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Mobile Innovation for Inclusion

¡Hola de Barcelona! We’re at Mobile World Congress now and are already inspired by what we’re hearing in keynote sessions. On Monday, a session titled Innovating for Inclusion covered how “mobile is helping to bridge the digital divide by delivering essential services where they are most needed as well as…

Top Five Applications of Sub-6 GHz PTP Products for Service Providers

I’m continuously soliciting input from network operators around the world about what they’d like to see in a sub-6 GHz point-to-point (PTP) solution, and frequently hear these three: Secure and reliable connectivity One platform that can quickly be adapted new connectivity requirements Solid return on investment encompassing training, spares, network…

The Best of Connecting the Unconnected

We begin a new year by reflecting on what keeps us moving forward – stories that embody connecting the unconnected and how the Internet makes what was once impossible possible. Connectivity is what makes one Maine math teacher a hero, what finds a young Welsh girl a bone marrow match…

Finding Connectivity Relevance for Seniors and the Disabled

ecently, the National Telecommunications and Information Association (NTIA) released its annual report, “Exploring the Digital Nation: Embracing the Mobile Internet.” Detailing the state of connectivity in the US, the report featured a few statistics in particular that jumped out at us:

A Wireless Broadband Gateway to Smarter Schools & Hospitals

The one-room schoolhouse. The barber shop doubling as a healthcare clinic. These images of small town living tend to stand as notions of how things “used to be.” This is not to say that pared down public facilities have ceased to exist, or that all communities require or could support…

Much Ado About Cord Cutting

It’s impossible to miss the proliferation of screens in our society. Take a look around the next time you’re on public transit, at a café or on a plane: The vast majority of people you’ll see are surfing the web, tapping out an email, playing mobile games or watching Game…

What to Expect from Cleveland’s “Super Gig” Era

What would you do with a 100-gigabit connection? This is what Clevelanders are thinking about now with the news that the “Rock and Roll Capital of the World” will begin building the nation’s fastest commercial Internet connectioniStock_000017628316Large.jpg this January.

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