|Light Years Ahead? Optical Communications Channel Gives Glimpse Into Post Wi-Fi World|
California-based illumination technology company SureFire recently introduced its innovative new optical communications channel, ARON.
ARON, which stands for Augmented-Reality Optical Narrowcasting, operates without reliance on the internet or cellular networks, harnessing infrared light waves to create an independent, optical communications channel with remarkable power, flexibility and freedom.
"Free space optical communications is a new and unusual technology...people are beginning to grasp its potential to change the world of smartphones and mobile devices," said SureFire's Narkis Shatz, Ph.D.
|"Generation Zapped" -- Health Hazards from Wireless Technology|
A New documentary, "Generation Zapped," reveals the high cost of our addiction to cell phones, and other wireless devices that pose health risks, especially for children and teens, from exposure to wireless radiation.
"Like cigarettes and toxic chemicals before it, we're now finding out that some people suffer health impacts from radiation from wireless devices," said Director and Producer Sabine El Gemayel.
In "Generation Zapped," scientists, physicians and health researchers discuss the mounting scientific evidence regarding links to serious diseases such as breast and brain cancer, associations with increased infertility, genetic mutations related to autism and ADHD and newly developed illnesses, such as Electrical Hyper-sensitivity (EHS).
Watch the film trailer here
|Webinar to Introduce High-Density Tools to Test Network Performance|
GL Communications is hosting a webinar to introduce high-density test tools used to load and stress test network elements, verify performance, and identify critical limitations.
What you will learn:
- Introduction to various massive load and stress testing tools to verify stability of IP networks
- Verify the performance of high-density LTE and 3G UMTS networks
- Simulate high-volume SIP end points with RTP traffic, Voice, All Codecs, and Fax
- Capture, process, and analyze high volume calls over IP and Wireless networks
Who should attend:
- Network engineers involved in scaling infrastructure
- Network quality monitoring and operational teams
- Service providers responsible for delivering high quality voice, video, and data services
- Technicians monitoring real-time health of wired and wireless networks