I’ve been very pleased with the connection and speed ever since I switched from Wise to DSL few months back, but I’ve been having some weird issues that I was only able to figure out on Sunday.
When Ogero first came to install the modem, they put filters on all the phones in the house to prevent any internet disruption, mainly on handy-phones for some reason. this however did not stop the connection from going down occasionally but I always thought it was a problem with Ogero as we are used to frequent short internet outages.
However, internet was down all day on Saturday and on Sunday as well. It would go up randomly then go down few minutes later. I called the support like ten times and they would re-assure me every time that thereâ€™s no problem from their side and that my connection is working fine. They would also ask me to check the cables or unplug everything and plug them back. I tried everything and the connection was still dropping until I noticed something. Every time I placed a call with the living roomâ€™s handy phone, the internet signal on the DSL modem would go off. I thought it was a coincidence at first but then I tried it 4 times and it would disconnect over and over again.
As a result, I unplugged the phone line from this specific handy phone and the connection stopped dropping. Noting that the phone has a filter, and we barely use it, I donâ€™t understand why it would cause a drop in the internet connection and have no clue on how to proceed to fix it. I guess I will have to call back support today.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2012
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All computers require memory to operate. The main computer memory is Random Access Memory, or RAM for short. It is called this because the data contained in it can be accessed in any, or random, order. It is produced on small circuit boards in the form of sticks, which are often referred to as sticks of memory. Information is stored in the memory as it awaits being processed by the central processing unit, or CPU. It is essential to have the right type and speed of memory to ensure your system is operating optimally.
The main type of memory used today in desktop computer systems is Synchronous Dynamic RAM (SDRAM). With in the past several years, Double Data Rate SDRAM (DDR SDRAM, or simply DDR) has become the standard for most systems, with older memory now being referred to as Single Data Rate (SDR SDRAM). Occasionally, systems use Rambus Dynamic RAM (RDRAM) or DDR2 RAM, which are slightly different and are outside of the scope of this article.
SDRAM is different from other forms of asynchronous memory because it waits for each clock, or computing cycle, before it responds to inputs. These clocks happen very fast in computers (millions of times a second) but still the speed of the memory is ultimately limited by the computer bus. This is the wiring on the main- or motherboard in the system that connects all the components. The processor and memory can both handle high clock speeds, but if the speed of the system bus is low, they will be limited by the lowest speed. It is important that they all operate at similar speeds to operate most efficiently. For example, SDR SDRAM comes in PC66, PC100 and PC133; these numbers refer to the clock speed of the RAM in megahertz (a million cycles a second): 66 MHz, 100 MHz and so forth. If the system bus speed is rated at 100 MHz and the memory at 66 MHz, then the memory isn’t operating as quickly as it could and PC100 memory should be purchased. Of course, if PC133 were purchased for this same system, the extra 33 MHz would simply be wasted because the system bus can only handle 100 MHz.
Double Data Rate (DDR) memory is very similar to traditional SDRAM except it transfers data twice during each clock cycle. This doubles the transfer rate of the memory while the system bus stays the same. So a 100 MHz system bus that handles DDR memory can effectively use 200 MHz RAM. DDR comes in many speeds, each with two designations. On the box or somewhere in the specifications, the memory will be referred to as DDR-xxx, where the xxx is replaced by the effective clock speed of the memory, such as 200 as in the previous example. It will also list a PC-xxxx number, where xxxx represents the bandwidth of the entire stick of memory. This is not particularly important to understand for novices. The most common are: DDR-200/PC-1600, which operates at a clock speed of 100 MHz (effectively 200 MHz), DDR-266/PC-2100, which operates at 133 MHz (effectively 266 MHz), DDR-333/PC-2700, operating at 166 MHz (333 MHz) and DDR-400/PC-3200, which operates at 200 MHz (400 MHz).
It is very important to know which type (SDR or DDR SDRAM) and speed of memory your system uses and to always purchase this type when upgrading or replacing your memory. You can usually find this information in the manual or contact the manufacturer.
If you drive a car or truck you make sure it has a regular oil change, you take all the accumulated junk out of the inside (hopefully) and you get it serviced at regular intervals.
