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Posts Tagged ‘statistics’

Cyprus Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband Statistics and Analyses 2018

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 11 ottobre 2018

The “Cyprus report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.This report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments in Cyprus’s telecommunications market. The report analyses the fixed-line, mobile and broadband sectors.Despite the liberalisation of Cyprus’s telecom sector, the market overall continues to be dominated by the incumbent, Cyta, which was only fully privatised in July 2018 following its sale to Vodafone Greece. The sale of the company formed part of a wider financial bailout package and was delayed and amended because of political opposition.Although it is the dominant provider, Cyta has failed to invest adequately in its networks in recent years, resulting in a steady decline in its share of the fixed-voice, broadband and mobile markets. Nevertheless, the company in May 2018 announced plans to make significant investments in a ten-year NGN infrastructure project.One fruit of this project was the launch of an FttP service in the following August, supplemented by vectoring technology on its copper infrastructure in rural areas. The financial and management support of Vodafone will likely lead to further upgrades and innovation in coming years.

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Dr. Jeffrey Davidson as Senior Director, Clinical Statistics

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 1 agosto 2009

CEO & Chairman Jim Walker  of Octagon Research Solutions, Inc., a pioneer and leading provider of breakthrough software and services to the life sciences industry, today announced the appointment of Jeffrey Davidson, Ph.D. to the position of senior director, Clinical Statistics. In this new position, Dr. Davidson will oversee all statistical activities and staff, as well as provide strategic direction and leadership for all statistical functions.Dr. Davidson comes to Octagon with extensive experience in statistics and biometrics, totaling over 20 years in industry. Prior to joining Octagon, he worked as senior vice president, Statistical Consulting at a global Contract Research Organization (CRO).  There, Dr. Davidson developed and led the business unit responsible for providing statistical consultancy to clients in the life sciences industry. In his previous position at this company, he served as senior vice president, Biometrics, where he directed all Biometrics and Medical Writing.  During his career, Dr. Davidson also served as vice president, Global Biometrics at Shire Development, Inc.Dr. Davidson’s additionally led statistical efforts at Purdue Pharma, led Medical Affairs Statistics at Hoffmann La Roche, and held a leadership role at Knoll. He further served as Therapeutic Area Statistical Lead at WyethDr. Davidson received his undergraduate degrees in Psychology (B.A) and Rehabilitation Education (B.S.) from Penn State. His post-graduate degrees include Special Education (M.Ed.) from the College of New Jersey and METER (Measurements, Evaluations, and Techniques of Experimental Research) (Ph.D.) from the University of Pennsylvania.
About Octagon Research Solutions, Inc. Octagon is a pioneer and leading provider of breakthrough software and services to the life sciences industry. Octagon’s eCTD and CDISC solutions provide the people, process and technology required to optimize drug development from data collection to submission. Our regulatory, clinical, process and software offerings provide a unique combination of deep domain knowledge, cross-functional electronic submission expertise, a holistic process approach, and integrated solutions. Octagon is headquartered in Wayne, PA, with European headquarters in Harrow, UK. Octagon’s EDC Operations are located in Mountain View, CA. For more information please visit http://www.octagonresearch.com

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