Archive for Sierpień, 2011

XConnect announces new Transcoding technology

By admin, 24 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

XConnect has announced a new transcoding technology designed to promote wider adoption and utilization of high-definition (HD) voice services. The new feature for members of XConnect’s HD Alliance delivers clearer, higher-quality and more effective voice communications by enabling fixed-line and mobile operators to seamlessly exchange HD voice traffic through an IP-peering federation for the first time.

“We are solving the key challenge to widespread adoption of high-definition voice services: the need to deliver traffic across disparate networks,” said XConnect CEO Eli Katz. “The enhancement to XConnect’s HD Alliance extends the benefits of cross-network HD voice service to mobile operators via cloud-based transcoding, thereby enabling fixed operators to connect HD voice calls with mobile endpoints and vice versa.”

Katz noted that the new transcoding feature will be increasingly useful as HD voice gains traction across all networks – fixed, mobile and over the top offerings – for consumer and enterprise markets.

To date, technology barriers have stood in the way of HD voice communication between fixed-line and mobile operators, which deploy different codecs. The new feature bridges the disparate HD “islands” by enabling transcoding in the XConnect multimedia interconnection hub. The resulting interconnection offers new revenue opportunities for fixed and mobile service providers, as well as improved call quality for more users.

The transcoding capability expands the benefits of XConnect’s HD Alliance – the world’s original peering federation dedicated to HD voice. Since its launch in April 2010, the HD Alliance has supported service providers using the G.722 wideband audio codec, the ITU standard for HD-enabled fixed communications networks.

Now, using the new transcoding technology, HD voice traffic can be delivered with tonal and audio quality preserved between fixed operators using the G.722 codec and mobile operators using the AMR-WB codec, which is most popular for wireless networks.

After launching the HD federation for U.S. operators, XConnect in September 2010 expanded membership to include U.K. participants as part of an initiative with Polycom, BroadSoft and Dialogic to promote HD voice uptake in the U.K.

CA Southern Africa offers new Cloud solutions

By admin, 24 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

CA Technologies is helping simplify “cloud choice” with new and updated products and solutions for enterprises and service providers.

“We are now offering the capabilities that advance our strategy to enable cloud use and help both enterprise and service provider customers quickly deploy business services with the cost-efficiencies offered by cloud,” says Gary Lawrence, MD of CA Southern Africa.

The term “cloud choice” includes traditional, cloud and hybrid application environments. Enterprises face significant decisions about if and when to move an application to the cloud. Once the decision is made to use cloud, enterprises must then select the right type of cloud – public, private, hybrid – based on the application and its current and future requirements.

“In order to make the right cloud choice for the business, management and security must be at the forefront of the planning,” says Lawrence. “To help ensure customers are successful in their cloud initiatives, CA Technologies provides a breadth of products and solutions that support a lifecycle approach to successful cloud deployment which includes: plan, design, deliver, secure and assure.

“We address cloud choice with the concept of an IT supply chain, where organisations decide on internal and external IT resources. Today, that choice has become more complex as companies extend how they use cloud services for improved agility.

“This complexity means management and security are at the forefront of any cloud journey, particularly at the time of cloud choice. Our broad management and security portfolio gives us the ability to help our customers address the complexities around cloud choice.”

CA Southern Africa now offers new and updated products and solutions from CA Technologies for enterprises and service providers including: CA Business Service Insight 8.0, CA Automation Suite for Clouds 1.0, CA Automation Suite for Datacenters 12.5, CA Virtual Placement Manager 1.0, CA AppLogic 3.0 and CA NetQoS Unified Communications Monitor 3.2.

“As the era of cloud progresses and the choices multiply, it becomes more important than ever to ensure that management and security of cloud applications are not afterthoughts,” says Lawrence. “Without having that in place, there are too many performance and security risks.

“The advantages of moving to the cloud are many. But achieving those goals without increasing risk and introducing new layers of complexity means deploying the right cloud management technologies.”

Afri-Tech announces Technology & Digital Summit

By admin, 24 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

The Washington-based technology company says it is heading to South Africa as it seeks to inject the uptake of technology in Africa.

