How To Choose The Right Connectivity Technology For IOT

Internet of Things experts usually claim that all devices that can be connected will one day be connected. Industry analysts estimate that in only three years there will be 50 billion things connected to the Internet.


Taking 5G to other industries – a view from the top

While much of the industry discussion about 5G focuses on the technology itself – its implementation and performance – less is said about the impact on consumers. While 5G capabilities will undoubtedly transform consumer communications, how will it affect lives in other ways?


When will we have virtual reality cameras on our smartphones?

By all measures, the virtual reality (VR) revolution is finally on its way. With Facebook, Sony and HTC (just to name a few) all promising to bring long-awaited VR headsets to consumers in early 2016, the possibilities for gaming and entertainment in 3D space will be endless. But there's another side of VR that isn't talked about quite as much - we not only consume entertainment content, we have also learned to capture and create it ourselves. And if VR takes off the way it's expected to, it will change the way we capture and share the world around us.


Verizon’s wireless network delivers strong performance throughout historic Papal visit

Pope Francis’s first visit to the United States was a historic one, with numerous iconic images sure to be remembered for years to come. But for those who attended the events, the most important pictures and videos are more likely those they were able to personally capture and share. Throughout the Pope’s six-day tour, Verizon’s wireless network did its part – transmitting countless calls, texts, photos, videos and social media updates.


10 x 10 x 10 the formula for beyond 4G

What lies ahead for communications in the next decade? Making long-term predictions is always risky, but we can be confident that, with the right innovation, networks can be capable of supporting up to a thousand fold more traffic. Dubbed ‘Beyond 4G’, such networks will feature higher spectral efficiency, improved latency and a greater density of base stations

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