Multi-Billion Dollar Mesh Technology Becoming More Valuable For Growing Number of Industries
Palm Beach, FL – (September 18, 2018) – The wireless mesh technology market has quickly become one of the most valuable and lucrative sectors within the greater technology industry. A primary reason for this could easily be tagged to the advancements of MESH platforms that have allowed other forms of technology to become increasingly efficient while also leveraging various forms of technology to work hand in hand and create unique processes. According to a study conducted by Grand View Research, the MESH market will be valued near $12 billion by 2025 as this space continues to grow at a rapid pace. MESH networking has become one of the cost-effective methods for extending wireless coverage more broadly into end-user markets and businesses while additional developments in the mesh technology world have been headlined by advancements in tracking applications, allowing for uses in a variety of industries that require detailed measurements and logging. Active tech companies in the markets this week include Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTC:GOPH), QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM), Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE:JNPR), Mitel Networks Corporation (NASDAQ:MITL), International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM).
Gopher Protocol Inc. (OTCQB:GOPH) BREAKING NEWS: Gopher Protocol, a company specializing in the creation of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies, including a global platform with both mobile and fixed solutions, announced today that it is moving to Alpha hardware design of its MESH system node unit. Mesh Network (also referred to Mesh Topology) is a network topology in which devices are connected with many other interconnections between network nodes. In a true mesh topology every node has a connection to every other node in the network. A node is in a location processing unit. A node can be any device that is connected to the network, such as a computer, transceiver, printer or any similar device. Every node has a unique network address, sometimes called a Data Link Control (DLC) address or Media Access Control (MAC) address. Gopher has moved to the MESH network node hardware design, where it will seek to address critical topics like GPS sync, signal lose, providing an alternative RTC (Real Time Clock) solution in order to maintain continuous system’s operation and powerful MCU (Microcontroller Unit) selection in order to ensure fast and reliable response.
“The node hardware design is a major step in our MESH system design and we are investing extra efforts to provide smart and efficient functionality” stated Danny Rittman, Gopher’s Chief Technology Officer. “We are reviewing GPS modules and in parallel looking to ensure continuous operation in the event of a GPS signal lose” continued Dr. Rittman. “It is our goal to maintain the system’s smooth operation especially in times when GPS signal sync is lost. In order to achieve this goal, we are investing in the design of the RTC (Real Time Clock) sub-system. When developed, the unit’s internal RTC system will kick in the event there is a GPS sync signal lose and the system will maintain its operation. In addition, during this phase, we review our node hardware components and select high performance major parts such as the MCU, RTC, GPS module and antenna. I always compare a good hardware design to a philharmonic orchestra performance. If all players do not play in meticulous harmony, the musical masterpiece will not sound well. The same applies here. If all components will not match, electrically/functionality/timing wise, the entire system will not perform well. We are now building our first, main piece in this system with the goal of creating our masterpiece!” Read this and more news for GOPH at http://www.marketnewsupdates.com/news/goph.html
Other recent developments in the tech industry include:
QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM) recently announced it has shared its Device Identification, Registration, and Blocking System (DIRBS) platform as freely downloadable open-source software. Qualcomm Technologies’ DIRBS server-based software platform can be used to help identify counterfeit, illegal, and stolen mobile devices in a country. The DIRBS software platform will help regulatory agencies classify devices and generate IMEI-based lists for notification, amnesty, and blocking purposes. DIRBS has been successfully deployed in Pakistan, and deployments are anticipated in several other markets in the coming months. “Counterfeit devices are a significant problem worldwide and result in an estimated 45.3 billion EUR in lost sales to genuine manufacturers each year, according to a recent European Union Intellectual Property Office Study issued in February of 2017,” said Mohammad Raheel Kamal, Senior Director, IPR Enforcement, Qualcomm Incorporated. “Sharing the DIRBS solution as freely downloadable open-source software will allow the mobile industry to rapidly implement this powerful technology to help address counterfeiting and related issues around the globe.”
Juniper Networks Inc. (NYSE:JNPR) recently announced a new software solution that gives service providers a near-limitless ability to cost effectively deploy new revenue-generating services at the network edge. Juniper’s new Contrail Edge Cloud packs the industry’s most functionality into the smallest footprint among competitors to bring a full-fledged secure cloud experience to the space- and power-constrained edge network, which includes base stations, hub sites and switching sites. Insatiable demand for connectivity and a need to continually invent new revenue sources have driven service providers to decentralize their network architecture and move latency-sensitive applications and services – including connected cars, AR/VR and upcoming 5G services – from the core to the edge. While this part of the network serves as a key competitive asset that operators can leverage in moving beyond offering mere connectivity services, the edge also poses space, power, economic and management challenges that require rethinking existing cloud architectures to make service creation and deployment feasible. Deploying the same amount of hardware and software in every edge site that is deployed in centralized data centers would prove costly from both a capex and opex perspective.
Mitel Networks Corporation (NASDAQ:MITL) recently announced key executive appointments to accelerate the company’s strategic initiatives in Europe. With the #1 market share position in EMEA1 and #2 in UCaaS worldwide2, Mitel is building on this momentum to further accelerate cloud adoption in EMEA while increasing its leadership position in the on-site market. Thomas Veit joins Mitel as Regional Vice President for Mitel’s Rest of Europe region, overseeing the Nordics, Benelux, Spain, Italy, Middle East, Russia, CIS and Austria/CEE. Veit brings an array of experience to the Mitel international team, having previously served as Vice President EMEA and APAC for Channel Strategy with NCR, and having held senior EMEA leadership positions at Unify, Avaya, Cisco Systems, SonicWall and Ingram Micro. With the objective of driving an EMEA growth market for Mitel, Christophe Chamy has been appointed Managing Director of Mitel France. Formerly Sales Director of Mitel France, Chamy will leverage more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry to support both end users’ and channel partners’ migration to the cloud, while also maintaining and growing Mitel’s share of on-site business.
International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) recently announced that Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd. (ABFRL), India’s leading fashion and lifestyle entity, has expanded its existing relationship with IBM to reduce costs, improve productivity enhancements and drive business growth. The strategic 10-year services agreement is deemed key to ABFRL’s strong vision for future growth to expand their stores network across the country. As a part of this agreement, IBM will bring in its global technology and automation expertise to help enhance and manage ABFRL’s IT infrastructure with better availability of IT systems, employee productivity through self-help solutions and improved disaster resilience. In doing so, IBM will bring greater transparency, service improvements, agility, enhanced security and operational efficiencies for the organization. IBM will provide infrastructure-as-a-service in a private cloud environment, enabling ABFRL to scale their IT operations in line with their business growth. In leveraging IBM’s deep technology and services expertise, ABFRL aims to build a world-class IT environment to support its strong growth in India.
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