In recent months we’ve been hearing a lot about the capabilities of 5G. We’re being drawn in by the claims that 5G will completely change the world in which we live drastically and quickly. From smart cities to self-driving cars and a massive Internet of Things. Specific claims state that this technology will make life easy across industries and professions, even enabling the next generation of smart homes. But, is all of this really true? Which of these claims are real and when will we start seeing the life-changing effects of 5G? Let’s find out!
The next wave in Wi-Fi advancement is here. It promises more advanced capabilities and performance. Many new devices are already Wi-Fi 6 compatible, like the iPhone 11 series, Samsung s10 series, and Samsung Note 10 series. So, what improvements will we see as Wi-Fi 6, or 802.11ax, begins to take over? We’ve broken down some of the changes, benefits, and drawbacks in this blog article!
The way students learn is constantly changing. New technologies allow learning and teaching to be more productive and efficient. Smart Classrooms are the next wave of technological advancements in education.
Safety is a top priority. We equip our homes, cars, and workplaces with cameras and alarms. We download apps and add safety features on our phones, never leaving home without them. Yet, there is a blind spot in our security measures. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1 in 10 property crimes occur in parking structures. In addition, violent crime in parking structures is on the rise.
There is no shortage of options when it comes to deciding what kind of cabling to use in your wireless solutions. It can be overwhelming to make those decisions when there are so many factors to consider. We’ve organized some information for you to help you navigate this tricky territory.
The ever-advancing capabilities of technology offer enterprises new ways to increase efficiency and sustainability- if they are willing to build the necessary cabling infrastructure. The most successful companies will be those that use a comprehensive, integrated approach to planning and deploying their IT structure.