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Reports and Coverage
5G momentum is ongoing, and there is competition on how next-generation 5G networks are deployed and will evolve in the coming years. But with the promise of better connectivity, these networks also involve big security threats.
Existing to make growth effortless and scale sustainable, EXA Infrastructure’s mission is clear – to become the undisputed leader for data center to data center connectivity in Europe and North America. EXA provides access to new markets, new audiences, and new possibilities. EXA Infrastructure is where market growth happens.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing a new Airworthiness Directive (AD) that will prohibit all transport and commuter category airplanes to operate unless they have radio altimeter-tolerant airplanes.
PacketFabric and Unitas Global, both enterprise network service providers,announced the intention to merge the two companies, subject to regulatory approval. This will result in a larger PacketFabric. Lead investor Digital Alpha Advisors, LLC. brought these companies together based on customer and market feedback to create an industry leading platform.
The world we are living in today is digital and interconnected by devices and digital systems. The way of accessing information and conducting work has radically changed and become more productive with efficient technologies.
As the esteemed media partner of the PTC ‘23 annual conference, Telecom Review North America’s January edition features Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) members, among other exciting topics.
Despite the headlines of layoffs and hiring freezes at tech-focused companies, the overall job market for technology professionals is believed to expand over the years as organizations develop and advance their infrastructure to meet consumers' increasing demand for digital goods and services.
The Fiber Broadband Association announced the completion of its 2022 Fiber Provider Survey that reported more fiber was deployed in 2022 than ever before as the industry advances its goal to close the digital equity gap. The research, performed by RVA LLC Market Research & Consulting (RVA), shows that fiber providers passed 7.9 million additional homes in the U.S. in 2022—the highest annual deployment ever, even with challenges in materials supply chain and labor availability.
Fiber optic networks have undergone significant improvements over previous generations of fixed networks. This results in expanded connection capacity, faster bandwidth and improved user experience.