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Howard product judged best by Intel

ELLISVILLE — Intel recently honored Howard Technology Solutions with its 2009 award for the Most Innovative Mobile Solution at the annual Intel Solutions Summit. Howard was selected for this award for Tacticomm, which Howard developed as a means to assist first-responders in mounting well-coordinated responses to emergency or crisis situations and managing public safety at large-scale, high-profile events. “We are ...

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City trying to woo Google

OXFORD — If Google wants to bring the Internet to everyone in a community, the City of Oxford would like to roll out the welcome mat for them. The Oxford Board of Aldermen this week hired Oxford attorney Stewart Rutledge to help persuade Google to select Oxford as one of the company’s test sites for a new ultrahigh speed broadband ...

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Delta county getting high-speed Internet

CLARKSDALE — Clarksdale and Coahoma County residents will soon have high-speed Internet access thanks to a partnership between the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) and the Mississippi Technology Alliance (MTA). Clarksdale is home to the national headquarters for the DRA, a federal-state partnership that covers 252 counties in eight states, including Mississippi. DRA developed the iDelta: Information Technology in the Delta ...

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Kight strikes deal with Suntrica

MADISON — Suntrica has signed Madison-based Kight Energy as its newest distributor in the US. Terms were not disclosed. Suntrica Solar Chargers for mobile phones including iPhones and electronic devices such as mp3 players, digital cameras, GPS receivers and iPods can now be bought at kightenergy.3dcartstores.com. “Suntrica’s solar chargers are the best on the market today and we know they ...

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Microsoft system won't work on some phones

NEW YORK — Microsoft says its next operating system for smart phones, Windows 7 Phone Series, won’t run applications written for phones that use its current operating system. A Microsoft Corp. executive said in a blog post March 4 that the new software is a “clean break” with the past, and that making it as user-friendly as possible means jettisoning ...

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State chooses Alabama company

JACKSON — Integrated Computer Solutions Inc. (ICS), a full-service information security and technology consulting firm based in Montgomery, Ala., is one of only five companies to be awarded a two-year contract by the State of Mississippi for IT security and risk assessment services. Terms were not disclosed. The contract, awarded through the State of Mississippi’s Department of Information Technology Services, ...

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NVision attains lofty certifications

HANCOCK COUNTY — The NVision Solutions Inc. Quality Management System recently achieved third-party certification to the AS9100 Quality Management System Standard for the aerospace industry. In addition to AS9100, NVision’s quality system simultaneously received certification for the ISO 9001:2008 standard. These certifications are internationally recognized, third-party verification that NVision has a quality management framework to monitor and improve quality of ...

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SDT in running for 'Hot Technologies'

BROOKHAVEN — Southern Diversified Technologies Inc. (SDT) was recently nominated as a candidate for the 2010 “Hot Technologies” competition at the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association’s (NTCA) annual conference and convention in Tampa, Fla. SDT, the only infrastructure services company, placed third among a host of some of the industry’s leading equipment and software giants. SDT showcased their application of low-level ...

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NVision rolls out new product

HANCOCK COUNTY — NVision Solutions Inc. has released NVTouch, a multi-touch, multi-user surface computer. The NVTouch provides a more engaging way to interact with digital information using touch. NVision launched U.S. sales of the system with installations at NASA Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and the NASA Stennis Space Center Emergency Operations Center in Mississippi. These systems were installed as part ...

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TVA chooses SmartSynch for Generation Partners

JACKSON — SmartSynch Inc. has been selected by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) as the smart metering solution provider for Generation Partners, a distributed renewable generation program offered by participating local power companies that distribute TVA power. Generation Partners incentivizes end-use customers, both residential and commercial, to purchase and install eligible renewable energy generation systems such as solar photovoltaic (PV), ...

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