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Seven jobs on the cards in Fintown followed Charles Bonnar expansion

first_img WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Newsx Adverts Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Seven jobs on the cards in Fintown followed Charles Bonnar expansion Seven new jobs are being created on the Udaras na Gaeltachta Industrial Estate in Fintown by Charles Bonnar and Sons.The company, which supplies oil and solid fuel cookers and stoves, has established a new base where it will undertake production and assembly of its products.The new facility was officially opened by Dr Joe Mulholland, director of the MacGill Summer School, which takes place next week in Glenties.Company owner Charles Bonnar says this is the latest stage in the company’s long history of development in Donegal…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/boner1pm.mp3[/podcast] Pinterest By News Highland – July 12, 2010 center_img Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Previous articleBlaney says major jobs announcement for Letterkenny is imminentNext articleDoherty goes to High Court over Donegal South West By-Election delay News Highland Google+ Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Twitter Facebooklast_img read more

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Thought leadership – Scoring predictions for 2017: A look back

first_img 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr In keeping with the tradition started last year, where we scored how well we did on the previous year’s predictions, here is a look at what we thought was going to happen in 2017, versus what really did.Tom Davis gave us these prognostications:Checkout-less shopping will proliferate. More than a handful of top 100 retailers will jump into the checkout-less shopping game in 2017The Score: CAmazon opening their Amazon Go concept store, with no cashiers, no scanners, was the first gauntlet to be thrown down by merchants who were widely expected to follow suit. Sam’s Club rolled out its ‘Scan & Go” app allowing shoppers to scan items in their cart on their phone, pay on the phone, and literally roll out the door. This was adopted by Sam’s Club owner Walmart as well. But, Amazon didn’t open up Amazon Go to the masses in 2017, just to its employees, Sam’s Club and Walmart are still less than a handful, (albeit a really big hand), and adoption of checkout-less shopping still has a way to go. continue reading »last_img read more

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USC Wireless’ December issues resolved

first_imgUSC Information Technology Services reported that the hardware problems that caused frequent USC Wireless outages during December have been fully resolved.Caught in the Web · Catherine Price, a senior majoring in business administration and political science, uses USC Wireless to access the Web. – William Ehart | Daily TrojanITS added new hardware that can better manage and support large influxes of data. The department also reconfigured the networks to improve performance.“The USC Wireless network is growing on a daily basis,” said Russ Kaurloto, ITS associate chief information officer. “Many students, faculty and staff come to campus with multiple wireless devices. ITS is always evaluating improvements to the network to improve access and performance.”USC experienced numerous outages across its USC Wireless and USC Wireless Plus networks during the week before finals last semester, causing widespread frustration among students. While technicians at that time identified that the problem was with the hardware, they experienced difficulty pinpointing the root of the problem.Since December, technicians have worked to identify and resolve the outage problem.“The cause of the problem was an inordinate amount of network connections and traffic, including video streaming, which saturated the network,” Kaurloto said.USC ITS recorded more than 27,750 devices attempting to connect to USC Wireless simultaneously on Dec. 5 alone.Initially, the performance issues facing USC Wireless were intermittent and limited to short intervals, allowing the network to recover from high demand. However, without a continuous outage, it was more difficult for technicians to identify the precise cause of the issue.First, technicians had to identify the types of traffic creating an excessive load on the network. Then, once the channels were identified, technicians were then required to evaluate the available technical options to ensure that they would effectively resolve the problem.To ensure these issues do not resurface this semester, Kaurloto explained that USC ITS has incorporated several preventive measures into the network, including limiting the types of traffic allowed on the wireless networks.“ITS is constantly evaluating network performance and adding new monitoring and networking tools,” Kaurloto said.The wireless issues last semester were disruptive both in and outside of the classroom.“Everything in the classroom has become more digital. Many of my professors send out study guides, assignments and notes online,” said Sabrina Fung, a graduate student majoring in urban planning. “Without the Internet, it was difficult to access and download files from Blackboard when I came to study on campus.”Because of the high demand for an Internet connection, students also found it difficult to access alternate Internet resources on campus, particularly at the libraries.Katherine Wu, a junior  majoring in biomedical engineering, who also works at Leavey Library, said that Internet outages led to the unfamiliar problem of overcrowding in the library.“There were long lines for computers and it was really hot,” Wu said.For some students, however, the lack of Internet led to an increase in productivity.“Since I could not access the Internet, I spent time getting work done that did not require the Internet,” said Melinda Grodsky, a graduate student majoring in public administration. “I actually found this to be productive. It allowed me to focus on readings and assignments without distraction from the Internet.”Despite the frustration the outages caused last month, students did not express concern or worry that the USC Wireless issues would present additional problems for them this semester.“I’m not concerned about future problems with USC Wireless,” Grodsky said. “I think USC is on top of it.”last_img read more

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