As 5G rollouts slowly but surely happen across the country, headlines have started talking about 6G. But with what we know about the power and capabilities of the advanced technology that is 5G, and how long it is taking to roll out, how is 6G already here? Read below to learn about what 6G is, when it will arrive, and what impacts it will bring!
May 14, 2021
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There are a lot of components that go into your network infrastructure. When planning to build, update, expand, or upgrade your network and its equipment, there are a lot of decisions to be made. Two major and very important pieces of the network are HVAC systems and generators. With many different kinds and features, it can be confusing to understand which will fit your project needs. BDC’s experts help break it down and answer some questions to help you make the right choice for your telecom infrastructure.
August 06, 2020
BDC Group Inc, headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is excited to announce the expansion of our company into the eastern United States. After months of collaboration and hard work, we are happy to report the successful opening of our office in Sterling, Virginia with Vice President of Outside Plant Construction, Terry Selby, leading the expansion.
It’s no secret that the telecommunications industry is vital for almost every other industry. The more our world becomes reliant on technology, the need for more bandwidth and infrastructure advancement increases. Providing uninterrupted and reliable high-speed services is more important now than ever. However, this can be more complicated to achieve when considering no equipment is immune to failure. Telecommunications businesses try to combat this by conducting routine inspections. But these inspections are becoming more expensive and time consuming as the equipment becomes more advanced and complex.
Ensuring your network is up to date, secure and running efficiently is among the many important questions many providers are having to answer as demand increases in the market for wireless and broadband.
It's easy to understand why. The popularity of streaming video platforms like Netflix, Hulu and Playstation Vue has seen a dramatic rise in consumers dropping traditional cable or satellite options in favor of online alternatives. 82% of all web traffic will be made up of streaming video by 2020, meaning networks need to be ready and evolve with the market.
Here are 3 ways companies are preparing for these changes with specific telecom services.