Sprint Nextel posts wider loss
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- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 15th May 2008
Sprint Nextel’s subscriber base continues to weaken.
Akamai outage is latest warning about Internet dependencyDangerous things, software updates. Push the wrong button and they can be as devastating as any Chinese cyberattack, plunging parts of the Internet into darkness. The lights temporarily went out for some of the world’s most popular websites last month when a customer of Fastly, a content delivery network (CDN), stumbled over a nasty bug […]
Verizon teams leverage broadband solutions to support wildfire responders’ communicationsMembers of the Verizon Response Team (VRT) are using a variety of solutions to deliver broadband communications to public-safety agencies battling wildfires throughout the U.S.—at no additional cost—as part of the carrier’s Verizon Frontline offering, according to a Verizon official. Cory Davis, director of Verizon Response and public-safety operations, said the VRT has been “super […]
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