Guardian Alliance Technologies Announces Select Tier Status in Amazon Web Services Partner Network and Alignment with Public Sector Program

STOCKTON, Calif., Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Guardian Alliance Technologies (Guardian) announced today that it has reached Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier partner status. Using AWS, Guardian is able to accelerate its efforts to help law enforcement agencies better vet and hire law enforcement professionals using innovative cloud technology—strengthening the integrity of the profession and building public trust.

“As a former law enforcement officer, I’m seeing first-hand how harnessing the power of the AWS cloud is improving various activities within the public safety profession,” said Guardian President and Founder Justin Biedinger. “Our clients have come to expect excellence in both the AWS cloud and Guardian’s background investigation solutions, and we are looking forward to delivering even more offerings in the near future that will forever leave a positive mark on the public safety sector.”

Reaching Select Tier partner status lays the foundation for Guardian

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Research Report: Industrial Wireless Automation Market (2020-2024) | Adoption of High-speed Communication Network Solutions to Boost the Market Growth | Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has been monitoring the industrial wireless automation market and it is poised to grow by $ 2.03 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 7% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. Technavio’s in-depth research has all your needs covered as our research reports include all foreseeable market scenarios, including pre- & post-COVID-19 analysis. Download a Free Sample Report on COVID-19 Impacts

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What are the major trends in the market?

    Increasing focus on predictive maintenance is a major trend driving the growth
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Marlink strengthens position as Smart Network Solutions provider with repositioning campaign – Digital Ship

Demand for faster and cheaper connectivity at sea is set to increase as sailing is recognised as a safer place to work, travel and holiday during the COVID-19 pandemic says satcom specialist IEC Telecom, which is experiencing an increase in enquiries from vessel operators in the maritime leisure sector.

With ‘lockdowns’ and restrictions easing in some parts of the world, yacht owners are now able to enjoy ‘social distancing’ onboard their vessels, which is leading to a boost in demand for high-speed connectivity and increased bandwidth capacity. With the focus on social distancing, yachts are becoming increasingly attractive remote offices for those able to attend to business matters while enjoying the open sea, sunshine and fresh air. During this challenging time, sailors have an increased need to stay connected for both personal and operational purposes as well as to avoid the need to go ashore as much as possible.


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CBP paid to access a private company’s camera network spanning the US

  • Customs and Border Protection has paid tens of thousands of dollars for access to a private company’s network of security cameras that spans the US, according to federal procurement records.
  • The camera network, owned by a company called Vigilant, monitors roads and highways for license plates and sends automatic alerts for the location of specific vehicles.
  • It’s part of a broader pattern of CBP buying access to personal data collected by private companies, sidestepping the need for warrants and evading public scrutiny.
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Customs and Border Protection bought access to a vast surveillance network owned and operated by a private company that grants the agency insight into people’s movements across the US, federal procurement records show.

CBP has spent tens of thousands of dollars for access to LEARN, a system sold by a commercial vendor called Vigilant that uses hundreds of cameras across the

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Alaska Communications expands network fibre footprint

15 September 2020 | Natalie Bannerman


Alaska Communications has expanded its network fibre footprint surpassing 150,000 total fibre miles.

The company has expanded its fibre footprint in four main areas, the first through a wireless backhaul project. The second being through an owned satellite earth station to increase capacity. As well as an expanded fixed wireless presence, fibre to-the-home and an additional wireless backhaul project.

“As one of the largest fibre providers in Alaska, we continue to upgrade and expand our existing fibre-based network,” said Diedre Williams, senior vice president of operations at Alaska Communications.

“This work enables us to increase bandwidth and capacity, connecting government, healthcare, education, commercial and consumer customers with high-speed, reliable and redundant service across Alaska and into the contiguous United States.”

Since January, Alaska Communications has turned up an additional 24 sites for its carrier customer’s 5G wireless network in Anchorage.

