Bell Integrator Technology Services and Solution Development Services

August 27th, 2015

Bell Integrator is a global consulting, technology services, and outsourcing company that is riding the wave of cutting-edge technologies, while still keeping our expertise in traditional systems. We deliver mission critical solutions that address most complex business and technology needs of large corporations in the finance, telecom, transportation and healthcare industries. Bell Integrator provides full cycle solution development services in multi-vendor environments. Services and Solutions portfolio includes consulting, software development, integration, monitoring, quality assurance and testing, maintenance and support, cloud, mobility, link, big data.

today announced that it was named to the “25 Most Promising Cloud Services Vendors 2015″ in the latest issue of Outsourcing Gazette, a print magazine which provides a platform to thinkers, practitioners, strategists and visionaries in the outsourcing community. Among the leading service providers dominating the landscape in the cloud space today, Bell Integrator stood out as the “Company of the Month.”

Bell Integrator partners with HP, IBM, Microsoft, CISCO, Oracle, Symantec, VMware, CA Technologies, Citrix, BMC Software, and many others. Strategic partnerships with the world’s leading technology companies and in-depth knowledge of their technologies enable Bell Integrator to deliver cross platform innovation and industry best practices, helping customers gain greater business value from their IT investments. We provide a clear programme of services to transition, at the pace chosen by our customers, to a SDDC. Where appropriate, build the target converged infrastructure and software platform, including the management systems to operate and monitor.

Bell has been delivering virtualisation projects for customers over the past 10 years from the first VMWare project in 2004. Our virtualisation leadership and excellence in execution means we have delivered many virtualisation projects in a direct capacity for customers. We have also worked on many virtualisation and converged infrastructure projects for customers of large IT service providers who had insufficient technical skills.

Evenflo Seat Solution to Remind Driver of Baby on Board

August 27th, 2015


The “Evenflo Advanced SensorSafe Embrace DLX Infant Car Seat” is being sold at Walmart. Evenflo said, “We see it as a social responsibility to offer caregivers and parents the opportunity to help prevent these tragedies from happening.” The Evenflo Tribute Convertible Car Seat Gunther will give a little one the comfortable safe ride they need every time they get in the vehicle. Might a car seat be designed in such a way to help prevent the tragic deaths of babies left in hot cars? A new seat designed to avert tragedies resulting from babies left in overheated cars is from Evenflo, which lists the retail price of its seat solution.

Evenflo Advanced Embrace DLX with SensorSafe seat as working via a smart chest clip for the child and wireless receiver auto-sync to communicate with the driver through a series of gentle tones. The receiver will tell the driver through sounds that there is a baby in the car after arrival at the destination and will also signal the driver through sounds if the seat gets unbuckled in transit.

A receiver plugs into the car’s onboard diagnostic system. The receiver plug links to a sensor on a clip placed across the baby’s chest. Tones are activated through the chest clip and wireless receiver. The chest clip transmits an extremely brief and low power signal – no stronger than your car’s keyless remote entry. The transmissions are so brief that total transmission time in 2 hours of driving is less than one second.

Once the child is clipped in and the car starts rolling, an electronic link is established. When the driver turns off the ignition, the sensor immediately kicks in with an alert sound, using gentle tones, to remind the driver that a baby is on board.

Angry Birds 2

August 12th, 2015

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Angry Birds 2? This is actually the eighth sequel to Angry Birds, following the Seasons, Rio, Space, Slingshot Stella, Friends and two Star Wars games.That’s just counting the ones that followed the original’s form: spin-offs exploring other forms of gameplay include Angry Birds Transformers, Angry Birds Epic RPG, Angry Birds Pop, Angry Birds Fight and Bad Piggies.

By calling this new game Angry Birds 2, though, its developer Rovio is signifying its status as something of a reboot: getting back to bird-slinging basics while bumping up the production values, and designing it from the ground up as a freemium game.

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Angry Birds 2 – Freemium Clips Its Wings, the 13th installment of Angry Birds and the original game’s first proper sequel — on Thursday became available for iOS and Android. The free-to-play model is a call to players beyond its base. However, those new players may slip through developer Rovio’s fingers if the game’s features fail to motivate them to play with real money.

Though there are 12 titles separating the first game from Angry Birds 2, Rovio revisited every element of the core game except for the iconic slingshot used to fling furious fowl at snide little swine that hole up in glass houses and jury-rigged forts.

Angrier and Birdier

While the premise remains unchanged, Angry Birds 2 has its own feel. It takes advantage of modern multicore processors without burdening low-end handsets with overly ambitious graphics.

Design technology has progressed markedly, said Rovio cofounder Niklas Hed.

“With Angry Birds 2, we wanted to bring a level of expressive depth and detail seen previously only in a console game or animated series — and create a new game that kids and adults alike won’t be able to put down,” he said.

