There’s a lot to look forward to about 802.11ax, aka Wi-Fi 6, just don’t expect it to be a top-to-bottom revolution in 2020.
Stories by Jon Gold
Mobile operators and their suppliers are hyping up 5G technology for the coming year, but general availability is still years away.
It’s the edge without the need for edge hardware, according to Verizon and Amazon, but limited 5G coverage will stall availability.
The next calendar year will be the one that propels edge computing into the enterprise technology limelight for good, according to Forrester Research.
A look at some of the pros and cons of IoT services from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon
IBM’s Kareem Yusuf talks smart maintenance systems, workforce expertise and some IoT use cases you might not have thought of.
One difficulty designing Internet of Things implementations is the large number of moving parts.
Microsoft says default passwords, unpatched devices, poor inventory of IoT gear led to exploits against companies by Russia's STRONTIUM hacking group.
Farmers use LoRaWAN wireless with internet of things devices that monitor the health and location of beef cattle, and restaurant chains use it to network IoT sensors that signal temperature shifts in commercial refrigerators.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance’s advice for enterprise use of the upcoming Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard covers AP placement, spectrum and planning.
Experts say the company’s close ties with the Chinese government raise concerns, but there’s no real reason to panic.
Quantum technology’s set to make public-key infrastructure obsolete before too long, but it might also keep your data secure.
Mobile World Congress, the wireless industry’s big annual showcase, featured a heavy emphasis on 5G, the next generation of licensed mobile networks.
A new group called LF Edge is pushing for an open unified framework that will promote plug-and-play interoperability, cloud provisioning, other streamlining to improve edge networks.
Spinning the company’s Predix IIoT platform into its own company pulls GE's approach to the technology back into line with the competition.