HDPE conduit is the preferred material to house and protect electrical power and communications cables in typical applications such as power utilities, telecommunications, CATV, SCADA, FTTH, ITS, highway lighting, and other underground utilities.
In Calgary a new tower is rising 58 storeys to transform the city skyline with a distinctive curved and textured facade.
In the emerging era of the Internet-of-Things and IP networks, the use of Power-over-Ethernet is a technology that can simplify a building’s electrical and communications infrastructure.
While LEDs have become the byword for lighting buildings energy efficiently, a Mexican company is now developing a product that not only lights up a building interior, but also transmits data at vastly increased rates.
The IEEE Standards Association has introduced a number of standards to improve connectivity and communications in urban areas.
IBM has prototyped a technology that will vastly increase Internet speeds, but at very low power. The device enables the transfer of Big Data at 200 to 400 Gigabits per second (Gb/s), four times faster than current speeds.
The insatiable demand for more bandwidth is driving the proliferation of communications antennae towers everwhere — sometimes causing resentment and friction in their neighbourhoods.
The strange new world of quantum physics is moving closer. Physicists at the University of Queensland in Australia have achieved teleportation on a computer chip, transporting an atom from one location to another inside the chip.
From the IEEE’s online “Institute Resource,” February 12, 2013.
The United Nations has issued a “snapshot” of how access to broadband communications is proceeding in countries around the world. The report is the first produced by the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development. It tracked the…
From an article by David Biello, Scientific American online, August 3: