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RICHARDSON, Texas-Thursday 25 November 2021 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Mavenir, the Network Software Provider building the future of networks with cloud-native software that runs on any cloud and transforms the way the world connects, announced today the commercial availability of its 4G Open RAN small cell for outdoor deployments, expanding the MAVair radio and access portfolio of small cells to meet Communications Service Providers’ (CSPs) growing need for enhanced network capacity and coverage. The solut ... Read more »

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Investment Alleviates Supply Bottleneck for Electric Vehicle Batteries, and Will Establish Mangrove’s First Lithium Refining Facility

VANCOUVER, British Columbia-Saturday 20 November 2021 [ AETOS Wire ]

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mangrove Lithium announced today it has closed a $10 million USD Series A investment round led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV) with participation from existing investor BDC Capital’s Cleantech Practice (BDC). The company will use the investment to build its first operational, commercial-scale plant with the intention of expanding lithium refining capacity in the Western Hemisphere.

Benchmark Mineral Intelligence forecasts a global supply gap of 4.3 million tons of lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide by 2040. The supply of high-purity, battery grade lithium will be critical to the rapid adoption of electric vehicles (EV). A shortage could keep millions of EVs from being built. (See Figure 1)

Mangrove has develope ... Read more »

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Dubai, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-Wednesday 24 November 2021 [ AETOS Wire ]

Poly (NYSE: POLY), today announced the top predictions that will shape workplace collaboration, and ultimately, define the future of work in 2022, and beyond.

The highly anticipated return to “normalcy” doesn’t mean going back to our old habits. Hybrid working is here to stay, and the new year brings irreversible changes in the way we perceive -and do- work.

The disruption caused by the global pandemic has forced businesses to enable remote work and tested employees’ ability to embrace new forms of engagement and interaction. The power to drive sustainable, collaborative change will be shared by employers and employees, on an increasingly equal footing. Businesses looking to navigate the year ahead will need to understand, and embrace this fundamental shift to successfully balance technology and transformation.

Prediction 1 - RIP 9-5. Long live “anytime ... Read more »

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