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Managing IT Lifecycles

August 3, 2018

Via: No Jitter

You have many devices in your networks. Some are designed for long-term use and others for short-term use. Some of your devices — such as embedded systems, medical devices, and IoT endpoints — rarely get software updates. Other devices and […]


Internet, Modern Media, Networks & Systems

SD-LAN adds flexibility to fiber deep architecture

July 18, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Local area networks (LANs) are key to the operation of business-critical in-building systems, including Wi-Fi, point of sale devices, IPTV, audio/visual tools, building management systems, access control, lighting, other IoT projects and more. Corning has a long history of delivering […]


Regulations

Wireless With One Eye Blind

July 18, 2018

Via: No Jitter

The whole idea of being “technical” is that we technologists are supposed to understand how things work. This type of expertise is important when businesses are examining the available options, to address a requirement and select (or, more often, recommend) […]


Local area networks and wide area networks, Modern Media, Networks & Systems

Test and Measurement: IoT, SDN drive new IPv6 testing at UNH-IOL

July 13, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

The move to Internet Protocol Version 6 addresses has been underway for a number of years, as the world exhausted the supply of IPv4 internet addresses. The momentum in software-defined networking and the internet of things is driving faster adoption […]


Internet, Modern Media, News

CRN Interview: Juniper Networks CMO On The ‘Huge Opportunity’ For Partners To Specialize In IoT

June 25, 2018

Via: CRN

For Mike Marcellin, CMO of Juniper Networks, it’s still early days when it comes to channel partners working in the Internet of Things space, but for those that break through and learn how to specialize and scale their practices, there […]


Networks & Systems

Sprint kicks tires on robot electric vehicle chargers in NYC

June 20, 2018

Via: Fierce Telecom News

Sprint has teamed up with Adaptive Motion Group to test self-driving robots that can charge up electric vehicles in New York City. The robots are solar powered and can move to where they are needed by using artificial intelligence, Sprint’s […]


Internet, Local area networks and wide area networks, Modern Media

Develop In-Building wireless architectures with iBwave Design Suite Release 10

June 18, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Traditionally, development kits and advanced toolsets allow designers to quickly and efficiently leverage new technologies. Integrating and aggregating In-Building wireless architectures is one of those areas where development expertise can help engineering teams rapidly and seamlessly adopt new technologies and […]


News

Qualcomm shepherds AI efforts into new research organization

May 24, 2018

Via: Fierce Telecom News

In an effort that puts all of its AI assets into one basket, Qualcomm Technologies Thursday announced the formation of a new research organization. The Qualcomm AI Research division is a cross-functional, cooperative effort that encompasses all of the AI […]


Internet, Modern Media

Industrial IoT and CBRS coalitions want compromise rules for 3.5 GHz band

May 11, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Non-carrier interests push FCC for parity in access to CBRS spectrum In the U.S. mobile operators aren’t the only businesses who can make beneficial use of spectrum. For operators tasked with delivering more and more capacity to keep up with […]


Networks & Systems

5 Major IoT Challenges Executives Are Grappling With

April 25, 2018

Via: CRN

Challenges Mean Opportunities For Solution Providers If there’s one thing that’s for sure, it’s that the Internet of Things is here to stay. With Microsoft recently committing $5 billion to invest in IoT initiatives and a McKinsey study from last […]