Five Mega Technology Trends That Will Transform Your Consultancy

August 6th, 2015

Our world is facing unprecedented technological, societal, and economic change. Everywhere you look, there is an article, blog post or tweet about one of the mega trends in technology—cloud, big data, mobility or social. So, how can you prepare to prosper? Five emerging trends will re-shape how you do business in the future, explains BST Global’s executive vice president Javier Baldor.

These trends are already having a profound impact on our business and personal lives, and they will  continue to impact how we do our jobs, how we communicate, and how we gather, manage and use data to learn and make better decisions. “A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.” So said ice hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

The question is, Where will the puck be in the coming years?

To help you, I have identified five technology trends to watch, based on findings from leading IT research firms like Gartner, technology companies like Google, and private equity firms like Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB).

1.The Cloud: A Whole New World

There is a significant transformation and fundamental shift emerging in computing architecture. It is called Cloud Computing – the use of computing resources that are delivered as a service over the Internet.

According to Forrester’s forecast data reported in “Sizing the Cloud,” the global cloud computing market will see a 592% increase, growing from a USD 40.7bn to a USD 241bn market in 2020.

Factors driving this growth, according to private equity firm KPCB, include:

  • Rapidly falling processing costs, while the cloud and accessibility rise.
  • Computing costs declining 33% annually (1990-2013).
  • Storage costs declining 38% annually (1992-2013).
  • Bandwidth costs are declining 27% annually (1999-2013).

How to Take Amazing Fireworks Moments

July 31st, 2015


Happy new year party identic with counting down and fireworks. That moment is very happiness, the whole world get a party fireworks. But how to take amazing fireworks photos? And you can share that moment into instagram, facebook or you can collecting that moment into your photos album. From this article, I try to give you a tips to how to take amazing fireworks photos?

Soaking in a professional fireworks display is a happy new year party, Fourth of July tradition in many parts of the United States. Between the barbecues and good times spent with friends and family, you’ll no doubt be bombarded with images of fireworks over the coming days. And while those Instagram and Twitter users certainly mean well, the truth of the matter is that most of those photos will suck.

The good news is, you don’t have to be a professional photographer to snap some amazing pictures of fireworks. All you need is some basic equipment and a little know-how, the latter of which we’ll be offering up here today.


The first point is the weather. If it’s going to be rainy outside, the show will likely be cancelled or postponed at the very least. Precipitation is only part of the concern, as you’ll also want to know how windy it’ll be. Gusty conditions can often be your worst enemy when trying to photograph a pyrotechnics display.


Assuming the weather checks out, the next thing you’ll want to do is come up with a suitable location to set up shop ahead of time. This is easier if you’re familiar with the area, know exactly where the fireworks will be launched from or ideally, have attended a show at the selected location in the past. If you’re new to the area or the venue and you’re really after some quality shots, it may not be a bad idea to scout out the location beforehand.

The Most Popular Game Tank Simulation

July 27th, 2015

World Of Tanks is one of the fastest growing F2P games available on PC and also the most popular Mmo tank simulation. The game offers a fresh take on tank strategy gaming, blending tanks from all eras to dispense a thrilling action experience. Not only will players fight to advance to the front-lines in battles against one another online, they’ll also conquer nations in the game’s innovative meta-gameplay encompassing entire continents. , It’s a tank simulation MMO for a free-to-play game and it features 10 vs. 10 PvP, 30 real modern-day tanks, and 3D destructible environments.

Main battle tactics are usually the same. Tank destroyers can act as heavy tanks and take part in the main attack, or can assist medium tanks to hold the frontline. Artillery holds the ground deep behind the frontline and waiting for scouts to spot enemy vehicles. Advancing the Battleline by overrunning your enemy’s positions is the way to win the battle! Players can build Divisions (guilds) with other players to use the combined strength of their tanks to strategically outmaneuver and take down enemy forces and conquer nations. Building and capturing bases within conquered territory will also greatly affect the battle, offering game play bonuses to allies. Commanders can also equip various consumable items to be used in the heat of battle.

This game is located in the Russian and Chinese segments of the Internet. Battleline is the only game that brings tanks from the inception of armored warfare to modern day. Tanks from the earliest days can fight alongside modern armor at any time! Battle is not just a shoot and scoot exercise though; skills executed at the right moment can turn aside an enemy’s sabot or allow you to make that one in a million killshot! As you win battle upon battle your team and your allied guilds can conquer nations until there are no more to conquer! Keep a wary eye on your fellow guilds though, they can choose to launch a coup and fight you for dominance of any nation you have jointly conquered!

NASA just discovered an Earth-like planet

July 24th, 2015

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The SETI Institute and NASA have confirmed the discovery of Kepler 452b, the most Earth-like planet ever encountered. Located in the Goldilocks zone of its host star, this planet would have “just the right” conditions to support liquid water and possibly even life.

Some scientists believe we’re most likely to find life outside of Earth if we look beyond our solar system. Life, they think, could be present on some Earth-like planet orbiting a different sun thousands of light years away.

