Monitor Global Performance of Microsoft Dynamics CRM

| December 12, 2016

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This morning Mohit Lad, CEO of ThousandEyes, will be on stage with Scott Thompson, General Manager, Service Engineering at Microsoft, at the Microsoft Convergence event to announce a new collaboration that provides Dynamics CRM Online customers with a transparent view of network performance all the way from their location to the service.

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IDC Frontier Inc

IDC Frontier Inc. is a company of Yahoo! JAPAN group that provides data center and cloud services. [Mission] IDC Frontier, offers information technology infrastructure to support the development and activation of the Japanese business scene. Operating in many years of the country nine cultivated highly reliable data center experience, SaaS / PaaS / IaaS efforts in the development and provision of high-value-added services that are representative, interest of business users of cloud computing and open platform we will promote the use.

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The next steps for 3GPP, release 16 and 17, will introduce additional features to further enhance the support for new use cases related to smart manufacturing, connected vehicles, electrical power distribution and more, such as drones which are controlled by the network. All of these potentially critical use cases require ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) which means high reliability and availability, as well as very low end-to-end latency in the range of a few milliseconds. The 5G system is designed with this in mind, and the continued evolution of 5G New Radio (NR) will continue to optimize mobility performance further. A critical part of this is to reduce the handover interruption time between cells in the 5G network.

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Article | March 31, 2020

Technology is constantly evolving, and one of the most visible signs of this in 2020 is the advent of widespread 5G mobile networks. These networks provide higher speeds and support for more devices, making it possible for enterprises to deploy Internet of Things (IoT) devices in environments where it would previously have been impossible. However, with 5G comes security concerns. As business traffic moves onto mobile networks, organizations lose visibility and security. A software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solution provides an organization with the ability to secure these new devices without sacrificing network performance.

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Everyone understands the need to track and trace and tracking was one of the first apps that kick-started the M2M industry at scale about two decades ago. It now encompasses everything from routine shipments to monitoring of high value equipment and has even further proved its worth in the pandemic, enabling tracking of essential shipments and cold chain logistics for vaccines. With narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) now rolling out across the world, the technology is powering tracking applications for the mass-market, bringing new capabilities and functions to tracking and opening up new markets and use cases. Four essential attributes of NB-IoT, in addition to the fundamental ability of throughput, were discussed in a recent Quectel webinar

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How a 5G coronavirus conspiracy spread across Europe

Article | April 16, 2020

At about 9.30pm on Easter Monday, in the small Dutch town of Almere near Amsterdam, the fire brigade was called to put out a blaze at a large telecoms mast—the second fire of its kind that night in the area. Though neither of the Almere towers were equipped with any of the latest 5G telecoms equipment—in fact one was designed only for use by the emergency services—authorities soon concluded that the fires were perpetrated by vandals acting in the name of an unusual theory: that 5G networks have contributed to the coronavirus pandemic.

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