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Smart cities present risks, opportunities

Emergent technologies are poised to radically change how we work and live. They will transform our cities and workplaces, shifting jobs and entrepreneurship in new directions, and spur new ways to manage our lives. All of society will be affected, up to and including how we interact with machines themselves. Sophisticated machines and applications that […]

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The Expert

Client expectations, and the real world. Enjoy.

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Services Provider Deloitte Predicts 2017 Tech, Media, Telecommunications

                Like so many companies and publications, Deloitte rubs its crystal ball early every year and reveals some of its predictions — in tech, media and telecommunications — for the next 12 months and beyond. Unlike other would-be Carnacs, though, Deloitte bases its predictions on surveys and data, […]

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Within a few years, 5G networks could turbocharge your smartphone.

Within a few years, 5G networks could turbocharge your smartphone. But can they pass the tests cooked up by engineers at an office park in New Jersey? Live-streaming a virtual-reality broadcast. Downloading a 90-minute high-definition TV show to your smartphone in less than three seconds. Sending instant updates on road conditions to self-driving vehicles. These […]

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Cell Phones 1979, down memory lane

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Split-second data mapping

            People generally associate graphic processing units (GPUs) with imaging processing. Developed for video games in the 1990s, modern GPUs are specialized circuits with thousands of small, efficient processing units, or “cores,” that work simultaneously to rapidly render graphics on screen. But for the better part of a decade, GPUs […]

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Australia – Telecoms Market Analyses – Top Trends Moving into 2017

NEW YORK, Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The telecommunication market on its way to 2017 The telecommunications market continues its transformation into the industry underpinning the digital, sharing and interconnected economy. This transformation is mainly driven by the ongoing innovations and technological developments that are taking place. More often than not the industry itself is […]

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Google Is Cutting the Cord on Its Fiber Rollout

Laying off workers and putting expansion plans on ice, Google Fiber looks to be headed for a wireless future. The rumors surrounding Google’s plan to provide fiber Internet in several U.S. cities were true: the company is putting expansion of the plan on ice, cutting jobs and losing its chief executive in the process. Craig Barratt, the […]

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New telecoms architecture to boost data speed and cut technology costs

  An EU-funded project, FABULOUS (FDMA Access By Using Low-cost Optical Network Units in Silicon Photonics), has created innovative new components to be used in digital telecommunications including digital radio, television and internet that are lower-cost and more efficient than currently existing technology. The project has demonstrated that its technology will allow higher bit rates […]

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Why Comcast Might Get Into the Wireless Business

For the last 25 years or so, Comcast  has been expressing interest in the wireless space. Recently, the cable giant activated its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreement with Verizon and announced that it would participate in the Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming incentive spectrum auction. The prospects for Comcast entering the wireless market have never been better. But it’s important […]

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