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caesarea, israel (PRWEB) February 06, 2015

Svroflex is involved with developing advanced chips that provide a response to Big Data challenges. We develop components capable of handling data transfers at rates of 25GB per channel, and in coded data transmission to existing wireless devices.

Another feature the Svroflex chips enables is the use of MINO – Multiple Input Multiple Output, meaning, an improvement in the absorption of radio waves by a number of antennas. When radio waves are reflected off walls, doors and other objects, usually reception on the antenna causes a wave destruction (multi-channel occurrence), which eliminates some of the signal. Through the use of MIMO and “relocation” the data current can be divided into various spatial currents and absorb a number of antennas to enable unharmed data transfer.

Svroflex’s innovative technology will pave the way for higher levels of components’ integration in computerized systems and consumer-electronics applications. By doing so, it will be possible for example to closely integrate between the main processor, the memory and the communication chips just to create a “building block” made of silicone, which will run at an infinitely higher speed than the fastest processors that are currently available.

Svroflex technological developments takes strides into the application and commercially based world of development and help industry meet the growing demand for silicone chips’ performances and computer power as a whole.

Svroflex networks that provide data transfer enable a much faster transfer than what we what is available today. Staffers will be able to make a very fast connection from anywhere in the organization to emails, internet and the company’s large data files.

Svorflex develops chips UWB technology capable of upgrading products in the digital home by providing a coverage of the short-range communication systems for rescue and disaster areas and for industrial multimedia integrated supervision. UWB provides broadband communication at a low level of transmission, causing the very high communication rate transmission to exist at the shortest possible range and move up to dozens of meters. Due to the low transmission rate, the UWB works in tandem with any other wireless device that operates in the environment without causing disruptions. For example, a Wi-Fi supporting device will interpret the weak signal as “noise” and filter it out. UWB uses the low transmission capacities, which according to FCC American standards is suitable to a human environment.

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Keystone, Colo. (PRWEB) May 20, 2015

The Honey Bee Health Coalition applauded the announcement of the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and other Pollinators and the accompanying Pollinator Research Action Plan, released today by President Barack Obama’s Pollinator Health Task Force. The Strategy represents a critical step in improving the health of honey bees and other pollinators that support billions of dollars annually in U.S. and Canadian agriculture. The Strategy sets clear goals for pollinator health that underscore the importance of the Honey Bee Health Coalition’s ongoing work. The Honey Bee Health Coalition commends the Task Force for its emphasis on public-private partnerships to improve pollinator health and stands ready to provide coordination and leadership. The Strategy specifically cites the Coalition as an example of a public-private partnership and vehicle for collaboration, outreach, and education.

“The Strategy released by the National Pollinator Health Task Force underscore the importance of pollinator health for agriculture and the environment,” said George Hansen, a commercial beekeeper, past president of the American Beekeeping Federation, and a member of the Coalition’s Steering Committee. “As one of the largest and most diverse public-private partnerships already working to address honey bee health across agriculture, the Honey Bee Health Coalition is eager and ready to support the implementation of the Strategy. In fact, the Coalition is already working to advance collaborative solutions and is poised to drive commitments and positive impacts on the ground.”

Agriculture, healthy lifestyles, and worldwide food security rely on honey bee health. The Honey Bee Health Coalition works at the intersection of honey bee health and agriculture, bringing together stakeholders from across the agricultural supply chain as well as from government, academia, and conservation. The Coalition advances public-private solutions for honey bee health in four priority areas: hive management, forage and nutrition, crop pest management, and outreach, education, and communications.

“The Honey Bee Health Coalition appreciates the Task Force’s comprehensive, multi-factor approach recognizing the need for collective action on multiple fronts as well as the positive role that all stakeholders can play in this effort,” said Julie Shapiro, Coalition facilitator and senior policy director at Keystone Policy Center. “The Strategy accentuates the importance of the work that the Coalition is already undertaking that will help achieve goals related to reducing honey bee colony overwintering losses and restoring and enhancing pollinator habitat. Coalition members look forward to working with the Task Force and other private and public partners in implementing the Strategy to achieve a vision of Healthy Bees, Healthy People, Healthy Planet.”


