Telecom Review recently visited with Edward Henigan, CTO of Data Foundry, in order to learn more about this issue as it affects many other data center locations across Texas

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In a move to increase taxes on business the Canadian government’s Federal Budget 2021 confirms the implementation of a digital services tax (DST) at a rate of 3% on revenue from digital service providers such as Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix that rely on data and content contributions from Canadian users.

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According to an IEEE paper, the post-pandemic future will offer tremendous opportunity and challenge in linking physical, digital, and biological worlds to transform the human experience as a whole. Considering this, 6G is anticipated to be a new architecture that will bring to life the vision of connecting all worlds into one.

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Growing its artificial intelligence (AI) portfolio, Ingram Micro Inc. announced an expanded, and now global, business relationship with UiPath, a leading enterprise automation software company and robotic process automation (RPA) tech innovator.

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The global software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market size is expected to reach $43.0 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 38.6% in a span of ten years. North America undoubtedly accounts for the largest size in the SD-WAN market. The major factors supporting the industry growth in this region include the presence of established market players, the launch of advanced SD-WAN solutions, and the commercialization of the 5G network infrastructure.

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Use of the embedded subscriber identity module (eSIM) in mobile phones surged globally as mobile operators transitioned to a more streamlined approach to signing on new customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, US mobile carriers have been slower to adopt and market the technology, says GlobalData.

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