We estimate that over the years, our six million radios have touched the lives of more than 100 million people.
With a strong communications network carrying real-time information bi-directionally between edge devices and monitoring systems, it becomes much easier to centrally maintain and optimize operations.
It’s critical for the Industrial IoT (IIoT) network operations center to not only have visibility into remote network nodes, but also the ability to transport information across the field based on data they’ve distilled from the edge of the network.
Connectivity enables utilities to measure key factors and improve the quality of water for their people.
For oil and gas applications, where hazardous conditions and off-the-grid projects abound, it’s critical to maintain high communications system availability and a safe operating environment.
Rugged and remote landscapes won't support fiber deployments. Wireless is a means to connect people, places, and things where it is not practical to deploy fiber technology.
The smart city is something that could dramatically reshape and improve the way we live, from cutting down traffic on the morning commute to helping first responders react to an emergency.
The 911 system can pinpoint our locations and allocate resources quickly in emergencies like this one. But the growing reality of today is that households are cutting the cord, and they rely on mobile devices, data networks and Wi-Fi to make calls and transmit information.