Tech Tidbits From Across NH
FairPoint, Dyn announce deal … and more
XMA Corp. of Manchester has formed an alliance with the Southwest firm of PMR Technical LP. PMR provides technical sales for RF/microwave, and test/measurement markets in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire is inviting businesses to submit projects to be completed by graduating MBA students as part of the Corporate Consulting Project program.
The full-time MBA program includes coursework in accounting, finance, information technology, economics, marketing, management decision making, strategic management, and more. Throughout the program, students work both individually and in collaborative teams to solve case studies and hone their business skills. The five-week course is the culmination of MBA candidates’ business education.
For more information, contact Maureen Marshall at 603-862-2568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FairPoint Communications Inc. and Dyn Inc., have announced their collaboration on network and authoritative domain name system (DNS) services, which they say will provide webmasters and their end users a faster, safer and more reliable Web experience.
Under the agreement, Dyn will provide FairPoint with managed authoritative DNS services.
Dyn also has agreed to begin using FairPoint’s network to support business operations with a symmetrical 500 Mbps Ethernet Dedicated Internet Access (EDIA) circuit.
FirstLight Fiber, a facilities-based telecommunications service provider operating in New York and Northern New England, has extended its dense fiber network further into the Empire State.
The expansion project added 36,000 fiber miles into New York’s Westchester, Rockland and Orange counties, and was constructed in direct response to market and customer demand to expand its offerings closer to New York City, the company said.
Dover-based ElectroCraft Inc. has expanded its Brushless DC Motor offering with the RPX22 and RPX32. Thee 22mm- and 32mm-diameter motors are the first in a complete line of motors and gear motors planned for release, the company said.