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Get Connected: Operations and Infrastructure: Network Admin. – Information Technology Services



Network Administration
The Network Administration Group at Information Technology Services is responsible
for maintaining the high-speed data network that spans the Binghamton University campuses.
Access to Binghamton University resources and the internet are provided, and all interior
building spaces are covered with a secure wireless (Wi-Fi) signal that can be utilized
by any faculty, staff or student with a valid account.

For more information on getting connected to the Binghamton University data network,
follow the links below.

Getting Connected:

Additional Services
For the following requests, contact the ITS Help Desk at 607-777-6420 or

Wireless classrooms and lecture halls – All classrooms and lecture halls across the campus have had additional wireless
capacity installed to facilitate services such as online testing and the usage of
online tools during classes. For more information, contact the ITS Help Desk.

Users of the Binghamton University data network are required to abide

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Nexcom Network and Communication Solutions Group gears up for 5G’s challenges with Fresh Technology

Nexcom Network and Communication Solutions Group gears up for 5G’s challenges with Fresh Technology

Press release

Nexcom’s Network and Communication Solutions Group (NCS), leading supplier of network appliances, is ready to take on the challenges of 5G technology with its newest uCPE (Universal Customer Premise Equipment) solutions. Under development the past three years, these solutions were developed through NCS’ active participation in early access programs of strategic partners in networking technology. These efforts finally materialized this quarter in several 5G proof-of-concept (POC) deployments across different regions of the world.

Matthew Liu, NCS’ director of Product Line Management, says, “The advent of 5G has become the ultimate driving force to commercialize technologies heartily discussed nowadays, such as AI, IoT, cyber security, and FWA. Due to the requirements of eMBB (enhanced Mobile Broadband), URLLC (Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications), and mMTC (massive Machine Type Communications), which are all

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Network Craze Launches 24/7 Emergency Product and Support Line

EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Network Craze is continuing their commitment to customers by ensuring that all of their equipment and technical needs are met during this difficult time by launching their 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Emergency Product and Support Line.

Their service team is ready and staffed with Industry Experts and CCIE’s for product needs off-hours, from ordering and same day delivery to help and Support at night or on weekends.

They have expanded their shipping capabilities to 7 days a week, shipping on Saturday and Sunday to help meet hardware needs during this time of crisis and Global Supply Chain Disruption.  By mobilizing resources and technology, Network Craze has aggressively stocked as many of the most common technology items as possible, such as routers, phones, firewalls and more, and offers custom and alternative solutions to overcome any network, voice or

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Network Rail to prototype composite station bridges

A concept footbridge, designed by Marks Barfield Architects and COWI, is to be prototyped before deciding whether to adopt new designs.

The ‘Futura’ bridge will demonstrate the benefits that can be gained from using composites in railway station environments for both new build and replacement structures.

Network Rail has partnered with the  National Composites Centre to develop factory-moulded fibre reinforced polymer bridges.

Ian Grimes, principal engineer from Network Rail said: “Our main focus is on putting our passengers first and exploring the full potential of composites as an alternative low-carbon construction material will enable us to continue doing this.

“The quicker installation and the corrosion resistant nature of composites will mean less disruption and impact on passengers when we’re installing and maintaining our assets.”

Richard Oldfield, chief executive of the NCC, said: “Composites offer huge benefits to construction, not least in their ability to be built using modern methods, as

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Nokia adds more automation to its Self-Organizing Network software

Nokia on Tuesday rolled out enhancements to its Self-Organizing Network software, bringing more automation to network operations. The vendor-agnostic software should help communication service providers more easily manage complex 5G networks, Nokia says. 

Prior versions of the software automated some time-consuming tasks for network operators, “but you still needed individuals to decide which part of the networks needed to be optimized,” Brian McCann, Chief Product Officer for Nokia Software, said to ZDNet, “to identify a problem, to identify the right solution and verify that it fixed the problem and monitor the outcome.”

Prior versions of the software automated some time-consuming tasks for network operators, “but you still needed individuals to decide which part of the networks needed to be optimized,” Brian McCann, Chief Product Officer for Nokia Software, said to ZDNet, “to identify a problem, to identify the right solution and verify that it fixed the problem and monitor the

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