Recently, I sat down with NovoLogic President and CEO, Burke Allen, to talk about the partnership with Global Capacity and making history as the first corporation in Lawrenceville - the second oldest city in the state of Georgia - to be connected to a fiber-optic network.
Machine-to-machine (M2M) communication has a bright future. With better sensors, wireless networks and increased computing capabilities, deploying M2M makes sense for many sectors. Every day, business owners, engineers, scientists, doctors and many others are finding ways to use this new communications tool. Research from Infonetics shows that as businesses increasingly look to the Internet of Things (IoT) to grow and expand, investment in M2M network connectivity solutions is set to triple by 2018.
In the not-too-distant past, students didn’t need much more than pencil and paper to get through a school year. But today, nothing could be farther from the truth, where we now inhabit an ultra-connected, high speed educational era of which the Internet plays an increasingly vital role.
This year’s TelcoVision 2013 in Las Vegas brought together many innovative players in the communication space, all who provided the kind of highly-coveted insight and knowledge that players in today’s high stakes game need to know if they want to win big.