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          Billing Analyst - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $50,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 00:25:52 GMT - View all Scottsdale, AZ jobs
          Relationship Manager - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $60,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 00:19:37 GMT - View all Scottsdale, AZ jobs
          Communications Network Engineer Mid - Whidbey Island - IntellecTechs, Inc. - Whidbey Island, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This network includes Cisco, Aruba, Brocade, Juniper, Riverbed and McAfee network devices to include Routers, Switches, Access Points, Intrusion Prevention...
From Indeed - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 12:18:49 GMT - View all Whidbey Island, WA jobs
          Communications Network Engineer - Mid (Whidbey Island, WA) - Capriccio Software, Inc. - Whidbey Island, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This network includes Cisco, Aruba, Brocade, Juniper, Riverbed and McAfee network devices to include Routers, Switches, Access Points, Intrusion Prevention...
From Capriccio Software, Inc. - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 23:24:23 GMT - View all Whidbey Island, WA jobs
          Communication Network Engineer Mid (Government) Whidbey Island - AT&T - Bothell, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This network includes Cisco, Aruba, Brocade, Juniper, Riverbed and McAfee network devices to include Routers,....
From AT&T - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 15:11:23 GMT - View all Bothell, WA jobs
          Medical Office Receptionist - Arubah Kids Clinic - Mississauga, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Prepare examination rooms; Pediatric Walk -in Clinic looking for dynamic individuals to provide services in a clinic setting....
From Indeed - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 23:15:58 GMT - View all Mississauga, ON jobs
          Medical Office Receptionist - Arubah Kids Clinic - Mississauga, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pediatric Walk -in Clinic looking for dynamic individuals to provide services in a clinic setting. Our office is completely EMR . *Responsibilities*: Greet...
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          Medical Office Receptionist - Arubah Kids Clinic - Mississauga, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Pediatric Walk -in Clinic looking for dynamic individuals to provide services in a clinic setting. Our office is completely EMR . *Responsibilities*: Greet...
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          Billing Analyst - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $50,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 00:25:52 GMT - View all Scottsdale, AZ jobs
          Relationship Manager - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $60,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 00:19:37 GMT - View all Scottsdale, AZ jobs
          Aruba names Datacentrix African Partner of the Year      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   


From left: Marc van der Poll, technical specialist, Datacentrix; Rodney Mabunda, senior network engi...


          Stop ai fenicotteri gonfiabili! Facciamo il bagno con i veri fenicotteri rosa.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Il fenicottero rosa è stato senza dubbio l’icona dell’estate passata, e valeva tutto: non solo il gonfiabile, ma anche costumi, teli mare, camicie ed espadrillas. Sarà l’emblema estivo anche di quest’anno? Di certo, se pubblicare una foto su Instagram con l’iconico gonfiabile (come hanno fatto molte star) per voi non è abbastanza, c’è una spiaggia ad Aruba in cui potete fotografarvi proprio accanto ai fenicotteri rosa. Sì, quelli veri. Si tratta del Flamingo Beach ed è una spiaggia privata di Renaissance Island, un atollo artificiale dei Caraibi realizzato dal resort Renaissance Aruba & Casino Hotel ed accessibile quindi solo agli ospiti dell’albergo.

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          Systems Engineer/Ingénieur système, Aruba - Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Québec City, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aruba, une entreprise Hewlett Packard Enterprise, est un chef de file en matière de solution de réseautique de prochaine génération pour l’entreprise mobile :....
From Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Fri, 11 May 2018 11:06:58 GMT - View all Québec City, QC jobs
          Systems Engineer/Ingénieur système, Aruba - Aruba Networks - Québec City, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aruba, une entreprise Hewlett Packard Enterprise, est un chef de file en matière de solution de réseautique de prochaine génération pour l’entreprise mobile :....
From Aruba Networks - Fri, 11 May 2018 00:59:25 GMT - View all Québec City, QC jobs
          Ingénieurs d'essais Automatisation/AQ // QA/Automation testing Engineer - Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, is a leading provider of next-generation networking solutions for the mobile enterprise:....
From Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 11:04:57 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
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          Technical Account Manager - Arobas Personnel inc. - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AP - Cisco Aironet, Aruba, Huawei AP compatibility (analytics and captive portal) and ensure that documentation is provided for deployment....
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          Billing Analyst - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $50,000 a year
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          Relationship Manager - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $60,000 a year
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          Technical Account Manager - Arobas Personnel inc. - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AP - Cisco Aironet, Aruba, Huawei AP compatibility (analytics and captive portal) and ensure that documentation is provided for deployment....
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          Technical Account Manager - Arobas Personnel inc. - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AP - Cisco Aironet, Aruba, Huawei AP compatibility (analytics and captive portal) and ensure that documentation is provided for deployment....
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          Gigabit Wi-Fi Access Point Market to Bring in Revenues US $3,717.4 Mn by 2027      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Growing Adoption of Tablets and Smartphones to Spur Revenue Growth of the Gigabit Wi-Fi Access Point Market.

Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/08/2018 -- Future Market Insights (FMI) has published a new report on the gigabit Wi-Fi access point market. The report has been titled "Gigabit Wi-Fi Access Point Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012-2016 and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2027." Vendors across the globe are eyeing India as it is one of the potential regions to capitalise on and is expected to provide lucrative prospects in the coming years. Seeking huge GWAP growth opportunities in India, leading players such as SAMSUNG need to focus on the India market to offer innovative GWAP solutions for strengthening their presence in emerging countries. India has a huge potential, which is attracting vendors associated with the GWAP market to export their products to India.

Request to View Sample of Research Report @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-1351 

The Government of India is laying out expenditure on gigabit Wi-Fi access point (FTTH) to provide better and high speed internet, which is expected to be a good opportunity for vendors associated with the GWAP market to extract business, especially from emerging economies like India. Rapid technological progression, coupled with the implementation of better internet infrastructure is projected to drive the GWAP market in India in the coming years. The commercial/industrial end use sector is currently dominating the GWAP market, and GWAP vendors need to focus on this sector to expand their market share in India. Some of the companies contending with full strength in the market are Aerohive Networks Inc., Aruba Networks Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., D-Link Corporation, and Arris International Plc., among several others.

According to the report, the global gigabit Wi-Fi access point market is expected to rise at a stellar CAGR of 29.1% from 2017 to 2027. In 2017, the market was worth US$ 393.3 Mn and is expected to rise to a valuation of US$ 3,717.4 Mn by the end of 2027.

Growing Acceptance of Advanced Products to Increase Market Demand

With huge advancements in technology, North America focuses on adopting new technology such as gigabit Wi-Fi access point devices to enhance overall internet infrastructure to provide better internet speed in the region. In August 2016, Aruba Networks Inc. expanded its wireless competences with Penske Truck Leasing in North America. Penske selected Aruba Networks to install 5,000 outdoor and indoor access points for better connectivity. Henceforth, with continuous technology progression various companies are implementing gigabit Wi-Fi access point devices to deploy internet with fast speed.

Cutting-edge electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets are gradually gaining traction among consumers, comprising the young population. Compact devices such as smartphones offer great features to consumers, comprising mobility, fast operating time, and long battery life. Hence, the increasing market penetration of smartphones and tablets will result in higher deployment of gigabit Wi-Fi access point in North America.

Adoption of smart homes and applications in the past five years in Western Europe has increased significantly, owing to increasing advancement in home automation in the region. A growing adoption of smart homes is expected to drive demand for high bandwidth internet to operate all the smart gadgets. Owing to the aforementioned factors consumers are adopting better and advanced internet infrastructure with cutting-edge security offerings.

Request Report for Table of Contents @ https://www.futuremarketinsights.com/askus/rep-gb-1351 

Hardware Replacement Cost to act as a Roadblock in Market Revenue Growth

Old devices such as 802.11n wireless access point devices may or may not be able to support the new hardware standards of 802.11 AC. Henceforth, installing the 802.11 AC standard needs the whole infrastructural change to obtain the maximum benefits from new standard 802.11 AC. Installation of new hardware compatible with 802.11 AC is projected to incur high costs, which is expected to act as a restraint in the initial adoption of gigabit Wi-Fi access points.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/gigabit-wi-fi-access-point-market-to-bring-in-revenues-us-37174-mn-by-2027-1025684.htm

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          ARUBA █ 10 Florin █ 2012 █ P-16c █ UNC - Jelenlegi ára: 3 999 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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LAS VENTAS DE PETRÓLEO AL "IMPERIO" SOSTIENEN A MADURO

Antonio de La Cruz


El régimen de Nicolás Maduro optó por aumentar las ventas de petróleo a Estados Unidos en 2018, a pesar de la caída del 23% de la producción de crudo en los primeros 7 meses del año. Un desplome de 361.000 barriles por día cuando se consideran los datos de la agencia Platts para julio y de las fuentes secundarias de la OPEP para el primer semestre de 2018. Sin embargo, Maduro incrementó la exportación hacia las refinerías estadounidenses en el golfo de México en 42.000 bpd (10%), con respecto al volumen que envió en enero de este año.
Asimismo, Maduro acrecentó en 47% la compra de productos refinados de petróleo a Estados Unidos para satisfacer el mercado interno, y para mezclar con el petróleo extrapesado de la faja petrolífera del Orinoco. Es decir, el desplome de la producción de crudos livianos y de las refinerías (Paraguaná, Bajo Grande, El Palito, y Puerto La Cruz) ha sido compensada con los 124.000 bpd importados desde las refinerías estadounidenses durante los primeros 5 meses de 2018, según la Administración de Información de Energía de Estados Unidos (EIA por sus siglas en inglés).
En 2017, las cifras de exportación de petróleo a Estados Unidos muestran un descenso de 280.000 bpd promedio año, equivalente a 39%. Igualmente, se nota un desplome de la producción total de petróleo en 356.000 bpd para el mismo período, según las fuentes secundarias de la OPEP. Consecuentemente, las exportaciones de crudo hacia Estados Unidos fueron afectadas por la bajada de la producción venezolana, representando 76% del total de la caída.
Esta decisión del régimen de Maduro -el mejor mercado para el petróleo venezolano, por su cercanía y condiciones de pago en efectivo- causó la merma de los ingresos en dólares de la caja de Pdvsa y el Banco Central de Venezuela, porque los envíos de petróleo a China y los países de Petrocaribe no generan el ingreso de divisas en efectivo.
Además, la forma como el régimen de Maduro venía financiándose con los bonos de Pdvsa y de la República, y la renovación de los préstamos del Fondo Chino fueron afectados en 2017 por las sanciones financieras de Donald Trump -hace un año-, y el período de gracia otorgado por el gobierno de Pekín (Banco de Desarrollo de China) al de Venezuela.
Por lo tanto, la necesidad del régimen de Maduro de obtener dólares en efectivo, frente al derrumbe de la producción de crudo, hizo que la política de recortar la exportación de petróleo a Estados Unidos fuese cambiada hace 5 meses, cuando Pdvsa facturó 687 millones de dólares, el monto más bajo este año.


