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Legrand throws its support behind Cisco’s Digital Building Solutions

February 22, 2017

Legrand said this week it has reaffirmed its commitment to Cisco’s Digital Building Solutions as an ecosystem partner, formerly known as the Cisco Digital Ceiling Framework, with the on-going development of new products to support the evolving intelligent building landscape.

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CommScope becomes founding partner of Infrastructure Masons

February 22, 2017

CommScope has announced it is the first Founding Partner of Infrastructure Masons, an organization created to bring together technical professionals involved in infrastructure services – from end users to consultants to vendors. The organization was established to provide network infrastructure

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Huawei Canada launches research venture with Polytechnique Montréal

February 14, 2017

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. has launched a multi-year joint research venture with Polytechnique Montréal: the NSERC-Huawei Industrial Research Chair in Future Wireless Technologies, or Future Wireless Chair (FuWiC). Huawei said the partnership will be the first academic chair partnership for Huawei’s

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Hitachi video analytics offering delivers advanced insights, real-time alerts

February 9, 2017

Hitachi Insight Group, which is responsible for driving the global unified Internet of Things (IoT) business and go-to-market (GTM) strategy for Hitachi, Ltd. has launched new video analytics software it said is designed to enhance and extend its Smart City

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Measurable 5G impact on mobile growth to start by 2020: Cisco

February 7, 2017

By 2021 more members of the global population will be using mobile phones (5.5 billion) than bank accounts (5.4 billion), running water (5.3 billion), or landlines (2.9 billion), according to the 11th annual Cisco Visual Networking Index™ (VNI) Global Mobile Data

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Half of WSN adopters using cloud for IoT development: ON World

January 31, 2017

One in two wireless sensor network (WSN) adopters are using cloud infrastructure for their industrial Internet of Things development, according to a recently published survey by ON World, a firm that provides global business intelligence on IoT markets. “Wireless sensor

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Fiber, Copper & The Digital Revolution

January 17, 2017

The digital revolution will continue at a torrid pace in 2017 and with it so too will activity in four major technology blocks that make it all possible – the cloud, of course, the data centre, the structured cabling infrastructure

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AT&T strengthens IoT offerings with Gemalto security app

January 4, 2017

Dutch-based digital security vendor Gemalto has announced it is supplying AT&T with a remote subscription management offering it said will help enable its customers to deploy “new and highly secure IoT applications” both in North America and globally. According to

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Ericsson plans big 5G demo splash at CES 2017

January 3, 2017

Ericsson said today it will “connect the dots between the latest technology innovations and their dependence on infrastructure at the world’s largest consumer electronics fair, CES 2017, in Las Vegas, Nev., which starts on Thursday. Building on its theme of

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Darktrace says attackers will do more than steal data in 2017

December 20, 2016

Cyber-threat defense company Darktrace has released five major predictions for the coming year. “It was speculated 2016 would see even more cybersecurity activity than 2015 and it did not disappoint,” the company said in a statement issued this week. “Consider