Just as young businesses like Airbnb and Netflix were born in the cloud, most of today’s largest insurers were born in the mainframe. Fifty years ago, when these organizations needed high processing power to handle everything from billing to claims, big iron was simply the best available option. But now, new cost and competitive pressures are forcing insurance companies to reexamine their mainframe dependence.
ARRL Updates “U.S. Amateur Radio Bands” Charts
Revised charts reflect the new 630- and 2,200-meter bands
May 22, 2017
NEWINGTON, Conn.—Revised and updated “U.S. Amateur Radio Bands” charts are now available from ARRL. The newly revised charts reflect the new 630- and 2,200-meter bands, but makes sure to emphasize that these bands are not yet available for Amateur Radio use.
AUSTIN, TEXAS--Undergraduate and graduate students planning a career in radio are invited to apply for the Radio Show Student Scholars Program. The program will award registration scholarships to more than 200 college students to attend the 2017 Radio Show in Austin, Sept. 5–8. The Radio Show is produced by the Radio Advertising Bureau and the National Association of Broadcasters.