Will Townsend

Verizon Closes Yahoo, Many Changes Ahead For Its Consolidated Media Services Subsidiary

Verizon Communications  announced today that it closed its acquisition of Yahoo for nearly $4.5B. It also closed the door on Marissa Mayer as she departs from the beleaguered internet company that she led since mid-2012. Two storied brands come together With the addition of Yahoo, Verizon is planning to consolidate its other holding of AOL …

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It’s A 5G Land Of Confusion: AT&T And Verizon Muddy The Waters

5G, or Fifth Generation, is the next iteration of wireless telecommunications promising to deliver unbelievable speed to your mobile phone or connected device as well as support more devices, improve reliability, and deliver longer battery life. Published in March of this year, the new 5G Radio standard was set by the governing body 3GPP or 3rd Generation Partnership …

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RESEARCH PAPER: HPE Synergy Helps Simplify Hybrid IT

IT is undergoing a significant transformation as businesses look to streamline costs and roll out a new class of cloud-based applications driven by a changing digital economy accelerated by mobility, IoT, and AI. The IT infrastructure as we know it today is not well equipped to improve on the cost structure for traditional workloads nor …

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To Cut Or Not To Cut The Cord, That Is The Question! AT&T, T-Mobile And Comcast Up The Ante

Most recently, there have been interesting announcements around wireless telecommunication providers and content delivery. Traditional cable service provider Comcast announced that it is jumping into the mix with a wireless service offering. AT&T announced that wireless unlimited data plan subscribers will receive HBO for free given the impending Time Warner  acquisition, and T-Mobile has been …

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