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Internet of Everything Networking Software Defined Network Wireless

Broadband Built Block-by-Block by Blockchain – Part 2 – 5G

“What Helium has created in this blockchain is truly a unique incentive. That is, the only incentive of its kind that can start a wireless network creation model without a lot of money. It is pretty cheap and simple to do. And, that hasn’t been done before…..It is something that can apply to all wireless […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

A Force Multiplier – An Autonomous Mobile Sensing Device

“The K3 and the K5 we have been operating now over 180,000 hours and over 100,000 hours all across the country helping security guards and security professionals do their jobs more effectively,” said William Santana Li, CEO and Chairman of Knightscope, Inc. These mobile, autonomous data gathering machines, with sensors to measure and record things […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Internet of Everything Software Defined Network

300 Gbytes of Data Per Month Per Car

300 Gigabytes of data per month per car is what Cisco Systems projects when connected and autonomous vehicles.fill the roadways. Speaking at the TIA’s Connected Car Workshop and in the above interview at that event, Andreas Mai, Director of Smart Connected Vehicles for Cisco Systems, discusses the impact that this much connectivity will have on infrastructure, as well as the more nuanced […]

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Alan Weissberger Broadband Wireless

Sprint to Shut Down WiMAX Service ~Nov 6, 2015

Overview: At long last, Sprint has confirmed it will be turning off of its WiMAX service on or around November 6th, 2015.  That’s a little over 1 year for owners of WiMAX mobile devices (including laptops with WiMax cards/dongles) to switch to LTE .  WiMAX mobile devices will still work in 3G mode after that, but one doesn’t buy […]

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Viodi View

Viodi View – 12/17/2012

The Software Farmer At the depths of the cold dark winter with an economy sputtering and the future seemingly grim, there remain sparks of light that point to a brighter future. We caught up with one of those sparks last June at the TIA Convention and Conference in Dallas. Neil Mylet is a young man […]