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ADVA launches pluggable 10G edge demarcation device | VanillaPlus

Munich, Germany – ADVA launched pluggable 10Gbit/s demarcation SFP+ device specifically designed for space-constrained environments. The ADVA NIPlug+ enables high-speed demarcation in the field where it’s not possible to use a traditional device. Consuming less than 2.5 watts and requiring no additional floor space, the device provides enterprises and communication service providers (CSPs) with the …

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Chinese nationals arrested for smuggling microprocessors from scrapped Indian smartphones for being installed in new units

Representative Image. News 18 GB Nagar: The eleven Chinese nationals, who have been arrested in connection with what could be a spy ring running out of UP’s Noida, were running a smartphone scrap factory where they apparently salvaged the motherboard and microprocessor, and sent it back to China via Hong Kong for again being used …

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Supreme Court Rebuffs Apple’s Bid to Cancel Qualcomm Smartphone Patents

A Qualcomm sign is pictured at one of its many campus buildings in San Diego. Courtesy Qualcomm The US Supreme Court on Monday again declined to hear Apple’s bid to revive an effort to cancel three Qualcomm smartphone patents despite the settlement of the underlying dispute between the two tech giants. The justices left in …

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New Bedford EMS employs automated CPR device on heart attack victims

NEW BEDFORD — You may never have heard of it, but it’s a device that just might save your life some day. It’s called the LUCAS device, and patrons in a popular New Bedford restaurant recently saw it employed when a patron suffered a heart attack. New Bedford EMS Director Mike Thomas said it’s “one …

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Acurable raises €11M to expand at home sleep apnea testing device internationally

Acurable, a UK-based medical device company, announced it raised €11 million ($10.8 million) in a Series A funding round led by Kibo Ventures. Mundi Ventures, Comprador Holdings and Kindred Capital participated in the raise. The company will use the funds to accelerate the international expansion of its first home sleep testing device, the AcuPebble SA100, …

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Some Other Place conducting interviews for holiday assistance

The interviews will be conducted at the Miriam B. Rogers Community Center. BEAUMONT, Texas — The holidays are drawing near and Southeast Texans have a chance to give back during the season. Some Other Place and the NGA Tea Do Agency are conducting interviews for those who would like assist Some Other Place throughout the …

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Fuel Assistance Program Accepting Applications

The Cambridge Fuel Assistance Program is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 season. The program helps low-income residents in Cambridge and Somerville pay their winter heating bills between November 1 and April 30. Renters and homeowners in both cities are eligible to apply if they meet federal income guidelines. If you are a new or returning …

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Hundreds of UCF students request assistance in aftermath of Hurricane Ian

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – University of Central Florida said Monday that nearly 400 students have requested assistance related to Hurricane Ian. The university said the majority of those students reside at the Arden Villas Apartments off-campus. Some of those students also had their vehicles destroyed in the flood waters. [TRENDING: Tax holiday: Gas prices see …

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Rising rental costs in Montana driving need for assistance

HELENA — In response to rising housing costs across the country, the federal government has announced it’s raising “fair market rents,” which determine how much programs like the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher can cover. Fair market rents are an estimate, updated every year, of how much money would be needed to cover rent and …

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Disaster unemployment assistance available for Western Alaskans

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – An additional resource is now available for Western Alaska residents unable to work due to the effects of last month’s devastating storm. The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced in a press release on Monday that it would be extending Disaster Unemployment Assistance to residents of the regions most …

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