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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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Tech Silos Hurt Service

  Hey Tech Exec, You’re Invited to our roundtable. If you’re a CIO, CTO, director or tech-exec, you should sign up for our quarterly 3 Tree Tech Exec Roundtable event. We bring in top tech executives for a one-day roundtable…

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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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Eric Skeens interview on Bloomberg Radio

Today at 11:30am ET, our co-founder and managing partner, Eric Skeens will be on Bloomberg Radio with Lisa Abramowicz & Paul Sweeney to discuss telecom disruption, dark fiber, 5G and cloud. Bloomberg Radio can be heard on 1130AM New York,…

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The End Of Granite Grid’s Death Grip On Malls

Granite Grid problems are well known, as is the technology’s chokehold on most malls. That grip, however, may finally be loosening as new tech gives mall retailers breathing room. Granite Grid Problems By becoming an ILEC in around 300 largest…

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As Connectivity Demands Surge, Telecom Alternatives Become Reality

The era of telecom subservience is nearly over. It’s routine to hate on the telecom providers your operations depend on, but new technology finally makes our collective exodus from telecom providers possible. Their failure to adapt over the next 5…

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The Future of IoT Integration

IoT (Internet of Things) is one of the biggest buzzwords in technology and most semi-tech savvy folks define the term to mean a series of connected physical objects that transfer data over a network without human interaction. With such a…

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How Hacking Works. And How Software-Defined Perimeter Fights Back.

Hackers rarely take on your firewall directly, dramatically punching a series of keys looking at screens of code in a dark room. It makes for a great movie scene—but the reality isn’t as sexy. I sat down with expert hacker,…

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