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Supporting the increased bandwidth demands of light rail with new antenna range from HUBER+SUHNER

Dedicated antennas optimised for light rail vehicles have been launched by HUBER+SUHNER, further expanding its offering to the transport sector. As all transportation market segments look to cope with rising bandwidth demand, rail, light rail, and road vehicles all have different requirements. The SENCITY® Tram rooftop antennas range has been developed to provide an all-in-one… Read More »

Q&A with CIO Ryan Smith, Part 2: “We Need to Start Thinking About Vendors in a New Light.”

Ryan Smith, CIO, Intermountain Healthcare When Ryan Smith first started as a software engineer at Intermountain Healthcare, he probably wouldn’t have guessed he’d come back one day as CIO. But he did aspire to become someone who could “influence the direction of technology,” just as Larry Grandia (the organization’s first CIO) had. And he knew… Read More »

Cooking light mediterranean diet

The saying “what’s old is new again” rings true when it comes to the Mediterranean diet. This delicious, intrinsically healthy way of eating is the OG diet—and the heart of what healthy means now. Here’s what you need to know to get started. You’ve heard it, you know it: The Mediterranean diet is crazy healthy.… Read More »

AstraZeneca’s 3-in-1 COPD inhaler Breztri gets FDA green light to play catch-up with GSK’s Trelegy

With data from a second phase 3 trial, AstraZeneca has finally convinced FDA regulators that its new COPD offering deserves a place on the U.S. market just as a competitor from GlaxoSmithKline does. The FDA has approved AstraZeneca’s three-in-one inhaler Breztri Aerosphere for the maintenance treatment of COPD, the company said Friday. The drug is… Read More »