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What is eSim? And how does it impact IoT?

eSIM and SmartSIM for IoT has changed the way CIOs and CTOs use cellular for their deployment and connectivity strategy. If you’re evaluating cellular as a backup for your primary connection, manufacturing a new IoT device, or taking a more…

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Why do consumers have IoT WiFi connectivity problems?

If your company has IoT functionality or apps that work with your products, you probably take thousands (or more) connectivity and WiFi-related complaints from customers. An R&D partner for a major grill manufacturer engaged me as they began researching customers’…

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Is 2000 Mules cellphone data and geolocation accurate?

Political affiliation aside, 2,000 Mules has raised more than its share of eyebrows. One element of the film relies on precise geolocation data generated from cellphones. Fact-checkers were quick to claim it wasn’t possible for filmmakers to collect GPS location data…

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Why 5G on the runway won’t crash your plane

Controversy surrounded the US launch of 5G from AT&T and Verizon near the airport, but as travel heats up, frequent flyers are calling foul. If 5G truly interferes with aircraft as the FAA claims, why are flyers seeing it available…

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What’s Next In Connected Health?

While every industry takes advantage of the latest advancements in tech (or at least should) advancements within health care may be the most important. Not only does connected health make things easier for patients and care providers, but it saves…

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Does T-Mobile 5G Deliver Real 5G Speeds?

The end of 2019 saw multiple announcements around 5G deployment from all of the major wireless carriers, most recently with Verizon’s 5G Superbowl Camera, but the nationwide rollout of T-Mobile 5G is the most impressive, at least on the surface….

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The Story Behind Verizon’s 5G Super Bowl Camera (and What’s Next)

On display at Super Bowl LIV in Miami this past weekend, you probably noticed Verizon’s 5G camera. You also probably asked who cares about a 5G Super Bowl camera and if it means for future tech and IoT devices. Although…

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What is the true real-world benefit of 5G?

As 5G towers appear on your street corner, many CIOs and CTOs are struggling to answer: what is the benefit of 5G? Outside of the lackluster 4G rollout, one reason for the struggle is because many carriers aren’t even sure…

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The Future of Networking Will Be Led By CIO / CTO Artists.

Following my interview on Bloomberg, I received the usual “atta-boy” emails from contacts, but also received inquiries centering on the future of networking, how operations will change, and how an operator’s daily role will change. As I look at our…

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Eric Skeens On Bloomberg Radio

Why are telecoms struggling despite a surge in internet and bandwidth demands? This was the topic of discussion and the reason Eric Skeens, our Co-Founder & Managing Partner, was interviewed live on Bloomberg Radio. Joining Lisa Abramowicz and Paul Sweeney…

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