As carriers continue expanding and densifying their networks to meet the capacity and bandwidth requirements that never seems to slow down, the economically viable In-Building Wireless (IBW) solutions have become more critical than ever before – and it’s only a start. Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Single Carrier Small Cells, and Multi-Carrier Small Cells combined make up today’s in-building voice and data solutions.
Net Neutrality, the principle that says the Internet Service Providers should treat all content equally and not give preferences to select digital content providers, has been lost. In layman terms, Net Neutrality simply means the consumer can load every website, video, app, gif, or any content on the internet evenly, regardless of where it is hosted. For instance, an Internet Service Provider (ISP) may not charge additional dollars for sites that stream movies or promote a specific agenda. This is […]
A new wave on devices in healthcare is booming as the use of wireless local networks (WLANs) increases with its demands. Hospitals usually seek the most coverage for services as well as in-house mobile radios, paging systems and emergency frontlines. The seamless connectivity between all equipments and communication devices is a crucial component in the operation of the hospitals and medical centers.
Every business and industry that exists today relies heavily on consistent communications for its sales, operations, product/service delivery, after sales support functions. Hospitality services are no different and they too, rely on strong, stable and sound communications for cost-effective and efficient operations. Correction. For business continuity. With 83% of American adults using some form of cellular device for communication today, Mobile phones have become a near-ubiquitous tool to seek information and communicate through various mediums and applications.
Top four tech trends the world needs to be ready for. Let’s get onto it in a no-fluff way!
Is it really possible that a consumer router could deliver a promise of a business feature performance to an average business? Well, it’s absolutely fair to be skeptical on its security, connection, and coverage limitations.
Almost wholly encircled by technology, we would certainly be pleased with the improvement of how we live our lives these days. While we should be grateful for the convenience and comfort we get to enjoy through this mesh called internet, looking back at how far we’ve come, it may be hard to imagine ‘what more’. However, moving ahead, The Internet of things (IoT) is said to be the next big thing.
It is no news to any one of us how the Internet has changed how we work, play, and communicate with our friends, family, colleagues, and even strangers. Businesses have new avenues to expand their horizons, institutions have found more effective ways to function, they’re becoming more productive, and in general, many industries have transformed as a result – including healthcare, education, real estate, finance, and more.
To say that ‘the future of entertainment is mobile’ is not an overstatement and presumably would come as no surprise to the most of us. According to the research report by iGR, six out of ten Americans watch videos on their mobile devices every day, and say that they stream videos at least once per day. With this, the pressure on mobile networks for more capacity and better reliability is growing by the day.