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Hardware

Key takeaways from Bosch Connected World 2016

October 6, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Bosch hosted its Bosch Connected World conference in Chicago last week where it showed off its position within the industrial “internet of things.” The event was highlighted by news that Bosch would team with GE to bring interoperability between the […]


Monitoring&Analysis

Top 20 IoT Enterprise Market Leaders In 2016

September 29, 2016

Via: CRN

The Internet of Things market landscape is finally taking shape, as revenue hit a record high of $6.7 billion for the top 20 benchmarked IoT companies in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to a recent report from market research […]


Monitoring&Analysis

The 10 Coolest Networking Startups Of 2016

July 7, 2016

Via: CRN

A slew of networking startups emerged from stealth mode this year with leaders hailing from Cisco Systems, Arista Networks, Acme Packet, Big Switch Networks, Texas Instruments and Juniper Networks. The majority of startups are striving to disrupt the networking industry […]


Editorial, Hardware, Software

What is the future shape of telecommunications? (2016 Telco trends)

May 23, 2016

Via: Andy Melman

While various industries reflect progress and change to certain degrees and with different speeds of pervasion, the telecommunications industry stands right in the middle of all the new tech disruptions. This environment is highly prone to innovations, and its specific […]


Monitoring&Analysis

Mobile messaging creates better customer-facing business opportunities in 2016

February 4, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Enterprise mobile technology has dramatically evolved in recent years, driven by the increasing number of millennials in the marketplace and the fact that most customers prefer messaging over voice for customer service communications. However, 2016 will prove the best is […]


Hardware, Software, Wireless

2016 Predictions: Preparing the way for 5G in 2016

January 19, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Imagine a future where nearly everything in the physical world is connected to ubiquitous, high-speed mobile networks. Think of cars that safely drive themselves, buildings that regulate their electrical and water systems automatically and doctors that monitor patients’ vital signs […]


Hardware, Wireless

2016 Predictions: 5G, Wi-Fi and IoT remain in the limelight

January 14, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

2015 was mixed in terms of how the telecom space evolved – consolidation and evolutionary growth in cellular; rapid expansion of Wi-Fi networks; and the continued promise of the “Internet of Things.” Here’s my look at key 2016 trends in […]


Wireless

2016 Predictions: Wi-Fi challenges and opportunities in 2016

January 13, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Carriers were feeling the heat in 2015 as new business models and new competition tried to eat their lunch with services based on Wi-Fi. Reeling from the sudden introduction of Wi-Fi calling, which overnight became a “must-have” solution, every operator […]


Hardware

2016 Predictions: Network densification, DAS needed to support market

January 11, 2016

Via: RCR Wireless News

Universal cellular coverage is now seen as a utility, with consumers expecting the full range of services to be available wherever they are. This demand has intensified with the popularity of LTE, which now has an excellent outdoor footprint across […]


Software

NFV and SDN PoCs continue in 2016, greater adoption in 2017

December 30, 2015

Via: RCR Wireless News

Network functions virtualization and software-defined networking platforms are expected to see continued proof-of-concept testing by telecom operators in 2016, with greater adoption not expected until at least 2017. According to a new study from Technology Business Research, some early adopter […]


Wireless

Wireless workforce: What will 2016 bring?

December 24, 2015

Via: RCR Wireless News

The wireless industry has been a driver of U.S. economic growth and a creator of jobs for years. What will 2016 bring? Carriers Sprint and Verizon Wireless are both cutting jobs and reorganizing. Sprint began to reduce headcount in mid-December […]