Online Working and Gaming: The Home of Future from the Multi-Gigabit Connectivity Perspective (VIDEO)

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by Livia Rosu, HomeGrid Forum/GiGAWire Alliance

Today’s smart lifestyle requires a vastly enhanced security platform and a reliable connectivity backbone at all times. As safety challenges continue globally, millions of families are still getting confined to work or study from their homes. Businesses and consumers grow to expect higher Quality of Service, becoming critical to ensure a robust network, a low-latency solution to meet these ever-increasing demands.

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Changing the game with technology (VIDEO)

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by Doki Tops, Utomik

Cloud gaming has been a long time coming. The first cloud gaming experience was likely after the first introduction of remote desktop around the end of the 90’s early 2000’s. The first streamed game was likely patience. A lot of companies since have ventured into the cloud gaming dream of playing games remotely with ease. A lot of companies have failed partly due to technology problems.

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State of the Industry: what latency can we expect from our networks? (VIDEO)

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by Rudy Musschebroeck, CommScope

In recent years mobile and fixed network technologies have evolved, driven by an ever increasing need for bandwidth.

Today, a major shift is happening, moving the focus increasingly away from bandwidth to latency. In this presentation, an overview will be given of the state of different access technologies, both in fixed and wireless networks going from DSL over cable to fiber, 5G and WiFi.

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Wireless communication is actually a very strange term

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People – and animals – have been communicating wirelessly with each other since prehistoric times. And we’re not talking about burning wood to send smoke signals that Native Americans used to send to a tribe in another location, or by playing drums like one African tribe does to send a message to the other. No, wireless communication is what people always do when they talk to each other. After all, there is no wire between two faces at a short distance from one other. You can understand each other like that, even if, as is usual in times of corona, there is about a meter and a half distance between you and the other person.

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