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Bits & Bytes: Dept. of Homeland Security tests multi-band radio at Jazz Fest; FinnMob opens in NYC; and more

The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate will launch a 30-day pilot in the New Orleans area in partnership with law enforcement and emergency management agencies in the region to test the latest portable, multi-band radio technology—which will allow police officers, firefighters, and other emergency management and response personnel to communicate across agencies and jurisdictions regardless of radio band. To kick off the month-long pilot, the Harris Corporation’s Unity XG-100P multi-band radio will support interoperability among personnel from the New Orleans Department of Emergency Management and the New Orleans Police Department during Jazz Fest events.

Finnish Mobile Association (FinnMob), Greater Helsinki Promotion and Finpro are expanding operations to New York to promote Finnish mobile industry expertise and help Finnish companies to make it in the US. The trio aims to open doors for Finnish companies wanting to enter the world of mobile media and advertising. FinnMob and Finpro are also establishing a new incubator and co-working space for Finnish companies in New York.

ANADIGICS, radio frequency and mixed signal semiconductor solutions, introduced a new series of power amplifiers. The new series is leveraging the Company’s third generation High-Efficiency-at-Low-Power (HELP™) technology. The new amplifiers are optimized for CDMA, WCDMA/HSPA, and LTE devices. This kind of design, HELP3DC™ PAs provide the world-class average current consumption to help extend battery life in handsets, smart phones, tablets, netbooks, and notebooks.

Vringo Inc., provider of software platforms for mobile video services and video ringtones, announced that it has launched its video ringtone platform to consumers throughout India, one of the world’s fastest-growing cellular markets with over 750 million users, in partnership with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment. Read more here.

AT4 wireless Taiwan, a leading Testing Laboratory, is pleased to announce its official designation as First Continua Health Alliance Laboratory in Asia. Continua Health Alliance today announced it has qualified AT4 wireless Taiwan to carry out its certification testing program for the Asia Pacific region. Read more here.

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