New SensLynx solutions include LTE primary connectivity, continuity failover and SD-WAN technology

A dependable internet connection is virtually every industry’s sustenance and without it, business dies. Yet many don’t realise how frequently the worst occurs, or how dramatically it could impact their livelihood. According to industry research, network downtime can cost small and midsize businesses (SMBs) anywhere from US$5,600 (€4910) per minute, to between $8,600 (€7540) and $74,000 (€64886) […]

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5G ‘Mega Elephant Flows’ will pummel mobile networks, says Seattle-based wireless specialist

Opanga Networks is extending its partnerships with major mobile network providers worldwide to enable 5G services as bandwidth demand continues to double year-over-year. While 5G will empower OTT companies to deploy augmented/virtual reality, infotainment, and connected cars, these applications will generate what the company calls Mega Elephant Flows and drastically increase the need for RAN densification […]

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Logistics industry resilient in the face of Brexit uncertainty, says UK FTA report

Resilience dominates business thinking and planning where trade and the movement of goods are concerned, according to a new report published. The Logistics Update, launched by the UK’s Freight Transport Association (FTA) in partnership with Santander, polled the opinions of more than 370 freight and logistics businesses operating in the UK and internationally, to provide […]

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Cars are the next battleground for entertainment and communications

As the automotive and entertainment worlds continue to converge, with next generation driving technology firmly at the wheel, Mike Fisher, associate director, Futuresource Consulting, explains there is no doubt that the car is the next entertainment and communications battleground. As autonomous driving technologies start to become commoditised, the consumer electronics industry is stepping in. It’s […]

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