For those of us who work on the internet it is essential we remember to treat our computers to a good clean out and service regularly. There is nothing scarier than turning on a computer and finding out something has gone wrong with it. It happened to me a couple of months back and I’m glad I’d done one important thing before my old gas-powered computer finally popped its clogs, I purchased an external hard drive.
One of the best things anybody can get when working regularly on a computer is an external hard drive. These things are ridiculously cheap, just look on Amazon.com. You can get some external hard drives that will take up to 5TB of information – that’s a vast amount of stuff you can transfer to your external hard drive. You data should not be trapped inside your main computer, if you don’t use the majority of that information regularly transfer it.
Working on the Internet for most people involves research, and sometimes we get lead down paths and onto dubious websites. Reliable antivirus software is essential as is an anti-malware program. The antivirus software I use warns me when I’m about to go into enemy territory so consequently I don’t.
It is so frustrating when your trusted computer starts to run slowly, but very often you can cure some of the sluggishness by regularly running system cleanups. Disk cleanup will remove lots of the temporary files your computer no longer needs and other little bits of programs that are no longer required. Check to see if you need to defrag your hard drive once a month, this will also help to keep your computer running efficiently.
I’m always downloading stuff and it’s a good idea to check periodically what programs you do have and whether you have actually ever used them. I check all the programs on my computer once a month and if I’ve never used them I delete them and run defrag afterwards if necessary.
If your computer is older and has started making odd noises, then it may be the beginning of the end. Luckily I downloaded all of my files and programs onto an external hard drive long before it finally gave up the ghost. That external hard drive was probably the best $20 I’ve ever spent. I recommend everyone gets one if they don’t have one already.
Computers last around three years before they become outdated and obsolete. With some TLC and planning your computer should last a lot longer than three years, but remember none of your files will last 30 seconds if something goes seriously wrong and it may cost more than the price of an external hard drive to recover those files. It happened to me many years ago with another computer and I wasn’t able to recover anything from the hard drive. It was a disaster.
Don’t take your computer for granted – look after it.
Wireless Internet is a technology that has been much talked about but hasn’t been able to catch up to the level that one might have expected. But as we move more towards mobility and mobile devices with the onset of Mobile Phones, Netbooks, Laptops and now Tablet PCs, we are getting more and more into the habit of having access to all our stuff on the move.
A laptop in today’s context looses its USP of portability if it has to be wired to an internet cable all the time And this is where the wireless internet/data cards/usb modems fit in. ‘Plug n Play’ is what they are mostly referred to as, simply implying that you just plug in your USB modem and you are ready to go
The most popular of the Wireless Internet devices is the USB modems that look identical to pen drives and are most convenient to use. there are a variety of options in this domain, the more popular ones being MTS MBlaze and Tata Photon. I had been reading and researching a lot about the efficiency of these devices before taking a decision on opting for them. To utter dismay, there was a lot of negative talk that I came across regarding the reliability and speed of these devices as compared to the wired broadband that we use. And quite right, there has to be a natural regression in the performance that is dependent on the media of transfer And might I use the cliche of Not comparing apples to oranges
So in keeping with this approach, I view the device in question as an entity by itself and not an offshoot or more aptly – a replacement for wired broadband. To start with, Tata Photon has been an old timer in this domain. Its been there for long, but there has always been a question mark on its performance. MTS on the other hand is a new kid on the block, which in turn meant that I had no bad reviews or customer experiences to counter while opting for it. secondly, they had quite an attractive offer that seemed worth a try in any case. thus, I opted for the MTS MBlaze as my choice.
I have now been with MTS for more than 3 months and to my utter surprise, all inhibitions and doubts regarding the worth of wireless devices was to turn out to be only a misconception or fallacy. MTS has been giving me extremely good service ever since. But do keep in mind, I speak for the device not comparing it with its wired counterparts – there stands no valid comparison. By itself, the device provides to you a very decent surfing speed that would meet all your basic requirements of checking mails, blogging, social networking, etc that you may want to do. Its quite a reasonable gadget that serves you good enough to get access of the basics when on the move or just too lazy to put your main computer on. Yes, there are times when the connection does give up, but a few moments wait and reconnection invariably solved the problem for me. Of course, you will need a standard wired connection if your work is net dependent or quite intensive, but for all general light use, MBlaze does it for you. it comes in specially handy when you need to for instance update your laptop with latest virus definitions or windows update. you no longer need to plug in your laptop to your internet cable for this sole purpose. One more thing I noticed was, although at times some sites may take time to load in case of a peak hour usage, but the downloads work quite well with MBlaze – its always been rapid with good decent speeds. But as I say so, its important to also keep in mind that much of this may also depend on the area in which you are located and how widespread the network is in that area.
