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  • The Link Between Software-Defined Networking and Passive Optical LANs

    We’ve previously outlined some of the major benefits of installing a passive optical network for your company’s technology infrastructure. Recent industry news and research has reinforced some of these benefits and has some speculating on future developments for passive optical LANs. The Development of Service Providers’ Networks May Suggest Future Developments in Enterprise LAN Environments […]

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  • Difference Between IEEE 802.11ah and 802.11af in the IoT

    Traditional Wi-Fi technology, or IEEE standard 802.11, provides wireless connectivity ideal for short-range applications where the communicating devices are plugged in. However, these are not ideal circumstances for many Internet of Things (IoT) applications that demand both longer signal distances and lower power consumption for battery-operated gadgets. Two relatively recent versions of the IEEE standard […]

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  • Li-Fi: How It Could Boost Wi-Fi

    Mobile computing wouldn’t be what it is today without Wi-Fi. This technology has made it possible for employees to access corporate networks from anywhere and has transformed libraries and coffee shops into offices for telecommuters. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi has its shortcomings: It has a limited reach, especially when walls are concerned. It’s notorious for security breaches. […]

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  • Wireless and IoT Bring Mobile Control Over Workplace

    The days of hard-wiring a building are coming to an end. The future is wireless. If you’re not yet familiar with the term “Internet of Things,” be prepared to hear about it with increasing frequency in the coming years. It’s estimated that by 2020, more than 30 billion devices worldwide will be connected to the […]

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  • Smart Cities: Important Conversation Topics

    What You Need to Know from the 2017 CompTIA ChannelCon While technology reliance and innovation has been increasing in all sectors, the increase in technological capabilities for cities is an exciting new frontier, and those that are running with technology innovations are being called “smart cities.” No longer a science fiction concept, smart cities are […]

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