Global Mobile VoIP Industry (2020 to 2027) – Market Trajectory & Analytics –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Mobile VoIP – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to’s offering.

The publisher brings years of research experience to the 8th edition of this report. The 132-page report presents concise insights into how the pandemic has impacted production and the buy side for 2020 and 2021. A short-term phased recovery by key geography is also addressed.

Global Mobile VoIP Market to Reach $183.7 Billion by 2027

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the global market for Mobile VoIP estimated at US$46.9 Billion in the year 2020, is projected to reach a revised size of US$183.7 Billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 21.5% over the analysis period 2020-2027.

Android OS, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is projected to record a 21% CAGR and reach US$109.5 Billion by the end of the analysis period. After an early analysis of the business

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Cogeco Communications (TSE:CCA) Hits New 52-Week High on Analyst Upgrade

Cogeco Communications Inc (TSE:CCA)’s stock price reached a new 52-week high on Thursday after National Bank Financial raised their price target on the stock from C$112.00 to C$132.00. National Bank Financial currently has an outperform rating on the stock. Cogeco Communications traded as high as C$132.00 and last traded at C$114.27, with a volume of 975806 shares changing hands. The stock had previously closed at C$99.35.

Several other research firms have also recently weighed in on CCA. Canaccord Genuity raised their target price on shares of Cogeco Communications from C$93.00 to C$96.00 in a research note on Wednesday, June 3rd. TD Securities raised shares of Cogeco Communications from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating and lifted their price objective for the stock from C$110.00 to C$115.00 in a research report on Wednesday. CIBC lifted their price objective on shares of Cogeco Communications from C$110.00 to C$111.00 in a research

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High Performance Computing Systems Moving – Office of Information Technology

by Lacy Fenn · August 12, 2020

The Cyber-Infrastructure Research Computing team in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) recently completed the move of its High Performance Computing systems, Europa and Ganymede, to the Arlington Regional Data Center (ARDC). The ARDC is one of three UT System data centers governed by the UT Shared Data Center (SDC) group on behalf of the UT System.

The growth of the new HPC system, Europa, will allow researchers the ability to increase their scientific calculations to 8,000 cores and over 167 terabytes of ram. The service is provided to researchers at UTD free of charge. In addition to the providing the Europa system to UTD researchers, the CI team also moved its existing system, Ganymede to the ARDC. By moving the queue of free compute nodes from Ganymede, which supports a small cluster in central IT of roughly 25 nodes to a lower

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Dead Sea gets new photography exhibition

A new photography exhibition sponsored by the Dead Sea Mall, which is located at the heart of Ein Bokek tourism region, offers a refreshing new look of the world’s lowest point on the earth.

The exhibition is made up from a variety of photographs depicting the dead sea from various and somewhat unusual perspectives, revealing, according to the organizers, some of its more “vivacious” aspects. 

“The public keeps hearing that the Dead Sea is dying and that soon it will vanish entirely, but we want to show them something different,” said Mushalem Fodur, Dead City Mall CEO. 

The pictures presented at the exhibition were taken by photographers who work in the Israeli media and abroad. 

“The Dead Sea attracts some 2 million visitors a year, who come to witness its beauty, and that’s why it also attracts so much attention from photographers,” said Nir Vagner, Head of Tamar Regional Council.

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what is the Morrison government proposing to change and why?

a bird sitting on a branch: Photograph: International Fund For Animal Welfare/PR IMAGE

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Photograph: International Fund For Animal Welfare/PR IMAGE

The federal government has proposed changes to Australia’s national environmental laws. What are those changes and why are they being considered?

What environmental laws are we talking about?

The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act is Australia’s centralpiece of environmental legislation. The laws aim to conserve and protect the environment, including threatened species, wetlands, world heritage sites and the Great Barrier Reef marine park.

The laws are used to determine what should be listed for protection, guide the recovery of wildlife threatened with extinction, identify major threats to our environment, manage wildlife trade and decide whether development such as mining, urban expansion or agriculture clearing should proceed.

a small bird perched on a tree branch: A review of Australia’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act has found the nation’s environment is declining and iconic places and species are under growing threat.