Somehow this form of internet takes me back in time to the good old days when we used to be so dependent on the ‘Dial Up Internet’ through our phones; it today seems a crazy proposition. But don’t worry, this is a technology that stands somewhere in between – far better than the dial up but obviously not comparable to the wired broadband. as a gadget, this is a must have if you use a laptop. try it and you would feel that it changes the whole meaning of a notebook pc releasing it from being restricted to one place by the wired net connection which in effect negates the sole purpose of a notebook – portability and mobility. so get rid of those wires and savor the experience of internet browsing on the move
Fort Smith, AR (Vocus) July 27, 2010
National moving service ABF U-Pack has announced a 10% discount on all moving boxes and moving supplies at the U-Pack online box store. This discount applies to all customers with a U-Pack reservation. All boxes and moving supplies are shipped directly to the customers door prior to moving day.
Consumers will also find U-Packs virtual storefront easier to navigate as a result of fresh site changes, making it simple for customers to select boxes for moving. For assistance determining how many boxes it takes to pack a household, U-Packs moving box estimator makes it simple.
Those in the moving process often find that quality moving supplies are the most essential items on their moving checklistprimarily because protecting their belongings in transit is a top priority. Experts report that using proper moving boxes will help in avoiding damage, reminding consumers that not all moving boxes are created equal. U-Pack offers only high-quality boxes that meet industry-standards through our online store, explains Walter Eddleman, U-Packs moving supply store specialist. If keeping your possessions secure while theyre in transit is important to you, we suggest using boxes that were made for moving. Grocery store boxes were not intended for moving household goods and may not provide the protection required to keep your belongings safe in transit.
Along with sturdy moving boxes, U-Pack also offers discounted moving supplies such as furniture pads, wardrobe boxes and Bubble Wrap via the online store. Customers with a confirmed U-Pack reservation can just enter their reference number at checkout to automatically apply the savings to their box store order, says U-Pack Manager Kay Lynn Clay.
Along with the 10% discount, U-Pack also offers free shipping on all orders over $150. Moving can get expensive, so finding good, quality moving boxes at affordable prices can make a difference in whether a customer stays within their moving budget or not, notes Clay.
Moving boxes and supplies can be purchased individually at the U-Pack Box Store, or customers can choose from an assortment of packages that contain all the moving boxes and accessories needed to pack household goods.
ABF U-Pack Moving offers an affordable alternative to making a self-move by providing the professional driver and equipment of traditional full-service moving companies at a rate thats comparable to a rental truck. For more information, visit http://www.upack.com.
Tel Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
Starting today, online competitive intelligence is undergoing a revolution. Thanks to the new media intelligence available through AdClarity, the ambiguity which plagues the online advertising industry is now demystified. Previous to this new products release, when seeing a web ad for a product like a Toyota Camry on a site like yahoo.com, it was easy to determine the publisher (Yahoo) and the advertiser (Toyota), but further information was always hidden.
AdClarity now discloses full information about the advertiser, including the other publishing sites they advertise on, the regions they target, their current campaigns, and the deployment chain of each campaign. The ad users see on yahoo.com may have gone through many middlemen agencies and networks before reaching the publisher. Furthermore, the campaign can be compared to the same campaign running on other sites and to other to similar campaigns.
If a competitor like Nissan wants to understand Toyotas advertising strategy, all they need to do is log on to AdClarity. In there, they can find (and duplicate) successful creative designs and marketing messages, understand the networks used, and uncover successful partnerships to pursue.
Our customers are using AdClarity to unveil the entire ecosystem of display advertising, says Orey Gilliam, CEO of BIScience, they tell us that buying and selling media without AdClarity is like gambling. With our product, they can make informed decisions and can easily get ahead of their competition.
