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JetBlue announces FlyFi but what are the risks
Friday, January 20, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
NordVPN explains some security issues with in-flight Wi-Fi, and describes safety measures to protect travelers’ privacy American airline JetBlue announced that it will provide free satellite Wi-Fi, called Fly-Fi, on all of its local flights. According to the company spokesman, it’s 2017 and it’s impossible to ignore the fact that people “expect to be connected ever...
Why Excel Medical is the next gen of MDI innovation
Friday, December 30, 2016 by Christian Hargrave
Excel Medical (Excel), the company that brought the Next-Generation Medical Device Integration (MDI) solution into action, has announced that Massachusetts-based Southcoast Health has deployed Excel's BedComm platform to facilitate medical device data integration between the health system's 47 operating room anesthesia monitors and its new electronic health record (EHR)...
Cambium Networks jailbreaks first wireless broadband network
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 by Christian Hargrave
Cambium Networks has announced ePMP Elevate, a software solution allowing outdoor wireless broadband networks to gain the signature capabilities of Cambium Networks’ ePMP platform, including frequency reuse enabled by GPS Synchronization and Smart Beamforming, even on non-Cambium Networks 802.11n-based hardware. As it becomes increasingly important for wireless ne...
Petition Submitted By EWA And PDV For Creation Of A New Private Enterprise Broadband Allocation
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 by Richard Harris
Pacific DataVision and Enterprise Wireless Alliance announced on Tuesday that a joint petition had been submitted to allow rule making to the FCC for permission to realign a 900 MHz spectrum.The result of the new petition would allow Pacific DataVision and other licensees access to contiguous 3x3 MHz block. The efforts if approved, would also support ente...
Offline, Online – Who Cares You Just Need Your App to Always Work
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 by Regev Yativ
We’re so anxiety stricken about not being connected, we take our smartphones everywhere. The thought of being in a “dead zone” can bring chills to the normally calm executive. But sometimes connectivity just isn’t there. You may be visiting a manufacturing facility where the roof interferes with reception. You may be on a sales call to a hospital, which has intentionall...