February 2014

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Wireless Trends for 2014 – Boom in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Market

A wireless systems trend for 2014 will be a significant growth in the wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) sector. What is M2M? M2M means that one machine or piece of equipment is connected to a network of others. 2014 will see significant growth of new connectivity options and industry applications based on the M2M trend. For example, GE’s… Read More»

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Using Cellular Networks to Enhance Wireless Broadband for Nova Scotians

Nova Communications was recently featured in the Chronicle Herald for assisting Lloyd Cogswell, a resident of Kings County, in his quest for a better Internet connection. After learning of the resident’s plight, Nova Communications installed a system that uses cellular service to pick up wireless Internet. A similar setup could potentially be used to address more clients in areas… Read More»

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Wireless Trends for 2014 #4 – Advancements in Wireless System Security

The proliferation of mobile devices means we can share information whenever we need to; the downside, however, is that there is a possibility we may be sharing this information with more people than we intend. As a result, trends for 2014 include even more emphasis on secure wireless systems. Importance of Privacy for Wireless System… Read More»

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Wireless Trends — Increasing Volume of Data, Especially Video

One of the top wireless communication trends set to grow exponentially is the volume of wireless data, especially for video. Shift from Voice to Video  Traditionally, voice was the driver of wireless networks. While there’s no question that voice is still a staple, there is an increasing shift toward video, and the prevalence of video will… Read More»

Nova Communications Finds Solution for Kings County Internet Seeker

Nova Communications was recently featured in the Chronicle Herald for assisting Lloyd Cogswell, a resident of Kings County, in his quest for a better Internet connection. After learning of the resident’s plight, Nova Communications installed a system that uses cellular service to pick up wireless Internet. A similar setup could potentially be used to address… Read More»