The Network of 2020, what should CxOs expect?

Being an analyst I’m often asked to look ahead and predict what markets will look like in three to five years. Recently, I’ve been asked that if I were to design a next-generation network, which would be fully operational by 2020, what would it look like? The network industry has gone through more change in the past two years than it had gone through in the previous two decades so a network in 2020 will look significantly different than the networks of today.

Being an analyst I’m often asked to look ahead and predict what markets will look like in three to five years. Recently, I’ve been asked that if I were to design a next-generation network, which would be fully operational by 2020, what would it look like? The network industry has gone through more change in the past two years than it had gone through in the previous two decades so a network in 2020 will look significantly different than the networks of today.

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In Depth: Microsoft HoloLens offers a kind of magic virtual reality can’t

Someone standing 10 feet away from me is making furious pinching motions in the air, aiming in my direction. To an observer not wearing Microsoft HoloLens, this person might look foolish, even bizarre.

Someone standing 10 feet away from me is making furious pinching motions in the air, aiming in my direction. To an observer not wearing Microsoft HoloLens, this person might look foolish, even bizarre.

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Groundbreaking “Smart Device” Provides Comfort to Children in Healthcare

SAN DIEGO, April 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — BIGaVu, LLC, a San Diego, CA start-up, today announced that it will be unveiling prototypes of its IoT focused “smart comfort device” that utilize its proprietary technology in Laguna Niguel, CA during the PEDS2040 Conference, which is being held from January 7th through January 9th.

SAN DIEGO, April 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — BIGaVu, LLC, a San Diego, CA start-up, today announced that it will be unveiling prototypes of its IoT focused “smart comfort device” that utilize its proprietary technology in Laguna Niguel, CA during the PEDS2040 Conference, which is being held from January 7th through January 9th.

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In depth: How your phone will soon control your entire house

Just phone home

Since the jazzy heyday of 80s sci-fi movies, we’ve been promised houses that respond to our every whim.

Music following us from room to room, heating that knows how warm you want to be all the time and maybe even a robot butler for good measure.

Just phone home

Since the jazzy heyday of 80s sci-fi movies, we’ve been promised houses that respond to our every whim.

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Amazon Tap review – CNET

Like the wired Amazon Echo smart speaker before it, the battery-powered, $130 Amazon Tap speaker is a multi-talented device. Via Bluetooth, you can stream audio to the Tap from a smart phone.

Like the wired Amazon Echo smart speaker before it, the battery-powered, $130 Amazon Tap speaker is a multi-talented device. Via Bluetooth, you can stream audio to the Tap from a smart phone. Connect the Tap to Wi-Fi and it can also play music directly from Amazon Prime Music or other popular streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora.

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Hands-on review: Updated: iPad Pro 9.7

Update: iPad Pro 9.7 has launch to the world and we’re now meticulously testing Apple’s new tablet. Stayed tuned for the full review. Here’s what we think so far.

This is the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

Update: iPad Pro 9.7 has launch to the world and we’re now meticulously testing Apple’s new tablet. Stayed tuned for the full review. Here’s what we think so far.

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