A partir de ese momento, febrero, el régimen de Maduro aumentó los envíos de crudo a Estados Unidos (el imperio), que pasó a ser de nuevo el mayor cliente del petróleo venezolano, vendiéndole 1 millardo de dólares promedio mes. Lo que le ha permitido al régimen de Maduro seguir recibiendo dólares contantes y sonantes. Para el período enero-julio 2018, el monto acumulado fue 6.645 millardos de dólares, 300 millones de dólares adicionales al valor correspondiente en 2017.


De acuerdo con la página web tankertrackers, en julio, las exportaciones de petróleo de Venezuela fueron 995.000 bpd, desglosadas de la siguiente manera: Estados Unidos 412.000 bpd (41%); la India 267.000 bpd (27%); China 137.000 bpd (14%); Trinidad y Tobago 56.000 bpd (6%); Cuba 36.000 bpd (4%); Aruba 34.000 bpd (3%); Jamaica 33.000 bpd (3%) y Suecia 20.000 bpd (2%). Lo que ratifica el cambio de estrategia del régimen de Maduro al exportar 79% a los mercados que pagan en efectivo. Mientras las ventas que no generan ingresos, China y los países de Petrocaribe, recibieron 21%.
La otra parte que ha sido afectada es el volumen colocado en el mercado interno. En junio y julio, el sistema de refinación nacional recibió 289.000 bpd y 245.000 bpd, respectivamente. Lo que indica que opera a solo 20% de su capacidad.
El desastre de la industria petrolera –en julio la producción de Occidente fue 289.000 bpd, la más baja desde 1932– hace que el régimen de Maduro haga caso omiso de la revolución socialista, para recibir los dólares provenientes de la venta de petróleo a las refinerías del imperio. Deja a un lado los gobiernos aliados de China y países de Petrocaribe, al reducirles a un mínimo las exportaciones de crudo. Por lo cual, Pekín (China National Petroleum Company) está solicitando la entrega de reservas de petróleo como garantía, de la misma manera que Maduro propuso para el fortalecimiento de la reservas internacionales entregar un bloque de reservas de la faja petrolífera del Orinoco al BCV.
En conclusión, Maduro busca mantener su status quo con las ventas de crudo y las compras de productos refinados al imperio, sin la menor intención de mejorar la vida de la mayoría de los venezolanos.

          McDia Feliz chega aos 30 anos e amplia o impacto social para crianças e jovens com câncer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A Arcos Dorados, maior franquia do McDonald’s
no mundo, anuncia a realização da 30ª edição
do McDia Feliz no Brasil.
A maior iniciativa brasileira de arrecadação
de fundos para crianças e jovens será realizada
dia 25 de agosto em todo o país. 

Nos últimos 29 anos, foram doados mais de 200 milhões de reais à causa do câncer infantojuvenil. Em 2017, o montante arrecadado foi destinado a 58 instituições de todo o Brasil. Entre eles estão apoio ao diagnóstico precoce, melhoria do atendimento médico hospitalar, casas e grupos de apoio, além de Casas Ronald McDonald e Espaços da Família Ronald McDonald, que acolhem os jovens pacientes e suas famílias durante o tratamento em todo o país. 

“O McDia Feliz tem sido fundamental para conscientizar a sociedade sobre a relevância do câncer infantojuvenil, a doença que mais mata entre as idades de um e 19 anos. E os recursos arrecadados viabilizam diagnóstico precoce, encaminhamento adequado, tratamento de qualidade e suporte psicosocial durante e após o tratamento”, afirma Francisco Neves, superintendente do Instituto Ronald McDonald.

