New options to enable remote access in the network

| April 25, 2019

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We're witnessing a transition toward software-based networking across almost every aspect of IT. Without repeating any holy grail marketing statements about software-defined WAN, we do have to discuss the future of VPN services and how software is driving change both now and in the future.

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When one thinks of 5G, they think of cellphones and how communication will improve with faster internet. It will do so for sure, but that’s a very limited way of thinking about this great technological feat. What 5G will inexplicably revolutionize is the way we interact with machines and how integrated they become with our lives. Combined with AI, and smart devices we’re looking at a whole new way of life. So, let us look at what it all means for the future. Before we move further, we must look at what 5G is and how it is different from 4G. First off, this new technology comes with OFDM encoding which is part of an air interface design especially modeled to be flexible such that it meets the needs of other tech pieces with different bandwidths as well as scale for future applications. Compared to 4G, it will be able to operate on larger channels and that too, with lower latency. This means more people can work online at the same time easily with low lag times.

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Article | March 2, 2020

According to the GSMA 2020 report, 600 million people do not have mobile network coverage and 3.4 billion people do not have mobile Internet access. Most of these areas are remote, difficult to obtain site transmission and power, and high infrastructure costs. As a result, the return of investment (ROI) of traditional solutions is usually as high as 8 to 10 years. Operators are not willing to deploy networks.

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5G’s promise: A new heartbeat for healthcare

Article | March 2, 2020

Picture this: An ambulance rushes a seriously injured patient to the hospital. In the back, the paramedic makes a video call with doctors while sending them real-time vital signs and images of the injury. It doesn’t look good. The paramedic pulls out what looks like an oversized ski glove connected to wires and grabs an ultrasound wand that a sonographer in an office somewhere virtually steers over the patient’s injury. The sonographer then reviews the images for signs of trouble.

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Article | March 2, 2020

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MOBI provides software and services to help companies manage mobility. MOBI’s cloud-based software centralizes the management of mobile devices by integrating with wireless carriers, MDMs, corporate IT systems, and more. MOBI’s services help organizations plan for, save on, deploy, support, and decommission all mobile devices.

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