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An Airport Pioneers Fast Data Connections David Freedman
By enlisting a little-used spectrum and new technology, a Dallas airport has pioneered ways for crowded venues to keep everyone online. As such approaches become commonplace, people will see blazing new connection speed.

6 Key Aspects of the 3GPP 5G Release 16 Steve Taranovich
5G New Radio (NR) reached a milestone on July 3, 2020, with Release 16 of the 5G standard. We’ll explore the six key aspects of the release, including sidelinking, multi-TRP, the unlicensed spectrum, and time-sensitive networking (TSN).

New Tech Tuesdays: Sound Solutions Start With Dante Audio Network Tommy Cummings
We’ll stay out of the analog-versus-digital debate. But we will review a versatile plug-and-play integrated audio system with available companion adapters that create a sound solution for all applications large and small in all types of venues.

Impact at the Edge Mark Patrick
Advances in machine learning and processor technology make it possible to move artificial intelligence out of large data centers and much closer to its point of application, such as the network edge. We will explore the new use cases for enabling AI by this approach.

Steps to Fortifying Your Home Security Jeff Fellinge
With the proliferation of IoT devices, more connected homes, and increasingly savvy attacks, it’s more important than ever to configure the broadband router or modem that connects your home to the internet appropriately.

Learn to Track Devices at DIGI, ElectriCities Webinar Tommy Cummings
DIGI and ElectriCities presenters will discuss how to gain complete visibility and control over distributed devices, enabling companies to scale, grow, and secure their networks in addition to getting notifications of security vulnerabilities and performing predictive maintenance.

DIGI Seminar Offers Insights into Remote Working Tommy Cummings
In a recent webinar, “Secure, Reliable Connections: Networking Strategies for Remote Workers,” co-sponsored by Mouser Electronics, DIGI offered insights into which of its products provide a safe remote working environment.

IoT: Past, Present, and Future M. Tim Jones
IoT forced a sea change in computing and network architectures. This was due to a variety of factors including quantities of end-devices, processing needs of those devices, and the need to instantly map changes in the device's environment to decisions. Explore IoT and how it's evolving.

Bluetooth Mesh Networks and Home Automation Traci Browne
Bluetooth Mesh, launched in 2017, addresses many of the shortcomings in existing home automation protocols already on the market. Find out how Bluetooth Mesh is poised to advance the home automation market.

“Think Like a Hacker” Part 1: Mindset, Kill Chain, and More Andrew Plato
Hackers approach their work much differently than engineers; rather than taking a systematic approach, they take a kill chain approach to exploit system vulnerabilities. What goes on inside a hacker’s mind is entertainment, chaos, and extreme volatility, so bring some coffee, and let’s delve inside.

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