Last month was an interesting one for connectivity news. We covered everything from flying COW’s to startups shaking up the telecom industry, dissolved mergers and tech giants. In October, we even announced two new services and released some customer stories we are really proud to share. Check out the highlights below.
We Launched Blended Connectivity
We partnered with M2MBlue to leverage 4G and fixed lines to connect you anywhere in the world. Check out the video to get the scoop. Plus, read how Blended Connectivity was leveraged for High-Frequency Trading.
No, we’re not talking about the grass-eating mammal, we’re talking about Cells on Wheels. But maybe we should be calling them Cells on Wings since they’ll be propelled into the air on drones. Read more and watch the video here.
We all know telecom is going to play a major role in the implementation of smart cities and the Internet of Things. We’ve had a few things to say about that before. But now, we’ve stumbled upon a Dutch startup called Nowi that’s looking to use 4G and the telecom industry to power smart devices… Keep reading.
When Digital Gateway sought to answer the question, “What kind of impact is Brexit going to have on companies?”, they turned to us here at Custom Connect to give our take. Check it out here.
It’s no secret that Netflix has been taking on the telecoms head on — rallying an entire chord-cutting connectivity class behind them. And now, in an effort to further their exceptionally high growth, they’re partnering with an actual telecom. The move is fierce and aggressive, but one the telecoms can’t really afford to deny. Finish reading the article here.
Have you seen what Cisco was up to this month? The hardware giant struck two major deals that show how both the industry is changing and business is blending. Check out our latest vlog for the scoop in just 30 seconds.
Back in 2014, Sprint and T-Mobile nearly finalized their nuptials (and the prenup) for their expected merger. But, the two never went forward with the marriage — so to say. So earlier this year when it was reported the two telecoms were back on speaking terms, everyone got excited for a wedding once again. But, it’s been called off once again. Get insight on the failed deal here.
Today, enterprises rely on their global network’s availability, bandwidth, latency and flexibility. But, understanding how your network is living up to your requirements can be challenging. With the release of CC Insight, a global network monitoring tool, enterprises can have oversight of their network and the applications that impact it. Check out the video to learn how CC Insight can propel your business forward.