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.
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.
While speed will continue to be a major driver and differentiator of superior networks, lately another variable has been getting a good deal of attention: lower latency.
By Chris Bastian SVP, Engineering and CTO for SCTE•ISBE Following up on my CableFax 5G article in February, I’d like to expand on the opportunities that cable operators have to offer backhaul and fronthaul connectivity (known collectively as x-haul) to wireless operators. Let’s first start with an overview of the cellular architecture that the cable […]
Not only is energy management the right thing to do as good corporate stewards of the environment, but through wise management – including standardization and adoption of best practices – cable operators can save significant dollars in energy costs.
In the lead-up to Mobile World Congress, 5G continues to receive a lot of hype and media coverage, promised as the be-all/end-all for a customer’s connectivity needs.