No dia 25 de agosto, toda a venda de Big Mac realizada nos mais de 900 restaurantes McDonald’s de todo o país (exceto alguns impostos) será doada para entidades de acordo as necessidades dos projetos em andamento. Em Santa Catarina são beneficiados dois hospitais: em Florianópolis a renda de 22 Restaurantes vai para a AVOS – Associação dos Voluntários da Saúde do Hospital Infantil Joana de Gusmão e que em 2017 recebeu como doação R$ 387.662,42. E 6 Restaurantes no Planalto Norte do Estado contribuem para o Hospital Infantil Dr. Jeser Amarante Faria, de Joinville, e que recebeu R$ 208.174,77. Informações para a compra de tickets antecipados e souviniers pelos telefones 48 - 3251.9017 e 47 - 3145.1600, respectivamente.

  Sobre a Arcos Dorados  

A Arcos Dorados é a maior franquia independente do McDonald’s do mundo, tanto em vendas totais do sistema como em número de restaurantes. A Companhia é a maior rede de serviço rápido de alimentação da América Latina e Caribe, com direitos exclusivos de possuir, operar e conceder franquias de restaurantes McDonald’s em 20 países e territórios, incluindo Argentina, Aruba, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Costa Rica, Curaçao, Equador, Guiana Francesa, Guadalupe, Martinica, México, Panamá, Peru, Porto Rico, St. Croix, St. Thomas, Trinidad & Tobago, Uruguai e Venezuela. A Companhia opera ou franqueia mais de 2.180 restaurantes McDonald’s com mais de 90.000 funcionários e é reconhecida como uma das melhores empresas para se trabalhar no América Latina. Para saber mais sobre a Companhia visite a seção de Investidores de nosso site: www.arcosdorados.com/ir

  Sobre o Instituto Ronald McDonald  

O Instituto Ronald McDonald é uma organização sem fins lucrativos, cuja missão é promover a saúde e a qualidade de vida de crianças e adolescentes com câncer. Para aproximar as famílias da cura do câncer infantojuvenil, o Instituto desenvolve e coordena programas - Diagnóstico Precoce, Atenção Integral, Espaço da Família Ronald McDonald e Casa Ronald McDonald - que possibilitam o diagnóstico precoce, encaminhamento adequado e atendimento integral e de qualidade para os jovens pacientes e seus familiares. Desde 1999, mais de R$ 330 milhões foram arrecadados por meio de campanhas e eventos como o McDia Feliz, Cofrinhos, Invitational Golf Cup e Jantar de Gala, e foram destinados para 116 instituições em todo o Brasil, entre hospitais e instituições de apoio que lutam pela cura do câncer infantojuvenil. Nos 19 anos de trabalho do Instituto Ronald McDonald, cerca de 3 milhões de crianças, adolescentes e seus familiares já foram beneficiados. Saiba mais sobre as fontes de arrecadação, os programas e as instituições beneficiadas em www.institutoronald.org.br.


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          T&T quintet for Junior & Cadet Open in El Salvador      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Luc O’Young and Derron Douglas will spearhead a T&T quintet who will compete in the boy’s competition at the El Salvador Junior and Cadet Open International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Junior Circuit from August 15 to 19.

Douglas, the reigning national Under-15 champion left on Tuesday night to attend a training camp at Lilly Yip Table Tennis Training Centre, in Dunellen, New Jersey, USA for a week and will link up with national Under-18 title-holder O’Young, in Miami, at the end of the training stint before heading over to El Salvador where they will join other players.

Last month, Douglas and O’Young were beaten in their respective Junior Boys Singles last-32 matches at the 2018 Pan American Junior Table Tennis Championship, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Douglas went under to Argentina’s Martin Bentacor 1-11, 10-12, 3-11, 8-11 and O’Young was beaten by USA’s Sharon Alguetti 2-11, 3-11, 3-11, 3-11.

The local duo was also ousted in the first round of the Boys Doubles, 11-9, 9-11, 6-11, 14-16 by Puerto Ricans, Angel Naranjo and Jabdiel Torres.

On Friday, both Douglas and O’Young had qualified from their round-robin singles group as second-placed finishers.

Douglas went under to Canada’s Terrence Yeung 4-11, 6-11, 8-11 in his four-player Group Ten opener.

However, the T&T ace rebounded with wins against Aruban Jean-Claude Hoek 12-10, 10-12, 11-5, 5-11, 11-9 and Brazilian, Sergio Bignardi, 11-5, 8-11, 11-4, 11-9 to end with a 2-1 pool record and second spot to qualify.

O’Young has also defeated in his Group Four opener by Chile’s Andres Martinez 3-11, 9-11, 8-11 but outplayed Dominican Republic’s Noel Almonte 11-6, 11-7, 11-6 in his other match for a 1-1 record and second in his three-player series.

Martinez defeats Almonte 11-8, 11-6, 5-11, 11-8 in the other match.

T&T’s other participant, Javier King did not manage to get out of his Group Eighth four-player pool after defeats at the hands of Uruguay’s Pablo Palou (6-11, 5-11, 7-11); Dominican Republic’s Omar Andujar (5-11, 7-11, 11-9, 7-11), and Canada’s Alexander Bu, (1-11, 5-11, 4-11).


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          RTLS Market for Healthcare Worth $2,941.2 Million by 2023      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Northbrook, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- According to the latest market research report "RTLS Market for Healthcare by Facility Type (Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities, Senior Living), Offering (Hardware, Software, Services), Technology (RFID, Wi-Fi, BLE, UWB, IR, Ultrasound), Application/Use case, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2023", The RTLS market for healthcare is expected to grow from USD 1,271.2 million in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 2,941.2 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 18.3%. The increased competitiveness in the market with the emergence of startups providing innovative and customized RTLS solutions based on newer technologies is one of the major factors fueling the growth of the RTLS market for healthcare. Other factors driving the market growth include safety and security concerns in healthcare facilities and high return on investment. The need for resource utilization and workflow optimization, development of hybrid RTLS solutions, and use of IoT technology in healthcare would create growth opportunities for the players in RTLS market for healthcare during the forecast period.

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The hardware segment accounted for the largest share of the RTLS market for healthcare in 2017

The hardware segment accounted for the largest share of the RTLS market for healthcare in 2017. However, the market share of the hardware segment is expected to decrease during the forecast period mainly because of the falling ASPs of tags and readers as the technology further matures. Although the price of hardware components of RTLS solutions is expected to decrease in the near future, the required volume of these hardware components would increase.

UWB-based RTLS solutions are expected to register the highest growth in the RTLS market for healthcare during the forecast period

UWB-based RTLS solutions operate in a large bandwidth spectrum, generally greater than 500 MHz and are reliable and accurate. The increasing popularity of UWB in the RTLS market for healthcare is mainly due to the advantages such as high precision, long battery life, high capacity, and fast update rates. These advantages of UWB solutions make them an ideal choice for high-precision applications in healthcare organizations or facilities. The decline in the prices of UWB tags has also resulted in the high implementation of UWB-based RTLS solutions.

Hospitals and healthcare facilities to continue to dominate the RTLS market for healthcare during the forecast period with a larger market share

Hospitals and healthcare facilities accounted for a larger market share in 2017. Hospitals in the US and European countries have a high demand for RTLS solutions for enhancing their operations, optimizing resource utilization, and increasing profitability. RTLS solutions provide real-time information about the location of people and assets, which helps healthcare organizations in making faster decisions and improving their operational processes. Additionally, the rapid growth in IoT in the healthcare industry has led to the increased adoption of RTLS, thereby accelerating the growth of the RTLS market for healthcare.

The market in APAC expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period

APAC is one of the potential regions for the RTLS market for healthcare, and the market in this region is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Asia Pacific is witnessing advancements in the healthcare sector as several healthcare facilities adopt newer technology-based products to improve their performance and automate certain processes. Japan is the early adopter of RTLS in this region and has witnessed the highest growth in the RTLS market for healthcare in the past. Countries such as South Korea, China, and Australia are now expected to witness high growth in the RTLS market for healthcare.

STANLEY Healthcare (US), Zebra Technologies Corporation (US), Aruba Networks (US), IMPINJ (US), TeleTracking Technologies (US), CenTrak (US), AiRISTA Flow (US), Sonitor Technologies (Norway), Versus Technology (US), and Identec Group (Liechtenstein) are among a few major players in the RTLS market for healthcare.

A few key innovators considered in the RTLS market for healthcare are DecaWave (Ireland), Redpine Signals (US), Sanitag (Turkey), Mojix (US), and Intelligent InSites (US), while Cerner Corporation (US), GE Healthcare (US), Secure Care Products (US), Borda Technology (Turkey), Cetani Corp. (US) are other prominent players in the RTLS market for healthcare.

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The next BriefingsDirect hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) use case discussion explores how a New Jersey college has embarked on the time-saving, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) modernization journey.

We will now learn how the combination of HCI and VDI makes the task of deploying and maintaining the latest end-user devices far simpler -- and cheaper than ever before.

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Here to explore how a new digital and data-driven culture can emerge from uniting the desktop edge with the hyper-efficient core are Tom Gillon, Director of Network and User Services at County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph, New Jersey; Michael Gilchrist, Assistant Director of Network Systems at County College of Morris (CCM), and Felise Katz, CEO of PKA Technologies, Inc. The discussion is moderated by Dana Gardner, principal analyst at Interarbor Solutions.

Here are some excerpts:

Gardner: What are the trends driving your needs at County College of Morris to modernize and simplify your personal computer (PC) architecture?

Gillon: We need to be flexible and agile in terms of getting software to the students, when they need it, where they need it.

Gillon
With physical infrastructure that really isn’t possible. So we realized that VDI was the solution to meet our goals -- to get the software where the students need it, when they need it, and so that’s a top trend that got us to this point.

Gardner: And is the simplicity of VDI deployments something you are looking at universally, or is this more specific to just students?

