Iridium Extreme 9575, Toughest Satellite Phone Ever

Iridium 9575 Extreme

No one can deny the importance of wireless communication these days because people are interconnected with each other from different cities to different countries. No medium other than wireless communication can give them the freedom to communicate whenever they need, where ever they are. That is why it is hard to find a person who is not using a mobile phone even in under developed countries. Almost every single person whether a girl or a boy, housewife or working women businessman or sportsman is using a mobile phone to stay connected with the rest of the world.

Satellite phone is the innovation in wireless communication which remove all the limitations we had in traditional smartphones like roaming problems and no service areas. With a satellite phone you can stay connected with the whole world no matter where you are. While travelling in the air or in deserts, travelling in sea or in mountains you can make and receive calls with your sat phone anywhere any time.

There are different mobile phones from different satellite networks but Iridium Extreme 9575 is the best and toughest phone that is ever made with a lot of features and accessories. Iridium Extreme 9575 Satellite Phone is 10% thinner and 7% lighter phone as compared to its previous model Iridium 9555 and it is the smallest satellite phone ever made by Iridium.

Iridium Extreme Satellite Phone Features:

  • Durability according to Military-grade 810F
  • Highest Ingress Protection possesses IP65 industry rating
  • Rugged, high-gain antenna
  • Iridium 9575 also have online tracking service
  • Hard and tough material is Water, dust and shock resistant
  • Best for sending and receiving email and SMS
  • It also supports hands free
  • For data transfer it has Mini USB port
  • The Extreme Satellite Phone also have a GPS tracking function along with button for emergency situations.

Battery life of Iridium Extreme 9575 is good, it has 30 hours stand by time while it can provide you up to 4 hours talk time. It can store u to 100 contacts in its internal phone book memory and also store call logs like dialed received and missed calls. In short this is the best satellite phone ever made by any satellite network provider which can resist in any weather and durable for any location.

3 Best Pet Monitoring Cameras Every Pet Owner Should Know

Pet monitoring is a specialized job you can’t just keep pets at home without knowing about the nature of pets and how to treat with them. Along with the knowledge and training to deal with the pets, you should also have a pet monitoring system in the room of your pets. Pet camera is the basic equipment in pet monitoring system. Here I will list 3 best Pet monitoring cameras about which every pet owner should know and you can study more about any pet camera review from Google.

1: Motorola Scout66


I will list the Motorola Scout66 at the top because it is most affordable pet monitoring camera. You can use the basic systems of a pet monitoring system without paying any subscription fees. This camera can be connected to Hubble where you can store the videos recorded from this pet camera. The best thing about Motorola Scout66 is that it can also update you with the environment like temperature of the room where you keep your pet. From this information you could know that if your pet is feeling good or not.

2: PetChatz HD

PetChatz HD

Just like other Pet cameras this PetChatz HD camera allows you to make  two way video calls. You can call from your tab and also some one at home can call you using this PetChatz HD camera. This camera also have soothing scent dispensing capabilities along with sound and motion detection feature. The best thing in this camera is one additional paid feature which is called PawCall button. Your pet can call you using this button if you have installed it on floor or on a wall with a suitable height. This camera is expensive but have the best features according to its price.

3: Petzi Treat Cam

Petzi Treat Cam

This camera has a very unique feature which is you can give snack to your pet as well using Petzi Treat cam. Any dry treat which is less than 1 inch in size can be used as a treat provided that its a dry pet treat. Other functions like chatting with the pet using speaker in the cam and video calling is also there in this camera. A wide angle camera allows you to record a video up to 720p quality. Only disadvantage of this cam is that it has only one way cam’s audio.

These are the 3 best pet monitoring cameras according to my knowledge whereas you can find more interesting cameras on Amazon and can read more Pet camera reviews by googling on the topic.

Cyber Security Professional have alarmed business to learn about the GDPR Principles for high Compliance and Early Adaptation


GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, the most highlighted and talked about news, has come into existence after the joint efforts of four years of the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission, for all the citizens of the European Union. This was surely the much needed legislation of the era and has replaced the Data Protection Directive on 14 April 2016. GDPR will be enforced strictly as the European Law exactly two years later in May 2018; the organizations running business within the European Union and the member states, if do not abide by these data privacy laws, will be heavily penalized with either 4% of the yearly global turnover of revenue or will be charged 20 million pounds.

Companies of Europe are warned not to take this as lightly as the Data Protection Directive, they will have to strictly adhere with it from day one of the GDPR implementation. The objective of establishing General Data Protection Regulation is to uniformly apply data privacy laws throughout Europe and protect every individual’s data privacy who resides in Europe. This practice will strengthen the protection of the private data, which is the right of every individual. Unfortunately, the former Data Protection Directive is found deficient of providing the needed privacy protection that every particular individual and organizations need.

