Charter Considers Fixed Wireless for Business Services

17 Feb, 2017

News this week included Charter's fixed wireless plans, big changes in tech trends, risks in connected cars, Bluetooth popularity, and Verizon's purchase of Skyward.

Instart Logic Drives CDN Pricing as Low as One Cent per GB

17 Feb, 2017

As mobile computing devices become the dominant means through which end users interact with web content, many organizations are more dependent than ever on content delivery networks (CDNs).

AT&T Goes Gigabit in Five More Metros, Open-Sources ECOMP

13 Feb, 2017

Key elements to upgrading AT&T's huge network to gigabit status will be software-defined networks and network functions virtualization (SDN and NFV), and ECOMP.

CableLabs Toys with Coherent Optics

10 Feb, 2017

News this week included coherent optics, IoT Security Group, virtualized networks and 5G tests.

Apple’s Class-Action Lawsuit: Never Intentionally Break Your Product

10 Feb, 2017

When a company intentionally harms a customer to force that customer to give it money, it not only is likely actionable, but it breaches trust. People do not want to do business with firms that do them harm and they tend to have a really long memory with regard to this kind of behavior.

New York Attorney General Sues Charter, TWC

03 Feb, 2017

News this week included a lawsuit against Charter, ambiguity on net neutrality, bad news for the tablet market, and privacy rules.

Aerohive Aims to Address Bifurcated Mobile Computing Market

03 Feb, 2017

Aerohive has set up Aerohive Connect as a lower-end complement to an Aerohive Select service that provides IT with more granular control over the wireless network via a management platform hosted in the cloud.

Four Signs that Samsung Is Planning a Smartphone OS Push

02 Feb, 2017

Years after the industry resigned itself to two strong players and a bunch of wannabees in smartphone OSes, the third player may be arriving.

Telepresence and UC Evolve and Confuse

01 Feb, 2017

Unified communications has always been a hard category to clearly define. The definitions are certainly growing no easier to construct. The technology, however, is getting better all the time.

In the Consumer/Enterprise Technology Divide, Consumers Are Winning

30 Jan, 2017

It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the same technologies and applications that inhabit our personal lives should infiltrate our workdays as well.

AT&T: Virtualization Ahead of Schedule

27 Jan, 2017

News this week included AT&T's network virtualization, a quantum 2000Q, SIPconnect updates, Comcast cellular plans, and a fix for WebEx.

McKinsey: Half of World’s Jobs Could Be Automated by 2055

20 Jan, 2017

News this week included big job automation numbers, huge numbers for 5G, Google's malware chase, and cellular speed checks at the airport.

Biometrics: Valuable, But No Panacea

19 Jan, 2017

Biometrics are used to enable electronic devices to be used, to grant and deny access to physical locations, and for non-security purposes.

Antenna Technology Continues Fast Evolution

18 Jan, 2017

Antennas, historically, have been passive, but no longer. Antennas will play a huge role in the growth of the IoT as market growth demands more antennas in smaller spaces, at lower costs, and with increased performance.

MulteFire Releases Version 1 of Its Specification

17 Jan, 2017

MulteFire Release 1.0 enables LTE to operate in unlicensed, shared spectrum.

Licensed and Unlicensed Spectrum Close in on a Marriage of Convenience

12 Jan, 2017

Mobile carriers, the main users of licensed spectrum, are looking with covetous eyes at less expensive unlicensed spectrum. In addition to being free, it can help solve the spectrum shortage that has grown as wireless has exploded.

The Intel Compute Card: Modular Computers Are Reborn

12 Jan, 2017

It is interesting to see the PC industry evolve. In this case, from large dedicated PCs to small card-like devices that can be built into a variety of increasingly connected devices in all shapes, sizes and colors.

LiDAR, an Autonomous Vehicle Enabler, Evolves

11 Jan, 2017

Several vendors, including Waymo and Continental Automotive, are pushing the use of LiDAR in self-driving vehicles forward.

At CES 2017: ODG and Qualcomm Just Made AR/VR Glasses Viable

06 Jan, 2017

These glasses from ODG set a new bar for AR/VR solutions because they don’t force a choice between AR and VR. They do both, they don’t look embarrassingly bad, they can either stand alone or connect to a smartphone, and they are relatively affordable.

AT&T: Meeting Its Software-Enablement Goal a Virtual Certainty

06 Jan, 2017

News this week included AT&T's software-enabled network progress, a reward for IoT security, and HDMI 2.1 at CES.

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