Gillon: We are looking to deploy VDI all throughout the college: Faculty, staff, and students. We started out with a pilot of 300 units that we mostly put out in labs and in common areas for the students. But now we are replacing older PCs that the faculty and staff use as well.

Gardner: VDI has been around for a while, and for the first few years there was a lot of promise, but there was also some lag from complications in that certain apps and media wouldn’t run properly; there were network degradation issues. We’ve worked through a lot of that, but what are some of your top concerns, Michael, when it comes to some of those higher-order infrastructure performance issues that you have to conquer before you get to the proper payoff from VDI?
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Gilchrist: You want to make sure that the user experience is the same as what they would experience on a physical device, otherwise they will not accept it.

Just having the horse power -- nowadays these servers are so powerful, and now you can even get graphics processing units (GPUs) in there -- you can run stuff like AutoCADor Adobeand still give the user the same experience that they would normally have on a physical device. That’s what we are finding. Pretty good so far.

Gardner: Felise, as a Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Platinum Partner, you have been through this journey before, so you know how it was rough-and-tumble there for a while with VDI. How has that changed from your perspective at PKA Technologies?

Katz: When HPE made the acquisition of SimpliVity that was the moment that defined a huge game-changer because it enabled us, as a solution provider, to bring the right technology to CCM. That was huge.

Gardner: When you’re starting out on an IT transition, you have to keep the wings on the airplane while you’re changing the engines, or vice versa. You have to keep things going while you are doing change. Tom, how did you manage that? How did you keep your students getting their apps? How have you been able to swap things out in a way that hasn’t been disruptive?

Gillon: The beauty of VDI is that we can switch out a lab completely with thin clients in about an hour. And we didn’t realize that going in. We thought it would take us most of the day. And then when we did it, we were like, “Oh my God, we are done.” We were able to go in there first thing in the morning and knock it out before the students even came in.

That really helped us to get these devices out to where the students need them and to not be disruptive to them.
That really helped us to get these devices out to where the students need them and not be disruptive to them.

Gardner: Tom, how did it work from your perspective in terms of an orderly process? How was the support from your partners like PKA? Do you get to the point where this becomes routine?

Gillon: PKA has the expertise in this area. We worked with them previously on an Aruba wireless network deployment project, and we knew that’s who we wanted to work with, because they were professional and thorough.

Moving to the thin client systems deployments, we contacted PKA and they put together a solution that worked well for us. We had not been aware of SimpliVity combined with HPE. They determined that this would be the best path for us, and it turned out to be true. They came in and we worked with HPE, setting this up and deploying it. Michael did a lot of that work with HPE. It was very simple to do. We were surprised at how simple it was.

Academic pressure 

Gardner:Felise, as a solution partner that specializes in higher education, what’s different from working at a college campus environment from, say, a small- to medium-sized business (SMB) or another type of enterprise? Is there something specific about a college environment, such as the number of apps, the need for certain people and groups in the college to have different roles within responsibilities? How did it shake out?

Katz: That’s an interesting question. As a solution provider, as an owner of a business, we always put our best foot forward. It really doesn’t matter whether it’s an academic institution or a commercial customer, it always has to be done in the right way.

Katz
As a matter of fact, in academics it’s even more profound, and a lot more pressured, because you are dealing with students, you are dealing with faculty, and you are dealing with IT staff. Once we are in a “go” mode, we are under a lot of pressure. We have a limited time span between semesters -- or vacations and holidays -- where we have to be around to help them to get it up and running.

We have to make sure that the customer is enabled. And with these guys at CCM, they were so fabulous to work with. They enabled us to help them to do more with less -- and that’s what the solution is all about. It’s all about simplification. It’s all about modernization. It’s all about being more efficient. And as Michael said so eloquently, it’s all about the experience for the students. That’s what we care about.
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Gardner: Michael, where are you on your VDI-enablement journey? We heard that you want to go pervasively to VDI. What have you had to put in place -- in terms of servers in the HPE SimpliVity HCI case -- to make that happen?

Gilchrist: So far, we have six servers in total. Three servers in each of our two data centers that we have on campus, for high redundancy. That’s going to allow us to cover our initial pilot of 300 thin clients that we are putting out there.

As far as the performance of the system goes, we are not even scratching the surface in terms of the computing or RAM available for those first 300 endpoints.

When it comes to getting more thin clients, I think we’re going to be able to initially tack on more thin clients to the initial subset of six servers. And as we grow, the beauty of SimpliVity is that we just buy another server, rack it up, and bolt it in -- and that’s it. It’s just plug and play.

Gardner: In order to assess how well this solution is working, let’s learn more about CCM. It’s 50 years old. What’s this college all about?

Data-driven college transformation 

Gillon: We are located in North Central New Jersey. We have an enrollment of about 8,000 students per semester; that’s for credit. We also have a lot of non-credit students coming and going as well.

As you said, we are 50-years-old, and I’ve been there almost 23 years. I was the second person hired in the IT Department.

