As primary and secondary schools, as well as higher education institutions increasingly adopt new digital learning techniques, investment in education technology will continue to surge, with the market expected to reach $40.9B by 2022. In support of these investments, seven primary, secondary and higher education institutions worldwide have recently chosen Extreme Networks to provide wired and wireless, switching and routing, network management, analytics and security solutions to connect their classrooms and enable their digital learning environments.
Commercial rollouts of 5G and larger than previously forecasted deployments of cellular IoT are focal points in the latest edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report.
Digital and physical environments to be interwoven, with intent-based networking at new Waterside campus.
While offering free Wifi in-store can offer additional conversion opportunities to retailers, failing to deliver a friction-free service could, in fact, result in poor customer experience and lost sales opportunities, the latest research from Vodat, a leading communications provider, warns.
Industrial applications of 5G jointly being explored and developed by Ericsson and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology - first 5G use case for making jet engine components now being tested for MTU Aero Engines.
NetMotion Software has shared details on how Leicestershire Police is using their software to achieve greater operational efficiency and better service to the public.
Aruba has advanced its Mobile First Architecture with the introduction of new innovations in AI-powered analytics and assurance to enable autonomous networking, as well as partnerships to deliver smarter workplace experiences.
Tech Data has form a pan-European agreement with iPass Inc. (Nasdaq: IPAS), a leading provider of global mobile connectivity, to distribute its intelligent connection management and Wi-Fi service offerings.
Arguably one of the biggest challenges facing UK businesses in the coming year is the continued confusion regarding
access to Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) that is essential to support the deployment of IoT at scale.
At a time when organisations are being actively encouraged by the government to invest in innovation to drive up productivity, the continued prioritisation of broadband as a digital economy enabler is short-sighted. IoT is a technology that is set to deliver far more value than many of the high bandwidth applications can – and the lack of availability is a concern. All is not lost however. LPWAN roll out is a constantly changing situation, with both network standards and network deployments, licensed and unlicensed, still evolving. It is also a buyer’s market: there are a number of propositions ready that will enable organisations to leverage IoT and gain a competitive advantage. As such, Nick Sacke, Head of IoT and Products, Comms365 explains why it is the independent providers, able to provide access to a blended network model, who will enable not only IoT at scale today, but also provide a long term solution that will drive new levels of efficiency and customer service.
Cisco solutions provide the visibility and insight that allow customers to quickly isolate and resolve issues in the WAN.
Cradlepoint has introdued a solution package for its NetCloud service that includes the new IBR1700 mobile router.
The vision for future wireless network architectures is built on centralized
baseband processing and virtualized network functions for more efficient and flexible operation. CommScope
is making that future vision a reality for in-building wireless by introducing a next generation platform, CommScope Era™.
Virtual Network Assistant uses Natural Language Processing that allows easy interaction with Mist’s learning WLAN; AI-driven operations simplify wireless troubleshooting and provide unprecedented insight for helpdesk.
When selecting a network and Wi-Fi security solution for its new flagship London restaurant that recently opened its doors in the City’s Bloomberg Arcade, Homeslice Pizza chose an integrated solution from WatchGuard Technologies.
All-inclusive, subscription-based model simplifies customer’s buying journey, accelerates time-to-value and ensures customer success; wireless branch solution is the first new offering.
The ever-increasing number of consumers using mobile devices while shopping in-stores has challenged brick-and-mortar retailers to integrate mobile touchpoints along the journey to purchase.
Mobile workers connect to eight public hotspots every week on average; one in five connects to more than 20.
Product Marketing Manager at OneAccess, Thierry Masson explores the intersection between virtualization, 5G and satellite communications, highlighting how a recent technology breakthrough will deliver additional value for satcom providers, CSPs and end-users alike.
Aruba and Cambridge University to present best practice ‘Connected Cambridge Network’ public Wi-Fi case study at this year’s Wi-Fi Now Europe conference.
Scientists have taken an important step towards using ‘twisted’ light as a form of wireless, high-capacity data transmission which could make fibre-optics obsolete.