The communications and networks industry has evolved from the early days of the wireline telephone, bulky mainframe computers and fax machines to the convergence of applications into handheld technology.
Recent innovations have seen a broadening of communication to include data transport, video conferencing, e-mail, instant messaging, web browsing, and various forms of distributed collaboration, enabled by transmission media that have expanded from traditional copper wires to include microwave, terrestrial wireless, satellite, hybrid fiber/coaxial cable, and broadband fiber transport. Data storage has also transitioned from substantially on-premises storage to cloud storage solutions.
We have provided services into the communications and networks sector since our inception in 1991.
With unprecedented broadband investment and the roll out of 5G mobile networks, the industry is looking to efficiencies and technologies to deliver quality networks more efficiently and with faster speed assisting government institutions, companies and individuals.
It is difficult to predict the future directions and impact of communications and networks industries other than to say their evolution over the past 30 years has revolutionized the way we live and work and will continue to evolve and play a major role in shaping the future of how we communicate on a global basis.
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