According to the Chief Executive Officer of Afritech, Bernard Sanganza, the South Africa Summit will be held in Johannesburg. “The conference held in June provided a fertile ground for Afri-Tech to further deepen such conferences in the continent. It is my strong belief that Africa will get out of the perennial poverty quagmire if modern technology is embraced in its activities,” Sanganza said.

Afri-Tech says one of the greatest minds of the 21st century, described by Ebony Magazine as a genius, Dr Thomas Mensah will spearhead the South Africa meeting. Dr Mensah holds more than seven pioneering inventions in Fibre Optics Technology all awarded in six years. His innovations were critical to the Broadband and Fibre Optics infrastructure deployment in the United States.

“He is one of the leaders in advanced materials that find applications in Aerospace, High Speed Rail, Windmill blade structures, and highly efficient cars. His current work in nano technology will revolutionise next generation batteries for electric vehicles and laptop computers,” said Sanganza.

IT experts say the inclusion of the inventor in the South Africa conference, set for November this year, is likely to shape the future of the continent, and firms stand to gain a lot from such an epic meeting. “Dr Mensah’s technical contribution has impacted several industries, namely energy, environment, defense, transportation, and electronics to name a few. He is a recipient of Turner’s Trumpet Awards for Fibre Optics Innovation, Golden Torch Award, the highest award by NSBE, and Eminent Engineers award by AIChE.”

In June, Afri-Tech held Africa’s inaugural Internet and Digital marketing forum. The event brought together world-class marketing gurus from the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Asia and Africa. The development saw firms learn from marketing experts around the globe.

“This has started impacting positively on companies’ output,” Mr Wairimu Waithera, one of the exhibiting firms in the Nairobi conference said.

Catherine Ngahu, the chairman of the Kenya ICT Board lauded the brains behind the June meeting, arguing that Africa can only come out of the perennial problems of poverty when the continent embraces modern technology. “This was a well thought-out meeting for digital marketing. Indeed through such a platform, firms can reach millions of clients within the touch of a computer button,” Ms Ngahu said.

The South Africa’s four-day exhibition and “highly engaging” conference is anticipated to provide the attendees with a mass of new knowledge and new contacts. It is projected to feature more than 150 leading minds from the local market, most of whom are brand advertisers, traditional and interactive agencies, portals, on-line publishers and technology providers.

According to Sanganza, marketing executives from brand organisations, agencies, publishers and solution providers “attend our events in order to stay on top of the most important content, network with industry leaders.” “The conference will also provide understanding on how firms can work with the latest technology and media. Our events truly answer the needs and wants of those passionate about digital media,” he said.

The South Africa meeting will be boosted by the attendance of the country’s leading brains such as Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, Science and Technology Minister Ms Naledi Pandor, and Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.

Also in attendance of the grand technology meeting will be Dr Victor Lawrence, the pioneer of fibre optic connectivity in Africa. Dr Lawrence has over 20 patents, has written four books and published over 40 technical articles and had as well as lectured in several universities.  He is also a 1997 Emmy Award winner presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his achievements, which led to the grand alliance digital television standard.

ANV Holdings partner with Huawei Symantec, launch cloud storage

By admin, 23 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

Time Manager Platinum is installed in over 2500 sites and integrates to all major payroll systems including VIP. It interfaces to most access control systems which include fingerprint, hand-geometry andfacial recognition technology.

“The software is user-friendly and will accommodate companies from 20 to over 5000 employees,” said David Neaves, a director at ANV Holdings.

The Time Manager Platinum software allows for advance time (shift) calculations and production of timesheet reports that include exception reporting, absenteeism, trend analysis, employee and labour hire costing, management and audit reports.

“We are offering customers an off-site cloud computing backup solution through a secure, encrypted connection for any size company,” he said.

“It will secure mission-critical data and remove the risk of data loss through system failure or theft.”

Huawei Symantec servers and routers are the hardware platform for the solution with connectivity through either ADSL, 3G and HSPDA providing redundant backup.

“Huawei Symantec’s USG router is one of the most secure systems available for ADSL and 3G connectivity,” said Neaves.

“It is a next-generation multi-service gateway that integrates security, routing, switching, wireless access and voice service functions.”

