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Blog Post: The Positive Impact of Private Wireless Networks on Connectivity

Mobile networks today carry almost 300 times more traffic than they did just over a decade ago. And, so far, most of this growth has occurred indoors over carrier networks.  To ensure device connectivity amid this growing influx of traffic, there’s an option for building owners to leave public cellular networks and mobile carriers behind.

Pushing the Envelope: What is Possible with Mesh Networks

The global mesh network market is anticipated to grow exponentially over the course of the next decade, with significant potential in commercial applications. That’s partially due to the dependence on mobile devices, but it’s also connected to the growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology. So, what is mesh networking, and

Sonim announces availability of PTT-centric phone XP5plus at Southern Linc

Sonim Technologies Inc. announced the availability of the versatile XP5plus phone that combines cellular with 2-way radio functionality at Southern Linc, the wireless subsidiary of Southern Company (NYSE: SO). Known for their reliability and superior performance on Southern Linc’s mission-critical CriticalLinc™ LTE network, Sonim’s ultra-rugged phones have long been the go-to choice for Southern Linc’s

Blog Post: Broadband for All – Amplifying Indigenous Voices

As broadband connectivity progresses forward in rural and remote communities around the country, it has become increasingly apparent that the basic understanding of the digital divide – “the [internet] haves vs. the have nots” – is no longer a sufficient or adequately inclusive explanation. To truly understand and address the digital inequities that still exist today, the analyses must go much

Untangling The Cable Challenges Across Macro Sites

Every aspect of deploying equipment on base-station sites needs to be continuously examined with a problem-solving mindset as the industry looks to make the space and efficiency gains it needs to meet demand. In this blog, we look specifically at the cable aspects of macro sites and explore how new approaches can make a significant

Caterpillar Validates Rajant Wireless Solution with Cat® MineStar™ Command for Hauling

After extensive testing, Caterpillar Inc. has completed the in-house validation of Rajant BreadCrumbs®, LX5 CA radios, which will enable field trials with this Rajant product and Cat® MineStar™ Command for hauling.   “This validation is a key step to provide additional options for our mining customers when deploying Command for hauling in their operation,” said Sean

The Tech that Powers History’s Most Expensive College Basketball Arena

Moody Center is the most expensive college basketball arena in history. Here’s a look at the connected technology being used to draw fans in—and keep them engaged. When the aging Frank C. Erwin Jr. Center needed to be replaced, the University of Texas wanted the new arena to not only be home to the Texas

How Modern Meet-Me Room Design Can Give You a Competitive Edge

Think of your data center’s meet-me room as a gateway: a place that connects an organization to the outside world. To support smooth internet exchange and data transmission, meet-me rooms must be designed to support modern digital demands, including higher density, the ability to scale and less downtime. Your meet-me room design should enable these