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    Four Connectivity and Telecom Trends to Watch in 2022

    As we look toward 2022, we can see the evidence of a convergence of influencing factors driving a rapid advancement of technology innovation. But to talk about what we see for 2022, we first need to step back a few years for context. In 2020, global organizations engaged in digital…

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    Podcast: Taking a Stand – Moving Medical Wearables Beyond Monitoring

    In an effort to enhance clinical research, Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA), interviews Jennifer Goldsack, Executive Director of Digital Medicine Society (DiME) to explore the need for bringing together pharmaceutical clinical…

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    Podcast: BioCompute – Open and Connected Gene Communication

    The newly released IEEE 2791-2020 Standard for Bioinformatics Analyses Generated by High-Throughput Sequencing (HTS) facilitates an expedited bioinformatics communications exchange protocol amongst critical stakeholders in the clinical research phase. Maria Palombini, Director of Emerging Communities & Opportunities Development and Healthcare & Life Sciences (HLS) Practice Lead at the IEEE Standards…

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    Transforming the IEEE Standards Association to Serve Evolving Needs for Consensus Platforms

    Technology and business dynamics change much more rapidly in today’s global marketplace than they did in the past. In order to stay relevant, companies must be able to think and act faster, and that makes collaboration—between and among industries, technology areas, and geographic regions—more crucial to success than ever. It…

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    IEEE Open: A New Option for Open Source

    The English word “patent” derives from the Latin “patere” meaning “to be open.” Its use in this sense comes from the letters patent issued by kings and other sovereigns wishing to make their edicts open for all to see. In contrast, letters close were edicts that were kept secret. We…

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    Humanitarian Applications of Open Source at IEEE

    Q&A with Alfredo Herrera, IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is exhibiting at OSCON 2017 in Austin, Texas, 10-11 May 2017. Stop by Booth 207 to learn about the role that open source plays in IEEE standards development. How is IEEE involved in humanitarian activities? The…

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    Licensing and Intellectual Property Rights of Open Source

    Q&A with Andrew Updegrove, Gesmer Updegrove LLP, Partner The following is for general information purposes only, and is not intended as legal advice. The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is exhibiting at OSCON 2017 in Austin, Texas, 10-11 May 2017. Stop by Booth 207 to learn about the role that…

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    What Is Open Source, and Why Is IEEE Involved?

    Q&A with Gary Stuebing, IEEE Corporate Advisory Group Open Source Ad Hoc, Chair The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is exhibiting at OSCON 2017 in Austin, Texas, 10-11 May 2017. Stop by Booth 207 to learn about the role that open source plays in IEEE standards development. How do you…

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    IEEE SA Connections in Canada

    IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) offered a number of programs in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada over the last half of 2016 to share its activities in a number of new or emerging technology fields. In August, as part of an outreach program of the IEEE SA Corporate Advisory Group, two special…

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    Why standards are needed in medical devices

    Advancing HealthTech for Humanity™ People shouldn’t have to reverse engineer their own medical devices. But, a lot of us do. Medical device hardware and software has historically been very slow to evolve, but the non-medical technology available to an average person is now sufficient to encourage exploration of our medical…

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