Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian-American film star during Hollywood’s “Golden Age.” But many people are not aware that she was also a scientist and inventor. Lamarr co-invented an early technique for spread spectrum communications that was designed to combat Nazi jamming signals that could redirect torpedoes. Her patented frequency-hopping signal led to the development of GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
Your business success quite literally depends on a lifeline of reliable, cost-effective and secure communications for everything from voice to data to video.
A growing proliferation of telecom providers are competing to establish a foothold in the Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS)
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When it comes to wireless technology of the future, it’s all about faster, better, cheaper. As the speed of change drives more and more demand for bandwidth and businesses strive to keep up, the need for the 5G Network intensifies. Observers may debate the merits, but technology keeps driving the market forward, oblivious to the fears and hesitations of some more entrenched business environments—and the average person.
Recent large-scale mergers and acquisitions are so numerous and dramatic that 2017 could well be called “The Year of the
A recent State of the Cloud survey shows that 95% of enterprises have incorporated cloud into their business in some form or another. The reason for this is simple – reduced costs and increased agility.Cloud models allow enterprise businesses to quickly and easily scale, transfer operations between sites, and access business critical applications all while drastically cutting expenses.