As a result of the continued rise in telecommunications services, there is more power needed, more buildings required, more vehicles on the road, more mined materials from around the globe, and more energy essential to operations to accommodate the world’s growing needs. How is the industry adapting to this increase in resources by providing more…Details
Artificial intelligence might seem like it’s still years away but if you own a smartphone it could be even closer than you think. Smartphones today utilize AI in many different ways and we’ll likely see new applications in the future as we move towards smarter devices with all-in-one capabilities.
Businesses rely on their phones to stay in touch with clients, employees, and potential customers but there are several common events that can make phone lines go down. We’ll dive in to these events and how your business can still get calls even when the lines are down.
Technology is forever changing and evolving. Not long ago, every household had a home phone, cell phones were not a necessity, and those who did have them likely only used them for phone calls and the occasional game of Snake. Today we see that most homes have done away with landlines but they are still…Details
Inspired by the Tech & Main episode The Fight Against SIM Swapping, we decided to do some research on SIM swapping. What we found was that its common and hackers have an easy time stealing your phone number and information. SIM swapping can lead to some heavy financial damage.
What the FCC Proposed Rules to Expedite Release of New Devices and Technologies Means for Your Business
In December of 2020 the FCC released a document on allowing earlier equipment marketing and importation opportunities to expand marketing opportunities for innovative technologies. In short, this was to discuss allowing technology providers to move more quickly through the FCC’s authorization process – specifically for 5G and other radio frequency transmitting devices.
The term Bring Your Own Device, BYOD, was first used in 2004 and began more common use in 2009. Personal devices include cell phones, tablets, and laptops that employees bring to work and connect them to the corporate network. Employees request BYOD because it allows them flexibility in choice of devices and there’s no need…Details
Drones have gone from a futuristic idea only for the wealthy and tech-savvy, to available and accessible to all. We’ll look into how drones are transforming the telecommunications industry.
Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, and T-Mobile spend a combined total of $81 billion on frequencies that they will use for their 5G networks. These frequencies were auctioned off by the FCC starting in December 2020 and wrapped up in January 2021. What does this mean for customers?