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INSOLVENCY NOTICE: AUSTRALIAN FILLING & PACKAGING MACHINES ISSUES 'ADVANCED SEARCH'
January 29, 2015
Australia, Jan. 29 -- Australian Filling & Packaging Machines Pty. Ltd. (AUSFILLPAC Pty. Ltd.) (ACN: 101 423 009) has issued an insolvency 'advanced search.'

New Rugged Computing Platform from Elma Includes Cisco certified Routing Engine
January 29, 2015
COM Express-based platform brings IP-based data, voice and video networking to mobile vehicular environments FREMONT, Calif. — Elma Electronic Inc. now offers a modular, high performance embedded computer packaged for applications in demanding mobile environments. The modular COM Express-based computer includes a Cisco-certified routing engine complete with the full suite of mobile routing protocols essential for network attached equipment on the move. Elma is an approved Cisco Solutions Technology Partner.

Packaging Engineer
January 28, 2015
Altera has issued the following Job vacancy: Packaging Engineer Location: US-CA-San Jose Requisition ID: 4724 # of openings: 1 Description As a Packaging Engineer, you must have thermal, mechanical and physical package design skills. You will work in a team atmosphere which is also required to achieve the highest possible performance while maintaining the product requirements (cost). The position will aid in the design of power products at Altera's Headquarters in San Jose, CA. You specific responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:

Design Methodology Engineer (NCG)
January 28, 2015
Altera has issued the following Job vacancy: Design Methodology Engineer (NCG) Location: US-CA-San Jose Requisition ID: 4765 # of openings: 1 Description

Washington: APPLE IPOD AND COMPUTERS Sale-Lot Number: 41QSCI15188002
January 28, 2015
U.S. General Services Administration has issued the following auction details: APPLE IPOD AND COMPUTERS Sale-Lot Number: 41QSCI15188002 City, State: San Diego, CA Current Bid: 593 USD (Reserve Not Met) Bidders: 0 Close Time: Terminated Time Remaining: BID DEPOSIT REQUIRED: $119.00

Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Hearing; "Protecting America from Cyber Attacks: The Importance of Information Sharing."; Testimony by Gregory Nojeim, Senior Counsel and Director, Freedom, Security and Technology Project, Center for Democracy and Technology
January 28, 2015
Chairman Johnson, Ranking Member Carper, and members of the Committee: Thank you for the opportunity to testify today on behalf of the Center for Democracy and Technology. CDT is a nonpartisan, non-profit technology policy advocacy organization dedicated to protecting civil liberties and human rights on the Internet, including privacy, free speech, and access to information. I direct the Freedom, Security and Technology Project at CDT. It works to develop and promote policies that safeguard individuals from over broad government surveillance while preserving the government's ability to protect national security against evolving threats. We applaud the Committee for holding the first hearing of the 114th Congress on cybersecurity, an important issue that the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee has a key role in addressing. Today I will explain how Congress can embrace cybersecurity information sharing policies with appropriate authorities and safeguards that enhance both privacy and security. I will first describe the cybersecurity threat and explain the role that information sharing can play in countering that threat. I will then identify different approaches to encouraging information sharing as well as the essential civil liberties attributes of a successful information sharing policy. I will also measure pending legislative proposals against those attributes.

PROOF INTEL NEEDS TO SIGN HOLY LAND PRINCIPLES
January 27, 2015
PROOF INTEL NEEDS TO SIGN HOLY LAND PRINCIPLES Walk the walk not just talk the talk Mr. Krzanich CAPITOL HILL. JANUARY 27 2015 mdash;mdash; The CEO of Intel Corporation Mr. Brian Krzanich has been challenged to ldquo; walk the walk not just talk the talkrdquo; by a Capitol Hill-based group dedicated to getting the 546 American companies doing business in Palestine -Israel to sign the Holy Land Principlesmdash; an 8-point set of fair employment principles. The challenge comes on the heels of Mr. Krzanichrsquo;s speech on January 6 to the International Consumer Electronics Show (International CES) in Las Vegas where he declared: ldquo;Irsquo;m here to say tonight itrsquo;s time to step up and do more.

MYTMCC MOBILE APP NOW LIVE
January 26, 2015
RENO, Nev., Jan. 26 -- Truckee Meadows Community College issued the following news release: The MyTMCC app is now live, giving students and staff access to many looked-for services on their Android and Apple smartphones, and electronic tablets including iPads.

Virtusa Corp at Needham Growth Conference - Final
January 14, 2015
Corporate Participants * Kris Canekeratne Virtusa Corporation - Chairman and CEO * Ranjan Kalia Virtusa Corporation - EVP and CFO Presentation KRIS CANEKERATNE, CHAIRMAN AND CEO, VIRTUSA CORPORATION: Thanks, Mike, and good afternoon, everyone. I'm Kris Canekeratne, one of the co-Founders, Chairman and CEO of Virtusa. I just want to remind you that we might cover some forward-looking information, so please don't place any undue reliance on some of the statements we might make this afternoon. So Virtusa is a rapidly growing business consulting and IT outsourcing firm. Much of our differentiation stems from the fact that we have been very focused on innovation and transformation. We are headquartered right here in the US. We have operating centers or technology centers in Asia and in the US and Europe. We will see some of the largest enterprises in the world, and through these relationships, we're going to build a very strong and very rapidly growing company here at Virtusa. Our revenue in fiscal year 2014 -- our fiscal year ends March 31 -- was $396 million or $397 million, and we have experienced a CAGR of about 23% during the last -- since 2006.

For Qualcomm, China settlement may be just the beginning
December 30, 2014
The settlement of China's antitrust probe into Qualcomm Inc is likely to intensify global scrutiny of the firm's highly profitable patent licensing business. The Qualcomm sign at their global headquarters in San Diego, California. Qualcomm is a global semiconductor company that produces wireless telecommunications products related to wireless networks. [Photo/IC] The settlement of China's antitrust probe into Qualcomm Inc is likely to intensify global scrutiny of the firm's highly profitable patent licensing business, and may even call into question its worldwide contracts with smartphone makers such as Apple and Samsung. China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) is moving to wrap up its 13-month investigation into the US chipmaker as soon as possible, the regulator said in a statement on Friday, bringing to an end one of the most high profile of a slew of such investigations.


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