Liberalization of the railway sector

railwayThe liberalization of the railway passenger market is scheduled to take place in 2020, and forms part of a Europe-wide liberalization of passenger transport aiming to open the market to more competition with larger benefits to consumers. When we turn our attention to the benefits to passengers, not everything has to be about lowering prices – as occurred with the liberalization of air transport a few years ago. The airline sector did indeed see a big reduction in prices, particularly imposed by low-cost airlines.

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Raquel Jimeno: Expert in advanced networking with more than 10 years of experience in service engineering at Teldat. Currently, she is part of the R&D Department and within this Department she is the Quality Assurance Manager for the Teldat SD-WAN solution.

Open Source or Proprietary software?

Open sourceOpen source software landed more than thirty years ago, but over the past few years we have seen a tremendous growth in the open source software community, taking a stronger hold in the market in comparison to proprietary software (closed source software). Indeed, before proprietary software was a clear leader. However, the tendency is changing, as more and more CIO’s and CTO’s are moving towards open source. During 2018 we have seen many of the world’s top software companies recognize this phenomenon and have directly acquired various major open source companies. Some of the acquisitions announced last year were huge and were even placed in the top ten acquisitions ever made in the technology sector.

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Javier García: Business Studies & Marketing. Online Marketing Manager within the Teldat Corporate Marketing department 

New technologies in healthcare

healthcareIf there’s a sector that is at the fore of technology, it’s medicine, applying new techniques that allow us to improve our quality of life.
In this blog post, I don’t want to focus on the latest technological advances, I want to focus on how new communications paradigms and new technologies, which are at our fingertips, can be used to improve healthcare.

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Dan Peinador: Telecommunications Engineer. Technical Director for NRP Software Peninsular, company that has developed various computing projects for Teldat

Neighbor monitoring in Wi-Fi access points

wifi enviormentsToday, all machines need to communicate with each other. The fact that they are heavier than other technologies is the reason why the Internet has become so fundamental in our everyday lives. This would never have been possible, however, without wireless communication, that is, devices capable of connecting to each other using electromagnetic waves in the air.

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Francisco Javier Gutierrez: Telematics Engineer. He is part of Teldat's R&D Department. Within this department he is part of the new generation access points team

Cloud as the answer to the challenges of WAN

Cloud computingIt is no secret today that the world is changing, and this is also true for the world of WAN – Wide Area Network. The digital transformation we are currently experiencing with the popularization of technology in all aspects of our daily lives is also generating new challenges for the world of Networking, and we can see this reflected in the latest market reports on SD-WAN.

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Fabian Calvo: Computer Sciences Engineer, Teldat Manager for the Cloud platform operation SD-WAN