“It is able to ensure network security while providing security functions such as anti-virus, invasion detection and URL filtering.”

“The security software embedded in the hardware includes Huawei Symantec’s UTM+. This combines Symantec’s security engine with a virus signature database giving enhanced threat identification, categorisation and detection capabilities. UTM+ improves on traditional UTM product security,” said Neaves.

“Multi-service gateways specifically address the needs of smaller companies. They enable the delivery of converged multimedia, data and voice streams, and are future proof, with allowances for additional services including hosted applications and content delivery,” said Edmont Rao regional director, Sub-Sahara Region, Huawei Symantec.

Metalogix StoragePoint reduces customer storage costs

By admin, 23 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

Metalogix Software, a provider of content lifecycle management (CLM) solutions for Microsoft SharePoint, Exchange, and legacy environments, is with its SharePoint solution, allowing customers to reduced their SharePoint content databases by more than 90 percent, increasing SharePoint performance and scalability while dramatically reducing storage costs.

Metalogix StoragePoint externalises SharePoint content Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) so that they may be stored on less-expensive or more appropriate storage systems. This means SQL clusters can be right-sized for optimal performance and the size of the SharePoint content database can be dramatically reduced while still maintaining critical metadata in the SQL Server.

Says Chris Hathaway, director at Soarsoft and distributor of Metalogix software to the African and South African market, “The rapid growth of data, especially email, is increasingly placing a strain on companies with Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) further adding pressure on organisations to ensure information is retained appropriately.

StoragePoint’s ability to store BLOBS (content such as Word/Excel documents etc) externally from the SQL database on storage platforms is addressing this challenge by dramatically reducing the size of the database thus improving manageability.”

The value of this significant reduction in the SharePoint content database has been seen by hundreds of StoragePoint customers.

“Since going live with SharePoint the demand for it has been huge,” says Gordon Bone, manager, applied technology, Ledcor Industries, Inc., a large North American construction company. “Once we realised how much content we were going to be getting in our SharePoint environment we decided pretty quickly that we needed a solution like StoragePoint to store the BLOBs outside the SQL database. We actually achieved a 91 percent reduction in the size of our content databases using StoragePoint. It has literally worked for us problem free. In fact, it works so smoothly we actually forget that it’s there.”

“When you use SharePoint, you tend to throw a lot of things in the SharePoint database and it gets big very quickly,” says Ken Foster, director, applications development, Cimerex Energy Company, an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. “We grossly exceeded the 100GB capacity maximum Microsoft recommends for the SharePoint content database. StoragePoint makes good sense in not storing things inside the database that don’t need to be stored there. It’s a very simple product to operate and actually worked as advertised.”

“StoragePoint reduced our largest database by over 98 percent as well as alleviated several challenges in our growing environment,” says Mark Wiley, IT manager, Chesapeake Energy, the second largest producer of natural gas in the U.S. “With StoragePoint, we can now leverage our SharePoint investment on a much larger scale.”

“SharePoint is rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing content stores in today’s organisations,” said Mandy Sadowski, vice president of marketing, Metalogix. “As a result, enterprises need to be ready to efficiently manage their SharePoint database for optimum performance, scalability, resource usage and cost. StoragePoint delivers immediate value for active users of SharePoint with a return on investment that can be seen instantly.”

Bidorbuy recognises local entrepreneurs

By admin, 23 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

Award events were held in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth to honour successful sellers on Bidorbuy.

“While we have successful sellers all over the country, most of them are concentrated in or around these major centres”, says bidorbuy CEO Jaco Jonker.   All in all, about two hundred sellers were honoured as best in 2011.

According to Jonker, on average about 7000 individuals and businesses sell on the site every month, generating about R360-million of annual gross turnover. It is estimated that about twenty percent of sellers make a living on bidorbuy.  Some specialise in the niche market of their choice; others sell a wide range of products.

Among the 2011 top sellers are people who sell jewellery, watches, collectible coins, computers, cell phones, electronic goods, home appliances and digital cameras. All of the top sellers agree that the important thing is not so much the type of products one sells, but to sell products one believes in, and to always offer good customer service.

