MHTA – AT&T has invested more than $525 million in its best-in-class wireless and wired networks in Minnesota from 2010 through 2013, driving a wide range of upgrades to enhance speed, reliability, coverage and performance for residents and business customers.
May 20th event focused on in-building mass notification systems
Join MHTA for our next Lunch & Learn – Tuesday May 20th at the Business Enterprise center in Cottage Grove. Steve Rooney of Conexspace will lead the session on “in-building mass notification systems.”
CodeDay MSP, tech event for students May 24-25
CodeDay MSP is a 24 hour event scheduled for May 24-25, hosted by StudentRND. This nonprofit group runs tech events for students across the country called “CodeDays.” CodeDays are a 24-hour event where students passionate about technology get together and build cool things together. The students pitch ideas, form teams, and build a cool app or game over 24 hours. The goal is to attract students to STEM through learning by doing. They are doing 24 events across the country on May 24-25, including one in Minneapolis.
Bloom Health names Anudeep Parhar as Chief Technology Officer
Bloom Health announced last week the hiring of Anudeep Parhar as its Chief Technology Officer. Parhar will lead Bloom Health’s technology strategy including deployment and management of current technologies, and evaluation, optimization and deployment of future platform tools. He will also oversee project definition, engineering and platform development on Bloom’s technology stack. As a member of the executive leadership team, Parhar will help drive overall company strategy and future direction.
New Hitachi Data Systems technology delivers a business-defined approach for IT infrastructure
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), announced exciting new technology to accelerate customer success with Business-Defined IT – a closer linking of a company’s business and technology objectives that demands a more responsive IT foundation. Called a “Continuous Cloud Infrastructure”, this foundation can drive IT efficiency through a responsive, software-rich architecture that can quickly react to changing needs without continual redesign and disruption.