Previous ArticleZTE celebrates the World Radio Day (WRD)Next ArticleHuawei stakes claim to half of global 5G networks Telus taps Google Cloud for 5G, MEC Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more cellular IoTTelus
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Share LinkedIn The ability to rapidly stop a behavior is critical for everyday functioning — allowing people crossing the street to freeze if a car surprises them, to not reach for their phone when it vibrates in their pocket during a meeting or, in the case of a batter, to stop from swinging at a bad pitch. A better understanding of the cognitive mechanics behind what’s known as reactive inhibition could help people suffering from neurological conditions where such control is diminished — everything from Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and normal aging.Scientists had assumed the ability to stop a planned behavior occurred in the basal ganglia, an area in the brain responsible for a variety of motor control functions including the ability to start an action or a behavior. This study demonstrates, however, that the stop response happens in the basal forebrain, a part of the brain best known for regulating sleep, but also recognized as a site for early neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease.The researchers trained rats to play a game: If the rats quickly moved after hearing a tone, they got a treat. The rats were also rewarded if they stopped moving when a light flashed. All the while, the team monitored the rats for electrical signals in the basal forebrain.The researchers trained rats to move quickly to get a treat. After hearing a tone, the rats would rush into a new port to lick sucrose water. But, when the tone was followed by a flash of light, the rats would have to immediately stay in place to get a treat. In other words, when the light flashed, the rule of reward reversed — instead of moving quickly to get reward, the rats had to cancel that planned response and stay still to get their treat.While the rats performed the tasks, the team monitored the activity of individual basal forebrain neurons. The researchers were also able to get the rats to stop without using the flash of light by stimulating the same neurons with a small pulse of electricity.“In the lab, we were able to manipulate these neurons, which caused rats to stop their behavior even though they had no reason to do so,” said lead author Jeffrey D. Mayse, who conducted the research as a Johns Hopkins doctoral student and is now a postdoctoral fellow at Brown University.“Understanding how these cells are involved in this form of self-control expands our knowledge of the normal brain circuits involved in everyday decision-making,” he said, “and will be absolutely critical to developing future treatments and therapies for diseases and disorders with impaired reactive inhibition as a symptom.” You’re about to drive through an intersection when the light suddenly turns red. But you’re able to slam on the brakes, just in time.Johns Hopkins University researchers, working with scientists at the National Institute on Aging, have revealed the precise nerve cells that allow the brain to make this type of split-second change of course. In the latest issue of the journal Nature Neuroscience, the team shows that these feats of self-control happen when neurons in the basal forebrain are silenced.“The study discovered a new role for basal forebrain neurons in the control of action,” said Michela Gallagher, the Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins. “This work opens the door to novel approaches focused on this circuit in certain neurological and psychiatric conditions that affect basic cognitive functions of the brain.” Pinterest Share on Facebook Email Share on Twitter
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD – The Marshfield boys soccer team went 1-0-1 Saturday at the Marshfield Invitational at Griese Park.The Tigers tied Hortonville 1-1 and routed Holmen 9-1 to get back to the .500 mark at 6-6-2.Thomas Kruger scored Marshfield’s only goal in the tie with Hortonville at the 20:03 mark. Hortonville’s goal came from Jake Buhler in the 8th minute.Seven different Tigers scored in the victory over Holmen.Alex Sainterme and Hunter McManus each had two goals and an assist, and Jake Limmex, Alex Babinski, Ryan Hayes, Luke McCann and Nick Okon also scored for the Tigers.Marshfield held a 21-1 advantage in shots on goal.Marshfield plays at Wisconsin Rapids on Tuesday and at Wausau West on Thursday as it gets back to Wisconsin Valley Conference action.Hortonville won the other game of the tournament, beating Holmen 2-0.Marshfield 1, Hortonville 1Hortonville 1 0 – 1Marshfield 1 0 – 1First half: 1. H, Jake Buhler, 7:29; 2. M, Thomas Kruger, 20:03.Shots on goal: Hortonville 8; Marshfield 10.Corner kicks: Hortonville 1; Marshfield 13.Saves: H, Mason Guyette 7; M, Trevyn Tham 7.Records: Hortonville 6-2-3; Marshfield 5-6-2.—Marshfield 9, Holmen 1Holmen 0 1 – 1Marshfield 6 3 – 9First half: 1. M, Hunter McManus, 5:54; 2. M, Alex Sainterme (Ryan Hayes), 14:34; 3. M, Sainterme (McManus), 17:14; 4. M, McManus (Sainterme), 23:37; 5. M, Jake Limmex (Hayes), 28:56; 6. M, Alex Babinski (Kruger), 43:21.Second half: 7. M, Hayes (Limmex), 46:25; 8. M, Luke McCann, 62:38; 9. M, Nick Okon (McCann), 72:26; 10. H, Jarod Buros, 75:06.Shots on goal: Holmen 1; Marshfield 21.Saves: H, Jeffery Young 9; M, Tham 0.Records: Holmen 4-4-2; Marshfield 6-6-2. (Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com).
Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… klint finley Tags:#enterprise#mobile Related Posts 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now If you still think Apple isn’t taking the enterprise seriously you’d better think again: Apple has hired at least five former RIM sales staff in the past in the past 18 months. The Wall Street Journal discovered the defections on LinkedIn, and Apple confirmed that each of the employees the Journal found are indeed Apple employees.Here’s the list:Paul Alvarez Was: Global Strategic Account Manager at RIM Is: Enterprise iPad & iPhone Sales Rep for Canada at AppleJoe Bartlett Was: Senior Global Sales Manage at RIM. Is: iOS (iPhone and iPad) Enterprise Sales Rep – New England at ApplePeter Decker Was: Global Account Manager at RIM. Is: iPhone Sales Rep Greater New York City Area at AppleSteve Marshall Was: Global Strategic Account Manager at RIM. Is: iPhone Sales Rep Greater New York City Area at AppleGeoff Perfect Was: Head of Strategic Sales at RIM. Is: Apple Head of Enterprise iPhone SalesThere could be others, these are just the ones the Journal found on LinkedIn.Apple has been seen as ambivalent to the enterprise in the past. Steve Jobs said earlier this year:What I love about the consumer market that I always hated about the enterprise market is that we come up with a product, we try to tell everybody about it, and every person votes for themselves. They go yes or no. And if enough of them say yes, we get to come to work tomorrow. You know? That’s how it works. It’s really simple. That’s why in the enterprise market it’s not so simple. The people that use the products don’t decide for themselves. And the people that make those decisions sometimes are confused. We love just trying to make the best product in the world for people, and having them tell us by how they vote with their wallets whether we’re on track or not.The iPhone and the iPad are actually part of what’s causing that dichotomy between the consumer market and the enterprise to change. Both Apple’s desktop and iOS device enterprise sales have surged this year. The biggest contributor to iOS’s success in the enterprise has been employees bringing their devices from home to work.Apple improved enterprise support for iOS devices earlier this year. Bringing in experience mobile enterprise sales staff is a logical way to compliment that investment. Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair
CCH Tax Day ReportA stop-gap spending bill to keep the IRS and federal government open after September 30 failed to clear a Senate hurdle on September 27. The continuing resolution (CR) introduced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., needed 60 votes to end debate on the measure and advance to further Senate consideration. The vote was 45 to 55; a vote to reconsider also failed.The CR would generally maintain funding for government agencies, including the IRS, at current levels through December 9 (TAXDAY, 2016/09/27, C.1). “This 10-week funding bill need not be, as some Democratic leaders seem to wish, some titanic struggle for the ages,” McConnell said on the Senate floor. Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., said that Democrats are ready to pass a stop-gap spending bill but the measure must be free of “poison pill” riders.White HouseAlthough President Obama considered the bill to contain attractive elements, he was disappointed in the measure as a whole, according to White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest.” It’s not at all clear to me that President Obama is prepared to sign this bill because he believes that Congress has got more work to do,” Earnest said. Congress will need to pass a funding bill before September 30 to avoid a federal government shutdown.By Jessica Jeane, Wolters Kluwer News Staff
Wei had an easy 15-3 win in the first game, but the Wei had an easy 15-3 win in the first game, but the gritty Chennai player, a seasoned shuttler from Indonesia, gave a stiff resistance and went on to win the second game 15-12. Wei, however, had the last laugh with a 15-8 win in the deciding game. Lee Chong Wei said: “A very good match and I enjoyed it. First game went as per my game-plans as I managed to dominate the game. Sony Dwi came very strongly in the second game and gave a tough fight to take the game. He surprised me with his attacking skills and quick returns. In the third game, I just kept calm and concentrated on my strategies, which yielded positive result in my favour.” Hyderabads P Kashyap, a Commonwealth gold medallist, disappointed again in the PBL as he lost to Simon Santoso of Chennai 12-15 12-15. It was a clash of equals as both Kashyap and Santoso tried to outsmart each other. Santoso, a seasoned player from Indonesia, appeared determined not to let his Indian opponent gain an upper hand. The last match of the day — the Trump match of Hyderabad — was the mens doubles in which Carsten Mogensen-Markis Kido of Hyderabad beat Chris Adcock-Pranav Chopra of Chennai 15-12 15-13. PTI SJR PDS PDS