“Our encounters with the top sellers revealed that the majority of them started out by chance. Their fist experience usually involved buying on the site. However, they soon saw an opportunity to make some money”, says Jonker and adds: “For the most entrepreneurial-minded among them, the next step was to leave their day job.”

“The beauty of bidorbuy is that a seller can make of it anything he or she wants”, says the bidorbuy CEO. “We provide them with sophisticated online selling tools and with marketing exposure to the largest audience of online shoppers in South Africa. The rest is up to them. They can use the platform to sell as a hobby, or to sell as a serious business.”

Jonker explains that the costs of running a business on bidorbuy are low and the learning curve is relatively mild: “Once sellers have created their listings and uploaded images on the site, it is, of course, a business like any other business, requiring a lot of work, patience and perseverance, but also offering a lot of rewards”.

Jaco Jonker says that the bidorbuy annual top seller events are aimed at recognising and nurturing home-grown entrepreneurial resourcefulness. “With unemployment as high as it is in South Africa, I feel that accessible and affordable online trading platforms like provide valuable opportunities for people to start their own business, and even employ others, as quite a number of our top sellers do”.

UMT achieves Microsoft Gold partner status

By admin, 23 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

Local Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution provider, UMT Consulting SA, is the first company to achieve a Microsoft Gold Competency for Project and Portfolio management in the Microsoft Partner Network in South Africa, the rest of Africa and the Middle East. This is the highest competency level obtainable through Microsoft.

UMT Consulting SA managing director Dries van der Colff says to earn a Microsoft Gold Competency, organisations must complete a rigorous set of tests to prove their level of expertise. “They must also have the right number of Microsoft certified professionals, submit references approved by customers, and demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction by participating in an annual survey.”

Microsoft launched its new Partner network system in 2010, a revised system with much higher standards for achieving Gold status. One of the results of the significantly increased depth and breadth of requirements needed to achieve a Gold Competency, is that achieving a Microsoft Gold Competency has become a key differentiator amongst Microsoft partners.

There are nearly 1 000 companies worldwide offering products and services based on Microsoft Project and Microsoft Project Server and only about 20 have achieved a Gold competency in Project and Portfolio Management.

“We achieved Microsoft Gold Partner status in 2003 have maintained that status since then. During the transition period, since the launch of the new competency-based partner dispensation, Microsoft has allowed companies that had previously qualified for Gold Partner status, to continue using the associated logo and designation until October 2011. From November, only the new competency-based logos and titles may be used by partners that have earned the relevant competencies,” he explains.

Van der Colff stresses that UMT Consulting SA is the first company to achieve this in South Africa, the rest of Africa, and the Middle East. “This achievement underpins our continued commitment to Microsoft technologies, and our technical ability to successfully deliver Project, Programme and Portfolio Management solutions – based on Microsoft technologies.”

Opinion piece: Cloud computing gains momentum in the local market

By admin, 23 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

By Paul McKibbin, Divisional CEO – Jasco Carrier Networks

Cloud computing is gaining ground in South Africa for a number of reasons.

This includes vastly improved bandwidth capability, both in terms of quantity and quality, greater affordability of bandwidth and improved security technology that addresses many of the concerns businesses have had around the concept of the cloud in the past.

The reality is that there has never been a better time to get into the cloud in South Africa. While there may not be “enough bandwidth” for everything that could be done, there is certainly sufficient availability for many applications already and the price is coming down fast.

As the advantages of the cloud have begun to outweigh previous security risks, so too have security measures improved.  Encryption capabilities now extend up to 2048 bit encryption and a move towards three-phase authentication, such as seen in financial institutions, with usernames, passwords and one-time pins, is now available to secure the cloud.  Using multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) can also help to vastly enhance security measures, in effect extending a private LAN into the cloud and removing the risk of running the cloud through public Internet domains.

Cloud computing and the cloud have become a much hyped buzzwords in modern IT circles and it is often put on the table for discussion in many organisations of all sizes.  However, the cloud is not just hype.  There is in fact justification for the mass discussion around the topic. The reason the technology has come to the fore now in South Africa, is that there has been a sustained downward trend on broadband prices and an exponential growth of fibre connectivity from multiple service providers.  This removes previous barriers to entry and allows local enterprises to take advantage of the technology to improve their business.

