Siemon, a leading global network infrastructure specialist, demonstrated operation of 10BASE-T1L Single-Pair Ethernet (SPE) over 400 meters of TERA® balanced twisted pair copper cabling at the BICSI® Fall Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
Multi-access edge computing (MEC) is the telco-centric approach to delivering edge computing by integrating it with fixed and mobile access networks.
As technology advances, IoT may assist in resolving challenges faced by seniors. Data acquired from IoT devices are used to create an individual’s daily story by monitoring their routine, detecting discrepancies, and, if necessary, alerting emergency services. Connected IoT devices in the home boost security; experts predict that by 2017, 50 million wireless consumer health monitoring gadgets will be sold, making the smart home a reality.
IoT has plenty to offer in addressing service challenges, including predictive maintenance, asset tracking, and advanced process automation. But the critical advantage IoT brings to service industries comes from one capability: service tracking.
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Edge computing allows organizations to process more data and generate more complete insights, which is why it is quickly becoming standard technology for organizations heavily invested in IoT. In fact, IDC reports that the edge computing market will be worth $34 billion by 2023.
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It’s all about location when it comes to edge computing. Modern businesses rely on data to provide significant business insight and real-time management over essential business operations and processes. Large volumes of data may be routinely acquired from sensors and IoT devices running in real-time from remote places and hostile working environments virtually anywhere in the globe, and today’s organizations are drowned in a sea of information.
Comcast Business has won a 10-year, $102.8 million contract to provide Ethernet services to the United States’ Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). Comcast’s services will enhance the agency’s connectivity, improve its network performance, and manage overall telecommunications costs throughout the Agency’s Defense Information Systems Network (DISN).
For those not immersed in cybersecurity, the Colonial Pipeline cyber-attack this past spring probably came as a shock.To city and county leaders, the attack highlighted an urgent need to harden digital municipal infrastructure. It’s a subject that’s been at the forefront of public attention for the past few months, and one that federal leaders are tackling head on.