Many businesses in this fast paced social media world have to be reminded the value of personal data. It has become a commonly observed practice for some years now that once you visit a business or a franchise, even a highly reputed one, and share your contact details with them for future updates of their offers, the next day your smartphones and E-mail inboxes are exploded with offers and updates of several other shopping facilities and you keep on wondering how they got your contact number or email address. You are often unsubscribing from their mails or throwing them into spam mails. GDPR will surely serve as a game changer and bring an immense transformation to this viral business trend.

However, businesses do not seem to welcome the General Data Protection Regulation with an open heart. Most of them do not seem to or seem negligent to understand the principles of this legislation, some are even confused about how much compliant they are at present with the upcoming GDPR for the data privacy protection of their customers.

Zangu: Language Learning App For Kids by AITeachU

With the advancement in technology education is also getting advance day by day. Days are gone when you need to hire teachers who teach you every day at a fixed time at your home. Or you no longer need to go to academy every day for tuition after spending hectic time at school. In Asian countries like India and Pakistan it is also a big trend to learn foreign languages so that they can get work Visa for the respective countries. There are so many institutes where people go to learn English, Spanish, Italian, German or some other languages. But why people should wait to learn a language when they need visa? Why not from the childhood so that they can speak like a native speaker and they don’t face any problems in reading, writing or speaking that language.

On the basis of the fact that kids can learn any language in less time as compared to an adult AITeachU has developed a new app called Zangu which uses artificial intelligence to teach you different languages every month. The app is especially designed for kids and to make the app interesting it has different kind of activities, puzzles and games. 3 years to 10 years kids can use this language learning app at their own without the help of others. There is not even a single character in the app and it will not intended to show kids that they are learning some thing extra and they don’t feel any burden on them of learning a new language like they could feel at school if they ask to learn something new.

Because of amazing science used in Zangu app the developers has made it very friendly for kids and they can speak any new language by using the app only for one to two months. In this short time your kids will start speaking just like a native kid with proper accent and without errors. Kids will use this language learning app just like any other entertaining app and the keep learning new languages. For Indian and Pakistani kids, Zangu app is very good to teach English language with proper pronunciation. It is equally good for adults as well who can not only learn new languages but they can also improve any language which the knew a little.

Data Centre Protection for Webhosting and Educational Institutes

Security should be one of the key aspects in the development process of a data centre.

Any organisation, whether they are an educational or government institute or a private web hosting company will want their servers to be safe from both virtual and physical attacks at all times. Large, custom build data centers in particular should pay a lot of attention to things like natural disasters, terrorism and intrusion.

Here is just an introduction into three things designers should bear in mind when taking security in the design of a data centre.

Surrounding Environment

No matter whether we’re talking about moving an existing facility to a different location or building a new data centre from scratch, researching the surrounding area should always be one of your top priorities. In most cases, mission critical data centers should be placed far away from busy and crowded offices. The security of a data centre can be compromised by a great many things, including other businesses, busy roads and residential areas.

Natural Disasters

When building a data centre, any history of natural disasters such as flooding, forest fires and earthquakes should be taken into consideration. A large number of west Europe-based hosting providers don’t need to worry about earthquake mitigation measures at all – mostly due to rarely having to deal with earthquakes. In places however, such as the East Coast of the United States or Japan, earthquakes occur with a frightening regularity and present a real threat to any data centre. In recent years, the risk of serious infrastructural damage caused by moderate and heavy earthquakes has only grown higher.

A seismic event brings with itself a lot of negative effects, including unplanned downtime and remediation work, major equipment and infrastructure damage, financial risks and loss of market share. One of the most common workarounds to this problem is to have some semblance of seismic support. In most cases, this usually includes building a certain number of structural steel support frames. These support frames are designed to enhance the static and dynamic loads of critical IT equipment during any seismic activity.

Protection Against Intruders

As a rule, any hosting facility should try to utilize a variety of security and access solutions. Fob keys and card-swipe entry systems are a good start, but the most popular data centres also make use of the more complex systems such as retina scanners and biometric readers. You also have your CCTV systems, which offer the option of recording internal and external footage around the clock. Most of these systems come with the ability of recording thermal images and full 360-degree images.

A locked door policy throughout the building should be a no-brainer. Additionally, any visitors should be screened and only be allowed access with a confirmed appointment. All employees should have their backgrounds checked for criminal records which may bring the security of the data centre into question.

A data centre should do its best to secure its employees, operations and products from any physical and natural threats. Private organisations, such as storage companies and webhosting providers secure their market position by investing heavily in infrastructure protection.

This article was written using information provided by Webhostingology who publish in their site the latest technologies for webhosting and datacenter development. In the academic arena, Webhostingology supports students of universities and colleges through their annual student scholarship.