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Infovista supports service management and orchestration with launch of its rApp program for new Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform

First integration will be Infovista Planet as cloud-native, Open RAN-compliant Network Design and Optimization microservices to automate planning and optimization of multi-vendor and multi-technology networks Paris, France – November 16th, 2021 – Infovista, the global leader in Network Lifecycle Automation (NLA), today announced the launch of its rApp program to support the automation of Network… Read More »

Dental students create new platform for online learning

This year, they will be competing for a second time in Harvard’s President’s Innovation Challenge (PIC) in the high-tech business-to-business track. They were recently chosen as one of 121 semi-finalists out of more than 420 contenders. “We have made so much progress since last year’s PIC competition,” Breitman said. “This past year, we have accrued… Read More »

New platform aims to unite the global health and care community during COVID-19

Health and social care consultancy group Meaningful Care Matters is launching a platform that aims to empower people through an international network of like-minded care communities.  The Meaningful Connections Community platform will offer individuals and care providers an opportunity to share, collaborate and debate issues impacting person-centred care cultures. To coincide with the platform’s launch… Read More »

This Entrepreneur Created An Inclusive, Incredible Platform For Mothers Everywhere

Being a mother is hard work. On top of going through a pregnancy and taking care of a child, there is not much knowledge out there about the resources you can use to make things go as smoothly as possible. After the birth of her son, Chelsea Allison decided enough was enough. As a marketing… Read More »

First-of-its-kind hydrogel platform enables on-demand production of medicines, chemicals

A team of chemical engineers has developed a new way to produce medicines and chemicals on demand and preserve them using portable “biofactories” embedded in water-based gels called hydrogels. The approach could help people in remote villages or on military missions, where the absence of pharmacies, doctor’s offices or even basic refrigeration makes it hard… Read More »