Archive | May, 2016

Bandwidth Crunch: Consequences

Anyone who has had a dropped call, inability to connect or complete a call due to network overload, app failure, latency delay in video or online game has experienced a localized version of a bandwidth crunch. Those failures and inconveniences will become more frequent if usage exceeds wireless bandwidth capacity. As just one example, a […]

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Spectrum Increases Spur Greater Economic Growth Than Any Other Business Sector

Increases in wireless spectrum have created enormous economic impacts in the American economy and do so with a greater benefit per dollar invested than any other business sector. In the three years between 2011 and 2014, the wireless industry’s contribution to the U.S. GDP increased from $146.2 billion in 2011 to reach $194.8 billion per […]

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The $13-Billion-Dollar Second: This is How Tiny Delays From A Bandwidth Crunch Can Sabotage Online Revenues

The $13-Billion-Dollar Second: This is How Tiny Delays From A Bandwidth Crunch Can Sabotage Online Revenues The overarching importance of adequate wireless bandwidth comes into sharp financial focus when giants like Amazon and Google look deeply into what can happen to their revenues when delays annoy today’s increasingly impatient consumers. This is especially critical now […]

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The Bandwidth Crunch is Real: Wide Public/Private Agreement

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Cellular Telephone Industry Association (CTIA), GSMA, private industry and the White House are all in agreement that there is a looming bandwidth crunch that would pose a threat to the future and financial stability of the $3.1 trillion global wireless industry1. North American wireless revenues alone account for $670 billion […]

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TM TACT Core & The Principles of FPGAs

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are one vital implementation device for TM Technologies’ Core Series products. For that reason we believe the following article from Electronic Design offers a valuable overview of the technology for those who may be unfamiliar with this particular type of semiconductor. “Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) were introduced more than three decades […]

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