Is the Internet a commodity or a basic human right? In early 2015, in his State of the Union Address, President Obama stated, “I intend to protect a free and open Internet, extend its reach to every classroom, and every community, and help folks build the fastest network.”
Acronyms are part of our speech in every region, background, and industry. Digital networking is no different. As in any industry with complex technical terms, network acronyms are as plentiful as people with individual names.
When or why would anyone want an FCC license? And if your interest is in fixed wireless internet solutions, should you be interested? After all, fixed wireless is transmitted across the airwaves, so it makes sense that the FCC would somehow be involved. And, if you are investigating fixed wireless solutions, FCC licensing is part of the overall mix.
Different businesses have varying internet service needs to carry out their work. Some need an always-on, high-speed connection that can carry huge amounts of data. Others need a readily available, stable connection through which to carry out transactions. Once you have decided on the internet service requirements for your business, there are still some important questions to ask before committing to an internet service provider (ISP).
While we all like to think we’re completely in charge of our decisions, most of us are far more susceptible to psychological influences than we realize. This isn’t only the case in our personal lives. At work too, many of the decisions we make are largely determined by forces we’re simply unaware of.
Near the end of 2017, the wireless industry collectively developed the first official 5G “5th generation” standard. How users of 5G will benefit remains to be seen, but the promised leap of technology with 5G networking looks to be a certain game-changer. AT&T plans to launch mobile 5G networking in the US this year, Verizon says it will launch home technology for users of 5G, and both T-Mobile and Sprint say that they're launching 5G phones early next year.
Ever wonder how MHO is different from other fixed-wireless providers? Get to know us through this infographic and see how we can help you and your business thrive.
No matter your particular industry, healthcare, hospitality, financial, government, multi-tenant commercial buildings, education, and more, internet access is crucial. With all the options available, it can, however, be difficult to decide what form of internet access is best for your organization. What are the advantages of fiber internet? Of fixed wireless internet? In the past, the high-end default option was fiber. Now, installing fixed wireless internet should be given a closer look.
Topics: Dedicated Internet, Multi-Tenant Internet, Low Latency, Internet Service Provider (ISP), Business Internet, Connectivity, High Speed Internet, Financial Institutions, Healthcare Providers, Cloud
For most people outside of the tech industry, the word “redundancy” likely conjures phrases such as “sum total” or brings to mind the face of an employee who’s no longer necessary. But in the realm of networking, redundancy is a sought-after element of a reliable network. Think of it as a spare tire or an insurance policy in case your connection collapses