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May 28, 2018

HARTING’s RF-R3x0 UHF RFID reader offers flexibility in deployment

The new RF-R3x0 from HARTING is a versatile UHF RFID reader that combines software flexibility with an extremely robust and compact design that enable its deployment in a wide range of application scenarios.

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October 9, 2017

Top tips for migrating to the cloud

Moving to the cloud offers many benefits, particularly if you run a small business that you are planning on growing. The cloud gives you the flexibility to scale your business when you need to without a massive upheaval. The pay-as-you-go model also offers savings on capital spending that many businesses find attractive.

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September 6, 2016

Fog computing and real time communications in the mist – Part 2

Complementary, not oppositional

Fog Computing aims to resolve some of the challenges of cloud computing by reducing latency, optimising WAN bandwidth consumption, strengthening security, and improving redundancy and availability.

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May 23, 2016

‘Things’ can only get better

The Internet of Things is all over the news. But inanimate connectivity is not new, it’s been happening for quite some time. ANT Telecom’s managing director, Paul Smith explains how businesses don’t need to wait for IoT to reap the benefits of connectivity.

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April 4, 2016

Telehealth remains a small but interesting vertical for CSPs to target in the next five years

The telehealth market, long identified as a significant opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs), has been slow to gain traction. The technical capabilities to support the telehealth market have long been in place, but regulatory concerns, coupled with supply-side issues such as business models, have restricted market growth.

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February 17, 2016

Huawei predicts deployment of 60 commercial 4.5G networks worldwide in 2016

Prior to the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC), Huawei held press conference in Beijing and a pre-event briefing in London to share its strategic outlook on the global telecom industry. MWC 2016 opens in Barcelona, Spain on February 22.

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February 5, 2016

Bluetooth 4.2, the local connection for IoT

As readers of this site will know, when Bluetooth was originally invented by Ericsson, Nokia, Intel and Toshiba, it was intended to act as a way of providing cable-free connections between computers with mobile phones, PDAs, printers and other computer peripherals. The story goes that Bluetooth was given its name, because of Harald Bluetooth, the king who unified Denmark and Norway.

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