Intel gets out of the 5G smartphone modem business | #TpromoCom #Intel #5G #Business | While much of Silicon Valley readies its smartphone technology for 5G networks, Intel is getting out of the business.
Intel (INTC) announced Tuesday that it will no longer make 5G modems for smartphones. Instead it plans to determine whether it should make 4G and 5G modems for PCs and other internet-connected devices.
Bob Swan, Intel’s CEO, said in a news release that there was “no clear path to profitability and positive returns” for the smartphone modem business.
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Nationwide Emergency Mobile Alert | #TpromoCom #emergency #emergencymanagement #mobile | The first nationwide test for Emergency Mobile Alerts, led by the Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management (MCDEM), was held on Sunday 26 November.
An Emergency Mobile Alert is an alert that’s sent straight to your mobile phone. The system uses cell broadcast technology to send messages to your phone, so alerts can be targeted to a specific location. You don’t need to sign up to receive alerts or download an app. To continue reading this news item, click here.
ScanPass® Mobile Credential Eliminates Door Readers, Cards and Control Modules | #TpromoCom #
ScanPass® Mobile Credential from Connected Technologies is the simplest and most unique mobile access control solution for security and access control systems. Unlike other mobile credentials that work with Bluetooth or Near Field Communications, this cloud-hosted convenience application uses easily affixed barcode stickers that identify the proper door to unlock, eliminating cards/fobs and the installation of readers/controllers.
ScanPass Mobile Credential unlocks doors quickly through the smartphone camera, with no door schedule scrolling or other time-consuming processes. ScanPass Mobile Credential assures users full accessibility via multiple communications pathways—including premise WiFi or cellular. It also integrates with conventionally installed access control hardware to enhance and/or upgrade existing systems. For more information, visit www.simplifywithconnectone.com or call 866.976.3520.
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