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NEWS

Antennas for LTE (4G), 3G

(HSPA), 2G (EDGE, GPRS) Used

for Mobile and Fixed Wireless

Solutions.  MIMO is the New

Standard for Today, NetMaxCo

In radio, multiple-input and multiple-output, or MIMO, is a method for multiplying the capacity of a radio link using multiple transmit and receive antennas to exploit multipath propagation. MIMO has become an essential element of wireless communication standards including IEEE 802.11n (Wi-Fi), IEEE 802.11ac (Wi-Fi), HSPA+ (3G), WiMAX (4G), and Long Term Evolution (4G).  Now NetMaxCo is meshing the LPDA technology (log-periodic array) with MIMO to bring to market a Yagi antenna that can reach not only reach Towers up to 15 miles away but be tuned into the full spectrum of frequencies that our Clients demand.

IoT and 5G Drive Computing to

the Edge. More computing is

happening on edge devices to

handle the information overload

At Mobile World Congress this week, computing on the edge was a big topic among infrastructure providers. Edge computing involves light processing on intermediary servers or on the edge of the networks. This type of computing can lead to faster responses for mobile services, without putting stress on servers in the core network. Edge computing can also provide instant analytics to ensure the junk information is discarded and only useful information reaches servers on the core network. Edge computing is also emerging for Virtualization, which slices loads of data in smaller packages rerouted to the right servers to be handled. At MWC, many companies showed products and shared new ideas for computing on the edge. Most vendors had a common goal: to better control the flow and make better sense of data, especially with more data being collected by IoT devices. We at NetMaxCo strive to do just that with our modular approach.

Why User Interface Is More

Important Than Content For

New Companies, by New West

Have you ever looked at a person and your first thought was, “I wonder if they are a great conversationalist?” My guess is no. Rarely do we ever see a visual and immediately assess the worth of its content. We will assume, (albeit however dangerous) that you have a viable business concept. I will also assume that once your company is up, that you will want a website and/or native app so that people can find you. The point of these items is to create something that will be visually enticing. For a new company, your messaging will change. However, no one will see your new content if you haven’t first captured their eye. When a customer deals with a great user interface (UI), more times than not, they find somebody to share it with. It is sharing that creates more organic impressions. Those impressions will eventually turn to leads. Those leads, if we’re just playing a numbers game, will eventually turn to sales. Obviously, content is still important, however, a great UI is one of the few things that can still help translate into sales in spite of other factors. People are always looking for the next great thing. When they find a great UI, something that is simple, fluid, and intuitive, they tend to believe that the company is of a higher caliber than one with better “content” but lesser design. That is because in today’s world, people are reading for content less, and observing more. Often what people see and interact with is as important, if not more so, than what they read. As we move more into a digital age than ever before, just remember that what the user experiences when interacting with you will be a major deciding factor. Being that content is ingested in multiple ways, on several devices, we must manage the entire spectrum. The web UI should be just as flawless on a computer as it is on a mobile device. We must provide a certain level of continuity between each. If not, the first impression that is created may be your last.
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NEWS

Antennas for LTE

(4G), 3G (HSPA), 2G

(EDGE, GPRS) Used

for Mobile and Fixed

Wireless Solutions. 

MIMO is the New

Standard for Today,

NetMaxCo

In radio, multiple-input and multiple-output, or MIMO, is a method for multiplying the capacity of a radio link using multiple transmit and receive antennas to exploit multipath propagation. MIMO has become an essential element of wireless communication standards including IEEE 802.11n (Wi-Fi), IEEE 802.11ac (Wi-Fi), HSPA+ (3G), WiMAX (4G), and Long Term Evolution (4G).  Now NetMaxCo is meshing the LPDA technology (log- periodic array) with MIMO to bring to market a Yagi antenna that can reach not only reach Towers up to 15 miles away but be tuned into the full spectrum of frequencies that our Clients demand.

IoT and 5G Drive Computing to the

Edge. More computing is happening on edge devices

to handle the information overload

At Mobile World Congress this week, computing on the edge was a big topic among infrastructure providers. Edge computing involves light processing on intermediary servers or on the edge of the networks. This type of computing can lead to faster responses for mobile services, without putting stress on servers in the core network. Edge computing can also provide instant analytics to ensure the junk information is discarded and only useful information reaches servers on the core network. Edge computing is also emerging for Virtualization, which slices loads of data in smaller packages rerouted to the right servers to be handled. At MWC, many companies showed products and shared new ideas for computing on the edge. Most vendors had a common goal: to better control the flow and make better sense of data, especially with more data being collected by IoT devices. We at NetMaxCo strive to do just that with our modular approach.
© Copyright NetMaxCo LLC all rights reserved 2001 - 2017

Why User Interface Is More Important

Than Content For New Companies, by

New West

Have you ever looked at a person and your first thought was, “I wonder if they are a great conversationalist?” My guess is no. Rarely do we ever see a visual and immediately assess the worth of its content. We will assume, (albeit however dangerous) that you have a viable business concept. I will also assume that once your company is up, that you will want a website and/or native app so that people can find you. The point of these items is to create something that will be visually enticing. For a new company, your messaging will change. However, no one will see your new content if you haven’t first captured their eye. When a customer deals with a great user interface (UI), more times than not, they find somebody to share it with. It is sharing that creates more organic impressions. Those impressions will eventually turn to leads. Those leads, if we’re just playing a numbers game, will eventually turn to sales. Obviously, content is still important, however, a great UI is one of the few things that can still help translate into sales in spite of other factors. People are always looking for the next great thing. When they find a great UI, something that is simple, fluid, and intuitive, they tend to believe that the company is of a higher caliber than one with better “content” but lesser design. That is because in today’s world, people are reading for content less, and observing more. Often what people see and interact with is as important, if not more so, than what they read. As we move more into a digital age than ever before, just remember that what the user experiences when interacting with you will be a major deciding factor. Being that content is ingested in multiple ways, on several devices, we must manage the entire spectrum. The web UI should be just as flawless on a computer as it is on a mobile device. We must provide a certain level of continuity between each. If not, the first impression that is created may be your last.
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