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The Practical Approach to Embracing Autonomous 5G Networks

AIOps is the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance IT operations, using machine learning, analytics, and large data sets. Interest in the field has grown significantly over the last few years as the volume…

Indra Nooyi Is Right About CSR — What It Means for Corporate Water Strategy

During my early days in sustainability consulting, the value proposition for sustainability was frequently framed as the “triple bottom line” and the “right thing to do.” My experience was that these value propositions gained very…

The Differences Between Early-Stage Funding and Late-Stage Funding for Energy Startups

As you’re seeking out funding for your business, you may go through several stages — and each one looks a little different. Early-stage fundraising will be drastically different from your late-stage funding efforts, too. As…

Senet and Helium Team Up To Bring Wireless IoT Network Coverage to Over 2,000 Cities, Major Ports and Key Logistics Corridors

On the heels of a partnership announcement earlier this year that Senet, a pioneer in cloud-based software and services for LoRaWAN network deployments had completed a network integration with Helium, a rapidly growing distributed networking…

Securing Smart Cities: Session Border Controllers Ensure Integrity With “Industrial Strength” at the Edge

With the recent rise of digitalization, Session Border Controller (SBC) technology has become more commonplace throughout various industries. Special-purpose devices protect and regulate IP communication flows while deployed at network borders to control IP communications…

What a Successful National Water Strategy Looks Like & Why It Matters

It is estimated that currently 844 million people live without clean water, and 2.3 billion people do not have access to basic sanitation, according to water.org. Water scarcity affects more than 40 percent of the world’s…

The Texas Nexus: What the Absence of Us Water Strategy Looks Like

The United States doesn’t have a national water strategy. It has no shortage of local, state, regional and federal regulations but ultimately no federal strategy. The country is a ship without a rudder. The U.S.…