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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Enterprise Networking Mag
March 14, 2019

Enterprise Networking Mag Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
An alliance of organizations, industry associations, and regulatory authorities across the globe have been working to develop and test 5G technologies over the last few years.
VoIP devices and services provide companies to make communication easy with their long-distance consumers or clients.
Today Businesses depend on the technology—everything from email correspondence, financial transactions and collaborative work documents to professional documents to conduct work efficiently.
Featured Vendors
Delivers on-demand infrastructure, automation, web-based portals and APIs to enable ubiquitous global connectivity.
Offers Sangoma’s PBXact, a unique and modern communications platform along with state-of-the-art VoIP solutions.
Provides intelligent network automation software in a low-code environment for large enterprises and service providers.
CIO Viewpoint
Krish Mani, CIO, JELD-WEN
In the building or consumer industry, this is all about owning the consumer experience life cycle.
Vincent J. Simonowicz, CIO, City of Rock Hill, SC
The focus should be security and segmentation first; monitoring and control second; and culminate with excellent service delivery.
CXO Insights
By Christos Karmis, President & CEO, Mobilitie
LAA and LWA both augment a MNO’s licensed spectrum by utilizing unlicensed 5GHz spectrum in the Wi-Fi band to provide additional capacity and higher data throughput.
By Ken Paker, CTO, TDS Telecommunications LLC
Engineering teams from all over the country were consolidated, and I worked to institute various processes around technology integration. Internet technology was evolving every three to five years, and we had to keep adjusting.