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FDOT laying groundwork for future technology

Across the globe, transportation agencies and car makers are testing smart cars and smart highways – including autonomous cars and trucks that drive themselves.

But before any of that technology can work on U.S. 686 more words

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Multi-Node MPLS and Private Line Service

Connecting multiple offices together brings a huge boost to efficiency and speed at which a company can operate. A centralized and streamlined network infrastructure allows companies the ability to cut more costs maximizing their return on investment, while reducing the total cost of ownership for the leading technology in the market.Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is a method which is used to assign network protocols between multiple nodes which operate in both a controlled and private environment.Creating a seamless virtual link between multiple locations that is not distance sensitive. 165 more words

Wireless Service in Your Business

The many complexities of running a business develops into a long list. An important addition to that list is knowing whether or not to install wireless capabilities in the business. 233 more words

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A TEXtremely Successful Day

What a day! Last week, Cross River Fiber enjoyed industry insight and networking at Telecom Exchange (TEX). The event was hosted by our friends at Jaymie Scotto & Associates and took place June 22 at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. 403 more words

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Military wants to buy Guantánamo Bay a 2nd fiber-optic cable

Hmmm. Very interesting news about the little-reported links between Gitmo and Puerto Rico. Carol Rosenberg writes, “The idea is to run a second submarine cable between Cuba and Puerto Rico. 572 more words

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A blue flux

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