I have seen a lot come and go, and we actually just last year inaugurated our third college president, just three presidents in 50 years. It’s a very stable environment, and it’s really a great place to work.

Gardner: I understand that you have had with this newest leadership more of a technical and digital transformation focus. Tell us how the culture of the college has changed and how that may have impacted your leaping into some of the more modern infrastructure to support VDI.

Gillon: Our new president is very data-driven. He wants data on everything, and frankly we weren't in a position to provide that.

We also changed CIOs. Our new CIO came in about a year after the new president, and he has also a strong data background. He is more about data than technology. So, with that focus we really knew that we had to get systems in place that are capable of quick transitions, and this HCI system really did the job for us. We are looking to expand further beyond that.

Gardner:Felise, I have heard other people refer to hyperconverged infrastructure architectures like SimpliVity as a gift that keeps giving. Clearly the reason to get into this was to support the VDI, which is a difficult workload. But there are also other benefits.
The simplification from HCI has uncomplicated their capability for growth and for scale.

What have been some of the other benefits that you have been able to demonstrate to CCM that come with HCI? Is it the compression, the data storage savings, or a clear disaster recovery path that they hadn’t had before? What do you see as some of the ancillary benefits?

Katz: It's all of the above. But to me -- and I think to both Tom and Michael -- it's really the simplification, because [HCI] has uncomplicated their capability for growth and for scale.

Look, they are in a very competitive business, okay, attracting students, as Tom said. That’s tough, that's where they have to make the difference, they have to make a difference when that student arrives on campus with his, I don’t know, how many devices, right?

One student, five devices 

Gillon: It averages five now, I think.

Katz: Five devices that come on board. How do you contend with that, besides having this huge pipe for all the data and everything else that they have to enable? And then you have new ways of learning that everybody has to step up and enable. It's not just about a classroom; it’s a whole different world. And when you’re in a rural part of New Jersey, where you’re looking to attract students, you have to make sure you are at the top of your game.

Gardner:Expectations are higher than ever, and the younger people are even more demanding because they haven’t known anything else.

Katz: Yes, just think about their Xbox, their cell phones, and more devices. It's just a huge amount. And it's not only for them, it's also for your college staff.

Gardner: We can’t have a conversation about IT infrastructure without getting into the speeds and feeds a little bit. Tell us about your SimpliVity footprint, energy, maintenance, and operating costs. What has this brought to you at CCM? You have been doing this for 23 years, you know what a high-maintenance server can be like. How has this changed your perspective on keeping a full-fledged infrastructure up and running?

Ease into IT

Gillon: There are tremendous benefits, and we are seeing that. The six servers that we have put in, they are replacing a lot of other devices. If we would have gone with a different solution, we would have had a rack full of servers to contend with. With this solution, we are putting three devices in each of our server rooms to handle the load of our initial 300 VDI deployments -- and hopefully more soon.

There are a lot of savings involved, such as power. A lot of our time is being saved because we are not a big shop. Besides Michael and myself, I have a network administrator, and another systems administrator -- that’s it, four people. We just don't have the time to do a lot of things we need to do -- and this system solves a lot of those issues.

Gilchrist: From a resources utilization standpoint, the deduplication and compression that the SimpliVity system provides is just insane. I am logically provisioning hundreds of terabytes of information in my VMware system -- and only using 1.5 terabytes physically. And just the backup and restore, it's kind of fire and forget. You put this stuff in place and it really does do what they say. You can restore large virtual machines (VMs) in about one or two seconds and then have it back up and running in case something goes haywire. It just makes my life a lot easier.

I’m no longer having to worry about, “Well, who was my back-up vendor? Or who is my storage area network (SAN) vendor? And then there’s trying to combine all of those systems into one. Well, HPE SimpliVityjust takes care of all of that. It’s a one-stop shop; it’s a no-brainer.

Gardner: All in one, Felise, is that a fair characterization?
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Katz: That is a very, very true assessment. My goal, my responsibility is to bring forward the best solution for my customers and having HPE in my corner with this is huge. It gives me the advantage to help my clients, and so we are able to put together a really great solution for CCM.

Gardner: There seems to be a natural progression with IT infrastructure adoption patterns. You move from bare metal to virtualization, then you move from virtualization to HCI, and then that puts you on a path to private cloud -- and then hybrid cloud. And in doing this modernization, you get used to the programmatic approach to infrastructure, so composable infrastructure.

Do you feel that this progression is helping you modernize your organization? And where might that lead to, Tom?

Gillon: I do. With the experience we are gaining with SimpliVity, we see that this can go well beyond VDI, and we are excited about that. We are getting to a point where our current infrastructure is getting a little long in the tooth. We need to make some decisions, and right now the two of us are like, this is only decision we want to make. This is the way we are going to go.

Gardner: I have also read that VDI is like the New York of IT -- if you can do it there, you can do it anywhere. So what next workloads do you have in mind? Is this enterprise resource planning (ERP), is it business apps? What?

