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Global chip shortage

Global chip shortage

Chip supply is critically endangered at an international level. The COVID-19 pandemic has distorted supply chains in the highly globalized semiconductor industry and shattered the economic forecasts of companies.   This has caused a shortage of components that affect all sorts of product manufacturing processes (especially technological ones). Introduction Chips are essential in many...

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Teleworking and security

Teleworking and security

In recent months we have seen how coronavirus has altered the traditional working model of many companies. We can always talk about Google, Microsoft or similar examples of companies that were already very advanced in teleworking. But, in this blog, we will focus on generally non-tech companies that in many cases were moderately prepared for this new work scenario and in others have had to...

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5 trends that will transform telecommunications in 2020

5 trends that will transform telecommunications in 2020

We are approaching the end of 2019 and the beginning of a new decade in which we are expecting amazing technological innovation capabilities. The last few years have seen repeated reports of trends, with much talk of 5G, cloud services, blockchain, edge computing, IoT, and so forth. A significant departure from previous years is foreseen in 2020, where certain technologies widely talked about...

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A little Smarketing please…

A little Smarketing please…

Most successful companies and corporations have professional sales and marketing teams. If we were to summarize the work of marketing specialists, we could say that it involves creating products and producing content (advertisements, resources, visual elements, etc.) that generate high value leads and which sales will use to close business operations and deals.   If sales and marketing are...

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Traditional routers (CPE) and their limitations

Traditional routers (CPE) and their limitations

For years, the data provision services offered by carriers had a common element: WAN routers or CPEs (Customer Premises Equipment). This hardware device allows the local network of an office to be connected to the corporate service network (thus granting access to everyday applications and the Internet). Generally speaking, CPEs are a proprietary “black box” with optimal settings and connection...

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Mobile networks. From 4G to 5G in 2020

Mobile networks. From 4G to 5G in 2020

Fifth generation mobile networks or 5G networks, are currently being developed and tested by several carriers with a view to commercial deployment in 2020. In comparison to its predecessor, 4G and variants, 5G’s main objectives are to offer: • High effective speeds (>1 Gbps) • Low latency (1 ms or less) • High density of connected devices • Minimum power requirements for IoT, sensors, remote...

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WPA3, the new safety standard for safer Wi-Fi networks

WPA3, the new safety standard for safer Wi-Fi networks

Nowadays, all offices, hotels, parks, hospitals and above all private domiciles, have Wi-Fi connectivity for laptops, tablets and smartphones. Likewise, we must consider the new lines of intelligent domestic equipment, also connected and remotely managed via Wi-Fi. There is, however, a question we all ask ourselves: how safe are wireless networks? Should a hacker access our Wi-Fi, they could...

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Access to guest networks

Access to guest networks

Nowadays, all companies provide their customers with Wi-Fi in some form or another. We find it in shopping malls, airports, restaurants, offices and even on transport. It is fair to say that Wi-Fi has become a commodity. Most customers want to connect to Wi-Fi services in the simplest way possible. Therefore, their preferred methods of accessing them might be an open Wi-Fi network or a password...

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Unattended services managed remotely

Unattended services managed remotely

Nowadays, devices that are operated remotely (i.e., without local staff to verify their working conditions or act in the event of an incident) offer many services to the public.Some examples are: remote ATMs, billboards, ticket vending machines, etc. Generally speaking, companies that offer this kind of services have centralized monitoring mechanisms that ensure their smooth operation and allow...

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