There are many benefits to embracing cloud computing technology for local as well as African businesses. By effectively outsourcing IT services to expert providers, organisations are better able to focus on their core business and areas of expertise, without having the added burden of IT administration, which may not be an area of high competency. This will in turn enable them to become more profitable as a result of tighter business focus. Using such a provider also guarantees uptime of the LAN, as the cloud equipment is hosted in highly resilient data centres and service level agreements can be put into place at the outset to ensure acceptable service levels.

Cloud computing also reduces capital expenses related to IT investments, since this is leased as a service so equipment does not need to be purchased up front to access new applications and features. End-of-life and the need for upgrading of legacy equipment also becomes less of an issue, since it is the onus of the cloud service provider to ensure that IT equipment is upgraded when necessary.

Another benefit is the ability to deliver a truly mobile workforce, since cloud computing gives users the ability to access the organisation’s LAN securely from anywhere in the world. Using cloud services can also turn multi-branch organisations into virtual ‘single branch’ enterprises, simplifying maintenance and administration and allowing organisations to take advantage of cost saving applications such an inter-branch VoIP hosted in the cloud.

However, while the cloud offers many benefits, a one-size-fits-all approach is unlikely to succeed in the majority of cases. In order for the technology to succeed in delivering on anticipated benefits and provide required return on investments, enterprises need to evaluate their requirements and work with a provider to tailor a cloud solution which fits their specific needs.

Opinion piece: Incorporating sustainability reporting into the enterprise – an imperative for business

By admin, 19 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

By Tiani Annandale, Senior Consultant at Cortell Corporate Performance Management

According to Mervyn King, author of the King III report and its predecessors, “governance, strategy and sustainability are inseparable”, and with an increasing global focus on corporate responsibility and integrated reporting, sustainability reporting and how to effectively incorporate it into enterprise reporting practices are becoming of increasing concern to businesses.

Sustainability reporting refers to all of the information companies should report on that is related to non-financial information, including economic, social responsibility and environmental performance. This means that organisations have to focus on additional areas to the pure financial results of the past when it comes to drawing up annual reports, adding in a number of new sources for information both structured and unstructured and increasing the complexity of reporting dramatically

Integrated reporting includes sustainability as part of the annual results of companies with the aim of improving transparency to stakeholders and ensuring that the business is being run not only in a financially viable fashion but also in an environmentally, economic and socially responsible manner.

Internationally, the Global Reporting Initiative, or GRI, has produced standards for sustainability reporting, which incorporates the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit. More than 1 500 companies across various countries subscribe to these guidelines and the movement is gathering momentum as the importance of true sustainability becomes increasingly apparent.

In the local context, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) mandates that all listed companies have to adopt the practices and guidelines as outlined by the King III report as of 1 March 2011, which means that sustainability reporting is not simply a recommendation for sound business practice, but a legal requirement that all JSE listed entities must comply with.

For non-listed companies, sustainability reporting is not mandatory but is considered to be best practice, and with the likelihood that financial reporting will be standardised, sustainability will be integrated with this and the momentum for this type of reporting in non-listed entities will increase as a result.

Aside from this, going forward sustainability is likely to become a determining factor when it comes to selecting business partners and awarding tenders, much like BEE is today. Stakeholders are demanding to be given a full understanding of the strategic governance and long term viability of an enterprise, and potential investors and partners wish to be fully informed as to the long term viability of the business on all fronts, not only financially. This means that sustainability reporting is certainly coming to the fore in modern business.

While the concept of integrated reporting is a relatively new one and there are no universally agreed standards as yet, the South African Integrated Reporting Committee (IRC) is in the process of developing a local standard, and discussion papers on the framework have been released by King, who is also the chairperson of the IRC. In the interim however, the guidelines as outlined in the King III governance code provide the most important requirements companies will be expected to comply with.

Some of the most important guidelines as outline by the King III report include the following:

. Sustainability reporting and disclosure should be integrated with the company’s financial reporting:

. The board should include commentary on the company’s financial results . The board must disclose if the company is a going concern . The integrated report should describe how the company has made its money . The board should ensure that the positive and negative impacts of the company’s operations and plans to improve the positives and eradicate or ameliorate the negatives in the financial year ahead are conveyed in the integrated report.

