Closing the digital divide in mid-sized US cities
Cities have scrambled during the pandemic to provide emergency hotspots and Wi-Fi to residents to help them work and study. There is now a recognition that they must also tackle the issue longer-term by providing affordable fiber broadband services to homes and businesses. That along with new, historic federal funding means this could be a watershed moment for getting all citizens connected and creating a platform for advanced city services. For this report, Cities Today surveyed 25 decision-makers in mid-sized US cities (100,000- 500,000 residents) and augmented this information with in-depth interviews. The findings aim to outline the shared opportunity and challenges facing cities to help everyone move faster. We also highlight examples of and strategies for success.
Convergencialatina Maps | Mapas de Convergencialatina
Convergencialatina is an independent company formed by a team of analysts and journalists specialized in ICTs and telecommunications in Latin America. Due to its Latin American origin and its high degree of specialization, Convergencialatina closely follows the pulse of the market like no other media through reliable and verifiable sources.
It provides information, analysis and statistics to know and understand the main strategic views of regional players, cutting-edge technology and corporate trends, and the topics that make up the Information Society, covering Latin America and the Caribbean. It publishes a saga of graphic products consisting of representative maps of sectoral businesses.
Convergencialatina Maps are the result of the knowledge and continuous research of the Convergencialatina professional team and allow us to understand who is who in the communications market.
DTVE Summer Industry Survey 2021
Between the impact of the global pandemic, the launch of multiple streaming services and moves towards consolidation, the video distribution business has changed dramatically over the last year. Because things are transforming so rapidly, Digital TV Europe recently carried out its first mid-year survey to find out what industry decision-makers think about some of the key developments currently underway. We canvassed the views of industry executives on five hot topics: the overall Digital TV Landscape, the phenomenon of Super-Aggregation, the fast-evolving world of Live-Streaming, the cutting-edge world of AI, Analytics and Keeping the Customer, and the new service provider frontier of The Smart Home-as-a-Service. The results are summarised in a free report that provides a fascinating snapshot of insider views of an industry in transition.
#techFT From Apple to Alibaba, robotics to regulation, Silicon Valley to Shenzhen, #techFT brings you news, comment and analysis on the big companies, technologies and issues shaping this fastest moving of sectors from specialists based around the world. Written by the FT's expanded London tech desk, with input from bureaux stretching from San Francisco to China and Japan, this daily tech newsletter gives you the FT’s take and insights on the latest technological trends and the companies that are leading them. #techFT also looks at the latest gadgets, provides data on the performance of the top companies, lists the major tech events and brings you the best of our other related newsletters: #fintechFT, #techAsia and Sifted.
IoT Now MWC: Could connectivity become top dog for IoT service providers?
IoT Now (https://www.iot-now.com/) was launched in 2010 and today is read by more than 190,000 Internet of Things (IoT) professionals in over 100 countries worldwide. It has become the leading global publication explaining, developing and refining IoT-enabled business. Global news, interviews, videos and feature articles are published online every day. IoT Now also produces a quarterly digital magazine, and a monthly email newsletter -- both available free of charge. Our editors regularly post on social media, we host Live webinars with our industry partners. Expert Panellists from IoT Now contribute to the monthly Trending Tech Podcast, analysing business opportunities and overcoming technical challenges in a uniquely entertaining, provocative and amusing format.
At its simplest, the Internet of Things (IoT) involves devices sharing data in a wired or wireless network. Yet, the IoT has also become the largest and most complex information network that humans have ever created. The IoT was once made up of one-to-one connections, recording simple remote events such as temperature changes or stock levels. Today, however, enterprises are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to cut operating costs, roll out innovative customer services and generate new revenues in all industrial and social sectors; from monitoring vehicle, driver and load conditions to controlling smart cities, utilities and waste management, from remote healthcare and smart homes, to connected agriculture and manufacturing.
New services need flexible business models, and partner ecosystems are evolving. Today there is strong competition for fixed line and licenced cellular networks from low cost, low power-consumption, long range, proprietary networks. They can all deliver long-term services, and a rapid Return on Investment in sectors as diverse as domestic energy metering and remote monitoring of industrial machines. And as satellite connection costs fall and capabilities grow, next gen IoT services are now in reach.
