Daily Archives: August 11, 2021

Telecom Review finds that 700 MHz 5G network construction drives investment and brings benefits to telecom vendors in China

DUBAI, UAE, Aug. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Telecom Review finds that Chinese telecom carriers are making significant progress in constructing low-band 5G networks, and much of the attention is drawn to the 700MHz frequency which is part of the wider ultra-high frequency (UHF) band. At the beginning of 2021, China Mobile and China Broadcasting Network […]

Lantronix achève l’acquisition du segment d’activité isolable d’électronique et logiciels de Communications Systems, Inc.

IRVINE, Californie, 11 août 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lantronix, Inc. (« Lantronix ») (NASDAQ : LTRX), fournisseur mondial de logiciels en tant que service (Saas), services de connectivité et d’ingénierie, et solutions matérielles intelligentes et clés en main pour l’Internet des objets (IdO) et la gestion des environnements distants (REM), a annoncé aujourd’hui avoir finalisé son acquisition […]

Lantronix Conclui a Aquisição do Segmento da Unidade de Eletrônicos e Softwares Reportáveis da Communications Systems, Inc.

IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A Lantronix , Inc. (Lantronix) (NASDAQ: LTRX), provedora global de Software as a Service (Saas), serviços de conectividade, serviços de engenharia, hardware inteligente e soluções turnkey para Internet of Things (Internet das Coisas – IoT) e Remote Environment Management (Gerenciamento de Ambiente Remoto – REM), anunciou hoje […]

Somalia-born Runners Shine at Tokyo Olympics

Somali-born Dutch runner Abdi Nageeye encouraged his friend to keep up the pace moments before the duo finished second and third in Sunday’s men’s marathon at the Olympics in Tokyo. “Stay with me, we are going to make history! Don’t fall behind,” Na…

More Ugandans Turn Up for COVID-19 Vaccinations

Uganda has resumed mass vaccinations against COVID-19 after running out of doses in June. But even with less vaccine hesitancy, essential workers say the rate of vaccination is too slow.Two health workers share a table facing a long line of Ugandans wa…

Dozens Die as Fires Rage Across Algeria

Algerian officials are blaming arsonists for setting many of the fires raging in a mountainous region east of the capital Algiers and in more than a dozen other provinces. Algerian state TV says that 65 people have been killed so far.Fires raged Tuesda…