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The global automotive engineering service providers market size is poised to grow by USD 5.31 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 6% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Automotive Engineering Service Providers (ESP) Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire).

Disruptive technology-driven trends in the automotive industry have been propelling automotive OEMs to incorporate advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) primarily for product differentiation and gain competitive advantage. The significant demand from the consumer end for increased

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Electric mobility company Lime is launching a new mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) platform that allows third-party transport providers to offer their vehicles directly inside the Lime app.

The launch comes amid a growing push to combine multiple forms of transport inside a single app, with giants like Uber leading the “multimodal” charge.

With nearly $1 billion in funding since its inception three years ago, Lime has emerged as one of the most recognizable brands in the electric scooter and bike space, particularly in the U.S. and Europe. To expand its presence and cover more urban transport needs, the company is now partnering with Wheels, the Los Angeles-based startup behind an unusual pedal-free electric bike.

Wheels

Above: Wheels ebike

Lime says it chose Wheels as its inaugural partner because of its “unique design” and the “safety and accessibility benefits” it offers.

The format of the integration will be familiar to anyone who has used

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Eero is moving beyond consumers and partnering with internet service providers. The Amazon-owned router company has announced Eero for Service Providers, an offering that includes hardware and software tools for ISPs. It will be available in the US and Canada starting in November, with more features coming in December and throughout 2021. Eero says it’s offering the tools at “attractive price points.”

The platform includes three components at launch. One is Eero Insight, which collects usage data to help ISPs foresee customers’ Wi-Fi issues and address them early. The company estimates that the tool will provide technicians “up to an estimated 30 percent reduction in time spent resolving Wi-Fi issues.”

The second is Eero Secure, a subscription service that can be deployed with the company’s mesh Wi-Fi systems. Customers can use it to block attacks like malware, spyware, and phishing. It also includes parental controls. And Eero is also offering

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Expanded Capabilities, Including Advanced Analytics, Client & Patient Portals, and Insurance Discovery Enable More Efficient Management of Revenue Cycles and Collections

Diagnostic providers across the U.S. are overwhelmed by a high number of testing volumes – on average, 165% of their normal levels – as the country continues to utilize testing measures to control the spread of COVID-19. At a time when departments are stretched thin, and social distancing has dramatically changed patient-provider dynamics such that patient and client engagement are more critical than ever, XIFIN is unveiling the latest version of its award-winning SaaS-based revenue cycle management (RCM) platform, XIFIN RPM 12. The platform features enriched workflow and analytics capabilities, including expanded advanced analytics, enhanced client and patient portals, and additional appeals automation and insurance discovery options.

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XIFIN RPM 12 Advanced Analytics (Photo: Business Wire)

“Over the past

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Top 33 Internet Providers in Phoenix, AZ

September 14, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Phoenix residential internet coverage

Cox and CenturyLink cover the most ground in Phoenix.

The main internet providers in Phoenix are Cox Communications and CenturyLink.

Cox has cable internet with speeds up to 940 Mbps in the Valley of the Sun. That’s dramatically faster than the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) broadband standard of 25 Mbps.

The Cox Communications service area covers most of Phoenix, Glendale, and Mesa. It stretches from Creek to South Mountain and from Sun City to Apache Junction. But it misses the Salt River Reservation.

CenturyLink has fiber internet speeds up to 940 Mbps in some areas, including parts of Camelback East Village, Alhambra, and Encanto Village. The rest of Phoenix has access to CenturyLink’s DSL internet with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

CenturyLink has a larger internet service area in Arizona as a whole. But CenturyLink and Cox cover mostly the same ground within city limits.

Sparklight,

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Top 20 Internet Providers in Las Vegas, NV

August 22, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Las Vegas residential internet coverage

Las Vegas is a well-connected city. Virtually 100% of Vegas residents have access to broadband internet speeds, which the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) defines as 25 Mbps download speeds and 3 Mbps upload speeds. And most residents have access to speeds even faster than that.

The only downside for Vegas residents is the lack of choices. While you have plenty of fast internet packages to choose from, those packages are mostly offered by just two providers: CenturyLink and Cox. Satellite internet from Viasat is also an option if you’re prepared to deal with latency.

The most widely available providers throughout the city are definitely Cox and CenturyLink. Folks living inside the beltway have the advantage of fast internet available from either ISP (Internet Service Provider).

