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Boosting Mobile Connectivity for the Emergency Services Network

Emergency Service Network (ESN) The UK Home Office is now prepping for a cross-government programme to switch off the current Airwave service used by the emergency services, due to its limited capabilities, and implement a new and improved system. The new system, known as the Emergency Services Network (ESN), will be transformative for day-to-day operations …

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How Private 5G Can Improve Airports

Connectivity is no longer just a luxury, much like airports are no longer just airports! Home to retail malls, restaurants, hotels, and car rentals, airports host a huge number of passengers, vehicles, and IoT devices. Technological advancements have led to a growing need to improve network infrastructure, with many operators turning to private cellular to …

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Revolutionising Electric Vehicle Charging Through 4G Connectivity

The rise in popularity of electric vehicles is on a fast incline, however due to a lack of charging stations, there are many drivers who are apprehensive about making the switch to electric. Part of this challenge is connectivity for EVC stations, where each must have access to an internet connection for their IoT-enabled SIMs. …

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The Connecting Devon and Somerset Mobile Booster Voucher Scheme

Boost Pro Joins The CDS Mobile Booster Voucher Scheme

The team at Boost Pro are delighted to announce that we have been approved as a supplier for the Connecting Devon and Somerset Mobile Voucher Scheme. Data from Ofcom states that 23,000 premises across the Devon and Somerset area are 4G “not-spots”, meaning they lack adequate coverage. This scheme has been designed to support users …

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Enabling IIoT to Improve Wind Farm Performance

The Need for Critical Communications Infrastructure for Industrial Organisations Whether onshore or offshore, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) within industrial markets has enabled significant improvements to many aspects of operations on wind farms. This includes turbine performance, reliability, energy management, uptime, and equipment maintenance. This applies to the wider renewables and utilities …

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Private 5G in the Healthcare Industry

How 5G technologies can help the healthcare industry.

There is a growing need for automation, robotics, software deployments, and improvements to data privacy and cybersecurity throughout the healthcare industry. It’s an exciting time for healthcare, with hospitals and other healthcare facilities investing in new technologies, enabling improvements to day-to-day operations, including advancements to patient care, visitor experience, and employee wellbeing. However, with the …

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Improving Ports with Automation and Private 5G

It has become increasingly clear that the shipping industry must adopt technological advancements to prevent future disruptions to operations. From the blockage in the Suez Canal in March of 2021, which caused a six-day halt in the distribution process, to daily shipment delays on ports, there are heavy fines handed out by border control due …

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Small Cells Vs. DAS Vs. Mobile Repeaters – Which is right for your property?

Small Cells. Active DAS. Repeaters. Mobile Private Networks. Finding the best solution for your property’s voice and data connectivity issues can be confusing, especially when the options available are designed to offer the same outcome. In this article, we’ll be breaking down and discussing the key attributes of each solution, determining which is right for …

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Case Study: University of Strathclyde

Case Study University of Strathclyde Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project University of Strathclyde, Glasgow The University of Strathclyde is a public research university located in Glasgow, Scotland. Founded in 1796 as the Andersonian Institute, it is Glasgow’s second-oldest university, having received its royal charter in 1964 as the first technological university in the United Kingdom. Taking …

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Case Study: Britishvolt

Case Study Britishvolt Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Britishvolt, Northumberland Britishvolt’s mission is to accelerate the electrification of society. They will deliver sustainable, low-carbon batteries on the roadmap to decarbonisation.  The race to zero is an imperative for society, and batteries are core to a successful energy transition. The Britishvolt ambition is to create some of …

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Case Study: Roadchef

Case Study Roadchef Mobile Connectivity Improvement Project Roadchef, Chester Roadchef is one of Britain’s leading roadside service area operators, welcoming more than 52 million customers every year. They operate 30 different facilities on the motorway and major trunk roads across the UK. Roadchef was voted the best MSA operator, bringing a range of leading brands …

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Vodafone Sure Signal is Shutting Down – What are the Alternatives?

Vodafone is retiring Sure Signal from its network in September 2021. For users of Sure Signal devices, these will stop working – depending on the coverage in your area, this means that you may no longer be able to make and receive calls and text messages. In this article, we will explore what actions you …

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