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Telehealth: Facilitating Communications for Mental Healthcare

Mental health is an essential part of overall healthcare.  Unfortunately, the prevalence and impact of mental health conditions are significant. In the U.S., for example, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and the National Institute of Mental Health indicates that 1 in 5 Americans live

5G Fixed Wireless Access

What’s 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) Technology?

5G FIXED WIRELESS ACCESS | WHAT IS IT? 5G Fixed Wireless Access, or FWA, is an established means of providing internet access to homes using wireless mobile network technology rather than fixed lines. While FWA can often prove more convenient to set up, its key


Who is the world’s largest chip vendor?

If you analyze the data from a financial analyst perspective and look only at the top line, it appears that Samsung has captured the #1 position. If you look more closely at the actual revenue generated by the individual companies from the sale of their


LIDAR is set to change how we drive. Here’s how it works

LIDAR technology has been around for decades and used in everything from spacecraft and robots, to speed guns. It also happens to be one of the technologies driving the development of autonomous vehicles. Driverless cars may not be a widespread reality on the roads just

Big Data in healthcare

5 ways Big Data can be used by Healthcare Industry

Big Data has rapidly made its way into a wide range of industries. Healthcare is ripe for big data initiatives—as one of the largest and most complex industries in the United States, there is an incredible number of potential applications for predictive analytics. While some


Blockchain Fuel Finance Startup

Bitcoin was hailed as the digital currency of a utopian future, but, at least in the US, few people use it. (At, the first major retailer to accept bitcoin, it accounts for less than 0.1 percent of sales.) What is taking off, however, is


HetNet infrastructure a $15 Billion opportunity

latest report indicates that mobile operators will spend more than $15 Billion on small cells, carrier Wi-Fi, C-RAN (Centralized RAN) and DAS (Distributed Antenna System) networks, by the end of 2017. Driven by the growing demand for in-building wireless coverage and the huge influx of