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|T-Mobile's $8 Billion Plan to Deliver 'Truly' Nationwide 5G Coverage from Coast-to-Coast|
T-Mobile spent $8 billion on low-band 600 MHz spectrum and will use a portion of it for nationwide 5G coverage across the U.S. "5G will be amazing, and we can't even imagine all the cool stuff it will bring, just like with our earlier network innovations," said John Legere, President and CEO of T-Mobile.
Beyond just speed, 5G aims to reduce latency, improve battery life, and increase the number of simultaneous connections which can be supported. This will help with deploying a range of new solutions.
|Mencom Offers Industrial Networking Solutions for "Smart Factories"|
In order to minimize unexpected downtimes and provide reliable Industry 4.0 connections, Mencom now offers a wide range of industrial Ethernet switches such as Managed Switches, Unmanaged Switches, Gigabit Switches, Harsh Environment Switches, and EN50155 Certified Switches.
They also offer Secure Routers, Media converters, Serial Device Servers, Modbus Gateways and Power supplies.
|Could Network Connectivity by Drones Become a Billion Dollar Business?|
AT&T has been testing how its network could support drones. The company is attaching smartphones to drones across the U.S. and measuring how the devices interact with the network on the ground and at various heights in the air.
It's an industry which is expected to boom as the Federal Aviation Administration estimates 1.6 million drones might be in the skies by 2021 in the U.S. alone. "Drone delivery may sound far-fetched, but it is real," said Matt Walsh, Director of Product Marketing Management of Internet of Things Solutions group at AT&T. "By 2025, network connectivity for drones has been estimated by some to become a billion-dollar business."
|Laird's New Gateway Enables Versatile Private IoT Network Deployment|
Global technology leader Laird has released its new Enterprise Internet of Things (EIoT) Low-Power, Long-Range LoRa gateway, which enables enterprise customers to deploy EIoT networks in practically any geographic location, even where traditional communications infrastructure is unavailable.
The Sentrius™ RG1xx LoRa-Enabled Gateway from Laird is the ultimate in secure, scalable, robust LoRa solutions for end-to-end control of your private LoRaWAN network.
|3 Trends Defining German Telecommunications Market|
KEYMILE is a leading manufacturer of data transmission systems. The product portfolio includes flexible and robust multi-service access platforms, as well as stand-alone transmission solutions.
In KEYMILE's view, three trends will dominate in 2017 and affect developments in the German telecommunications market.
|5 Things You Need to Know to Successfully Market An App|
The founder and CEO of Appetizer Mobile, a leading mobile application development agency in New York City, Jordan Edelson, knows what it takes to not only develop a great app, but also market it in a way that both attracts, and more importantly maintains, interest from consumers.
With more than 800,000 apps in the world, Jordan offers tips that businesses and individuals can use in a cluttered digital world to stand out from the crowd.
|5 Trends for Better Business Communication in 2017|
A secure and efficient flow of information between companies, partners and customers contributes significantly to success in business. Global information logistics expert Retarus has identified five business communication trends, which companies will need to keep an eye on in 2017.
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|CALLUP Launches New Version of Wi-Fi Calling Solution|
CALLUP, a provider of Value Added Services (VAS) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions for the telecom industry, recently launched a new version of its Wi-Fi calling system at the Mobile World Congress. The new version enhances user's ability to use a Wi-Fi hotspot not only to make calls in buildings, but also while roaming.
CALLUP Wi-Fi Calling benefits both carriers and subscribers: In areas with no cellular coverage, carriers now have a seamless solution rather than installing expensive Femtocells, supporting customers' needs in both voice and data, and customers enjoy first class service. Roamers enjoy low cost or free calls, using seamlessly available Wi-Fi networks.