Record shipments of 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) router ports in the first quarter of this year drove service provider core router market growth of 7% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019, says Dell’Oro Group. Network operators are benefiting from lower prices of 100GbE products to add capacity to their backbone and metro networks—the volume of 100GbE port shipments almost doubled year-over-year.
Researchers from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Oklahoma State University found that high speed broadband reduced unemployment rates throughout Tennessee, especially in rural communities. Studying 95 counties in Tennessee from 2011 to 2016, they found that access to high speed broadband can significantly reduce unemployment rates by 0.26 percentage points, especially in rural communities.
Whether it’s a group of students studying remote control robotics or professors going out into the field with students to take millimeter wave measurements, dozens of academic institutions all over the world are making meaningful contributions to 5G and the future of wireless. FierceWirelessTech decided to take a close look at the top 5G academic institutions. The result is a list of five (or six) top institutions that we think are especially worth keeping an eye on in coming months and years.
Value of the structured cabling market was estimated at nearly US$ 16 billion in 2018, and is forecast to record a CAGR of approximately 8% through 2028. The structured cabling market recorded a CAGR of over 6% from 2013 to 2017, driven by the continual expansion in the datacenters, the increasing mobile internet subscriptions, and the constantly changing business infrastructure.
This video provides a detailed report on findings from the industry’s first-ever salary survey, done as a joint project between Fluke Networks and Cabling Installation & Maintenance. Many characteristics can affect the salary or wage of professionals in the cabling industry, from job title and geography to certifications and specialties.
The IoT is one of the most fundamental technologies that can power the Digital Supply Network by creating digital enterprises that are both interconnected and capable of more informed decision-making. The IoT connects the network and provides communication and visibility across the value chain, from inputs to production, from products to customers themselves.
Uptime Institute’s ninth annual Global Data Center Survey show that the sector has become exceptionally complex as it continues to adapt to change. Demanding business requirements strain the ability of traditional mechanical and electrical systems to keep pace. Meanwhile, new challenges have arisen, including those associated with orchestrating hybrid architectures, staffing and skills alignment, workload placement decision-making processes, and the desire to leverage innovative technologies without increasing risk.