VoIP Service Provider VoIP.ms Launches New Partner Program

VoIP.ms, a Montreal-based VoIP service provider, has launched a new partner program targeting master agents, IT integrators, MSPs and VARs.

The program is for partners that consult with organizations to simplify their communications, integrate complex systems or source communication deals. VoIP.ms partners will earn recurring commission without billing the customers themselves. They also will get access to a comprehensive dashboard including real-time statistics, payout tracking and more.

Hassle-Free Partnering

David Rouleau is VoIP.ms‘ COO. The program is geared toward partners that get inquiries for VoIP on a constant basis from their current customers, but don’t want to expand their business model to include VoIP, he said.

VoIP.ms' David Rouleau

VoIP.ms’ David Rouleau

“Partners who in fact want to include VoIP can simply sign up as VoIP.ms white-label resellers,” he said.

This evolving program sits in between the VoIP.ms referral program and reseller program.

“We launched our referral program (mostly tailored to residential customers,

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Molpus Woodlands Group Launches New Website

Molpus Woodlands Group (Molpus) is pleased to announce the launch of our new website at molpus.com. Molpus is one of the oldest timber-related companies in the United States, but we’ve always focused on innovation. Our new website is the latest example of staying relevant in an evolving marketplace.

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Molpus Woodlands Group Launches New Website (Graphic: Business Wire)

The new site is mobile-friendly, and it features a clean, uncluttered design, improved functionality, and enhanced rich content focused on supporting our mission: to place our clients and our fellow employees before ourselves in striving to achieve superior investment results for our clients while maintaining a reputation for excellence, integrity, sustainability, and success in the face of adversity and challenges.

“We wanted our new website to push the limits of possibilities on the web. Whether it’s the clean design aesthetic, enhanced usability

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ZunRoof launches zunpulse range of smart home devices

Home-tech start-up company, ZunRoof, on Tuesday announced the launch of a range of smart home devices under the zunpulse range.

The zunpulse Smart Plug can convert a range of home appliances, including electrical appliances, geysers/ water heaters, room heaters and ovens, to smart appliances. Users can then control these appliances remotely through a mobile app. The zunpulse smart remote, a software-based remote for air-conditioners and televisions, can also help control these appliances remotely.

Its Smart Camera comes with night vision. It has a resolution of 720p and can store up to 128 GB of video. It can be used for two-way communication.

The company’s smart security system includes a motion sensor, a door sensor and an alarm siren. It also sends a phone notification to the user in case of an intrusion.

Other products include a smart video doorbell and smart LED bulbs with pre-built special scenes.

All these devices

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CSTEP launches tool to boost solar power generation in Bengaluru

BENGALURU: The Centre for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) on Wednesday launched a web-based tool that would use LiDAR-based aerial imagery to identify shadow-free rooftops in Bengaluru to help the government design policies to tap solar power at household level.

“For Bengaluru city, BESCOM (Bangalore Electricity Supply Company Ltd ) has set a target to achieve 1.06 GW (giga watt) through rooftop solar power by 2022. However, it has added only 140 MW (mega watt) rooftop solar capacity,” Jaymin Gajjar, Research Engineer at CSTEP said.

CSTEP says installation cost for rooftop solar installation is around 45,000 per kilowatt or 4.5- 5 per unit.

Karnataka has installed less than 10% of its 2.4 GW solar power target. The state, like most others in the country, depends more on conventional sources of power. However, the southern state’s renewable energy infrastructure remains higher than its counterparts, officials say.

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realme C17 launches in Bangladesh with 90Hz HD+ display, Snapdragon 460 & 5,000mAh battery

Chinese smartphone maker realme launches realme C17 as the newest member of realme C series of phones. In other words, it is a lite version of realme 7i with Snapdragon 460 and lower megapixel cameras. That said, the handset debuts first in Bangladesh in a single 6GB + 128GB storage configuration priced at BDT 15,990 ($189). Customers can buy it in either Navy Blue and Lake Green color option.

realme C17 Lake Green Featured
realme C17 Lake Green

As leaked last week, the all-new realme C17 sports a 6.5-inch HD+ (720 x 1600 pixels) IPS LCD panel on the front with a single-punch hole at the top right corner nesting an 8MP selfie camera, 90Hz refresh rate, 90% screen-to-body ratio, and a peak brightness of 600 nits. This display is also protected by an unspecified version of Corning Gorilla Glass.

Under the hood, the device features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chipset paired with 6GB

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Aquicore Launches Major New Feature Aimed At Improving Collaboration Across Commercial Real Estate Portfolios


These 2 Penny Stocks Could Rally All the Way to $11, Says Cantor

Is more volatility on tap for stocks? Following a three-week losing streak, the longest in about a year, all eyes are on the market. The three major U.S. stock indexes have struggled for the last few weeks as the titans of tech, which have fueled the charge forward from COVID-induced lows, came under pressure due to overheated valuations, with market watchers waiting to see how renewed lockdown fears will come into play.So, what’s the bottom line for investors? Even though uncertainty remains as Wall Street gears up for the fourth quarter, the pros are pounding the table on a select few names, noting that these tickers boast strong long-term growth narratives.Bearing this in mind, our focus shifted to two penny stocks backed by investment firm Cantor. Major gains could be in store, as the firm’s analysts

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Alamance-Burlington schools launches food truck to feed hungry students

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Guilford County Schools prepares for phased return of students




5 p.m. – Alamance-Burlington School System launched its very first food deliveries to students with a food truck purchased by community donations Tuesday morning.

According a spokesperson for the school system, the food truck arrived Monday and Alamance-Burlington Schools executive director for Child Nutrition Pam Bailey will take it out on its “maiden voyage” Tuesday by delivering to two local communities during students’ lunch break.

Officials said if you are interested in following along Tuesday, the food truck will pick up food prepared at Eastlawn Elementary at 10:30 am and will then visit two Burlington neighborhoods nearby.

“The second neighborhood has approximately 20

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Japanese firm Ushio launches UV light that kills coronavirus

a circuit board: Ushio’s Care 222 Ultra Violent lamp. Photo: AFP

Ushio’s Care 222 Ultra Violent lamp. Photo: AFP

Major Japanese light equipment maker Ushio has recently launched an ultraviolet lamp that can kill the coronavirus without harming human health – the first of its kind in the world.

The “Care 222” UV lamp, which Ushio developed together with Columbia University, is expected to be used for disinfection at occupied spaces where people keep coming in and out and the risk of contracting the deadly virus runs high, such as buses, trains, elevators and offices, the company said.

UV lamps have been widely used as an effective means of sterilisation notably in the medical and food-processing industries. But conventional UV rays cannot be used in spaces where there are people as they cause skin cancer and eye problems.

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Touchstone Research launches Secure Content Testing Watermarking Solution for Marketing Research Studies

BRANFORD, Conn., Sept. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Secure Content Testing (SCT) works by applying a unique visual and forensic watermark to content being tested within an online market research study. The watermarks are non-removable and can be used to tie the content back to the research participant serving as a high-level deterrent to unauthorized sharing.

Secure Content Testing (SCT) works across smartphones, tablets, and computers and across a range of content including video, images, storyboards, animatics, concepts and documents.

“Now more than ever clients require the ability to conduct content research online, however, this must be done in a way that can give them peace of mind that their content will not be compromised or leaked. Our secure content testing technology solves this need by providing the highest level of content security in the MR industry through visual and forensic watermarking, allowing our clients to conduct content research safely

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