The Cox service area stretches from Boulder City to Mount Charleston and from Nellis Air Force Base to near the

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1. Phoenix Internet logo Phoenix InternetView Plans 15 Mbps 1 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 86.95% 2. CenturyLink logo CenturyLinkView Plans 1 Gbps 1 Gbps Fiber Internet, DSL Internet, Fixed Wireless Internet, Television and Phone 78.63% 3. Cox logo CoxView Plans 1 Gbps 35 Mbps Cable Internet and Television 63.65% 4. EarthLink logo EarthLinkView Plans 75 Mbps 3 Mbps Fiber Internet and DSL Internet 45.00% 5. HughesNet logo HughesNetView Plans 25 Mbps 3 Mbps Satellite Internet and Phone 7.37% 6. Viasat logo ViasatView Plans 100 Mbps 3 Mbps Satellite Internet and Phone 4.22% 7. Global Capacity logo Global CapacityView Plans 8 Mbps 1 Mbps DSL Internet and Copper Internet 3.08% 8. AirFiber WISP logo AirFiber WISPView Plans 50 Mbps 50 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 1.48% 9. Rio Verde Wireless logo Rio Verde WirelessView Plans 35 Mbps 7 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 0.82% 10. WLanJV logo WLanJVView Plans 10 Mbps 5 Mbps Fixed Wireless Internet 0.21% 11. Gila River Telecommunications logo Gila River TelecommunicationsView Plans 15 Mbps 1 Mbps DSL Internet 0.05% 12. Ponderosa Communications logo Ponderosa CommunicationsView Plans 3 Mbps
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Top 32 Internet Providers in Phoenix, AZ

August 19, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Phoenix residential internet coverage

Cox and CenturyLink cover the most ground in Phoenix.

The main internet providers in Phoenix are Cox Communications and CenturyLink.

Cox has cable internet with speeds up to 940 Mbps in the Valley of the Sun. That’s dramatically faster than the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) broadband standard of 25 Mbps.

The Cox Communications service area covers most of Phoenix, Glendale, and Mesa. It stretches from Creek to South Mountain and from Sun City to Apache Junction. But it misses the Salt River Reservation.

CenturyLink has fiber internet speeds up to 940 Mbps in some areas, including parts of Camelback East Village, Alhambra, and Encanto Village. The rest of Phoenix has access to CenturyLink’s DSL internet with speeds up to 115 Mbps.

CenturyLink has a larger internet service area in Arizona as a whole. But CenturyLink and Cox cover mostly the same ground within city limits.

Sparklight,

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Top 20 Internet Providers in Knoxville, TN

August 12, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Knoxville Residential Internet Coverage

The city of Knoxville is one of the most well-known in Tennessee, currently home to almost 200,000 people and many successful business enterprises. Quite a few local and national internet service companies serve this area.

AT&T, with its fiber network and DSL network, serves the entirety of Knoxville. The coverage map reaches neighborhoods like Oakwood, Beaumont, Morningside, and Park City.

The Frontier Communications network is slightly smaller, primarily serving the northwestern portion of the city. This includes the neighborhoods of Mechanicsville and College Hills.

Cable provider Xfinity not only reaches all of Knoxville, it spreads its network into outlying communities.

Through its rival Charter, service is only available in the part of Knoxville that lies south of the Tennessee River. This includes South Knoxville and Old Sevier. On the flip side, WOW! brings consistent coverage to western Knoxville, offering service to Fort Sanders, Mechanicsville, Beaumont, College

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Top 34 Internet Providers in NYC, NY

August 11, 2020 | internet | No Comments

Fastest internet service providers in NYC

RCN offers internet at speeds up to 1000 Mbps

Spectrum offers internet at speeds up to 940 Mbps

Verizon offers internet at speeds up to 940 Mbps

Optimum offers internet at speeds up to 400 Mbps

The fastest residential internet plans in New York City reach speeds up to 1,000 Mbps or 1 Gbps, also known as gigabit internet. According to FCC data gathered in June 2019, 73.21% of Brooklyn and 50.52% of Manhattan has access to gigabit internet.8 Gigabit coverage in Queens hangs out under 10%, and Staten Island and the Bronx both have less than 5% coverage.9 Those numbers might seem low, but they don’t account for providers who offer speeds slightly slower than 1,000 Mbps in those areas.

For example, Spectrum, RCN, and Verizon Fios don’t quite hit gigabit internet status—even if “gigabit” is in the plan name. Their

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