Inside Towers is a leading media outlet for the wireless infrastructure industry. Our veteran editorial staff delivers breaking, relevant and actionable news and content via multiple channels, including a daily e-blast and podcast. Thousands of professionals rely on Inside Towers to stay ahead of the curve in a fast-paced industry. From broadcasting to 5G, we cover and provide insights into today’s most prominent topics.
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3 Retail & Ecommerce Trends to Watch in 2022
The pandemic and changing consumer preferences have fundamentally altered the payments & commerce ecosystem, and retailers and brands will need to adapt to retain fickle consumers. The companies that continue to digitize the shopping journey, while promoting sustainability and reducing friction, will win in 2022. To help you stay ahead, Insider Intelligence has compiled three trends in the retail & commerce industry to keep your eye on.
Microwave Journal® is the only peer reviewed, scientific indexed trade journal within the RF/microwave industry. For more than 60 years, Microwave Journal has been THE resource for the engineers who are developing the latest technologies for the high frequency electronics sector. Microwave Journal® provides leading-edge technical content for RF, microwave and wireless engineers worldwide. Content includes practical design application articles for working engineers, the latest product features, news and analysis.
In this month’s February issue, themed Satellite & Radio Communications, we offer two cover features, “Ultra-Efficient Wideband Multi-Layer Dielectric Resonator Antennas and Arrays, written by Rogers Corporation. The second, “A Disruptive Approach to mmWave for Wireless Telecom Applications, written by ED2 Corporation. We also introduce our first Time Travel series, “The Origins of the Term Microwave,” written by Giuseppe Pelosi, University of Florence. Look for this special section quarterly. Also highlighted in the issue is Marki Microwaves Fabs and Labs, with a special interview podcast from legendary mixer designer and Founder of Marki Microwave, Ferenc Marki, and his son, CEO, Chris Marki. Don’t miss our March Test and Measurement issue along with a cables & connectors supplement.
MWC 2022 Special Issue
This dedicated MWC 2022 issue features, among others: an interview with Michaël Trabbia, CTO at Orange Group, about the telco of the future; a look at the results of our Telco to Techco annual survey, on where operators are focusing their efforts and progress; and a discussion on how private cloud ecosystems open up innovation and opportunities for network operators and digital service providers.
Mobile Magazine - March 2022 Edition
Welcome to the March issue of Mobile Magazine. In this month's edition, we'll be speaking to the world's biggest telcos; including T-Mobile, Sunrise UPC, 3 Scandinavia, Vodafone Group, Liberty Global, Nokia, O2 Telefonica - plus many more! There are also features on a range of topics including circular smartphone economy and 6G.
The new telcos: A field guide
Telecoms is too important to leave up to traditional fixed and mobile operators. Thanks to the “democratisation” of shared spectrum, virtualised networks, fibre and cloud – plus the demands of industry, government and local communities – a plethora of new service providers are emerging to fill the gaps. This report is intended as a “spotter’s guide” to the categories of network owners and operators.
Discover how carrier billing / micropayment platforms provide seamless engagement solutions for businesses that wishes to engage and commercialize “connected consumers” - whilst they use mobile devices and telephones to interact with VAS (Value Added Services) and content propositions - promoted across an ever expanding range of media, affiliate and advertising networks.
VanillaPlus Magazine Issue 2 2022: Why CSPs must adopt a common language to ensure optimised operations
Now in its 23rd year of publication, VanillaPlus reaches more than 38,000 readers worldwide socially, digitally and online. With an enviable list of partners, VanillaPlus explains the latest business plans and technologies for the world’s fixed and mobile network operators, internet & digital service providers. VanillaPlus carries the latest international communications news, offering Free Article downloads, and an unrivalled Contract Hot List of newly-signed Telecoms IT deals. Not only are these Insights delivered to you free of charge, they are not available elsewhere. We bring you a global Event Diary, Expert panels in our international Webinars, plus Special Reports written exclusively for VanillaPlus by leading Analysts on topics such as LTE, Security, Data Management, Better Billing, and Mobile Video. Each month, VanillaPlus also contributes to reports and podcasts for Trending Tech (https://trendingtech.io/), with internationally-recognised experts sharing their insights in areas such as 5G, Cloud, Edge, Fraud & Zero Trust, OpenRAN, Sustainable Communications, and Software Defined Networks (SDN).
