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WS

abbreviation for WRITER TO THE SIGNET.
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A community self-described as one comprised "of more than 90,000 technology professionals and consumers committed to advancing innovation, growing our nation's IT economy, and enhancing the fabric of our nation through technology" has urged the FCC to preserve no less than three TV white spaces channels in every market in the nation that can be used to carry "innovative broadband technology.
To be specific, the innovative strategy aims to utilize the unused TV White Spaces spectrum in the UHF (Ultra High Frequency) TV bands for sending wireless signals like a Wi-Fi router.
According to the most recent White Space report evaluating the quality and impact of 25 major global consulting firms in the world, IBM remains the leader for the consistent high quality of its thought leadership.
DataGryd's MegaSuite and 240,000 square feet of white space will stand the test of time, with 21st century, high-density MicroGryd power and cooling technology housed in the largest single-footprint data center space available in New York City.
The TV White Space (TVWS) network is provided by FilAsia System Technologies Inc.
White space tech is expected to push Internet connectivity in rural areas.
And it's also important to realize that identifying the white space does not have to be a "store brands versus name brands" endeavor, especially in light of the fact that the significant broad-scale growth store brands saw during the economic downturn is not expected to continue.
For colleges and universities, a significant opportunity exists in having unlicensed access to unused television channels, or TV white space spectrum.
TV White Space spectrum refers to frequencies in the VHF and UHF television broadcast bands that are either unassigned or unused by existing broadcasters or other licensees.
It was while consulting with the Army over the past two years that Brafman distilled his five rules of chaos: 1) of data, because numbers don't always tell the story; 2) Remember it's called organized chaos, which means its important to maintain stability around the chaos; 3) Make white space productive by using it judiciously and reasonably; 4) Embrace unusual suspects and invite these outsiders--from within and without your company--to bring unique viewpoints to the discussion; 5) Organize serendipity by creating conditions that encourage spontaneous interactions.
To prevent interference with other channels, the network uses Google's spectrum database to determine white space availability.
Successful Trial of Wi-Fi at Macrocell Range Over TV White Space Opens Doors to Numerous Commercial Applications: Technology Available for Immediate Field Trials