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2014: A Building Space Odyssey

November 1, 2004

Pretend for a moment that it is Dec. 30, 2014 and you are in a meeting with members of the communications IT department of a major bank and the tenant services department of a major commercial real estate firm.

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Tektronix tests TD-SCDMA

October 26, 2004

Test and measurement vendor Tektronix Inc. today announced additional support for China’s Time Division-Synchronous…

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Mitec re-aligns global R&D activities

October 21, 2004

Mitec Telecom Inc. announced today the consolidation of its research and development (R&D) activities into two site…

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Agilent releases Active Test OSS for wireless push e-mail

October 13, 2004

Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced Active Test OSS, a device that allows service providers to test the avail…

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Head of Siemon Labs receives IEC leadership appointment

October 8, 2004

Daniel Mullin, manager of Siemon Labs, has been appointed to a four-year term as Technical Advisor (TA) to Internat…

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EXFO unveils Sonet/SDH analyzer

October 6, 2004

EXFO Electro-Optical Engineering Inc. announced today the launch of the FTB-8100 series for the installation, commi…

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Alcatel launches Metro Span

September 27, 2004

Alcatel today announced enhancements to its metro optical portfolio that the company says will help service provide…

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BMO Financial Group to build new technology facility in Barrie

September 15, 2004

BMO Financial Group today announced it has signed an agreement to purchase land owned by the City of Barrie to buil…

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Systimax AirSpeed extends network with wireless connectivity

September 1, 2004

Systimax Solutions has introduced an enterprise wireless LAN offering called the AirSpeed, which allows organizations to deploy a wireless system at the same time they install the general LAN infrastructure.

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A remote powering primer

September 1, 2004

I am frequently asked to provide guidance on the use of 4-pair telecommunications cabling for remote powering and control of electrical devices such as security cameras, different sensors, access controllers and alarms.