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AirSpeed Telecom provides bird's eye view of RTE's 'Nestwatch 2011'
AirSpeed Telecom unveils innovative cloud products

Jeremy Showalter, Microsoft Ireland, outlines Microsoft's unified communications roadmap

All IP network keeps Aughinish Alumina at the forefront

Christian Wall, Project Manager, AirSpeed Telecom

Security in the Cloud: Peter Hendrick
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WELCOME to Issue 9 of Licensed Wireless News in association with AirSpeed Telecom. In this issue we see how AirSpeed Telecom is enabling the live streaming of Nestwatch 2011 on the RTE website. We talk about the launch of two new cloud products from AirSpeed Telecom, and look at useful cloud security resources. Microsoft Ireland's Jeremy Showalter outlines Microsoft's unified communications roadmap, and we profile Aughinish Alumina's switch to an all-IP infrastructure, which is delivering cost savings and increased resilience. In a new feature, we Take 5 with AirSpeed Telecom Project Manager, Christian Wall. What topics would you like to see in the next issue? Email us with your suggestions or thoughts on this issue.

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NEWS IN BRIEF
AirSpeed Telecom provides bird's eye view of RTE's 'Nestwatch 2011'
 
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For the fifth year running, AirSpeed Telecom's high speed bandwidth is enabling the live streaming of 'Nestwatch 2011' on the website of RTE Radio 1's Mooney show. Visitors can log in to the site to monitor the progress of nesting birds from the nest boxes in the gardens of Aras an Uachtarain and presenter Derek Mooney's back garden.


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AirSpeed Telecom unveils innovative cloud products
 
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Interest in cloud computing is rapidly gathering pace with Apple's recent iCloud announcement just one example in the consumer arena. But robust service driven by improvements in areas including security and connectivity will be the key drivers behind mass adoption.

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IN PERSON
Jeremy Showalter, Microsoft Ireland, outlines Microsoft's unified communications roadmap
 
Jeremy Showalter, Microsoft Ireland

Jeremy Showalter is the Productivity Lead at Microsoft Ireland. He took time out to speak to Licensed Wireless News about the roadmap for Microsoft's unified communications platform, called Lync -- a single platform that integrates instant messaging, presence, audio, video, web conferencing and voice, and how the days of the humble old PBX may be limited.

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IN BUSINESS
All IP network keeps Aughinish Alumina at the forefront
 
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At Aughinish Alumina, innovation is a seam that runs through everything the company does, in a continuous drive to lower costs and increase yields. The switch to an all IP network for unified communications (UC), voice and data will further boost competitiveness by bringing staff collaboration to the next level.

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TAKE 5
Christian Wall, Project Manager, AirSpeed Telecom
 
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Licensed Wireless News caught up with AirSpeed Telecom's Project Manager Christian Wall to find out what he does and how his approach ensures optimum results.

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WHAT I'M READING
Security in the Cloud: Peter Hendrick
 
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Cloud computing has emerged as a key 'buzz term' for 2011 and as adoption grows, focus has shifted towards security in the cloud. High-profile outages from public cloud providers like Amazon have highlighted the importance of having a cloud security plan in place, and with that in mind I've compiled a number of resources that offer guidance, research and tips.

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