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  • What Businesses Should Consider When Implementing IoT Technology in the Future
    Constant technological advancements have prompted businesses to continuously pursue methods to enhance their operations and increase their efficiency. It has become a never-ending process to optimize businesses. By adopting and implementing new technologies, I strive to contribute value to our customers’ businesses as an IT professional of more than a decade’s standing.
  • Insights from our Bay Area Mesh: Connecting Communities Through a Mesh Network Event
    In times of crisis, reliable communication is vital for emergency response and ensuring the safety of our communities. While traditional ham radios have long been a dependable method for emergency communication, there is a growing need to re-evaluate our approach. As technology advances and communication methods evolve, it is crucial to address the challenges faced … Read more
  • Exploring the Future of Smart Cities: Insights from Smart Cities Connect Conference
    MAY 16-18, 2023 | DENVER, CO The Smart Cities Connect conference in Denver recently brought together industry leaders, innovators, and experts from various fields to discuss the latest advancements and challenges in smart cities. The event spanned two days, with each day offering unique insights and thought-provoking discussions. Day 1 of the conference unveiled groundbreaking innovations … Read more
  • Honeywell unveils VersaWave: Small Satcom System with 5G for Advanced Air Mobility Market.
    Honeywell, a multinational technology company, has introduced VersaWave, a new compact satcom system that utilizes 5G technology to provide beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) communication for the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) industries. The system integrates satcom, cellular (5G, 4G, 3G), Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth into a compact and lightweight package. The VersaWave system provides … Read more
  • The deadline for the critical 5G airplane retrofit will not be extended
    In a recent announcement, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made clear that the Biden administration has no intention of prolonging the July 1 deadline for airlines to upgrade their aircraft altimeters. These altimeters are critical for safe landings during adverse weather conditions, and potential interference from 5G wireless technology has prompted concerns. Secretary Buttigieg directly notified … Read more
  • Meta alters the playing field for indoor cellular
    Three years ago, the social networking giant Meta began searching for a method to guarantee that its employees’ cellphones would continue to ring even when they were deep within the company’s corporate offices, potentially beyond the range of outdoor wireless networks. The solution involved a newly released spectrum band, a partnership between bitter competitors, and … Read more
  • Sensora is Revolutionizing Remote Care with IoT Sensor Technology
    Sensora, is a groundbreaking solution that creates a comprehensive remote care ecosystem through the power of IoT sensors. By leveraging sensor-based technology, Sensora offers a seamless way to map out a resident’s living space, remotely monitor their activities, and consolidate vital data for both formal and informal caregivers – without intrusive cameras. Jordan Caspersz, the … Read more
  • Hannover Messe 2023: Combining Private 5G and Wi-Fi 6 to Drive Industry 4.0
    Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s data head asserts that viewing networks as complementary, as opposed to distinct, will be essential for promoting digital transformation.
  • Somfy North America Announces Zigbee 3.0 Product Ecosystem Integration Capabilities
  • Vodafone Germany operates 37,000 5G antennas currently.
    Since the beginning of the year, Vodafone has installed 119 new LTE stations and 26 5G stations across the nation.Vodafone Germany has already equipped 37,000 antennas with 5G technology, according to a press release from the German carrier.
