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Mozilla WebThings

Mozilla Looks Beyond the Browser With WebThings

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Mozilla advances its IoT effort with WebThings, providing a gateway and a framework to help users connect devices in a secure way.
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How Allied Telesis Brings Unique Approach to WiFi

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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: A hybrid WiFi solution from Allied Telesis delivers the performance and reliability required to fuel digital transformation.
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White House Describes Its 5G Initiative

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NEW ANALYSIS: FCC Chairman, speaking at a White House briefing, announced a massive spectrum auction along with other measures to ease the move into 5G communications in the U.S.
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Why Qualcomm’s Potential Quantum AI Advantage Could Be Huge

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TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm is working on applying quantum field theory to deep-learning AI. This is an enormous potential game changer in several real-world scenarios.
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Top 10 SD-WAN Vendors

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Providers are scrambling to top each other in the wildly evolving software-defined WAN (wide-area network) space, because so much innovation has emanated from the sector.
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Why You Should Care about a Space-Based Internet

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NEWS ANALYSIS: The ITU has just approved Amazon’s plans for a network of 3,200 internet satellites, while the FCC has approved constellations of nearly 12,000 for SpaceX and 650 for OneWeb resulting in global coverage.
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Key Takeaways From Aruba's Atmosphere Conference

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Aruba held its Atmosphere user event last week in Las Vegas. Top themes at the event included WiFi, IoT, cloud, security and SD-WAN for SD-Branch.
Juniper Networks

Juniper Moves Its SD-WAN Into the Cloud

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The vendor’s strategy is part of a larger industry trend to expand SD-WAN beyond the WAN to encompass other areas, such as the LAN and the branch.
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Five Industries Already Channeling Autonomous Enterprise of Future

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eWEEK DATA POINTS: Bolstered by artificial intelligence, the network is becoming automated and intelligent—self-healing, and self-driving—freeing organizations to let go of drudge work and concentrate on creating greater competitive advantage and focusing on the customer experience.
Verizon.5G

Verizon Launches 5G Service in Two Cities

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NEWS ANALYSIS: 5G service in Chicago and Minneapolis is limited, phone availability is limited, but it works and it’s very fast.
Aruba Device Insight

Why Aruba Wants to Help Enterprises Adopt IoT

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Company officials rolled out ClearPass Device Insight and new access points to let organizations more easily manage the myriad devices connecting to their networks.
Intel Capital

Intel Capital Bets Big—$117M Investment in 14 Tech Startups

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Intel Capital has added 14 tech startups to its portfolio of investments in areas such as health care, communications and manufacturing. The record $117 million in funding was announced at Intel’s annual investor conference.

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