Wi-Fi anxiety

Mobile workers connect to eight public hotspots every week on average; one in five connects to more than 20.


Keeping satellite in the 5G game

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.





Valec taps into the power of satellite communications

Valec is an organisation which builds, maintains and operates Brazilian railways. The public company manages three railways: the North-South Railway, the West-East Integration Railway and the Centre-West Integration Railway. The organisation plays a major role in developing infrastructure across a very large territory in order to support the Brazillian economy.


Beta appointed NETGEAR distributor

NETGEAR has appointed Beta Distribution as an authorised distributor. NETGEAR® products are built on a variety of proven technologies such as wireless (WiFi and LTE), Ethernet and powerline, with a focus on reliability and ease-of-use for the consumer, business and service provider.







Transporting St.Pancras Station to a wireless future

WIFI Metropolis has installed a Xirrus Wi-Fi network throughout St. Pancras International Station. Famous for being the home of the UK’s first high speed rail link and the country’s main Eurostar hub, St. Pancras has a rich history and originally opened its doors in 1868 at the height of the steam age and glamorous rail travel.





Making networking a 'Doddle'

Cradlepoint has re-engineered the enterprise network model for click & collect company Doddle, as it prepares for expansion.  The re-engineered network model has reduced Doddle’s business CapEx and technology OpEx by nearly 50 per cent, by enabling greater flexibility for deployment and maintenance.



Aberdeenshire Council readies students for the digital frontier

Aberdeenshire Council has selected Aerohive Networks to deliver a wireless system across the council’s entire school estate, its libraries and corporate buildings. The council identified the need for a “fit for purpose” wireless environment to support an increasing move towards digital learning within schools across Aberdeenshire. The solution was also seen as a key enabler for the council’s new Digital Strategy, Innovate Aberdeenshire.








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