Technology

New HUBER+SUHNER antenna harnesses 5G and Wi-Fi 6E for industrial applications

As Industry 4.0 evolves and data flows continue to grow rapidly, industrial applications can harness the power of 5G and Wi-Fi 6E like never before with the new HUBER+SUHNER SENCITY® OMNI-M antenna.

Addressing the move towards interconnectivity, automation, machine learning and real-time data to create smart factories, this new omni-directional antenna enables fast and reliable data transmission via 5G and Wi-Fi 6E networks to support automated production and operations.

Infovista listed in 2022 Gartner® Market Guide for CSP Service and Network Assurance Solutions

Automated assurance and operations are identified as crucial for CSPs’ improvement in customer experience

Paris, France – August 4th, 2022 – Infovista, the global leader in network lifecycle automation (NLA), is today recognized in the Market Guide for CSP Service and Network Assurance Solutions (S&NA) by Gartner Inc. In the Market Guide, Gartner outlines how “service and network assurance modernization is crucial for many CSP objectives such as automated operations, improvement in customer experience, intent-driven orchestration and enhanced 5G services. CSP CIOs can use the Market Guide in planning and sourcing assurance solutions”.

Rajant’s Fourth-Generation Breadcrumb FE1 Peregrine Successfully Deployed by A Large Anglo American Platinum Opencast Mine in South Africa

In One Year the FE1 Product Line Has Ramped to #1 Volume for Mines Worldwide

Malvern, PA – August 2, 2022: Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, reports the successful deployment of its fourth-generation BreadCrumb® Peregrine, which provides a 4-6x increase in overall throughput capacity enabling a host of new applications. The Peregrine deployments, the first in South Africa with Anglo American, support applications for mine production systems, including proximity detection, fatigue management, and tele-remote drilling.

Innovation in 3D printing - Fraunhofer IGD develops new process for the avoidance of stair-step artifacts

Scientists at Fraunhofer IGD have devised a purely geometric and algorithmic method for the elimination of stair-step artifacts in multi-material 3D printing. To avoid quantization errors, the surface of the object is modulated with a high-frequency signal. This results in geometrically accurate and color-true surfaces. The research team have set down their findings in a paper – Shape Dithering for 3D Printing – which will be published to coincide with SIGGRAPH, the premier conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques.

Intelligent Automation: The Winning Variable in a World of Constant Change

“The only thing constant is change.” The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus spoke these wise words long ago – but little did he know they would ring truer today than ever before.

Change – disruptive change, to be exact – has become so pervasive that we’ve come to expect it. In fact, it seems to be the one thing we can count on in these uncertain times. But that doesn’t mean it’s predictable.

Kofax Announces 2022 Customer Excellence Award Winners for Digital Workflow Transformation

London, July 21 2022 – Kofax®, a leading supplier of Intelligent Automation software for digital workflow transformation, today announces the winners of its 2022 Customer Excellence Awards at Kofax Accelerate, the company's annual virtual customer event. Customers who received awards are honored for their stand-out achievements with Kofax products, and for demonstrating the ability to Work Like Tomorrow™ – today. Nominations were submitted for recognition across award categories for the Americas, EMEA and APAC regions:

New LTE700 antenna from HUBER+SUHNER empowers mission-critical networks

As the amount of data traffic for mission critical networks continues to grow, this directly impacts the requirement for a broader frequencies range. To meet the challenge of this increasing demand, HUBER+SUHNER has developed the LTE700 antenna, the latest addition to the Special Communication portfolio, enabling reliable communication for private and mission critical networks.

The LTE700 antenna operates between a range of 698 – 960 MHz and is able to empower private networks across a number of verticals, from private business operations such as smart metering and smart grids, to blue-light and emergency service communications, traditionally found in the lower frequency bands.

Westcon-Comstor wins best UK apprenticeship scheme for the third time

Judges of the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards praised Westcon-Comstor’s dedication to nurturing the next generation of tech leaders

LONDON, UK – 19 July 2022 – Westcon-Comstor, the global technology provider and specialist distributor, celebrated a new win at the CRN’s Sales and Marketing Awards 2022, taking home ‘best graduate and/or apprentice scheme’ award for the third year. Launched in 2017 as a direct response to the IT industry’s skills gap, Westcon-Comstor’s apprenticeship scheme has gone from strength to strength, with 76% of apprentices being offered roles within the company in the UK.