Data and Telecom

Companies’ communications strategies must be agile in a rapidly evolving market

3D Printing Disruptive, Even Beyond the Cool Capabilities

27 Nov, 2015

IT, telecommunications and other support elements of each organization need to start getting ready for profound changes that will come with 3D printing. ...More >

Expanding Internet Access with Drones and Balloons

25 Nov, 2015

Facebook, Google and others are getting creative with approaches to expanded Internet access in underserved and unserved areas of the world. ...More >

VoLTE Has Come a Long Way in a Short Time

24 Nov, 2015

Voice over LTE has come a long way in a couple of years. It now is at the center of operators’ infrastructure – and their plans. ...More >

Early Indicators Positive for Corporate Use of Windows 10

23 Nov, 2015

Microsoft understands that the success or failure of the new OS will, to a great extent, rest on how it does in the enterprise. ...More >

Even Telephone Poles Are Getting Smarter

20 Nov, 2015

News this week included smart lightpoles, 5G, bad news for municipal broadband, the scary side of the IoT, and licensed and unlicensed spectrum issues. ...More >

Cable Operators Gingerly Move into CCAP Deployment Phase

19 Nov, 2015

One of the things of which cable operators are most proud is that they shrewdly rolled out Internet access, telephony and other services as they became available and made business sense. A downside of that incremental process, however, is that things develop in silos. ...More >

Robots Gaining Acceptance at Home and Work

17 Nov, 2015

Something funny is happening in the robotic world: Robots are being accepted. ...More >

Research Accelerates on Fast Battery Charging

16 Nov, 2015

One of the most annoying aspects of mobile life is getting new options. ...More >

VMware Survey: Mobilization a Hit

13 Nov, 2015

News this week included returns on investment in mobilization, securing the Internet of Things, Thread Group certification work, and Hedy Lamarr's tech connection. ...More >

Shocking! CableLabs, Qualcomm Continue to Bicker About LTE-U

12 Nov, 2015

Cellular providers use spectrum that is licensed to them by the government, while Wi-Fi operators use free spectrum. The continuing acceleration of demand has pushed the cellular providers to covet that free spectrum. In addition to providing them with more capacity, the price – nothing – is enticing. ...More >

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