Communications Airmen enable Greek, US flight training
For the fourth quarter Entravision reported earnings of 11 cents a share, beating analysts’ estimates of 10 cents a share by 1 cent. Revenue fell 5.7% from the year ago quarter to $60.1 million for the company. That beats analysts’ estimates of $57.97 million in revenue for the quarter. Alongside the quarterly results Entravision announced a quarterly cash dividend of 2.5 cents a share. The dividend is payable on March 31 to all shareholders of record as of the close of business on March 14. The ex-dividend date is March 12.
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In an interview with eWEEK, Lawson said Twilio fundamentally changes the way businesses build communication by bringing it into the realm of software and the cloud. Twilio virtualizes a user’s telecommunications infrastructure and makes that infrastructure accessible anywhere in the world via a single, global API. Twilio enables developers and businesses to rapidly build and deploy communication solutions that meet their specific needs. Whether integrating voice, messaging or voice over IP (VOIP) capabilities into a Web or mobile app, or building complete systems like a call center, Twilio removes the traditional obstacles to creating effective communications experiences. Twilio gives businesses the ability to innovate, prototype, create and connect with their customers. IBM BlueMix provides an open cloud development platform for developers to build new mobile and cloud apps for the enterprise.
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Twilio Adds Communications to IBM’s BlueMix PaaS Platform
Chad Peterson, the1st CBCS team lead. “We send a site survey team in before a mission to determine mission requirements with the project officer and commander, and we search for a physical location to set up.” The Airmen of the 1st CBCS are assigned to Ramstein Air Base, Germany, but rarely are they stationary as the unit provides bare base communications support throughout Europe and Africa. They’re currently supporting about six operations throughout the region, including enduring locations that have been in place for more than two years, Peterson said. “We’re a self-sustaining force,” said Senior Airman Tushawnie Jones, a 1st CBCS tactical network data technician. “We’ve provided a small footprint of communications services within 72 hours.
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