  • KORE Will Acquire Twilio’s IoT Business Unit and Accelerate Development of the World’s First ‘IoT Hyperscaler’
    ORE Group Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:KORE, KORE WS), a global leader in Internet of Things (“IoT”) Solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (“IoT CaaS”), announced today the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Twilio’s IoT business unit as part of a growth strategy to provide customers with a unified, seamless approach to launching IoT solutions as … Read more
  • Congress may sacrifice national security for 5G — there is a superior alternative
    Will Congress compromise the nation’s security? It nearly occurred in December, and the threat persists. At issue is wireless spectrum — radio frequencies that are the sustenance of modern communication and which the Department of Defense (DOD) requires for a variety of cutting-edge safety technologies. Some members of Congress wish to compel the Pentagon to … Read more
  • Telecom operators and hyperscalers compete for 5G potential in the private sector
    Telecom operators and hyperscalers continue to quantify the level of exposure and risk they are willing to assume in order to operate and presumably profit from next-generation networks. This has resulted in the establishment of dividing lines between their respective operating parcels. However, work in this area with services such as private 5G networks demonstrates … Read more
  • In the transition to sustainable 5G, operators must prioritize QoE
    Conventional network KPIs must be revised as 5G sustainability becomes a primary priority. From the inception of cellular networks to the current day, the majority of operators have concentrated investment and analysis on network key performance indicators (KPIs) that reflect the capacity to sustain peak demand. This, however, is a misconception; whether a user is … Read more
  • Why the Space Industry Needs New Anti-Debris Rules from the FCC
    In September, the Federal Communications Commission passed a new regulation mandating that all decommissioned Low-Earth-Orbit (LEO) satellites must be deorbited within five years. Previous to this new regulation, deorbiting inactive satellites might take up to 25 years. Due to the upcoming deployment of multiple satellite networks, which might exponentially increase the risk of collisions if … Read more
  • The most significant 5G Cybersecurity threats and how to mitigate them
    The introduction of 5G networks will enable more advanced kinds of data transfer that have never been conceivable previously, transforming the way we communicate both personally and professionally. All industries will benefit from the faster data speeds that 5G technology will offer, but industries that rely on field employees executing remote activities for extended periods … Read more
  • Stop Creating Networks: Networking-as-a-Service Is Here
    Networking-as-a-Service is the inevitable consequence of shifting to the cloud and is a perfect fit for the current economy of everything-as-a-service.
  • A new wireless algorithm helps drones stay focused on tasks
    A new ability to maintain updated data could aid robots in conducting inspections of structures or searching for survivors in disaster-stricken areas. WiFi is a low-cost and dependable option for deploying time-sensitive applications, such as search and rescue missions, smart factories, and smart city intersections, which increasingly rely on collaborative multi-agent systems. Traditional communication networks … Read more
  • UK’s Ofcom expects mmWave spectrum consultation comments by May 22
    Ofcom, the United Kingdom’s telecom regulator, has stated that it will make available millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum in the 26 GHz and 40 GHz bands for new mobile technologies, such as 5G services.
  • IoT Chips Market Size will increase from $46.10 billion in 2021 to $126.30 billion in 2029, at a CAGR of 15.50%.
    The phrase “Internet of Things chip” is abbreviated as “IoT Chip.” It is a specific type of microchip that can connect various devices to the internet. These devices may include smart televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners, cars, and even pacemakers. Thanks to IoT chips, these devices can communicate with the internet and with one another more … Read more
  • US and Ukraine will work together on telecommunications challenges.
    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission and Ukraine’s telecom regulator announced the signing of a new memorandum of understanding to collaborate on telecommunications infrastructure resilience, 5G, and other associated security problems.
  • Capgemini is adding a new 5G Solutions Center in San Francisco
    Capgemini announced the establishment of a ‘5G Solutions Center’ in North America, aimed at assisting organizations in innovating with 5G and Edge technologies. This center is located within Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE) in San Francisco, providing a platform for developing innovative use cases for 5G-based solutions through focused workshops with clients and partners, enabling … Read more
  • MTA expands universal wifi access in NYC subways
    The network would be designed to serve more than 10 million users per day and will enable mobile network carriers to offer improved internet and voice service underground to their customers.
  • New EU project DETERMINISTIC6G to create crucial components of 6G networks of the next generation
    To tackle one of the major challenges of new 6G networks, which is the requirement for dependable end-to-end connections between users, digital representations, and processes in the cyber world, Ericsson, a world leader in mobile communication technologies, has collaborated with KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden and eight other partners.

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