Where the Internet of Things Can Take Your Business

Many of us may feel well-versed on the Internet of Things (IoT) by now. We’ve experienced an avalanche of information about this technology in recent years, including how it’s going to change all of our lives. But regardless of what we already know, the IoT grows more complex every day. Its advancing capabilities are changing the business world in both big ways and small.

The Arrival of Wideband Multimode Fiber

It can boggle the mind how quickly technology moves, and how things that were once a part of our everyday lives have rapidly become obsolete. Some people today might be as perplexed by items that were essential to recent generations as they would be by a tool from the Bronze Age. So what is causing this accelerated pace of obsolescence?

5 Ways PoE Can Benefit College Students and Administrators

At any university, it doesn’t take long to notice the plethora of outlets and cables lining the walls and hallways of campus buildings. It takes a lot to power the various technologies used on a campus, including cell phones, tablets, desktops and projectors. Students and professors expect a 24/7 connection, whether they’re learning in a classroom or walking between buildings. Network connections must be fast and reliable so everyone can be plugged in anywhere on campus.

3 Options to Improve Your Healthcare Facility's Wireless Capacity

There’s no doubt that the healthcare industry is embracing mobility. A recent survey  of healthcare companies found that 65 percent of those surveyed are investing in wireless infrastructure upgrades to support the growing number of monitors, machines and devices that rely on wireless connectivity. Only 40 percent of healthcare providers say they have adequate wireless connectivity in their facilities today.

How the Internet Is Making Buildings Smart

When architects design buildings, they think about more than just style or aesthetics. They also consider the user experience — how occupants will move about in, function in, and even enjoy a building. And now a new tool, the Internet of Things (IoT), is taking design to a whole new level.

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