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The fast development in network multimedia tools have let extra real-time digital companies such as for instance as an example video-conferencing, online games and distance knowled...
The quick growth in network multimedia equipments have allow additional real-time digital services such as video-conferencing, online games and distance education to develop to be ...
Algorithm for Calculating QoS Parameters of Video Conferencing and Video on Demand Services in Wireless Next Generation Networks
The standardization of 5G wireless next generation networks is planned to be started by 3GPP consortium in 2020. Nevertheless, for today, there is the lack of QoS related 3GPP and ...
Will Kelly looks at three enterprise-messaging platforms that get mobility right in terms of features and usability.
Many digital services, such as confidential video conferencing, medical, military imaging systems and the rapid progress of Internet, require reliable security and encryption in re...
Moxtra, a secure binder for iOS devices, is a great option for project teams that work with multiple documents.
CES 2014 peddled its usual flurry of announcements and activity, but was there anything worth getting excited about for professionals? TechRepublic lists its top picks.
A Framework for the Performance Improvement to Minimize Queuing Delay and Packet Loss Rate in WiMAX 16m Networks
IEEE 802.16m standard redefined with many improvements to offer the users with better Quality of Service (QoS) and seamless mobility. Emerging multimedia services like immersive en...
IEEE 802.16 is also known as WiMAX was developed to produce high performance in Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) systems with a lower deployment cost than wired broadband services. ...
Patrick Gray discusses the need for more wireless options when it comes to screen sharing with tablets and laptops in conference rooms.