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Open access research celebrated

...ertebrate IGF-binding protein 7, counteracts insulin signaling in Drosophila and is essential for starvation resistance Honegger B, Galic M, Khler K, wittwer F, Brogiolo W, Hafen E, Stocker H Journal of Biology 2008, 7:10 (15 April 2008) http://jbiol.com/content/7/3/10 This research describes the g...
Wittwer in Biological Technology

TDS believes faster DSL service will suit small businesses

..., and from three to 20 Mbps within 12,000 feet from a central office. The 45 Mpbs compares to average speeds of six Mbps for existing DSL service, wittwer said. TDS' new service won qualified praise from James Carlini, an adjunct professor at Northwestern University and president of the business ma...

Wittwer to lead TDS Telecom starting Jan. 1

... Update: read the first exclusive interview with David wittwer as CEO of TDS Telecom Madison, Wis. - The new year will officially begin a new era of leadership at TDS Telecom , as Dave wittwer takes over for retiring chief executive James Barr on Jan. 1, the company a...

New CEO at TDS on tech innovation and leadership (Part 1)

...rom a phone company to a broadband provider. wittwer WTN Media interviewed wittwer about the leadership transition. In part one, he e... can gain credibility in the boardroom. David wittwer is also a featured speaker at the Fusion 2007 CEO...

Fusion 2007: Making the business case for technology

...t want a seat at the table better not be reactive, wittwer said, but bring ideas with business value to upper...ship where you share those different alternatives, wittwer said. TDS Telecom, which is transforming itself...difficult decision in a technology implementation, wittwer said, is having the discipline to pull the plug on...

Wireless carriers mislead consumers about USF reform

... (Part 1) James Barr III: No time for evolution in telecommunications TDS believes faster DSL service will suit small businesses Dave wittwer is president and CEO of TDS Telecommunications Corp. in Madison. The opinions expressed herein or statements made in the above column are solely th...
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