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Brocade Strengthens Its NFV Play

16 Sep, 2014

Brocade's acquisition of Vistapointe puts it in a better position in regard to the SDN and NFV market.

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Carriers Are Embracing VoWiFi

15 Sep, 2014

Leading carriers are beginning to offer voice over Wi-Fi services, which may include HD voice and could lower the costs of calls.

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The Next Step: VoLTE Interoperability

12 Sep, 2014

News this week includes VoLTE interoperability, an acquisition by BlackBerry to bolster BYOD security and quantum dot liquid crystal displays.

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Growing Mobile Management Sector Tries to Keep Up with Demand

11 Sep, 2014

BYOD and the proliferation of device types are just two of the contributing factors to a greater need for enterprise mobile management solutions.

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On Phablets, Apple Plays Follow the Leaders

10 Sep, 2014

Apple will be a major driver of the trend. In this case, however, it is a follower and not a leader.

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Small Cells, Big Growth

09 Sep, 2014

Small cells, which can support cellular or Wi-Fi, sit between the end-user devices and the macro cells that have handled traffic to date.

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Voice Services Still Making Themselves Heard

08 Sep, 2014

In almost all respects, voice has become just another thing offered by cable, cellular and phone companies, but it's still making news.

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FCC’s Wheeler Wants More Competition, Faster Speeds

05 Sep, 2014

News this week included talk about speeds from FCC Chairman Wheeler, apps for safety, G.fast in the last mile and quantum computing.

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The Long-Running IPv6 Transition Show

04 Sep, 2014

IPv6 experts should redouble efforts to convince decision makers that though more IPv4 addresses have become available, the need to implement the new scheme continues to be important.

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What’s Hot: Hybrids, Phablets and Cheap Smartphones

03 Sep, 2014

At this point, the change in the segment will be at the expense of companies tied to tablets and higher-priced smartphones.

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Tablet’s Past May Be Better than Its Present

02 Sep, 2014

Recent reports show a sharp decline in sales across the tablet market, but analysts are unsure when it may level out.

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iPads Strong, but Not Invincible, in the Educational Sector

01 Sep, 2014

For a long time, Apple’s iPad was the undisputed leader in the educational device sector, but that standing now is under pressure.

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Smartphone Shipments Spike

29 Aug, 2014

This week in tech news, Amazon announces acquisition of Twitch, smartphone shipments increase, largest broadband trial ever is announced.

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More Mobile Apps, But Comparatively Few Users

28 Aug, 2014

Mobile app usage is up 12 percent over last year, but all of that usage is concentrated in about 35 percent of the populace.

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Gigabit Networks Becoming Commonplace in Metropolitan Areas

27 Aug, 2014

A majority of U.S. cities that have gigabit networks have more than one provider, and municipalities that work with providers are more likely to get fast networks.

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No Network Left Behind: CAPEX on Wireline Infrastructure Accelerates

26 Aug, 2014

The wireline market, which is valued at $19.1 billion this year, will reach $35 billion in 2020. That’s a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of almost 10.4 percent.

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Security and Privacy Issues Surround Wearables

25 Aug, 2014

A recent survey shines light on the topic of privacy and security with wearable computing devices.

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BYOD Proponents Get Bad News in California

22 Aug, 2014

News this week included a blow to BYOD in California, a new band for LTE, gigabit network expansion, and a supposedly new approach to security.

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Telemedicine’s Promise and Challenges

20 Aug, 2014

Legal and procedural questions about telemedicine are piling up, but growth is skyrocketing.

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Does the U.S. Have a Broadband Problem?

19 Aug, 2014

The speed of U.S. broadband networks is a hindrance, but is showing signs of improving. However, broadband providers need to do a lot of work to meet consumer needs.

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