Launched in 1999, VanillaPlus (www.vanillaplus.com) is one of the world’s best-known and longest serving media brands in Telecoms IT. Named after the jargon used by Telecom Engineers who described Voice-only services as Vanilla-only, VanillaPlus has always stood out in a world of me-too communications titles for its laser focus on customer satisfaction underpinning profitable comms services. Network operators and service providers have changed out of all recognition since 1999, but the essentials of ‘good customer service making good business’ have not! VanillaPlus is therefore proud to work with the best industry analysts, executives, commentators and writers, to unpack complex technologies and processes in a clear, informed, readable style.
Via Satellite January/February 2022
For over 35 years, Via Satellite has provided essential news and expert business analysis on the global commercial communications satellite industry, including current and evolving applications, infrastructure issues, technology, and business and regulatory developments around the world. In this issue Mark Dankberg and Rajeev Suri Explain Strategy Behind Viasat/Inmarsat Acquisiton; Today’s Global Microlaunch Mindset: Flexible, Greener, Cheaper, and Safer; AT&T Exec on How OneWeb’s LEO Connectivity Expands Options for Telcos; and more.
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Euronews is leading International News channel reaching 440+ million households worldwide across 160 countries in 15 languages. 25 million unique monthly visitors trust Euronews for it “All Views” positioning. For 28 years, we bring explanation, sense and reason in the world, connecting the dots beyond the News bulletins. Euronews Next is our digital destination to help tomorrow’s business leaders to think ahead. With specialist insights and inspiring stories, we cover the biggest business and tech trends in Europe and beyond: future of Home, Cities, Money, Mobility, Health. To get exclusive content on Innovation and the New Economy please visit Euronews Next.
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of more than one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.
TIME is a global media brand that reaches a combined audience of more than 100 million around the world. A trusted destination for reporting and insight, TIME’s mission is to tell the stories that matter most, to lead conversations that change the world and to deepen understanding of the ideas and events that define our time. With unparalleled access to the world’s most influential people, the immeasurable trust of consumers globally, an unrivaled power to convene, TIME is one of the world’s most recognizable media brands with renowned franchises that include the TIME100 Most Influential People, Person of the Year, Firsts, Best Inventions, World’s Greatest Places and premium events including the TIME100 Summit and Gala, TIME100 Health Summit, TIME100 Next and more.
The Wall Street Journal | Barron’s Group is the essential resource for the world’s most influential decision makers. We provide the platform where minds are made and brands are built. Get in touch with our team to discuss how we can help you create trust, consideration and engagement among the world’s most ambitious people and businesses.
Since its establishment in 1999, C114 has provided long-term, stable and high-quality services to over 300 companies and brands in telecommunications, ICT, AI, finance and other industries. Its brand influence and user reputation have always been at the forefront of the industry. C114 always takes "Promoting Intelligent Connection to the World" as its responsibility to provide customers with accurate and effective integrated marketing services for new media.
Radio and Television Business Report (RBR+TVBR) is the No. 1 source of news “from Washington to Wall Street,” and everyone on Main Street.
RBR+TVBR provides financial and regulatory coverage each weekday to readers across the U.S. and the world. The afternoon newsletter, along with the twice-weekly InFocus podcasts, are filled with news needed to conclude every business day. RBR+TVBR also produces several Special Report Print editions each year. These Special Reports take an in-depth look at the key issues facing the industry and feature interviews with its top newsmakers, Beltway movers and shakers, and financial stakeholders.
Technology Record provides news and thought leadership on Microsoft and partner technology in the automotive, financial services, communications and media, manufacturing, public sector, and retail and consumer packaged goods industries. Via a quarterly printed magazine, website and app, Technology Record covers industry trends, product launches, new implementations and event news, as well as commentary articles, case studies and indepth features. The magazine’s editorial calendar is put together with guidance from leading members of Microsoft’s worldwide industry teams, addressing key topics that are capturing the attention of technology executives in enterprise businesses today, including cloud computing, the internet of things, enterprise social, mobility and big data.
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