Some other important factors to bear in mind include the fact that sustainability reporting and disclosure should be independently assured. The general oversight and reporting of sustainability should be delegated by the board to the audit committee, and the audit committee should assist the board by reviewing the integrated report to ensure that the information contained in it is reliable and that it does not contradict the financial aspects of the report. The audit committee should also oversee the provision of assurance over sustainability issues.

The increased complexity of this type of reporting has an impact on the time and cost of reporting, and since the deadlines have not been extended for listed companies that now need to produce sustainability reporting as well as standard financial results, the process has become a fairly complicated and time consuming one.

Automating financial reporting as a whole, and incorporating a last mile reporting solution, will help to ease the burden on these organisations for future reporting, streamlining the process and greatly easing complexity.

The reality is that integrated reporting is the way of the future, and enterprises would do well to be prepared now so that they can harness the benefits of sustainability reporting and meet the changing demands of tomorrow’s business environment.

Opinion Piece: Proactive monitoring is essential for the modern database environment

By admin, 19 sierpnia, 2011, No Comment

By Gerrit-Jan Albers, Service Delivery Manager at RDB Consulting

In the modern enterprise, information is king and the database is the heart of the organisation. All of the essential information about the organisation and its customers is stored in this mission critical hub, which in turns supports important business applications, and without the database the business grinds to a halt.

Many issues have the ability to affect the performance of the database, and these points of failure represent a serious threat to the business continuity and viability of an enterprise. If downtime of the database is experienced for any reason, organisations face the reality of losing customers because they are unable to provide services, which means lost income and unacceptable levels of risk for the business.

More often than not, however, these potentially damaging incidents can be prevented through proactive monitoring of the database and other aspects of the IT environment, alerting organisations to issues before they can escalate into real problems. This results in a more stable infrastructure, in turn providing a more stable business service, both to the organisation itself and the end customer.

A proactive monitoring service offers a solution to enable businesses to address many points of failure in the database and extended IT environment before they become real problems. Alerts are sent out once thresholds are reached for certain issues, allowing these to be addressed before they can escalate and cause downtime or impact performance of the database. And while not all problems can be predicted, such as power failures, a proactive monitoring service will alert organisations to these in short order, allowing them to be dealt with quickly. This type of service allows organisations to not only monitor and alert on problems, it also enables a history of all past issues to be recorded, so problems can be accurately investigated to prevent reoccurrence.

A reactive approach to the database is not only inefficient, it also means that issues have already caused downtime and loss of service before they are dealt with. As an example, if disk space runs out, data can become corrupted and the database will experience performance issues and may even shut down, preventing access and resulting in lost productivity. Allowing this to happen means it is already too late, and fixing the problem becomes more complex and costly as a result. However if the organisation is alerted when disk space reaches a specified threshold, the issue can be remedied before space runs out, preventing the host of problems that may have occurred when dealing with this reactively.

Another issue that can become a critical problem is failing power supplies, which can result in fluctuating voltage, leading again to corrupt data and damaged hardware, as well as shut downs should the power supply fail completely. Proactive monitoring will alert the relevant people when these power supplies begin to fail to ensure that they can be replaced before causing damage. Lost data, power failures, glitches in production servers and failure to roll over to secondary environments all have the power to bring the data centre environment to its knees, and all of these problems can be remedied using a proactive monitoring service.

Proactive monitoring solutions can be run as a remote service using an outsourced provider to pick up alerts and inform the organisation of any impending problems. The service can also be run onsite, but in this instance should also be monitored offsite to ensure that all problems are picked up in a timely fashion and that issues and alerts are not overlooked.

At the end of the day, the business case for proactive monitoring comes down to the most critical business issue – money. Without the database and broader IT environment a business simply cannot run, which means loss of income, loss of productivity and higher costs to fix problems. Using a proactive monitoring solution can negate these issues, and in the long run if downtime can be minimised, the cost of monitoring is offset with higher uptime rates, and the service ultimately pays for itself.

The question businesses need to be asking themselves is not can they afford this service, but rather can they afford to be without it?

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