HomeMobile

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLast week, BlackBerry unveiled its mobile-native approach to security with the launch of a platform designed for the industrial “internet of things.” The BlackBerry Secure platform is a product of …

READ MORE
Ericsson

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailArmada today announced a partnership with iPass, an out-of-home Wi-Fi provider. Armada produces a supply chain visibility platform, which will use iPass’s network and analytics to track the location data …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe internet of things is a complex technological movement made up of layers of software and hardware used to work together to collect, analyze and act on data. As complicated …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailQualcomm, Telstra, Ericsson and Netgear announce world’s first gigabit class LTE device and gigabit-ready network HONG KONG — At the 4G/5G Summit today, Qualcomm announced it has worked with Telstra, Ericsson …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailWhen Microsoft bought Nokia in 2014, it brought a dying captain onto a burning ship (or should we say, platform.) Nokia, once the leader in mobile phone sales, was on …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailStraight to mmWave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that mmWave (extremely high frequency), the frequencies in the spectrum between 30 Ghz and 300 Ghz, will define 5G …

READ MORE
verizon speedtest speed test

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAccording to a Speedtest Market Report, mobile internet has seen performance gains, improving by more than 30% since last year with an average download speed of 19.27 Mbps in the …

READ MORE
precision agriculture

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail“Connecting” rural farming to accommodate a booming global population Connected and precision agriculture, which heavily revolves around providing low-income rural farming areas with mobile networks for access to the internet, …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailSteps to becoming a telecommunications engineer With 5G standards in the works and an estimated 20.8 billion connected IoT devices in use by 2020, telecommunications engineers have never been needed …

READ MORE

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailBackground The telecommunications industry is the backbone of today’s mobile landscape, deploying voice, data, graphics and video at ever increasing speeds and in a growing number of ways. Wireline telephone communication …

READ MORE