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Texas' BIG 5G Event is fully back IN-PERSON after two painstakingly long years of disruption. The event will be taking place from May 16 to May 18 in Austin, Texas, at the Austin Convention Center and we are also extremely excited and proud to announce that Xunison will be attending the grand affair this year! We hope to see and meet users and other fellow industry partners during the BIG 5G Event, so mark the date on your calendars!
Being online all the time and remaining connected has become an integral part of our lives. We use our phones to navigate the world, check emails, and keep in touch with friends and family, especially those abroad. Today’s technology is so interconnected that it is nearly impossible to live a normal life without being exposed to the internet and the devices that connect us to the web. While we can think of many advantages that wireless connectivity has brought us, being online all the time has also made us vulnerable to hackers and cyber-criminals.
One would have expected to see flying cars and teleportation in 2022. Let's be honest, one of the most popular dreams as a child was having our own personal assistant robots who could do our tedious homework for us or get pending chores done. And while we can't see any automobiles soaring in the sky (as of yet), it is safe to say that technology has made huge advancements within the previous decade. Smart home automation systems and home robotics are one of the most prominent examples of us living in the future we previously contemplated.
Simply put, cloud computing refers to the delivery of a variety of computing services such as servers, storage, software, networking, software, analytics and intelligence over the internet or cloud. Cloud computing provides a plethora of benefits for both end-users and service providers, which is a major reason why many companies are switching to cloud computing technology — to run their businesses more efficiently and provide customers with the best experiences.
ARPU stands for average revenue per user or average revenue per unit. The ARPU formula is used to calculate the average revenue received per user or unit over a fixed period of time. It is a particularly useful calculation tool for businesses and companies in the telecommunication and media industries which rely on subscribers or users. The ARPU helps to deepen their analysis of growth potential and allows them to compare ARPU numbers from rivals in the same industry.
Many of us currently use Wifi routers with two frequency bands: the 2.4 GHz band and/or the 5GHz band. And with the arrival of Wifi 6E coming soon, coverage will be expanded to the 6GHz band as well. A frequency band, or wireless band, is how your wireless data gets transmitted. When you connect a phone, tablet or any other Wifi-enabled device to your Wifi router, it transmits a wireless signal to your device through radio waves that carry data. And these different frequencies separate single-band routers from dual-band routers and tri-band routers.
For most of us, staying connected and having internet access 24/7 is almost as essential as water, electricity and oxygen even — let's be honest. And post-pandemic, our Wifi-dependency has definitely increased. We have an urge to remain connected, whether we're outside or at home, and thanks to modern-day technology, internet speeds have never been faster with cable, fibre and even 5G. In contemporary times, not only do we use Wifi purely for entertainment purposes, but many peoples' livelihoods (remote jobs) depend on a sturdy, reliable Wifi connection.
Nowadays, integrating a security system into your home or workplace is as important as the lock on your doors. Without a monitoring system in place, your home/office is at risk for break-ins, thefts and destruction of property. Video monitoring systems allow users to monitor their residences or workplaces, and video storage plays a huge role in this. Without video storage, accessing your security footage would be impossible, rendering the entire system useless.