Articles by tag: WiFi
Hydrogen-powered flights are gaining traction. But are they really the future of aviation?
Earlier in March, Universal Hydrogen successfully completed a 15-minute voyage of a hydrogen-powered flight. The Dash 8-300 aircraft, which typically carries about 50 passengers, had to be redesigned in order to hold the engine — and over 65 pounds worth of liquid hydrogen. Now that hydrogen-powered flights are gaining traction, could they be the […]
M&A Healthcare Advisors (MAHA) Exclusively Represents Hoover Pharmacy in their Sale to CVS
LOS ANGELES, March 28, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — M&A Healthcare Advisors (MAHA), a boutique merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory group, is proud to announce the sale of Hoover Pharmacy, a Specialty & Retail Pharmacy based in the San Francisco Bay area focused on serving Stanford Medical Campus patients. Hoover Pharmacy’s files were acquired by CVS and […]
Planning for International Interactive Mixed Reality Art
Interactive visual stories and art are becoming more and more common as AR storytelling begins to dominate the space. From museums to advertising campaigns, interactive art is reinventing the way stories have been traditionally told, making the world its canvas. As VR and AR tech becomes more accessible, artists find themselves intrigued with the new […]
Wavelengths: Has Federal Funding Solved Rural Broadband Connectivity Issues?
The availability of broadband in rural areas remains a big area of concern. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has seemingly addressed the issue by providing funding through RDOF, or the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund, but the initiative isn’t exactly foolproof. In this new episode of Wavelengths, an Amphenol Broadband podcast, host Daniel Litwin chatted with […]
The Marking Minute -Presco: Fiber-Build and FTTH Project Space
When the onset of the pandemic pushed everyone back into their homes, one of our greatest assets became having uninterrupted access to the internet. While fiber to the home initiatives (FTTH) were on the up and coming prior to COVID-19, the pandemic brought a slush of funding and attention to the industry. National Account […]
74% of Restaurant-Goers Want Free WiFi. Is it Worth the Cybersecurity Risks?
Commentary: You’ve likely placed an on-line food order in the past six months; many of us do it on a regular basis. We all took notice as restaurants all over the world were thrust into a shift towards a delivery- or pickup-only business model in order to survive during the pandemic, mostly with consumers […]
Can Amazon’s “Network of Networks” Find Permanent Footing in IoT?
“This is a bold move by Amazon to opt everyone in.” Amazon is launching Sidewalk, a new Bluetooth and radio frequency-enabled “network of networks” that essentially pulls disparate WiFi signals from compatible devices into a low-bandwidth smart network for IoT devices like smart lights, Ring cameras, and Tile devices. Its vision, it says, is to […]
T-Mobile Bets on New Remote Work Standard
Remote work has become the norm over the past year, but reopening is on the horizon. With workers flocking back to offices sooner rather than later, will remote work stick around, or was it mostly a passing trend? On this MarketScale Industry Update, host Hilary Kennedy tackled that loaded question. A recent study by […]
Belkin Works with the City of LA to Supply Essential Electronic Accessories to Alternative Learning Sites
Belkin, a global consumer electronics leader, announced this week its continued partnership with the City of LA to supply essential electronic accessories to 60 Alternative Learning Centers throughout the city to help enhance the learning experience of students during this time of emergency and need. As school shutdowns continue due to the pandemic, students, especially […]
How to Communicate IT’s Value to Education Stakeholders More Effectively
Successful campus CIOs don’t just find ways to create value for their college or university with the help of technology. They also communicate this value effectively across the institution. Communicating the value that IT brings to a college or university “goes a long way towards improving employee morale, building relationships with constituents, and reinforcing the […]
How Campus CIOs can Keep Up With Rising WiFi and Connectivity Demands
If colleges and universities want to achieve their strategic goals in the digital era, they need a reliable, high-speed network infrastructure. But with the demands on campus networks growing exponentially, how can higher-education CIOs stay ahead of these requirements and plan effectively for future needs? Students and faculty now expect seamless, ubiquitous WiFi access across […]
Exploring the Spectrum of Wireless Connectivity
The world is on the precipice of a new wave of wireless connectivity, awaiting the oncoming faster generation of instant connection that will make self-driving cars, remote surgery and VR a mainstream reality. But this leap in speed won’t be widespread to start, and it won’t happen overnight. So what is the architecture of […]