Impact Power Technologies this week at IWCE 2015 will exhibit the company’s lithium-polymer battery solution that lets land-mobile-radio (LMR) and bar-code scanner users realize 35 hours worth of communications from a single battery charge, according to company officials.
When a single conduit housing multiple fiber lines was cut last week, much of northern Arizona was unable to access the Internet, call 911, use cellular devices, pay with credit cards or get cash from ATMs for about 15 hours, according to multiple news reports. The episode should serve as a reminder of the necessity for reliability and diversity characteristics in critical networks that cannot afford downtime.
Alpharetta, GA — Power Products is pleased to announce that Eddie McCarthy has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. Eddie has considerable experience in international sales, as well as an extensive operations and financial background. “His broad skill set and LMR industry experience at a senior level will enable Eddie to contribute in a significant way to the continued growth of Power Products. We welcome him to the Power Products management team and know that his experience and leadership will help us improve customer s
John Lynn, a communications engineer for the state of Alaska, describes the significant environmental challenges encountered in his state and some of the solutions used to deliver power to critical-communications networks, as well as providing an outlook on the future use of fuel-cell technology.