Honey Bee Health Coalition Activities Advance the Task Force Strategy and Goals

In June 2014, President Obama established the Task Force to identify essential actions needed in the categories of pollinator research, public education, and public-private partnerships. The Task Force has identified critical goals related to reducing overwintering losses for managed honey bees, restoring and enhancing pollinator habitat, and increasing monarch butterfly populations. The Honey Bee Health Coalition’s public-private partnership activities complement and advance the goals of the Task Force in the following manner:

** The Coalition is working to put the best available tools, techniques, and technologies in the hands of beekeepers so they can better manage their hives. President Obama called for a need for “… expanded collection and sharing of data related to pollinator losses [and] technologies for continuous monitoring of honey bee hive health … and new cost-effective ways to control bee pests and diseases.” The Coalition aims to support on-the-ground efforts underway to provide beekeepers with monitoring and expert advice and analyses to best manage hive health, as well as to promote development of new products and use of best practices for Varroa mite control. These activities will collectively help to reduce overwintering losses of managed honey bee colonies:

The Coalition is raising awareness of and helping to increasing funding for the Bee Informed Partnership’s Tech Transfer Teams to provide essential extension, education, and monitoring to beekeepers at all scales.

The Coalition is working in partnership with the private and public sector to prioritize and accelerate the identification and registration of products to effectively control Varroa destructor mites.

The Coalition is synthesizing best available information from academia, industry, and the public sector and developing first-of-their kind resources for commercial, small scale, and hobbyist beekeepers that bring together, in a single place, information on tools and practices for Varroa mite control.

** Coalition members are collaborating to ensure honey bees — especially those in and around production agriculture — have access to a varied and nutritious diet. Our work aligns with the Pollinator Health Task Force’s goal of restoring and enhancing 7 million acres of pollinator habitat, Federal actions and public-private partnerships. Restoration and enhancement of pollinator forage also supports the goal of reducing overwintering losses of managed honey bees.

In March 2015, the Coalition submitted recommendations to the Task Force regarding actions to increase and improve forage and habitat for honey bees and other pollinators through USDA conservation programs, public-private partnerships, and research. These recommendations emphasize adopting science-based and stakeholder-informed seed specifications and technical guidelines for USDA conservation programs specific to honey bees to encourage planting greater acreages of more nutritious, affordable, varied forage for honey bees. The recommendations also emphasize the value of public-private partnerships, demonstration projects, and information-sharing for promoting, establishing and evaluating honey bee forage. Finally, the recommendations emphasize the need for research and development to inform seed specifications and the development of nutritional supplements for honey bees when forage is lacking. The Coalition looks forward to working with Task Force members to further discuss and advance these recommendations as it implements the Strategy.

The Coalition is encouraging efforts among members and partners to promote agricultural practices that benefit pollinators. For example, the Coalition is working to help drive awareness and support for public-private forage development efforts like the Honey Bee and Monarch Butterfly Partnership, which offers an excellent example of the kind of public-private partnership called for by the Task Force. The Partnership provides a parallel effort that complements the US Department of Agriculture’s conservation program. These parallel efforts afford key opportunities for partners to raise awareness of and engage landowners in pollinator forage programs, provide monitoring support, and share lessons learned across different programs. These results can also help to inform improvements to future public-private programs and USDA conservation programs.

The Coalition is currently working to integrate more stakeholders and experts into its forage and nutrition discussions as it moves forward to advance the development of forage partnerships and projects as well as the development of pre-competitive solutions for improving honey bee nutrition supplements.

** The Coalition is advancing communication, education, and solution building across diverse stakeholders to control crop pests while safeguarding pollinator health. The Coalition’s activities align with President Obama’s call for “identification of existing and new methods and best practices to reduce pollinator exposure to pesticides” and support overall goals related to honey bee and pollinator health.

The Coalition has developed a quick guide for incident reporting and an accompanying article released in Bee Culture Magazine in May 2015; it is being promoted through Coalition member efforts.

The Coalition is bringing together beekeepers, agricultural producers, crop advisors, University extension, industry, and other stakeholders in the discussion and implementation of science-based pest management practices that are appropriate for the given regions, crops, and other contexts.

The Coalition is determining appropriate ways to support the State Managed Pollinator Protection Plans through engagement with leadership organizations and other key stakeholders. These important, state-led processes can affect wide-scale understanding of pollinator-friendly crop pest management practices.

** The Coalition is promoting outreach, education, and communications to raise awareness of honey bee health challenges and opportunities and to encourage collaboration to improve honey bee health. The Coalition’s activities align with and support the Task Force’s work to develop a public education plan as well as to promote public-private partnerships that will support the Task Force’s three overarching goals.

Coalition members are collaborating to deliver outreach materials about honey bee health and the value of honey bees, the multiple factors that impact honey bee health, the need to improve bee health through a diversity of approaches, the need for public-private collaboration across all stakeholders, and the message that beekeepers and farmers are part of ‘One Agriculture’ system supporting global food security. The Coalition is delivering tools ranging from its public-facing website and newsletter, to honey bee health informational signs for a variety of field settings, to information and messaging for use at conferences, workshops and tradeshows. Visit for more resources and information on honey bee health.

