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    has evolved into perhaps the most influential technological device in history. Smartphones are popular amongst multiple demographics, from children who have only recently learned their first words to elderly citizens. The uses for smartphones are endless as there millions of applications that can help simplify almost all aspects of one’s life or quite simply provide one with entertainment. With nearly any topic one can think of there is most likely an application associated with the subject matter. A few examples of popular use of smartphones include navigation, video games, social media, and everyday applications such as “Weather” and “Reminders”. People all over the world seek to posses the most up to date, and in many cases the best, mobile phone available. And it is because of this that there is an immense amount of resources that go into the creation of new smartphone innovations, which leads to the annual release of new phones. If one opens up a web page or is watching a television program it is likely that one will see at least one advertisement relating to a new smartphone. Each and every advertisement is aiming to convince the consumer that their product is superior to the rest. Consumers often buy these smartphones because of the enticing new features and improved design. The smartphone has brought about top of the line…

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    Case Study: Verizon

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    Provide an overview of your chosen organization Verizon is a company that offers wireless and wireline services to their customers. Verizon not only provides communication support for customers they are also a company that offers innovative technology and entertainment. Verizon not only provides services for consumers they also offer service to business and governmental agencies. Verizon is divided into two parts wireline and wireless that offers wireless voice and data services. Verizon…

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    RBI- AN INTRODUCTION Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) is a rural counterpart of Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB). The difference between them lies in the area of their deployment, i.e. Rural Broadband Initiative is a government initiative to provide high speed internet access to rural areas whereas Ultra-Fast Broadband provides high broadband speeds to the urban areas. Rural Broadband Initiative came into picture in the year 2009 and upon its completion in the year 2016; it will provide broadband to…

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    Modem Essay

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    Initially, modems were used as a way for Teletype machines (printers) to communicate over telephone lines. In the 1960’s however, modems became much more popular thanks to AT&T by introducing modems that connected most of the phones in the United States to work on its network. Now though, modems are used in various ways allowing many devices of various shapes and form to sent data from anywhere. Additionally, due to its increased application, the speeds of modems have also…

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    acquisitions, human resource management, and allocation of resources are all integral parts of the corporate level strategy (Bradley, 2016). Another important aspect is identification of the organization’s corporate profile. Do they operate in a single industry? Do they operate in a related or unrelated industry? These are questions that must be answered. On June 25, 2015, a public interest statement was filed with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which began the current merger…

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    of a carrier aggregation 4GX network. This 4GX is capable of reaching a speed 10% faster than the average compared to its contenders such as Optus and Vodafone. With Telstra, the customer will get the average download speeds of 17.09Mbps compared to 12.87Mbps and 12.79Mbps. This clearly shows that the overall speed of Telstra’s company is higher compared to other telecommunication companies in Australia. Meanwhile, as we know Telstra has the fastest 4G speed, but the time it takes for data to…

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    Core voice and data networks should be fully redundant and multiple network paths to all national and international destinations should be maintained, allowing for alternate routes for calls should a transmission problem develop in any one network. As a result, the Traders International network should meet the world standard for network reliability of 99.999%. The Future is residential service offering, which provides low cost tolls, broadband and line rental to consumers. The Present…

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    management of bandwidth offered to certain websites based on the type of content they deliver. If neutral: Having neutral access to the Internet can further certify business clients’ connectivity and significantly reinforce business performance. A study of 1,200 companies in six Latin American countries revealed that broadband deployment enhanced the speed of data processing, and the distribution of information within businesses, leading to business development. If a shift to a tiered internet…

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    Internet-user, its effect can be significant. In order to access the Internet, an individual must pay a fee to an Internet Service Provider, or ISPs, (such as Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile) in order to receive access to the Internet, from which the user can share and download information, or data. However, the user accesses this data by using the broadband, or in essence the “highway”, of the ISP it currently pays a fee to, therefore, the ISP can serve as a sort of “gatekeeper” that can monitor the…

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    AT&T did because they were also upset that content providers could user their infrastructure or broadband for free to connected to their customers. While this is legitimate reason for concern by the internet service providers, large content providers such as Netflix and YouTube induce huge traffic through the infrastructure, putting the maintenance cost on the internet service providers. In this scenario, it is easy to side with the internet service providers because have a burden that the large…

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