Why you should care about indoor mobile connectivity: #SCWSWorld Day 2

When we think about mobile connectivity, the problem is often regarded as one that primarily affects the ‘less-developed’ parts of the world: rural communities, remote industries, and disaster-hit areas. Rarely do we associate a bustling urban hub with problems of low connectivity and poor voice networks. Issues of indoor and urban connectivity are more common…

Overcoming the challenges of urban connectivity

New York – the city where here trendy cafes, luxurious hotels and quirky offices in such bohemian spaces as abandoned warehouses, refurbished attics, lofts and basements compete for space in one of the most progressive metropolises in the world. Surely this city would be a dream to work in. Your fantasies of working in a…

Latin America’s Digital Divide

IDG Connect conducts a survey of local business & IT professionals, asking if they felt the Digital Divide across Latin America was improving. More than a requirement, connectivity in the present day & age has become a necessity. Connectivity today ensures access to massive amounts of information and acts as a vehicle for instant communication.…

Fill the communication gap with Omoco

You must have seen such images on our Facebook or Twitter channel, where we keep telling you that you can set up your private mobile network, on your own. Here we will show you how. The complete mobile phone communication involves the following components – Your mobile phone, your friend’s mobile phone, Base Transceiver Station (BTS), Mobile Switching Center (MSC)…

Off the Grid – A Curse

  “I lost my job because they could not call me to say I’m hired.” said Pedro, when asked about how life was different back home. Pedro belongs to a remote village in Mexico. He recently graduated from a college in the city. After taking an on-campus interview with a firm he left for home.…