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Gartner Peer Review

28 July 2020 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

      We Want to Hear From VoicePlus Users!   Are you a VoicePlus customer?   Let us know how we’re doing by sharing your experiences with VoicePlus products on Gartner Peer Insights. We really appreciate your time, as your feedback helps us deliver the highest quality software to you and your peers.

Samsung XCover Pro

28 June 2020 by Samsung 0 Comments

Equipped for your environment A phone designed to be durable and made for the outdoors. The two XCover Key design lets you customise access to the apps you need with a press. Dual LED can help you in low-light situations, while the Service LED flashes when receiving messages. And with POGO charging support, it's easy to keep your XCover Pro ready to go.

Iridium Go - Mobile Satellite

28 June 2020 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

Iridium GO! Text and Call   Giving you the freedom to connect to anyone from anywhere. The Iridium GO! Text and Call 6-month voucher includes 3,000 SMS text messages, making satellite communications more accessible than ever before. Now you can communicate the way you want without set-up, activation, or monthly fees.

Glossary of Common IoT Terms

28 June 2020 by Sierra Wireless 0 Comments

The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to using embedded modules, routers and other edge devices to connect a wide variety of “things” – s treet lights, rubbish bins, unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), power generators, smart meters, water-treatment systems, electric vehicle chargers, air compressors – to the internet. With the IoT, we can collect information from and send information to these things, enabling us to monitor, manage, control, and optimize their operation in ways that were not possible before. 

Atomic Battery - Explained - Is this the future?

05 June 2020 by wikipedia 0 Comments

An atomic battery, nuclear battery, tritium battery or radioisotope generator is a device which uses energy from the decay of a radioactive isotope to generate electricity. Like nuclear reactors, they generate electricity from nuclear energy, but differ in that they do not use a chain reaction. Compared to other batteries, they are very costly, but have an extremely long life and high energy density, and so they are mainly used as power sources for equipment that must operate unattended for long periods of time, such as spacecraft, pacemakers, underwater systems and automated scientific stations in remote parts of the world.[1][2]

Telstra's 5G - The Detailed Story

22 May 2020 by Umair Muhammad 0 Comments

5G has significantly increased the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks and expand them to enable hundreds of thousands of connections. 5G offers greater capacity, higher data rates and much lower latency, and it will support further innovations such as the internet of things (IoT) and network slicing, creating a smarter, more connected world.

VoicePlus' AI Predict's Device Faults

21 May 2020 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

The information age has pushed businesses into the mobile world, equipped workplaces with technology, and increase in the mobile workforce. Mobile devices and other communication mediums can directly support and improve productivity. However, failures and performance issues in devices and communication processes can negatively affect productivity. 

Atrium MMS / MES - Now Integrated with Intune

19 May 2020 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

VoicePlus has successfully integrated Atrium Managed Mobility Services with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune) using Microsoft Graph API. Administrators of Intune are aware that it's difficult to extract or view all the EMM profiles created. The new dashboard provides a quick overview of devices enrolled, Status, Ownership, Compliance, Platform, Encryption Status and Device Storage.

Smart Signal Repeater - Improve Mobile Coverage

19 May 2020 by Michael Giffney 0 Comments

The evolved smart signal booster that can amplify cellular signals up to 100 dB

Europe’s largest 5G research network goes live in Germany

17 May 2020 by Ericsson 0 Comments

Europe’s largest 5G research network, powered by Ericsson 5G products and solutions, has gone live in Aachen Germany. Comprising multiple partners, the 5G Industry Campus Europe aims to develop and implement applications and solutions for digitized and networked production to benefit 5G production across Europe and beyond.

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