Monthly Archives: January 2014

Gsi Technology, Inc. Reports Third-quarter Fiscal 2014 Results

To listen to the teleconference, please call toll-free 888-510-1786 approximately 10 minutes prior to the start time and provide conference ID 3587112. You may also listen to the teleconference live via the Internet at, where it will be archived. About GSI Technology Founded in 1995, GSI Technology, Inc. is a leading provider of high-performance static random access memory, or SRAM, products primarily incorporated in networking and telecommunications equipment. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, GSI Technology is ISO 9001 certified and has worldwide factory and sales locations. For more information, please visit

Mobile Area Roads, Forecast Improving But ‘black Ice Still A Factor’ (latest Updates)

The Satsuma Board of Education canceled its regular meeting scheduled for Thursday. The next meeting will take place Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. The University of Mobile canceled day classes for Thursday but announced night classes would go on as normally scheduled. Administrative offices will open at noon. The University of South Alabama offices, meanwhile, will reopen at 1 p.m. Thursday . Normal class schedules will resume at 4:30 p.m.

U.s. Wireless Group Proposes Tv Channel-sharing Pilot

Known as channel sharing, the practice has been supported by the Federal Communications Commission as a way to clear up more airwaves, or spectrum, for the so-called incentive auction currently scheduled for 2015. In the auction, TV stations would voluntarily give up control of low-frequency airwaves so that they can be sold to wireless providers such as AT&T Inc or T-Mobile US. The wireless companies are keen to boost the strength and reach of their networks as consumers increasingly rely on wireless phones for data-heavy uses like streaming video. The auction proceeds would reimburse the broadcasters and also help fund a new U.S. public safety network.

Taking A Holiday From Technology

Climb the jungle gym. Or, if it’s adrenaline you seek, plan something more elaborate, like a day of paintball, laser tag or indoor trampoline jumping. The point behind all of these activities is to disconnect from the virtual world and reconnect not only with all of our senses, but also with the people around us who matter. Consider implementing a technology holiday once a week. It may be difficult at first, but in the long run, you will feel yourself regaining control over the devices that may currently have control over you.