Remember the year 2002? Almost the entire IT industry was adrift in the wake of the dot-com bubble that burst in March 2000. The future of many companies remained uncertain. The worst possible time to start an IT company, you might think. We took the risk nevertheless and, in May 2002, we started our business […]
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Guest Post by LANCOM Systems Founder Ralf Koenzen about the growing importance of software-defined-networking: Anybody who follows developments here at LANCOM will know that, since 2014, we have intensively been working on the way networks will look in the future. There is a background to this effort:
As hard as it may be to predict the future, when it comes to networking technologies, one thing is for sure: The future is wireless! According to a study by the New Jersey Institute of Technology, by 2019 only 19% of Internet traffic will come from wired devices, while 81% will arise from wireless ones. […]
The healthcare sector is undergoing a remarkable change. Whereas the quality of treatment used to be the sole consideration for patients choosing a hospital or clinic, today other criteria have also come to play a role—primarily the presence of wireless Internet access. More and more hospitals and healthcare facilities are hoping to attract patients by […]
Cloud applications have become a part of our everyday lives at home, on the move, and at the office: Streaming videos, exchanging photos and documents, e-mail, and much more are “in the cloud” these days. For companies in particular, the potential of cloud computing is huge. Current statistics show how great this is: For example, […]
“Never touch a running system,” is a widespread sentiment among network administrators and stems from the experiences gained from operating-system updates. The general opinion is: Once a system is set up and configured, think twice about changing it. These days this is a rather negligent approach,
If we take a look at which countries have the best-developed public Wi-Fi networks, it quickly becomes clear that countries with smaller economies are leading the way worldwide. According to a recent study by Rotten WiFi, numerous smaller European nations belong to the top 20 countries offering public Wi-Fi.
In August this year you were able to witness a strange but at the same time fascinating scene which could have been straight out of a science fiction movie: Two astronauts in white space suits with big antennas on their backs were moving across a dark, rocky terrain high up on a mountain conducting scientific experiments.
Tablet versus shopping mall, scrolling versus browsing, packet delivery service versus shopping bag. In international comparison, online shopping in Germany in 2015 amounted so far to 8.4 percent of overall retail sales, placing it among the top-10 e-commerce countries. That is higher than the worldwide average of 7.3%.
My name is Stefan Herrlich, I am Managing Partner at LANCOM Systems, and I would like to introduce you to our new blog LANCOMWIRE. Let me tell you first who LANCOM is, what we do, and what our vision is. We are a German manufacturer of high-quality, professional network solutions.