The supercharged AirLink XR80 is purpose-built forfixed and mobile applications with single/dual 5G cellular radios and 5x4 MIMO Wi-Fi 6. It supports complete device-to-cloud security and reduces your total cost of ownership with ALMS Out-of-Band management via built in LPWA network delivering zero touch configuration, reset to factory over the air and remote support regardless of the primary WAN connections. Utilising a cartridge-based design, enables long-term expandability and upgradability.
Sierra Wireless (NASDAQ: SWIR) (TSX: SW), the leading IoT solutions provider that combines devices, network services and software to unlock value in the connected economy, today announced availability of the AirLink® MG90 5G platform, the industry’s first multi-network 5G vehicle networking solution that provides secure, always-on mobile connectivity for mission-critical first responder, field service and transit applications. Purpose-built for demanding high-speed multi-network vehicle needs, the AirLink MG90 5G delivers the best-in-class user experience, performance and reliability that the top public safety agencies rely on to ensure safety and save lives.
Broadband data downloads increased by 38.6% last year, continuing a run of significant annual increases since 2014, but what does this mean for business in 2018?
By the end of 2017 demand for mobile apps will grow at least five times faster than internal IT has capacity to deliver them, predicts Gartner. The need to manage these apps is driving interest in Mobile App Management (MAM) tools.
Businesses are feeling intense pressure to deliver mobile apps, but when they try to do the right thing by asking the people who will use them what they need, it often leads to frustration and failure.
Broadband data downloads increased by 50% in 2015, while mobile data downloads were up by 27%.
Cisco predicts more people will have mobile phones than electricity, running water or cars
Complaints about telecommunication services fell to their lowest level in nearly a decade during the three months to September 2015, according to the latest figures from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman and reported in IT News.
Five of Australia's biggest banks have signed up for Android Pay, which will be launched in the first half of 2016. The deal will make Australia the second country in the world after the US to adopt the mobile payment service.