Thursday, June 20, 2013

Bow to Zion

Everything is on the internet. The goal of NWO factions would to be own everything, and by association, the internet. Once that happens, its lights out and game over. The race is against the clock; Israel vs. Iran [all those who are against Pax Judaica Americana-ism off the French cuisine British temPLATE; daniel's prophecy of 1739-Ketz]

This dream is realized through fiber optics.

Israel will be the world's first fiber optic state; consider that to mean check mate, whereas every other regime will need over a hundred years to upgrade their infrastructure. Consider Israel to have the ultimate field position [by the grace of God] in this contest, one that was obviously engineered to win [in both Kedusha and klippah].

This would be Iran's red line on Israel. Unfortunately its God's too, and Moshiach is to stand against this reality; antithetically. The flip side is the end game to the already implemented Libertarian Paternalism; fiber optics are the gateway to endless control to the digital universe.

The clock is ticking; Paradigm Universal clock vs. Iranian nuke clock vs. the Fiber Optic clock.

Right now God's clock reads 12:31-ish P.M. - time to pray Mincha - which it might not be a bad idea, as we now stand in the first rays of light of Shabbat.
A pity if Hashem has to turn off the electronics for Shabbat, for Shabbat is already upon us - if we can just connect the dots.

Israel will be the first end-to-end digital nation, Cisco CEO John Chambers said on Wednesday in Jerusalem. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Chambers agreed earlier in the day to establish a working group to explore how Cisco can help upgrade Israel’s digital infrastructure.

Whereas most countries upgrade one area at a time, Israel is moving to connect homes with fiber-optic networks and infrastructure in businesses, education, healthcare and security all at once – with cooperation from the networking giant, of course.

“It’s a risk that Cisco is very much committed to and proud to do,” Chambers said. “This is going to be the first digital nation, if we’re successful.”

The importance of having strong technological infrastructure in place is necessary to achieve the stunning growth potential expected in the coming years. Over the course of the next decade, private companies will be able to generate $14 trillion in profits from the ever-increasing connectivity of devices known as “The Internet of Everything.”

According to Chambers, the next wave of network technology that connects not only computers but appliances, objects, processes and data will integrate fields as far-flung as healthcare and education. Based on Cisco’s estimates, in 2013 alone the “Internet of Everything” profits will reach $613 billion.

“If I were a start-up in Israel that’s the direction I would go,” he said.

Cisco announced three initiatives in Israel: a research and development lab on cyber security; building security consulting services; and launching a pilot training program on information security. The focus on security is paramount to the future of business, he noted.

“There’s not a company I’m aware of that hasn’t been attacked with complexity,” he said.

Cisco is to invest $15 million in Venture Capital funds in Israel.

Chambers said he was impressed that despite some sharp difference in political parties, the various ministers with whom he met all supported pushing technological infrastructure forward.

“When your country decides to move, you move together,” he said.

“It’s unusual that you get that kind of alignment across multiple political parties,” he said.

Asked about potential risks of tinkering with Israel’s capital investment policy, Chambers advised not to drive investment away.

“I’d be very careful in tax policy not to kill your golden goose in the process.” While fiscal responsibility were very important, he said, “the best way to get tax policy up is growth.”


rabbi david katz said...

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Cisco Systems (NasdaqGS: CSCO - news) will invest $15 million (9 million pounds) in Israeli venture capital funds as part of a broader plan to expand its operations in Israel (Other OTC: IRLCF - news) and outside the United States, the company said on Wednesday.

The investment will be made in funds that support integration of Israelis and Arabs and the development of innovative security technologies.

Cisco, which last year bought Israeli pay-TV smartcard maker NDS for $5 billion, also said it would establish a development centre in Israel that will sponsor research on cyber security and analyse security in the financial, health and industrial sectors.

Cisco is building a network of consulting services to assist and provide answers to security needs, and is recruiting 100 strategic workers in Israel. It already has 2,000 employees in Israel.

"No country has start-ups like Israel does and I go where the start-ups are," Chief Executive John Chambers told a news conference during a trip to Israel.

Israel "will be the first country in the world to go end-to-end digital," he said, noting it will be boosted by an ambitious project to build a super-fast fibre optics network.

A group led by Sweden's Viaeuropa was chosen to build the network along with state-run utility Israel Electric Corp using Cisco's technology.

Cisco said the project, which will cost billions of shekels, is expected to be completed in 7-10 years but Chambers said he was pushing for full deployment in 18-36 months. Cisco, he said, is financing $140 million of the project.

Global tech spending remains positive, Chamber said, with the United States and most of Europe showing improvement in recent quarters. Emerging markets, particularly India, have turned the corner.

"If the U.S. and China don't lead us out of this slowdown, no matter how effective we are in other parts of the world, you won't see the global economy coming around," he said.

Chambers, though, said it would continue to invest mostly outside of the United States due to the U.S.'s high taxes.

rabbi david katz said...

Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) announced that it has opened an innovation center in Israel together with Bezeq Israeli Telecommunication Co. Ltd. (TASE: BEZQ) mobile phone unit Pelephone Communications Ltd. to develop and deploy a radio network topology for handling the surge in demand for mobile Internet services. Cisco said that it will test on Pelephone's live production network the world's first self-optimizing heterogeneous configuration that combines small-cell, Wi-Fi and macro technologies.
Cisco said that its self-optimizing network (SON) software, which automatically manages the solution, is a component of the recently announced Cisco Quantum software suite, an integrated suite of network management tools that give service providers such as Pelephone greater capability to efficiently monetize and optimize their networks as well as to deliver a superior experience. This technology is based on Cisco's $475 million acquisition in February of Israeli company Intucell.
Cisco CEO John Chambers is currently in Israel to attend President Shimon Peres' 90th birthday celebrations.
Pelephone CEO Gil Sharon said, "We are always eager to innovate. We did it more than four years ago when we launched a high-speed access network and three years ago when we deployed the world's first self-optimizing network solution. Today, together with Cisco, we are delighted that the same technology will now enable us to transform our network with small cells and make it truly heterogeneous."
Cisco senior VP and general manager, service provider mobility business group Kelly Ahuja said, "Small cells have become a crucial element in any modern mobile Internet network. Without them service providers would be challenged to meet the coverage and capacity needs created by the explosion in mobile data demand and the shift of mobile traffic indoors. Through Cisco Quantum, we offer the industry's most compelling and holistic small cells proposition, stretching from the cells themselves right to the network core. We will demonstrate its capabilities with Pelephone."

rabbi david katz said...

notice hes here for peres' elite b-day party.

rabbi david katz said...

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Cisco (CSCO_) has unveiled more details of the "Internet of Everything", demonstrating how it can generate additional revenue over the next decade by having many more devices connected to the grid.

The networking giant noted there's the potential for companies to generate as much as $14.4 trillion in revenue over the next decade (2013-2022), as more devices become connected to the grid. Companies are expected to generate at least $631 billion in profits this year (there's an additional $544 billion in value that's left on the table for 2013), so the far majority of the opportunity lies in the years ahead.

Some 21 different use cases make up that $14.4 trillion, including asset utilization ($2.5 trillion), employee productivity ($2.5 trillion), supply chain/logistics efficiency ($2.7 trillion), improved customer experience ($3.7 trillion), and innovation ($3 trillion).

Here's the entire 16 slide presentation, showcasing where Cisco sees opportunity for itself, as well as the technology sector as a whole.

rabbi david katz said...

Velva said...

This is cool!

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