Gillon: All of the above. We are definitely looking to put some of our server loads into the VDI world, and just the benefits that SimpliVity gives to us in terms of business continuity and redundancy, it really is a no-brainer for us.

And yes, ERP, we have our ERP system currently virtualized, and the way Michael has things set up now, it's going to be an easy transition for us when we get to that point.

Gardner: We have talked a lot about the hardware, but we also have to factor in the software. You have been using the VMware Horizonapproach to VDI and workspaces, and that’s great, but what about moving toward cloud?

Do you want to have more choice in your hypervisor? Does that set you on another path to make choices about private cloud? What comes next in terms of what you support on such a great HCI platform?

A cloudy future?

Gillon: We have decisions to make when it comes to cloud. We are doing some things in the cloud now, but there are some things we don't want to do in the cloud. And HPE has a lot of solutions.

We recently attended a discussion with the CEO of HPE [Antonio Neri] about where they are headed, and they say hybrid is the way to go. You are going to have some on-premises workloads, you are going to have some off-premises. And that's where we see CCM going as well.

Gardner: What advice would you give to other organizations that are maybe later in starting out with VDI? What might save them a step or two?
Get yourself a good partner because there are so many things that you don't know about these systems.

Gillon: First thing, get yourself a good partner because there are so many things that you don't know about these systems. And having a good partner like PKA, they brought a lot to the table. They could have easily provided a solution to us that was just a bunch of servers.

Gilchrist: Yes, they brought in the expertise. We didn’t know about SimpliVity, and once they showed us everything that it can do, we were skeptical. But it just does it. We are really happy with it, and I have to say, having a good partner is step number one.

Gardner: Felise, what recommendations do you have for organizations that are just now dipping their toe into workloads like VDI? What is it about HCI in particular that they should consider?

Look to the future 

Katz: If they are looking for flexible architecture, if they are looking for the agility, to be able to make those moves down the road -- and that's where their minds are – then they really have to do the due diligence. Tom, Michael and their team did. They were able understand what their needs are, what right requirements are for them -- not just for today but also going down the road to the future.

When you adopt a new architecture, you are displacing a lot of your older methodologies, too. It’s a different world, a hybrid world. You need to be able to move, and to move the workloads back and forth.

It’s a great time right now. It's a great place to be because things are working, and they are clicking. We have the reference architectures available now to help, but it’s really first about doing their homework.
That’s Right for Your Needs
CCM is really a great team to work with. It's really a pleasure, and it’s a lot of fun.

And I would be remiss not to say, I have a great team. From my sales to my technical: Strategic Account Manager Angie Moncada, Systems Engineer Patrick Shelley, and Vice President of Technology Russ Chow, they were just all-in with them. That makes a huge difference when you also connect with HPE on the right solutions. So that’s really been great.

Listen to the podcast. Find it on iTunes. Get the mobile app. Read a full transcript or download a copy. Sponsor: Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

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Tonight is the finale..finally. I have really liked this season, but at this point I am ready for it to be over.

who's watching-Alicia, Amanda, Celsey, Krista and Parker

meet the fam #1-Garrett opens up to her family. The tears are pretty adorable. We see a little more from Garrett than we have seen in the past. Everyone loves him.

meet the fam #2-Blake shows up and everyone loves him too. She tears up talking to her sister. Her family asks him what will happen if he isn't the one and it freaks him out. He feels like there's  something different with Becca and convinces himself she is picking Garrett.

Becca talks to all of her family and then her mom. She is really torn about what to do.

final date #1-Garrett gets the boat date. They start out talking about his visit with her family and got distracted by the dolphins. They get out and swim at the equator. This is my favorite day of Garrett. He finally came out of his shell and showed us what Becca has probably seen the whole time. He tells Becca he wants to take care of her and loves her so much. They talk about her dad. She cries a little. He cries a little. I've been team Blake this whole time, but suddenly I really likes Garrett.

final date #2-Blake got his emotions in check over the last 36 hours and is ready to focus on them. They ride bikes and go swimming. Blake challenges Becca and himself to be in the moment and not in their own heads. They have a really good day. She goes to his place. He gives her a time capsule. He is so in love and is ready for tomorrow.

Both guys wake up ready to get engaged. They meet with Neil Lane and have the most amazing rings to choose from. It's proposal time. They show both guys riding up in their boats, and then Blake gets out first. We all know what that means. He says what he wants to say and thankfully Becca does not let him propose. He is understandably so confused. Watching Blake process this all and cry and cry and cry is the saddest thing ever. Chris H talks to Blake right after he watched it back for the first time. Becca comes out to talk to Blake (before the show actually ends-is that normal?) Blake is very mature and says he wants Becca to be happy, and he isn't afraid to fall in love again. 

We watched all of Blake and then took a break for some final baby shower prep for Lacey. I was so sad watching Blake that I'm having a hard time shifting my emotions for Garrett. As soon as he started talking I was really happy for them. They get engaged and live happily ever after and get a mini van as a gift from Chris H.

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