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The Internet of Things accelerates into 2015

The Internet of Things attracted plenty of hype in 2014, but Macario Namie, VP Marketing at IoT platform provider, Jasper, argues that 2015 will see real growth in a number of verticals with many others following in their wake

22 Jan 2015 05:00 PM

UK public sector should embrace the cloud for flexible working

The UK Government is looking to push more ICT onto the G-Cloud and with new legislation allowing public sector staff to request flexible working, Cem Ahmet, sales director at Gamma Business Communications, argues the Cloud is the right platform to enable this

08 Jan 2015 11:08 AM

Digital professional radio market continues to expand

PMR users are increasingly migrating to cost optimised digital radio technologies as a wider choice of vendors, standards and applications, combined with lower prices, encourages them to make the move, James Atkinson reports

23 Dec 2014 04:45 PM

Broadband LTE and the evolution of critical communications

4G LTE services have the potential to dramatically increase the communication technology available to emergency services, although budgetary and spectrum issues may inhibit fast adoption, as Thomas Lynch of IHS explains

23 Dec 2014 12:53 PM

Consumerisation trend drives rugged device evolution

The large format rugged mobile device industry is undergoing a revolution as users demand a more consumer product feel and Android takes an even greater share of the market, as Kate O’Flaherty reports

23 Dec 2014 12:41 PM

Small rugged devices deliver robustness with a consumer-like experience

Companies want to provide their workers with small form-factor, ruggedised devices that have the usability of a smartphone but also offer task-specific, specialised capabilities. There is still a clear need for purpose-built devices to meet the needs of professional users, writes George Malim

23 Dec 2014 12:19 PM

Healthcare goes mobile with connected devices

Connected healthcare goes beyond telemedicine to provide mobile monitoring outside the clinical environment. A wide range of connected devices and apps is being developed using different connectivity solutions, as James Atkinson reports

23 Dec 2014 12:14 PM

Cornwall Community Hospital harnesses Wi-Fi for a fully integrated system

Cornwall Community Hospital in Ontario, Canada, has deployed Meru 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Cloud services to help it meet clinical goals and provide the springboard for achieving HIMSS Stage 6

23 Dec 2014 11:22 AM

Making the most of hospital Wi-Fi

UK NHS Trusts are expanding their Wi-Fi networks beyond clinical services to not only provide patient and guess Internet access, but increasingly to push content, as Matt O’Donovan, CEO of WiFi SPARK, explains to James Atkinson

10 Dec 2014 05:02 PM

Surge of health gadgets results in Big Data

Mobile networks need to be optimised if wearable healthcare devices and the Big Data they provide are to take off. SDN, NFV and the Cloud will help provide the right solutions by making networks more agile and to move capacity to where it is required, argues Nick Ilyadis, Broadcom CTO, Infrastructure & Networking Group

10 Dec 2014 04:51 PM

Talking mannequins

Icom’s IP Advanced Radio System is providing an innovative connectivity solution at Aintree Hospital’s Centre of Simulation and Patient Safety, as marketing director Ian Lockyer explains

10 Dec 2014 04:23 PM

Transforming the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Contractor BAM Nuttall harnessed a wireless solution from Trellisworks to help it turn the 2012 Olympic site into a public park. James Atkinson reports

10 Dec 2014 04:02 PM

Ofcom should make new spectrum available free and unlicensed

Nick Johnson, CTO of small cell systems vendor and manufacturer ip.access, argues that the UK telecommunications regulator should not auction off new spectrum but reserve it for unlicensed use

27 Nov 2014 04:01 PM

Motorola Solutions looks to mission and business critical intelligence

Mission critical communications networks are beginning to change as traditional networks designed around voice look to incorporate data services. Paul Steinberg, CTO at Motorola Solutions, sees a change in approach happening, as he explains to Wireless editor James Atkinson

24 Nov 2014 03:09 PM

PMR a ‘fundamental prerequisite for UK economy’, says FCS

Wireless editor James Atkinson reports from the Federation of Communication Services Business Radio Event, which aimed to provide attendees with a view of how the sector is developing

18 Nov 2014 11:07 PM

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