Juniper’s research demonstrates how the continued lack of a strong use case for smartwatches means that, Apple Watch aside, the market thus far has been driven by lower priced devices with more basic functionality.
Facebook has announced the launch of Facebook Sports Stadium, its first shot at trying to provide the kind of real-time sports experience that is dominated by Twitter and ESPN.
New York’s network may be far speedier than most, but it’s a microcosm of what’s happening across the globe. Wi-Fi networks with widespread coverage and new standards are popping up to allow us to cut back on paying the carriers an arm and a leg for cellular data. It’s downright exciting—and downright scary if you…
There are some immutable laws for success in any consumer-oriented industry.
Simen Frostad, Chairman of Bridge Technologies
There are already clues to suggest what developments are on the horizon for the industry. By putting these together we’re able to form a pretty interesting picture of what’s in store for the long-term future of television.
BERGEN and NEW YORK ― 25 January 2016 Vimond Media Solutions has opened a new regional office in New York city to support its growing business in North America. Overseeing this endeavour are Vimond’s CEO, Helge Høibraaten, and CTO, Glenn Pedersen, both now based in New York. 2015 saw large-scale deployments for Vimond in…
We are now in an era where integrated end-to-end monitoring systems for QoS can do much more to ensure quality for the end user, by going far beyond mere verification that the equipment is functioning correctly, and instead giving the service provider total visibility and control over the integrity of the signal throughout the entire…
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Digital computers have been commercially available for almost 70 years, and yet the digital “revolution” is a relatively new phenomenon, beginning in the early 1980s with the introduction of the IBM PC.
Why the delay? Two words: speed and memory. And those two words lead to a third: cost.