Leading online media players have already started using AdClarity and now, online media monitoring is available for an absolutely free trial on its website, AdClarity.com.
Going online is a wonderful way to save time and money when you are looking to buy boxes for packing purposes. It is comparatively low in price when compared to the rising cost of customized shops that sell standard moving material at high costs. There are many websites that offer savings and quick shipment anywhere across the world.
There is a wide variety of recycled cartons available out there that are used for many different purposes. If you’re looking to buy storage boxes to store away items for any length of time, cardboard boxes are an ideal choice. Boxes for shipping material from one place to another can be purchased at reasonable prices and are also made from cardboard. Cardboard boxes are a cost-efficient, environmentally friendly solution.
Manufacturers make sure to test durability of shipping containers and boxes before distribution. They load each box with adequate weight to insure the solidity of each box.
Once the order has been placed online, the seller ships the material and is sure to include the order purchase reference number to avoid any confusion. Deciding to buy shipping boxes online is a very wise choice. Not only are you making a sound financial purchase, you’re also investing in an Eco friendly “green” product that helps reduce carbon footprints from the natural environment.
Buy cardboard boxes online at very competitive prices. This is the best way to attain the most cost-efficient storage solution. Especially for the millions of people who are moving from one location to another, packing belongings in cardboard boxes is the most advantageous way to transport those items.
Moving boxes supplies are also available from a number of different websites. Whatever it is that you require in association with your move, you can most likely find online. Boxes and supplies are always necessary and they’re widely available in all shapes and sizes. Cardboard boxes, when packed well, will ensure that all your belongings will make it safely to its next destination. Items can remain I boxes until they’re ready to be unpacked.
Avoid using garbage bags and other unreliable material. Cardboard boxes can be sealed well all around with strong tape. Newspaper is often used to wrap fragile articles that need to be stacked for instance, dishes, vases, or glass. Bubble wrap can also be used to wrap items or to insulate boxes so as to avoid any damage during transportation. Buy your packing material online, it’s easy and fast.
Just a few months after the deal closed, Google is reportedly already planning to break up Motorola Mobility and sell off some parts, according to a memo from Light Reading Cable.
In the memo, LRC editor Jeff Baumgartner writes that Google is planning to sell of the set-top box unit, in particular, as the bidding process would get started in September with hopes for a deal completed by the end of the year:
Multiple industry insiders and people in cable M&A circles confirm that Google has not yet started the formal sales process for the Home division, which makes and sells cable modems, set-tops, video processors, edge QAMs, cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) and video navigation software. However, there’s strong consensus that Google will put Motorola on the block, though there’s some variance on when the process will officially get underway. Barclays Capital is rumored to be the banker Google has hired for the sale.
This is disconcerting (and unlikely) for a few reasons, most of which center around Google TV. Here’s why Google probably won’t (or at least shouldn’t) get rid of this important division of Motorola just yet.
The $12.5 billion merger closed this spring after Google originally made its bid last summer. Google has repeatedly argued that the acquisition was not just a patent deal (although critics counter that it largely was), but that doesn’t mean that Motorola didn’t bring other important assets to the table.
Following the merger, some of the biggest points on the to-do list really centered around hardware — especially for the living room.
Think about it. Motorola’s contribution to the Android OS mobile ecosystem hasn’t really been all that great thus far. Most of the best Android devices (smartphones especially out there) come from other mobile OEM partners — namely Samsung with the Galaxy series. even the new Nexus 7, which is arguably the best 7-inch media tablet available right now, comes from Asus.
If hardware is actually on Google’s mind, then the living room is where Motorola can help the most. Motorola already has a major presence in living rooms nationwide as many set-top boxes from cable providers are actually made by Motorola. Google has barely broken ground in this market on its own with Google TV-enabled devices, and the Nexus Q certainly isn’t getting there anytime soon.
Furthermore, Google TV is starting to get notice again this year — in a much more positive way — thanks to partnerships with LG and Vizio as well as continuing work with Sony. why not start to do some more stuff in-house? many people thought that’s what Google was planning to do with Motorola Mobility for smartphones and tablets, so it makes sense well enough for home entertainment devices too.
