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These are the elements required to deploy an IoT solution

Back in August we wrote an article answering the question on everyone’s mind: "What is the internet of things?" We spoke about some of the embedded systems used in the "internet of things," and how it can transform a number of industries. As the...

Microsoft unveils Nokia 216, potential swan song to iconic brand name

When Microsoft bought Nokia in 2014, it brought a dying captain onto a burning ship (or should we say, platform.) Nokia, once the leader in mobile phone sales, was on a downward spiral into irrelevance only helped out by its unflinching loyalty to Microsoft's...

How to become a telecommunications engineer

Steps to becoming a telecommunications engineer With "5G" standards in the works and an estimated 20.8 billion connected "internet of things" devices in use by 2020, telecommunications engineers have never been needed more. Now that we know what telecommunications engineering is, it is time to find out how...

EMEA: Europe takes the long road to LTE

European carriers seem to be emphasizing the “Long” in "Long Term Evolution" technology. While the region is home to some of the world's biggest economies, it continues to trail other developed markets in adopting LTE-based high-speed mobile technology, often referred to as 4G. In South...

EMEA: EE ranks No. 1 in U.K. for performance, complaints

EE, which has the biggest and arguably the most complained about mobile network in the U.K., just earned top honors in RootMetrics' latest performance report. The research firm tested more than 920,000 locations throughout the U.K., testing networks for reliability, speed, mobile Internet, call performance and text...

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