These earth-like planets do exist. Called exoplanets, they were discovered 20 years ago. But scientists haven’t found a planet that’s similar in size to Earth, orbiting a star similar to our sun, and traveling in a habitable zone (which means the planet is at the right temperature to harbor liquid water).

That is, until now. Kepler 452b will forever be remembered as the first, second Earth or what NASA refers to as “Earth 2.0″ ever discovered:

Here’s what we know so far about Earth 2.0:

  • It’s 60 percent larger than Earth.
  • It’s most likely rocket, meaning it has a solid surface as opposed to a gaseous one, like Jupiter.
  • It’s about 1,400 light years from Earth.
  • The star it’s orbiting is about 6 billion years old — 1.5 billion years older than our sun.

Using NASA’s planet-hunting space telescope, called Kepler, a team announced today that Kepler 452b is the most Earth-like planet every discovered in history.

“This is about the closest, so far,” said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington, during the announcement.

Scientists have discovered planets similar in size to Earth in the past, but never one that was orbiting around a star similar to our own. Here’s what Kepler has discovered.

iPhone 6s: Explorer The 6 most Exciting New features Hitting Apple’s Next iPhone

July 14th, 2015


We all know that Apple’s “S” updates are all about huge internal upgrades and big performance improvements.  Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are set to be released later this year. While the handsets are expected to look very similar to their predecessors, while nothing is certain until Apple introduces its new iPhones on stage this coming fall, history has taught us that there are some sources who can definitely be trusted to dish all the details about Apple’s unreleased iPhones with near-perfect accuracy.

With that in mind, let’s run through the six best and most exciting new features we can expect to see on Apple’s upcoming new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

Force Touch

Like Apple’s new Apple Watch, the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will reportedly support Force Touch. This great new technology, which we can expect to see Apple’s rivals rip off in the near future, allows mobile devices to register different amounts of pressure and respond appropriately.

On the Apple Watch, for example, tapping normally on a notification will open the appropriate app, while pressing and holding firmly on the notification panel will give you an option to dismiss all notifications.

We’re not sure exactly how Apple will implement Force Touch in the iPhone 6s or where it will work in the software, but it will definitely add a nifty new dimension of control.

Camera improvements

Apple doesn’t mess around with megapixels very often, choosing instead to focus on improving its camera components and camera software. You can’t argue with results, and the camera on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is easily among the best in the business.

20 Essential Tricks and Tips with Using iPhone 6

July 8th, 2015

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are two of the most lauded and intuitive smartphones to ever hit the consumer market. Apple has always wanted consumers to use the iPhone with a single hand — hence, the iPhone 6’s new Reachability feature. Simply double-touch the Home button to shift the screen down closer to your thumb, and once you make your selection, it will conveniently slide back up to its natural position. No second hand required.

Life is hard enough without having to factor in modern technology. The aptly-titled Tips app built into iOS 8 doesn’t cover all bases, especially considering just how vast and varied the innate features baked into Apple’s latest mobile can be. Most of us need a little extra help to get the most out of the $750 megaphone, whether you’re simply trying to traverse the device’s expanded real estate or capture slow-motion video of your dog drooling on the sofa. Below are 20 of our favorite tips and tricks for the iPhone 6.

How to reach the top of the screen using one hand

Apple has always wanted consumers to use the iPhone with a single hand hand — hence, the iPhone 6’s new Reachability feature. Simply double-touch the Home button to shift the screen down closer to your thumb, and once you make your selection, it will conveniently slide back up to its natural position. No second hand required.

How to opt out of group iMessages

Certainly a long-sought feature, iPhone 6 users can now opt out of iMessage threads. To do so, launch the Messages app as you would normally, and choose the group thread you’d like to opt out of. Afterward, tap Details in the upper-right corner, and select the Leave this conversation option at the bottom of the menu.

Audi, BMW, Mercedes Favored by Nokia for Maps Deal

June 27th, 2015

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Nokia is aiming to pressure the bidders to increase their offer by continuing to entertain offers from others, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks are private. The maker of telecommunications equipment, favors selling its maps business to Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, although price differences remain, according to people familiar with the matter.

The carmakers, who are key clients for the technology and first approached the Finnish company about a sale, may hesitate to pay the as much as $4 billion being sought for the unit, known as HERE, the sources said.

Nokia is seeking to sell the mapping unit as it focuses on mobile-network equipment. It agreed to buy Alcatel-Lucent in April to create the world’s largest supplier of the equipment. The company may still decide not to sell HERE, CEO Rajeev Suri told France’s National Assembly this week. The potential valuation of as much as $4 billion suggests Nokia’s mapping assets have lost much of their value since 2008, when the company spent $8.1 billion to buy map provider Navteq.

A spokeswoman for Nokia declined to comment. Representatives for Audi, Daimler, Apax and Baidu declined to comment. BMW couldn’t be immediately reached by email outside of regular business hours.