40% of Enterprises Will Go "Wi-Fi First" by 2020

Ethernet cabling remains the mainstay for enterprise data connections, but Wi-Fi is becoming a “first choice” of employees, for a number of reasons. By 2018, 40 percent of enterprises will specify Wi-Fi as the default connection for non-mobile devices, such as desktops, desk phones, projectors, conference room, Gartner analysts now predict. User reliance on mobility is key. In the emerging economies, users are adopting smartphones as their exclusive mobile devices while in developed economies, multi-device households are becoming the norm, with tablets growing at the fastest rate of any computing device, Gartner says

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40% of Enterprises Will Go "Wi-Fi First" by 2020

Influencing IEEE 802.3 Ethernet innovation

With 1-Gbps server interconnections as the mainstay for years, data centers are moving to 10 Gbps and appear poised to make relatively rapid leaps …

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Influencing IEEE 802.3 Ethernet innovation

Can T-Mobile Climb to 3rd Spot on Strength of Prepaid?

The logic behind the T-Mobile USA

23% of U.S. Business Sites Now are Fiber-Served

What percentage of U.S. business locations would you suggest now have optical fiber connections available to them? According to Vertical Systems Group, just 23 percent of U.S. sites and 15 percent of sites in Europe have optical access. While most large enterprise locations in the United States and Europe are fiber-connected, small and medium business sites generally are underserved with fiber from any service provider.

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23% of U.S. Business Sites Now are Fiber-Served

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