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Viodi View – 03/14/18

It is easy to write that one has the choice in how they react in the face of a tragedy, but it is humbling and inspirational to see people consciously choosing love when the easy path would be negative or destructive emotions. It took several social media posts from IPTV pioneer Ryan Petty before it […]

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Alan Weissberger Cloud Computing Software Defined Network

2015 Hot Interconnects Summary Part I – Oracle, Intel, and Facebook Talks

Introduction: In this first of a multi-part series on the excellent Hot Interconnects 2015 conference,¬†held in Santa Clara, CA, August 26-28, 2015, we highlight presentations from three major IT infrastructure vendors: Oracle, Intel, and Facebook. A follow on article will examine Huawei’s open source activities, Deep Machine Learning and its networking applications (from Brocade Research), […]

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Viodi View – 11/18/13

Can drivel be thought-provoking? Sometimes it can, even if not for the reason intended. A recent episode of Two Broke Girls had me thinking thoughts that CBS probably had no intent on stirring. Those thoughts, combined with the timing of Senator Jay Rockefeller’s (D-W.Va.)¬†bill, S1680, regarding the creation of a new class of online video […]

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Broadband social media

Social Stories of Folly and Frustration

Facebook Follies Just how valuable are those fleeting Facebooks posts so many businesses use to promote their product or message? The messages quickly disappear into a blog scroll longer than the Mississippi – with locks and dam obstacles to discourage anyone from ever trying to find significant information- so they tend to be more like […]

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Viodi View – 10/27/2010

The October 27th issue of the Viodi View includes articles on LTE standards, mobile backhaul via Ethernet, hybrid fiber/wireless solutions for serving the unserved in Vermont and discussion of today being the honeymoon period for brands that use Facebook; but they have to use it correctly, before it loses its luster among consumers.

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