connectivity matters
January 12, 2021  |  Written by

Why Carrier-based LTE and Private LTE Just Aren’t Enough for IIoT

An industry panel discusses the benefits and weaknesses of carrier-based versus private LTE. when it comes to IIoT.

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Free Wifi

February 25, 2013  |  Written by

Free Nationwide WiFi – Who Picks Up the Tab(s)?

Every once in a while, the concept of free, powerful, nationwide WiFi coverage regains the spotlight. The latest proposal, from the FCC, involves tapping unused television spectrum to ‘blanket’ many under-served areas across the country.

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Finite And Infinite

January 16, 2013  |  Written by

Of Networks – Finite and Infinite

Although the sight of lumbering, rusty freight cars may lead some to believe that railroads are an antiquated industry, quite the opposite is true. Railroads are a growth industry. We discuss why.

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Mining Data Tsunami

September 24, 2012  |  Written by

Taming the Mining Data Tsunami

As MINExpo International 2012 kicks off this week, we’re reminded of just how much an old, established industry can change in just a few years. It’s not hard to see how the role of data has grown and assumed a central role in mine operations.

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Changing Games

September 14, 2012  |  Written by

Of Rising Bars & Changing Games

During a recent technical training session for our sales team, Rajant Chief Technology Officer Paul Helhake dusted off a little bit of Rajant history to share with the group.

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Moving Data

August 10, 2012  |  Written by

Moving Earth, Moving Data

Mining is all about moving lots of earth to extract the target material. And to do it better, mines all over the world are transforming their operations – not only with more efficient extraction technologies, but through network infrastructure and application upgrades.

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