When novel technology receives its 15 seconds of glory, reactions can span from healthy pessimism to “I can’t wait for it to be the next decade to already begin!”—think Google’s self-driving car. The Internet of Things (IoT) is such a phenomenon. According to Gartner inc., the technology research and advisory
Many businesses are upgrading their analog surveillance systems to IP cameras. IP cameras provide a better resolution with higher pixel density in comparison to analog cameras which have been using the same technology invented since the 1950’s to supply their video source. IP cameras make it simple for expanding businesses to add additional cameras with
Customer.io CEO Colin Nederkoorn made headlines when he decided to stream Netflix at 3000kbps through a VPN service and found out that Verizon capped his data at an appalling .373 mbps when using Netflix. For the past month, Netflix has engaged Verizon in a public war of net neutrality accusing Verizon of intentionally lagging streaming speeds of Netflix users.
The FCC has yet to determine whether
Today, Power over Ethernet effectively powers over 100 million end devices which are deployed in various applications including IP phones or wireless access points. With the technology’s limited power provision, PoE does have limitations, but that is all going to change. The introduction of the brand new IEEE 802.3bt PoE standard doubles and possibly can even triple the amount of power
IEEE officially announced the launch of three projects and an efficient connection platform to expand the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standard. IEEE is currently making modifications to the base standard to allow for the expansion of the capabilities of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standard. The organization is working to meet the requirements of industries all around the world and to meet demand
Network administrators have a variety of Power over Ethernet standards to meet their networking demands. The power levels within the IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at PoE standards feature a variety of classes. These classes include four levels: zero through three. The IEEE 802.3at standard includes an extra fifth class. These