Google TV also had a much stronger presence at Google I/O in June than it did last year as the Internet giant continues to court developers to the platform with new tools and options.
Google also showed its dedication to its TV platform by inking a multi-year licensing agreement with Rovi for access to a patent portfolio that covers Rovi’s interactive program guide for set top boxes, online media and mobile platforms. Rovi holds more than 5,200 patents (including pending ones) worldwide.
And on just a more competitive level, if Apple is going to dive deeper into the home entertainment scene like everyone expects with an actual TV of its own, Google is going to need to step up its own TV solutions as well. There’s no way that Google would give up on the living room before this sector just becomes the next battleground in tech.
Therefore, it just doesn’t make sense that Google would sell off Motorola Mobility’s cable and set-top box technology at this point in time when there’s so much that could be done with it. but if this report is true, then that could be a huge oversight (and blunder) on Google’s part.
(PRWEB) November 27, 2010
Over 30% of exhibiting companies are new to Online Information which is a leading and established information industry meeting place for more than 9,000 attendees from over 40 countries across the globe. This unique free to attend event is designed to showcase the best content resources and information management solutions. It consists of an exhibition with more than 200 international exhibitors, an extensive educational show floor seminar programme, plus a range of exciting and stimulating show features.
Stephanie Pothier, Online Information sales manager says, Online Information is a tried and tested platform for companies looking to launch or profile their products to an industry wide audience. We believe this rise in the number of new companies wishing to participate this year is a reflection of the changes taking place across the information industry landscape, along with the proliferation of innovations and new technologies.
One of the main objectives for exhibiting at Online Information is to launch new systems and products. Companies also use the event to profile recently launched and existing services to demonstrate how they can be optimised in any given environment.
About first time Online Information exhibiting companies in 2010:
CDI Systems is launching its state of the art e-Publishing system (NetIS) in the UK at Online Information 2010 and its objective for the show is to increase UK client numbers to add its existing International (France, Japan, US, China, Spain, Israel) client e-Content provider/publisher base. The companys COO, Gedaliah Gurfein, is presenting a paper, Enabling the transition from print to digital in a safe and end user friendly environment. on 1 December in Theatre A as part of the free showfloor seminar programme.
Frontline GMS Ltd and Ringgold Inc will demonstrate its new Consortium Directory Online, which will be released in January 2011. The Consortium Directory, originally published by Frontline GMS Ltd will become available as an online database in partnership with Ringgold Inc, creating a unique resource for the information industry. The new Directory, renamed the Consortium Directory Online (CDO), is the most comprehensive directory of the library consortium market available, will include over 600 library consortia in 100 countries.
i-Publishing Consultants Ltd is exhibiting to meet with organisations interested in re-purposing their book/print content / information online AND engaging more effectively with their communities of interest. The company is bringing to market a commoditised version of an established editorial cms already used by household name publishers in the UK, Europe and the US to test the water with regard to its joint venture with software partner and co-exhibitor (Librios) and gauge market interest, particularly amongst smaller and medium sized publishers who want to remain in control of their content and therefore the future of their businesses and for whom the options of expensive, enterprise scale in-house implementation or complete outsourcings are not sensible business options. I-Publishing will also be demonstrating variable re-purposing print book content for output to community web sites, as optimised ebooks and to mobile a new flavour with community engagement of an existing print to online capability and presenting at the XML pavilion at 12.45 on 1 December entitled, Using editorial content management to re-purpose print book content for web, e-Books and apps.
Jadu already has a strong presence in Local Government and Higher Education providing solutions for website content publishing using the Jadu CMS and is exhibiting at Online Information to grow its exposure alongside its core sector to other markets. The company will be announcing the launch of the latest Jadu CMS point release, Clearwater 1.9. Providing a flexible platform for information management, Jadu CMS is designed for and used by organisations of varying sizes within government, higher education, commercial and not for profit sectors. Sophisticated, yet simple to use web-based publishing tools enable non-technical employees to be autonomous in publishing information. Alongside this Jadu will also be launching its SharePoint Connector. This allows content publishing from the MS Office SharePoint server of pages, documents and images to any Jadu powered website or intranet. Demonstrations of Jadu XForms pro & Jadu Rupa Enterprise search for Google will take place throughout the show and a Jadu client, Paul Stanton from the University of Leeds, will be talking about building the “Killer CourseFinder” to help drive student recruitment using the Jadu CMS.