Through an innovative Bee Understanding program, Coalition members are also promoting increased stakeholder understanding through supply chain job swaps that help beekeepers and crop producers better understand each other’s operations, decision-making, and mutual concerns related to honey bee health. This effort is just getting started with field-based job swaps occurring this spring. It will continue to engage more stakeholders in on-the-ground learning in the future, while at the same time producing videos and other communications and outreach materials to help stakeholders and the general public gain appreciation for the importance of finding collaborative solutions for honey bee health.

Through these and other efforts, the Coalition looks forward to providing leadership and public-private collaboration in implementing the National Pollinator Health Strategy, supporting and accelerating the Task Force’s goals, and ensuring healthy pollinators, productive agriculture systems, and healthy ecosystems.


About the Honey Bee Health Coalition

The Honey Bee Health Coalition brings together beekeepers, growers, researchers, government agencies, agribusinesses, conservation groups, manufacturers and brands, and other key partners to improve the health of honey bees and other pollinators. Its mission is to collaboratively implement solutions that will help to achieve a healthy population of honey bees while also supporting healthy populations of native and managed pollinators in the context of productive agricultural systems and thriving ecosystems. The Coalition is focusing on accelerating collective impact to improve honey bee health in four key areas: forage and nutrition, hive management, crop pest management, and communications, outreach and education.

Through its unique network of private and public sector members, the Coalition fosters new partnerships, leverages existing efforts and expertise, and incubates and implements new solutions. The Coalition brings its diverse resources to bear in promoting communication, coordination, collaboration, and investment to strategically and substantively improve honey bee health in North America.

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AUSTIN, TX (PRWEB) October 11, 2012

OnRamp Access, a data center operations company headquartered in Austin, Texas, improves the reliability of its colocation customers operations with ReadyServers on-demand solutions that reduce the difficulty of employing replacement infrastructure in an emergency. Bridging the gap between traditional colocation and the cloud, ReadyServers provide OnRamp colocation customers with a pre-provisioned, virtualized environment that can be quickly and directly incorporated into a customer’s infrastructure in the event of a hardware node failure within a customer’s environment or to address an immediate need to scale online operations. For clients colocating their own equipment in OnRamps state-of-the-art data center, the ability to quickly recover from equipment failure or scale operations to meet unexpected needs is crucial to maintaining high levels of availability for their data.

OnRamp offers a suite of ReadyServer solutions to ensure colocation customers have on-demand access to OnRamps pre-provisioned pool of hardware that has been pre-loaded with hypervisors and is standing by, ready to incorporate into a colocation customers equipment at a moments notice, stated OnRamps Founder Chad Kissinger. OnRamp’s ReadyServer solutions solve the challenge of needing to quickly obtain and provision a new or spare server on-demand without the time or resources to act in an emergency situation and is one of the many reasons we believe colocation customers are more likely to be successful working with OnRamp.

OnRamp colocation customers can take advantage of a full suite of ReadyServer solutions, including: ReadyNodes, ReadyConnect and ReadySAN. ReadyNodes, are a pool of virtualized computer servers that are installed, powered on and standing by to be incorporated into a customers colocation space through the addition of a dedicated connection, or ReadyConnect. ReadyConnect is a pre-provisioned connection between the pool of ReadyNodes and a specific customers colocation space. This enables customers to integrate a new ReadyNode into the infrastructure in very little time, and without having to form a new connection. And, to support a companys business continuity or disaster recovery plan, OnRamps ReadySAN solution provides a timely alternative to the tedious process of restoring from tape by allowing a customer to take a snapshot of their existing servers and store them on OnRamp Managed Storage, making them available to the ReadyServer pool on short notice. Each of the ReadyServer solutions was specifically designed to support OnRamps colocation customers by both limiting downtime in the event of a clients own equipment failure and by removing the barriers to rapid growth.

In addition to the capabilities afforded by OnRamps ReadyServer solutions, colocation customers benefit from the data center companys value-added managed hosting, managed services and Full7Layer Support from onsite engineers, which are available 24/7/365.

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OnRamp was founded in 1994 in Austin, Texas. As one of Texas first Internet operations companies, OnRamps history is rooted in providing reliable and secure connectivity that enables distributed computing. Today, OnRamp is a data center operations company that delivers the highest levels of security, redundancy, reliability and technical expertise for colocation, managed hosting, cloud and disaster recovery backed by Full7Layer Support.

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