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How Professional Networking Is Ripe for Decentralized Change

Bitcoinist.net · April 6, 2018 · 4:00 pm Market leaders are falling behind in terms of innovation and facing difficulty simultaneously satisfying the interests of their users, internal stakeholders, investors, and business partners. These are the signs of an industry ripe for disruption. A great example of this is the …

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Automotive Ethernet: The Future of In-Car Networking?

Automation and connectivity are driving the automotive industry forward, and in answer to the growing need for bandwidth, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, in-car networks are evolving. Ethernet is emerging as a preferred choice. So, what is it and do we need it? Will it have an effect on network architecture, and …

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Digitally transforming into an intelligent work campus

There has become a need for organisations to move towards a digital future for both internal staff and customers. The digital transformation will create a highly competitive environment that provides intelligent insights and collates information, using a mixture of cloud and artificial intelligence (AI). Today’s IT architectures are much larger …

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Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance hosts networking roundtable in

Follow @WJMN_Local3 Like Local 3 News on Facebook: IRON MOUNTAIN — On the first Thursday of every month, the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance uses their lunch hour to host a roundtable networking luncheon that’s open to local businesses. The Chamber leadership says new businesses are joining each month…and it’s a great …

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Optus launches ‘5G Live’ experience in the Gold Coast

(Image: Optus) Australian telecommunications carrier Optus has launched its live 5G experience in the Gold Coast, announcing a series of showcases of 5G-reliant technologies and use cases including 8K video streaming and low-latency robotics. According to Optus, the showcases will be powered by a live indoor and outdoor trial 5G …

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Optus CEO reveals 5G roadmap

Optus’ outdoor 5G base station (Image: Corinne Reichert/ZDNet) Optus chief executive officer Allen Lew has outlined the company’s 5G roadmap for the year ahead in an interview with ZDNet, detailing the path it will take to deploy commercial services in January 2019. Speaking at the opening of Optus’ 5G Live …

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