JABS = Nortel's Joint Automated Booking Station developed for Kristine Marcy's U.S. Department of Justice
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Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks
Presidential Field Links Mrs. Clegg Partner Forfeit To BAE Murder By FADEC
McConnell Links Kristine Marcy Nortel JABS To Gore Hammer JonBenet [Wells Fargo]
“MI6 Spy Death Mystery & LGC Forensics blunder”
Mrs. Clegg dines with Obama and Romney’s Saddamite sponsor, Nadhmi Auchi
Mrs. Clegg’s DLA Piper manages HSBC trademark in re Nortel communication
Red-bag crime scene evidence managed with Nortel JABS
Williams tracked by Nortel’s Lone Worker devices developed for Clegg client, HSBC
“BBC 23 April 2012 Last updated at 10:21 ET MI6 spy Gareth Williams was 'scrupulous risk assessor' An MI6 officer found dead in his flat had been a "scrupulous risk-assessor" and only let "vetted" people into his home, his sister has told an inquest. The body of Gareth Williams, 31, originally from Anglesey, was found padlocked in a bag in a bath in his Pimlico flat in August 2010. Ceri Subbe said only family had keys to her brother's flat and that he would not have let in a potential killer. The inquest is expected to examine whether anyone else was involved. Ms Subbe said her brother had never told her he had been followed or felt threatened. "I cannot think as to why anybody would want to harm him," she said. In a statement read to the court, Ms Subbe said MI6 had been "dragging their feet" over her brother's request to return to government communications surveillance agency GCHQ's headquarters in Gloucestershire. The mathematics prodigy had worked as a cipher and codes expert for GCHQ since 2001. “Gareth was like a Swiss clock - very punctual, very efficient, and it was very unlike him not to attend a meeting” Ceri SubbeGareth Williams's sister. He had been working for MI6 from GCHQ on what had been meant to be a three-year secondment, but "as time went by his enthusiasm began to fade", Ms Subbe said. "He disliked office culture, post-work drinks, flash car competitions and the rat race. He even spoke of friction in the office," the statement said. … Lawyer Anthony O'Toole told the pre-inquest hearing that Mr Williams's family believed a third party was present at his death or later destroyed evidence. "The impression of the family is that the unknown third party was a member of some agency specialising in the dark arts of the secret services - or evidence has been removed post-mortem by experts in the dark arts," he said.”
“NGN 2.0 - CARRIERS RELEARNING THE ART OF SERVICES IN A UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS WORLD December 2008 They've provided voice add-ons for years, but telecommunications provides are only now considering how to deliver hosted unified communications services to customers. Dave Shier, Carrier Applications Business Development with Nortel Asia , explains how Nortel is using its telecommunications expertise to help its carrier customers deliver new and innovative communications enabled applications services in the era of Hyperconnectivity. ….
The power of location It has been possible to get rudimentary integration of such systems in the past using extensive custom development, but Nortel is making it much easier for carriers to build communications enabled applications (CEA) that assemble carrier-provided services in many combinations to quickly deliver new services to customers. Nortel has already demonstrated several proof-of-concept situations that highlight how CEA capabilities improve business processes and overall efficiency. These include:
A Lone Worker personal security service in which the carrier network supports a mobile employee working in a vulnerable environment through an application loaded on their mobile handset. By monitoring the employee's status and location and comparing it with their online calendar, the service can automatically track the employee's progress throughout the day and alert managers, complete with GPS details, via SMS, email or instant messaging if the employee fails to arrive within a certain period of time.
Expeditor, which uses GPS data to track delivery vans, then compares that information with a customer's online order to automatically alert the customer via audio message, SMS, email or instant messaging when the van is within a certain radius of the customer's location - and therefore likely to deliver the goods soon.
Chain Lightning, which uses CEA capabilities to detect a new order and instantly notify the production manager using whichever communications channel will reach him fastest. With the click of a button, the manager is then able to locate and conference with the supplier needed to fill that order; production schedules can be negotiated and adjusted on the spot, eliminating the human latency that often plagues time-sensitive supply chains.
Condor, an event monitoring solution that triggers off a predefined set of events when a key business system crosses a certain threshold. For example, if a particular share fell in value by more than 10 percent in a day, the Condor would send an instant message or audio message to a portfolio manager, who could use click-to-call capabilities to be instantly connected to their financial advisor; the two could review the portfolio together and decide on a course of action much faster than would otherwise be possible.
At the core of these and other CEA solutions is Nortel's Agile Communication Environment (ACE), a cross-platform toolkit that helps programmers become communications experts instantly. Using ACE 'widgets', unified communications capabilities can be easily installed to applications, web-services, social networking communities and devices that an employee's everyday work relies upon - whether a knowledge worker, on the factory floor, working in the field and everything in between - and regardless of the underlying vendors, technologies and applications used to create their personal work environment.
As these services are delivered by the telecommunications service providers themselves, the 'widgets' can rely upon the same business information, and directory information that is already available. In other words, if you're trying to reach someone that the carrier service knows is currently talking on their mobile phone, this will be reflected in the current status information - not only via instant messenger, but also on Facebook or through any other internal or Web 2.0 application.
The way to Hyperconnectivity
Nortel's CEA solutions enables carriers to build services that interact with people, vehicles, machines, or any other device - providing a key enabler for Hyperconnectivity, the new era of communication in which anything that can be connected to a network, is connected.
Communications-enabled applications have been invaluable in enabling a fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) solution that Nortel is already implementing as a proof-of-concept for financial services providers including HSBC, one of the world's largest banking and financial services organizations [which handed over the management of its trademark portfolio to DLA Piper the day after Mrs. Clegg was parachuted into the law firm by Crown Agents] By utilizing Nortel's CEA solutions, HSBC 's network tracks an employee's location and status as they move into and out of the office, real-time availability status is shared with callers, and incoming calls are routed over fixed or mobile networks as appropriate.
Using HSBC's existing investments in desktop, telephony and video communications, Nortel's ACE has helped the company enable significant workforce changes that will eventually reach over 50,000 employees - including hot desking, home working, and seamless accessibility to company resources while travelling. HSBC selected Nortel for the maturity of its unified communications products, its cross-platform desktop, voice and video integration, and ability to introduce unified communications capabilities into a range of existing HSBC application systems.
"Orientating voice, video and text communications around the user - and not as it was, with the user around the technology - is key to operating as one HSBC and increasing our competitive advantage on a transnational scale," said Tim Cureton, group head of telecommunications, HSBC.
Delivering these benefits requires seamless links between corporate applications - which request access to a person or device - and carriers' unified communications infrastructure, which completes the actual connection [and allegedly allowed the recording of digital images of a red-bag snuff film for use in the intimidation of Gareth colleagues at GCHQ and Fort Meade]. ACE delivers this connectivity by building on Nortel's decades of experience with carrier networks, as well as the expertise of partners such as Tango Networks - whose mobile extension solutions helps ensure calls and other unified communications sessions are handled by the network appropriately at every step from originator to receiver. [Nortel Lone Worker/JABS patents now in custody of Al Gore director of Apple].”
In spite of the FBI’s failure to respond to recent death threats, Presidential Field McConnell will continue to investigate Mrs. Clegg’s clients and the Nortel JABS users whose signatures she appears to have helped remove from the red-bag crime scene.