Miles 33 has been a leading supplier of software, support and consultancy services to the publishing, legal and finance sectors across the globe for more than 30 years. Against a background of media conversion becoming a reality globally, and its extensive experience in publishing and broad product portfolio becoming relevant to other industries – the companys main objective for Online this year is to connect with representatives of other markets and learn about their needs and challenges in any of their publishing-related activities, whether it is publishing to the web, or producing their marketing collateral. While Miles 33 will have many of its products at the show, the main emphasis will be on three core aspects of media management: Managing Content, Creating an online marketplace and looking after the finances. Michael Moore, CEO, Miles 33. says, We are very excited in participating in Online Information 2010 and hope to connect with innovative thinkers of other industries. We would love to share experiences, show our solutions and see if there are mutual opportunities to be explored.
Nikkei Europe is the European subsidiary of Nikkei Inc, a Japanese media company specialising in financial and economic reports which publishes the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the largest financial newspaper in the world and the Nikkei 225 stock market index for Japan. Nikkei is exhibiting at the Online Information 2010 to provide demonstrations and information for some of its online data services, Nikkei Telecom 21 and Nikkei NEEDS. The company attended as a conference delegate last year and recognised that the conference and exhibition would enable it to reach a large number of information professionals face to face. Nikkei will be providing demonstrations of its online services, Nikkei Telecom21 and NEEDS Financial QUEST. It will also be providing the first demonstrations of NEEDS Tick Vision, a new tick data analysis and download service. This will be the first time that NEEDS Tick Vision has been demonstrated in Europe. Free trial IDs will be handed out to the first 100 people to visit the stand for Telecom21 and sample data from the companys online data download service Financial QUEST.
Onomatics , a French company, is exhibiting at Online to take its first step into the British market demonstrating its innovative and effective application and solutions.
Oxygenxml is demonstrating its existing XML tools and previewing some of its new products and services. Plus its also running a seminar session on XML workflows.
Srishti Software is a leading software products company providing cutting edge technology solutions in the twin areas of Web Content Management (WCM) and Healthcare domains. KREATIO Platforms for Online Media Content Management will feature on its stand along with PARAS Platforms for Healthcare. In addition to this experts from the group are presenting in the Content Management Theatre.
Sourcesense will be aiming to help Online Information attendees to reduce their overall cost for CMS and Search solutions. This will be the first time in the UK, Sourcesense, Hippo and Xillio will bring together their individual skills to offer effortless migration to an Open Source, multi-channel, multi-lingual and multi-site CMS. Customers will be able to choose from a full range of services including: managed migration, consulting, integration and enterprise grade support. Tjeerd Brenninkmeijer, CCO & Co-founder, Hippo is presenting in Seminar Theatre A on the first day of the event. In his session 10 steps towards effortless migration to an open source web content management system Tjeerd will highlight the business needs and challenges of client Enterprises and Government organisations which made the switch to a more ‘open’ web environment using Hippo CMS and Xillio migration tools. He will describe their approach/solution, and review the lessons they learned along the way. Upayavira , Senior Developer and Consultant, Sourcesense will also present on the last day outlining the case study of an Enterprise-critical migration from custom Lucene indexes to Apache Solr, with a significant focus on scalability.
About Online Information
Full details on Online Information exhibitors, features and associated seminar programmes, can be found on the event website along with information on the Online Information Conference, Europes most important education event for the Information Industry which runs in conjunction with the exhibition. Discover new ways of working in the linked and social web is the headline topic for 2010. For the full programme, please visit: http://www.online-information.co.uk
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Incisive Media is a specialist business information provider, based in the UK with offices in North America, Hong Kong, India and Mainland China.
The company’s activities are currently built around ten core industry sectors – mortgages; marketing; professional information; retail investment; capital markets; risk management; professional services; private equity; IT and photography. Information is provided via a wide range of channels – in print, in person and online.
Incisive Media’s Information Portfolio includes the Online Information conference and exhibition (London and Hong Kong) and the ePublishing Innovation Forum.