© Photograph: International Fund For Animal Welfare/PR IMAGE
A review of Australia’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act has found the nation’s environment is declining and iconic places and

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Blackouts highlight shortcomings of energy policy

By Robert Spiegel and Karen Norene Mills

The electricity blackouts that affected California this month underline the need for California to ensure adequate supplies from base and peak electrical-generation sources.

The recent electrical blackouts seemed to catch California policymakers by surprise, but they shouldn’t have.

For more than a decade, Farm Bureau has raised concerns that the renewable-energy policies implemented by the Legislature, California Energy Commission, Public Utilities Commission and Air Resources Board have set the stage for unreliable electrical service. The reality is, the blackouts were foreseeable. They were an eventuality, despite statements from the Newsom administration.

The blackouts cannot be blamed on any of the utilities in whose service territory they occurred. They were necessary to preserve the integrity of the grid, because without controlled, short-duration outages, transmission line outages could be triggered and affect a much wider area.

These were not “de-energization events,” public safety power shutoffs

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Friday Night Football: Live blog for week 2 of the 2020 high school football season

West Ada teams enter the picture for week two of the 2020 prep season.

BOISE, Idaho — Week two of the 2020 prep football season will be busier than week one, with three more games added to the schedule.

On Tuesday, the West Ada board of trustees voted unanimously to allow student-athletes to begin competition. Previously, teams were allowed to practice, but not play in sanctioned games. However, no fans will be allowed to attend until further notice.

RELATED: ‘We only get one shot at this thing’: West Ada teams prepare for 2020 season

The Nampa School District also voted on Tuesday to allow their student-athletes to return to play. However, their games will not start until September 14, as they are required to have 10 official practices before they’re allowed to play in games.

Students in the Boise and Caldwell school districts are still waiting for the green light

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Teens are confident in their ability to hide online content from parents

As we’re all on screens now more than ever, new data suggests a difference in opinion between teens and their parents. Turns out, there’s an increase in teens hiding their online activity from mom and dad.

“I think pretty early on my husband and I decided that it wasn’t for us,” Stephanie Murphy said, talking about devices.

Video games, iPads, Nintendo, you name it, she doesn’t want it in her house. The 2nd grade teacher in New York City is also a busy mom of 4. Only her 13-year-old daughter has access to a device.

“She’s not the majority, she does have a phone we did give her one when she went into middle school for safety reasons,” Murphy said.

Murphy knows her family isn’t the majority either. For the second year in a row, AT&T and Quadrant Strategies teamed up to conduct their “digital family poll.”

“We do it

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FDA: Over-the-Counter At-Home COVID-19 Testing

As the U.S. continues to struggle to make COVID-19 tests available for symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals, FDA’s position regarding COVID-19 test standards is evolving.  The FDA’s pivot is possibly a response to industry’s plea to facilitate the type of large-scale screening and testing needed to reopen the country.  Last week, the FDA took steps to make testing more accessible to asymptomatic individuals, including with new guidance and authorizations for pooled testing and for testing of asymptomatic individuals.  With the FDA’s latest guidance, it is also taking steps to make testing available on an over-the-counter basis.  Such steps clear the way for companies to continue to innovate in new ways with a clearer path towards FDA authorization. 

As previously reported, the FDA recently began to identify a path for screening of asymptomatic individuals, and on July 24, 2020 the FDA authorized the first diagnostic test for people who do not have

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A Look Into Technology Sector Value Stocks

What is a Value Stock?

A value stock is traditionally defined in terms of how investors in the marketplace are valuing that company’s future growth prospects. Low P/E multiples are good base indicators that the company is undervalued and can most likely be labeled as a value stock.

Below is a list of notable value stocks in the technology sector:

  1. MIND C.T.I. (NASDAQ: MNDO) – P/E: 9.17
  2. JinkoSolar Holding Co (NYSE: JKS) – P/E: 7.3
  3. O2Micro Intl (NASDAQ: OIIM) – P/E: 0.29
  5. Image Sensing Systems (NASDAQ: ISNS) – P/E: 3.15

MIND C.T.I. saw an increase in earnings per share from 0.06 in Q1 to 0.07 now. The company’s most recent dividend yield sits at 11.0%, which has decreased by 0.36% from 11.36% last quarter.

JinkoSolar Holding Co’s earnings per share for Q1 sits at 0.65, whereas in Q4, they were at 1.4. JinkoSolar

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