By Randall Restle, Digi-Key Electronics Vice President, Applications Engineering
Recognizing that before a part can be used, a symbol of it must be made for the schematic and a PCB footprintor decal for PCB layout.
By Duanne Breeden, VP-IT, nTelos
On joining a a combined wireless and wireline telecommunications carrier in 1999, I quickly learned that there were two technology departments within a tele
By Jennifer Shepherd, Director, Global Sourcing and Procurement, Russell Investments
It is common for companies to outsource telecom expense management (TEM) to a third party (think Tangoe, IBM Rivermine, MDSL). And, why not?
By Craig Wigginton, Vice Chairman & U.S. Telecommunications leader, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Major Marketplace Drivers The big challenge—which also presents a major growth opportunity for the sector—is that consumers are addicted to connectivity and speed.
By Julie Stafford, SVP Strategic Consulting, Tangoe
Get ready for another major shift in the way corporations manage their mobile telecommunications and costs.
By Daniel Herb, Director of IoT, T-Mobile US
Mobile carriers have always faced a stack of challenges which reflect the three nested business models within a mobile service provider: a retail merchandizer, a network operator, and a network builder.
By Jill Nelson, Founder & CEO, Ruby Receptionists
Back in January, Facebook VP of Messaging Products David Marcus raised eyebrows when he predicted the disappearance of the phone number.
By Brian Thomason, CEO/GM, Blue Valley Tele-Communications
Rural Telecom setting trends in the IT world may sound far-fetched and beyond the scope of reasonableness. However, there is both a logical path.
By Craig Wigginton, Vice Chairman & U.S. Telecom Leader, Deloitte LLP
Even though Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (AR and VR) are still emerging technologies they represent a relatively quick adaption curve.