Published – Dec 2021

On the heels of a partnership announcement earlier this year that Senet, a pioneer in cloud-based software and services for LoRaWAN network deployments had completed a network integration with Helium, a rapidly growing distributed networking innovator, the companies today said they are now offering public LoRaWAN connectivity services in over 2,000 cities in the U.S., delivered through a combination of Senet networks and more than 150,000 Helium-compatible Hotspots.


Published – Dec 2021

In recent years, the adoption of digital transformation within educational institutions has rapidly increased, primarily out of necessity.  Due to the global pandemic, learning institutions were forced to adapt to remote teaching and learning, as 100% virtual instruction was implemented during government lockdowns.

While the industry has been on a steady path towards digitalization for two decades, a combination of factors is leading to faster adoption rates and more investment in high-speed broadband access, as well as security, as even the most prestigious colleges and universities have been victims of cyberattacks and data exfiltration.


Published – Dec 2021

Unlike large infrastructure initiatives, including the New Deal, which helped raise the US out of the Great Depression, the 2021 legislation comes at a time when the lines between the physical and digital worlds are becoming increasingly blurred.

This notion that we can more broadly define what infrastructure means today, compared to the natural understanding by millions that infrastructure only refers to roads, bridges, tunnels, transportation hubs, and other “built” projects, drove a lot of debate as part of the negotiations that finally lead to the passage of the bill.


Published – Dec 2021

When a national retailer with over 5,000 stores across the US and Canada needed to solve fundamental real-time communications and IT network obstacles to improve customer experience and employee productivity, two disruptive communications companies, Kandy (an American Virtual Cloud Technologies company) and ConnX (provider of voice, data, video, messaging, and embedded communications solutions), partnered to take on the challenge.