Monthly Archives: January 2013

LTE in Industry Verticals Value Chain

Considering the market for vertical industries, the industry will follow a complex value chain, commencing from infrastructure vendors/integrators and ending at either the traditional enterprises or specialist organizations in the vertical segments. For vertical segments in particular, Mind Commerce expects … Continue reading

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Smart Thermostats, Grid, and Phones

Google was the first to step into the Smart Grid application with their PowerMeter monitoring system. PowerMeter is a free energy monitoring tool to raise awareness about the importance of giving people access to their energy information. PowerMeter included key … Continue reading

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LTE in Industry Verticals

Given its economic feasibility and the growing demand for data applications within the vertical market segments such as public safety, oil, gas and energy production, defense and others, vendors are increasingly pitching LTE as a well suited solution for fulfilling … Continue reading

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Why COPE vs. BYOD?

We have seen growing adoption of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in recent years.  BYOD refers to an IT strategy where employees are allowed to use their personal devices such as laptop, smartphone, tablet or “phablet” to conduct company work … Continue reading

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LTE Security Threats and Opportunities

In the era of smartphones and tablets, LTE has in its infant stage already gained enormous popularity throughout the world. As a technology, LTE started its journey in North America in 2010. LTE now covers more than half of the … Continue reading

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2012 in the Rearview Mirror: Cloud, Augmented Reality, and VAS Applications

The year 2012 was a one for the telecommunication industry. Several new technologies have been introduced to the market which changed the way corporations do their business. For example, with the introduction of Cloud applications and Augmented Reality (AR), the … Continue reading

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