ATX’s GigaXtend portfolio affords cable operators the opportunity to revitalize their outside plants with technology purpose-built to enable and accelerate emerging spectrum increases of 1.8GHz and beyond. By targeting the most pressing cable operator demands and landing the Cisco agreement, ATX can plausibly tout its new family of amplifiers is built on a trusted technology pedigree with the reputation for performance and reliability needed to fulfill the demands of DOCSIS 4.0 and ultimately the 2050 vision of fiber-based 500 Gbps services.
Given how much more utility a new laptop (on which Zoom will work just fine) will provide that worker, the question becomes obvious: why would any IT department spend $599 apiece for these standalone devices when similarly-priced laptops will run Zoom just as well?
HP has recently announced some new efforts aimed at helping students and educators, along with businesses and families. Printable resources, expanded partnerships to offer free learning resources globally, some awesome new printers, and an ink subscription program that claims it’ll save consumers money over the long run. It’s nice to see HP continuing to innovate and educate, which have long been the foundation upon which this company was built. I’m guessing this will pay off in the long run.
Exploring 4 key data points that CX and Business executives can leverage in driving their 2020 strategies.
Futurum Research, in partnership with UiPath, completed a global research study of 500+ high-level business and technology executives directly responsible for the planning, management, and use of automation technologies to better comprehend the RPA journeys organizations must undertake to successfully achieve their strategic business objectives. Here’s what we found.
Here’s my take on why Apple AirPod Pros are the best quarantine gear ever — and the critical reasons they are worth every pricey penny.
IBM’s new OpenShift-enabled portfolio offerings ensure the company is a formidable competitor in driving CSP and enterprise adoption of edge computing resources in fast growing 5G environments, obliging rivals to counter IBM’s strengthened edge computing proposition and extensive ecosystem clout.
MATRIXX Software, expanding its collaboration with AWS, makes a compelling bid to gain early mindshare in driving the rapidly unfolding CSP, supplier, public cloud collaboration frameworks within emerging 5G environments. Here’s what I think is ahead as it relates to MATRIXX’s next moves as well as the competitive landscape and what to expect on that front.
Google recently announced it is adding telehealth features to its Search and Maps, making it easier for consumers to find telehealth resources and making it easier for providers to serve up these offerings. We predict this is just the start of a transition in healthcare services, and the beginning of a new normal.
By stepping up industry awareness of its established public cloud relations and portfolio expertise, Netcracker bolsters its ability to fulfill more CSP adoption of cloud platforms in order to catalyze their digital transformation journeys and spur their 5G deployments, especially by 2021. The move is a solid indicator of broader collaboration between cloud providers and telco software suppliers throughout 2020 including potential M&A activity.