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Viodi View – 02/06/14

The first time Peyton Manning was in the Super bowl, I watched with 2,000+ others at the 2007 NTCA Annual Convention. Unfortunately for Manning, this year’s results weren’t the same and, unfortunately, for me, I didn’t get a chance to attend this week’s NTCA event, now known as RTIME.  Fortunately, we have a video from […]

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Telemedicine Wearable & Implantables

Augmenting the Local Caregiver’s Abilities via Google Glass

Telemedicine is the kind of practical application that may make Google Glass and other wearable technologies into something revolutionary. Pristine, a company that claims to be the only company that has developed commercially available Glass-software that meets HIPPA regulations, has partnered with Wound Care Advantage (WCA) to be the first to use Google Glass to help […]

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Conferences Technology

The Vision of TelcoVision 2013

[Editor’s Note; For more great insight from Kshitij about “Big Data” and other topics , please go to his website at http://www.kshitijkumar.com/] TelcoVision (formerly TelcoTV) was held in Las Vegas, NV Oct 23-25 this year. While the name has changed, much else was similar to previous years. The intent with the name change, of course, was to […]

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Viodi View – 05/12/10

This issue features more highlights from the 2010 Broadband Properties Summit, including the importance of state participation in determining a national broadband plan, more telemedicine applications for broadband providers and benefits of the Smart Grid. Additionally, Alan Weissberger weighs in on the iPad and its impact on carriers and we get a preview of what […]

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Viodi View – 04/28/10

Attending three shows in two weeks – IP Possibilities, TANE and the 2010 Broadband Properties Summit – may have caused me to go into conference overload. All are great shows and I have some great take-aways from these events that are still stuck as digital scribbles across my virtual notepad. My epiphany is how much […]