They can correctly mitigate the effects of latency without your organisation having to unnecessarily spend money on ever increasingly large bandwidths, WAN Optimisation, SD-WAN and WAN optimisation solutions. Boulton also explains: "SD-WANs allow companies to set up and manage networking functionality, including VPNs, WAN optimisation, VoIP and firewalls, using software to program traffic routing typically conducted by routers and switches. What's certain is that data acceleration makes big data and predictive analytics increasingly viable. On the other hand, data acceleration solutions can create performance increases.
Now the company is preparing to ship its second-generation Eero WiFi System, which features Thread radios for controlling smart home devices, and a new type of access point that plugs directly into an AC outlet. The new Eero Beacon is roughly half the size of the original Eero and plugs directly into an AC outlet, eliminating the need for a power brick and cord. The Eero Beacon access point plugs into any AC outlet (and wisely does not block the second outlet). Eero is taking pre-orders on three SKUs: A $299 Home WiFi System that comes with one Eero router and one Eero Beacon, a $399 Home WiFi System that includes one router and two Beacons, and a Pro WiFi System consisting of three Eero routers (two of which will be configured as access points).
Nokia launched a new offering that utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning to support customer care as well as analytics for crowd behavior and operational improvements. Rich Crowe, head of OSS marketing at Nokia, said that the new addition to Nokia's customer care suit relies on those algorithms to predict and assist customers in resolving common issues before they disrupt a customer's service. Crowe said that in one case with a fixed network operator delivering residential services, he machine learning capabilities were able to predict and resolve up to 70% of residential issues that would lead to service disruptions, such as issues with the home router or television and internet service, and resolve them before a subscriber was aware of disruption. Nokia's new Cognitive Analytics for Crowd Insight application relies on real-time network data and machine learning to track and analyze aggregated, anonymized user movement.
If you're Google and you want the next Home speaker to clearly one-up the Amazon Echo, what do you do? A source speaking to the Information claims that an upcoming Home model will include a built-in WiFi router with mesh networking. You wouldn't need to buy a separate router (like, say, Google WiFi) just to connect devices around your household. And even if you already have a router, this would improve Home's performance by giving it a stronger connection in weak coverage areas. The tipster also maintains that the original version of Google WiFi had a microphone and speaker for Home-style interactions, but that Google axed it to avoid confusion.
In October 2016, an attack on Dyn DNS shut down the internet. It soon became clear that the attack was possible because of an overwhelming number of new, unsecured, internet-connected devices--the Internet of Things (IoT). This year's Consumer Electronic's Show has introduced us to plenty of new IoT devices, including cute robots, new capabilities for Amazon's Alexa (despite the fact that she keeps buying things for people that they didn't order), and even a smart hairbrush and pillow, which both sound very necessary. Symantec, the company behind Norton AntiVirus, has come up with a unique answer to the growing IoT problem. Rather than protecting each of your devices individually, Symantec's new wifi router (the Norton Core) will use the company's expertise and software to protect up to 20 laptops, computers, tablets, or smartphones--and an unlimited number of IoT devices--in one fell swoop.
A team of researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a device that can measure human inner emotional states using wireless signals. Using EQ-Radio, which emits and captures reflected radio frequency (RF) waves, the team bounced waves off a person's body to measure subtle changes in breathing patterns and heart rates. "The whole thing started by trying to understand how we can extract information about people's emotions and health in general using something that's completely passive--does not require people to wear anything on their body or have to express things themselves actively," says Prof. Dina Katabi, who conducted the research along with graduate students Mingmin Zhao and Fadel Adib. In its test, the team says if their device is trained on each subject separately, it measures emotions with 87 percent accuracy and 72.3 percent accuracy when using a single classifier for all subjects.
Google plans to release its own, self-branded wireless router dubbed "Google Wi-Fi" that will retail for 129, according to Android Police. The Google Wi-Fi router is expected to be released at Google's October 4 event, according to the blog, which has correctly pegged past Google releases. Android Police further reports that Google's take on Amazon Echo called Google Home, which was announced at Google I/O in May, will cost 129. Google's plan to release a wireless router could suggest a bigger home push from the search giant, as competitors like Amazon and Apple have gone further into the home.
We're less than two weeks away from Google's big fall event in San Francisco, and we already have a good idea of what to expect -- Pixel-branded smartphones, maybe Google Home, maybe a 4K-capable Chromecast. The OnHub line launched late last summer as a router that's simple to control with your smartphone and good looks that'll make you want to place it prominently in your home. This new Google WiFi router would be presumably built in-house, like the rest of the hardware that Google is set to introduced in October. Additionally, Android Police says that buying multiple routers (they are rumored to cost 129 a pop) would link together to create a mesh network, a nice feature for larger dwelling that are hard to blanket with WiFi signals.
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