Slow internet connections are frustrating, both for consumers as well as for internet service providers (ISPs), who understand how costly this can be. Customers can easily move to a different service provider simply because of slow or intermittent internet connection experiences.
Whether working from home or at their office, online meetings have become the go-to option over the last year since the onset of COVID-19. IT support professionals scrambled to ensure that users can use their built-in microphones and speakers for online meetings and depending on the age of the hardware, resulted in more IT support tickets with users complaining about bad quality.
As work-from-home and remote work continue to increase, cloud- or web-based platforms have played an invaluable role. These platforms include Zoom, MS Teams, Google, Slack, and Blue Jeans, which makes compatibility an essential component in modern work environments.
In today’s era of constant technological advancement, AI, machine learning, cloud, and big data, there is a constant requirement for reliable connectivity between people, machines, and infrastructure across all market verticals.
As WiFi has evolved from WiFi 4, 5, and now to 6 (802.11ax), WiFi now offers the stability required for voice transmission and there are superb products on the market to make voice-over-WiFi the first choice, especially for consumers and home offices.
DECT or Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications is a wireless standard used for home or office phones that allows users to make and receive phone calls without the handset physically connected to the phone or base station.
Grey products, or grey imports, are products that are imported into the country outside the authorised distribution channels. While it is not strictly illegal, it does come with certain pitfalls or risks to your business.
Wireless technology and development are keeping pace with the data demands brought on by more connected users and bandwidth-hungry applications.
Wi-Fi 6 brings WLAN performance to a new level with aggregate throughput potential measured in Gigabits per second.
The Internet of Things or IoT is essentially the ability to connect devices and or people to the internet through the use of various devices and sensors, and Teltonika Telematics is a prime example of how their solutions can be used for Fleet Management in the IoT space.
As Wi-Fi has evolved from Wi-Fi 4, 5, and now to 6 (802.11ax) so has the misgivings around the common challenges such as packet loss and jitter that made for unreliable voice calls over Wi-Fi Networks. Wi-Fi now offers the stability required for voice and there are superb products on the market to make voice-over-WiFi the first choice, especially for consumers and home offices.
When designing a surveillance solution, it is crucial to consider all aspects such as environment, bandwidth, lighting and storage to name a few. Even something as trivial as frame rate can cause significant degradation in system performance.
MiRO offers all the components to provide power to electronic devices to keep you going during load-shedding.