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    • Network Communications
    • (25/06/2024)

    HMS Networks annual analysis reveals steady growth in industrial network market

    Every year, HMS Networks conducts a comprehensive analysis of the industrial network market, aiming to estimate the distribution of new connected nodes by type and protocol within factory automation.

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    • AI - Machine Learning
    • (05/06/2024)

    Autonomous flying in a swarm

    For more than 15 years, the Festo Bionic Learning Network has been focusing on the fascination of flying. In addition to the technical decoding of bird flight, the team has researched and technologically implemented numerous other flying objects and their natural principles. 

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    • Network Communications
    • (21/05/2024)

    Addressing e-waste in telecommunications

    According to the UN’s Global e-waste monitor 2024, a record 62 million tonnes (Mt) of e-waste was produced in 2022, up 82 percent from 2010. Meanwhile, less than one quarter (22.3 percent) of the year’s e-waste mass was documented as having been properly collected and recycled.

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    • Network Communications
    • (03/05/2024)

    An introduction to Wi-Fi 7: Q&A with Keysight Technologies

    What is Wi-Fi 7, and what are its benefits? Keysight Technologies’ Xiang Li answers some key questions.

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    • Network Communications
    • (23/04/2024)

    How to overcome the five challenges threatening non-terrestrial networks (NTN) success

    To heighten communications capabilities and improve situational awareness, military and government agencies increasingly leverage commercially-developed technologies. Many plan to boost their connectivity capabilities with fifth-generation (5G) NTNs. 



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    Bridging the digital divide: Business and infrastructure innovation

    • Network Communications
    • (15/04/2024)

    Three billion people across the globe remain in the digital dark. Because they lack access to network infrastructure or affordable internet service, they miss the critical healthcare, education, and employment opportunities the rest of us rely on. In response, private industry, public institutions, and governments are creating new business models, partnerships, and alliances to reduce infrastructure costs, expand affordable access, and close the gap. .

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    The crucial role of I/O communication

    • Network Communications
    • (08/04/2024)

    GDevCON, a high-level technical event for LabVIEW architects, is not your typical conference. Held over two days in the iconic Glasgow Science Centre, it offers a unique space for collaboration and idea-sharing, free from corporate oversight or control, and addresses the needs and challenges faced by LabVIEW users. .

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    From telcos to techcos

    • Network Communications
    • (22/03/2024)

    The telecommunications industry is experiencing a much-needed shift, driven by the aggregation of telcos.

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    What Wi-Fi 7 means for manufacturing

    • Network Communications
    • (20/03/2024)

    The Wi-Fi 6E successor is here, and it promises to significantly boost the speed and stability of your wireless connections.





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