Intel Corp. and French telecommunications equipment manufacturer Alcatel SA are working together on the emerging WiMax wireless technology in an effort to deliver products using WiMax by the second half of 2005, the companies said Thursday.
WiMax will not cause Wi-Fi and 3G to become extinct when it becomes available in 2006, and its application in the enterprise space should be looked at with a close eye, according to a panel of industry experts.
Lisa Phifer works for Core Competence Inc., an IT security consultancy in Philadelphia, a company that presumably knows a thing or two about encryption algorithms, public key infrastructure, and other technology designed to keep networks protected. But Phifer also knows that something has been left out of the dialogue surrounding wireless network security: location.
Since its start in 1991 with a single call centre, NuComm International has grown to six sites and now has nearly 3,000 employees. Unfortunately its telephone system wasn't able to keep up with the firm's growth rate.
We have moved from Industry 4.0 (inspired by WEF--World Economic Forum), Society 5.0 (Japan G20), Smart Humanity (KNVI, Royal Dutch IT Association) where digital transformation infuses all aspects of our lives--to the 5th Machine Age. AI is a key driver.
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