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Verizon Communications Inc. invested more than $78 million in fiber-optic and IP network upgrades in Rhode Island last year, including the extension of the FiOS network throughout 29 local communities. more
Desktop-virtualization company GreenBytes Inc. announced last week that its IO Offload Engine and vIO virtual storage appliance have achieved VMware Ready status, indicating that these technologies met specific VMware integration and interoperability standards and will be featured on the VMware Solution Exchange website. more
It’s never been easier to start and run a small business. Not easy, mind you, but much easier thanks in large part to a wide range of low-cost, easy-to-use, cloud-based applications. more
Spectra Systems Corp. announced Monday that it has signed a lottery internal control system services contract with the Michigan Lottery, which is the first to include a dedicated internal control system with new service and software development capabilities for Internet and mobile lottery. more
For people silenced by unwelcome intruders such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury or Lou Gehrig’s disease, which affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement, mental activity may not have stopped – only the means to communicate may be interrupted. more
Chris Guilmette, a recent graduate of the New England Institute of Technology, likes to solve technical computer problems. more
The predecessor of Warwick’s Secure Future Tech Solutions built its reputation on providing “break and fix” computer-repair services. The rise in security threats and demand for services to combat them has grown so much in recent years that company President Eric M. Shorr decided in February that the firm’s old name, PC Troubleshooters, no longer fit its focus. “We’re protecting our clients’ futures by making sure they have a secure network, good backups and reliable systems,” said Shorr, above right, with bench technician Scott Robinson. more
Kris Falcone, left, support manager for ChartWise: Clinical Document Intelligence, and company President and CEO Dr. Jon Elion, at the firm’s South Kingstown office. ChartWise software helps match doctors’ treatment records with the maze of insurance codes medical providers must follow. Used primarily by hospitals, the software improves office efficiency and helps ensure providers are properly reimbursed for care. more
Hexagon Metrology last week announced the next generation of its Romer Absolute Arm, a portable measuring arm designed with improved ergonomics, a new wrist design and greater stability to reduce operator fatigue. more
Technology firm 121Nexus, an alumnus of the Betaspring accelerator program, officially launched its new track-and-trace technology for the medical device industry at the DEMO Enterprise Conference in San Francisco on April 3. more
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