Having worked in the telecommunications industry my entire career, I am continually pleased to see the role that networks are playing in supporting people’s “new”, evolving lifestyles.
Imagine a world in which your entire house is connected with sensors for when you open doors and medicine cabinets. This is a living environment that benefits not only the aging person, but also those who love and care for them.
These are not normal times. In all of this, we can see first-hand the pivotal role broadband has in each of our communities.
Horowitz Research SVP Adriana Waterston delves into colorism: the practice of favoring lighter-skinned people over those who are darker-skinned.
Working in the cable industry, I focus on emerging services requiring network connectivity, which seem to be everything these days, from refrigerators to wearables to home assistant robots.
Parrot Analytics’ head of insights wonders if new SVOD Disney+ could be deemed overly reliant on Disney content, particularly classic children fare.