Carl Ford : 4G: For Generations to Come
Carl Ford

Reviewed: Tech Armor Wireless Car Charger, Air Vent Car Mount

The smartphone has become indispensable as a traveling companion. It's almost always better than whatever navigation and audio options which come with a...

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ITEXPO #SuperShow: The One Event Tech Buyers Should Attend Each Year

Time is limited and the only constant in tech is change. In this environment, our challenge at TMC has been to evolve...

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Could iOS 12 Be Responsible for Stock Losses?

Please excuse the simplistic headline - economies and stocks must absorb many factors such as inverted yield curves and arrests of execs...

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Telestax Hires Paul Doscher as CEO to Accelerate Growth

In the race to get carriers ready for CPaaS 2.0, Telestax has named Paul Doscher as Chief Executive Officer and member of...

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LicensingLive 2018 Live Blog #LLUS2018

For reference - check out the last LicensingLive Live Blog we wrote in 2016.----It's 9:30 am PST Nov 13th in San Jose...

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Cloudonix Boosts its CPaaS Solution

CPaaS is an exciting space and Cloudonix is one of the growing players in the area, making it easier for developers to...

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MicroCorp Continues to Grow in SD-WAN, UC, Cloud and MPLS

As global enterprises are embracing SD-WAN and the move to the cloud, we decided to reach out for an exclusive interview with...

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Net Neutrality

November 9, 2011

Interview with Carol Davids of IIT and the RTC Lab

October 28, 2011

The Power at the Edge

October 28, 2011

People are expecting that the way they communicate in their everyday life is all part of the services they buy with their phone.  The regulatory concepts of access and content mean little to end user.  They expect that everything works, and they have not noticed that everything does not work together. The Real time communications event did a nice job of exploring that opportunity. 

Interview with Chris Mayer, Verizon VP

October 25, 2011

4G LTE It's Rockin The Speeds and Feeds.

October 25, 2011

It’s hard to argue with common sense.

 

For those who don’t know Verizon is making it happen with over 160 cities turned up so far with amazing speeds above their promised numbers.  Once the load gets on the network they will deliver what they promised, but as Chris points out it’s hard to imagine an application for consumers that notices the difference between 10 MB down and 21 MB down.

While attending the IIT RTC event I was fortunate to interview with Chris Mayer of Verizon about the state of 4G LTE.  Chris is involved in the development and design of systems integration and testing and his insight as to where we stand with Verizon Wireless 4G LTE roll out is informative. 

Envy + Google

August 3, 2011

A Little Leavity For These Times

August 2, 2011

Devcon5 New Additions

July 25, 2011

The Plus in Google+ may mean Therapy

July 14, 2011

Transcript of the ICC & FUSF conference call on the FCC NPRM

February 25, 2011