Category Archives: Wireless
Web real-time communication (WebRTC) has the potential to transform the World Wide Web by embedding peer-to-peer sharing applications into browsers and enabling live video streaming over mobile phones. WebRTC is fully supported by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, for example, thereby enabling websites to become service providers. While this situation could increase competition for voice carriers, it also provides additional revenue opportunities for entrenched carriers via unified communication services (UCS), mobile text, video and voice services, and WebRTC, both as a platform and for WebRTC termination to PSTN and mobile networks.
Global network solutions company QuadGen, for instance, recently appointed Amy Moini as Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Mrs. Moini is an industry veteran with more than two decades of hardware, software, services and telecommunications experience to her name. She previously served as the Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development at Numerex Corp., where she oversaw the company’s carrier partner footprint expansion, as well as the expansion of its MSO presence and footprint, and multinational global customer engagements.
By Manoj Jain, Chief Operating Officer, Bankai Group
Technology throughout the telecom industry is continuously evolving to enable fast and efficient communication. Voice over Long Term Evolution (VoLTE) is a revolutionary service that is taking the industry by storm, replacing antiquated voice networks with faster and more reliable LTE networks. VoLTE is an entirely new way of transmitting voice, allowing wireless carriers to deliver voice services over existing data networks rather than traditional circuit-switched 2G or 3G networks. In this case, voice becomes just another packetized application on the user’s phone, resulting in a new standard for high-speed wireless communication that delivers a clear and reliable signal, while making more efficient use of existing network resources.
Albert Einstein once stated that the only source of knowledge is experience, and this is especially true when it comes to network engineering, where small mistakes can lead to costly consequences. It’s vital to look for a company that can offer years of experience along with cutting-edge solutions.
One such company is QuadGen, a leading global network solutions company that recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary along with the launch of a new website.
In Roman theology, Janus – the god of transition – is famously depicted as having two faces to represent the dichotomous nature of change which includes beginnings and endings, opportunities and threats, and wins and losses. This ancient perspective is still applicable today. As author and Fortune columnist Dan Lyons observes, “Transformation is hard – but not changing can sometimes be fatal.”
Change is often viewed as a catalyst for opportunity. Yet the SWOT planning method, which considers the strategic viability of a business plan or market initiative by assessing the upside (strengths and opportunities) and downside (weaknesses and threats) for both internal and external dynamics, informs that change can also be inauspicious.
The wireless industry is undergoing evolutionary and revolutionary changes whose ramifications upon the in-building ecosystem conjure the proverb, “May you live in interesting times” – an adage that has the double-meaning of a blessing and a curse or, stated differently, opportunity and threat. These interesting times include megatrends such as 5G, as well as market-level trends like segment saturation.
It’s no longer about just adding value to your commercial or hospitality property; now it’s about competitive survival.
We’ve all been there. Pick almost any multitenant building, hotel, or office tower and try to get a strong cell signal while inside it. People usually end up going to a window, where they pick up whatever remnants of their carrier’s signal make it through the glass. And good luck if the windows have been treated with low-E film since that stuff turns buildings into virtual Faraday cages. That used to be just an inconvenience. But today practically everyone not only has a smartphone but everyone relies on it for the majority of their voice communications. And those cell-hungry business mobile applications that used to be just nice-to-haves are turning into critically important, frontline business apps. That means getting solid cell reception when tenants are inside is something landlords and real estate developers are being forced to take seriously.
TXW CEO Don Eben to Speak on the Network Management Panel October 24
Tualatin, OR – October 20, 2016 – TXW Solutions (TXW), a leading engineering professional services and consulting company, announces that its Chief Executive Officer, Don Eben, will speak at The 2016 INCOMPAS Show, taking place October 23-25, 2016 in Dallas, Texas. INCOMPAS is the leading trade association for competitive networks. The 2016 INCOMPAS Show explores critical trends in business, technology and regulations that are impacting the industry, in addition to providing attendees valuable networking opportunities with existing and prospective customers and partners.