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Latest Nevada Telecom Industry Feature
Making Connections: Communications in Nevada
By Jennifer Rachel Baumer
Originally published: https://www.nevadabusiness.com/2020/12/making-connections/
When the COVID-19 quarantine closed nonessential businesses, Nevada employers, used to traditional businesses with staff working on the jobsite, found themselves, overnight, with remote workers. Along with that, there was a sudden need for technology to support communications between employees, employers, and the technology they rely on. Communications during the crisis required technology to enable businesses to continue running as smoothly as possible, both to keep business open, and to help drive the staggering economy.
Recent Nevada Telecom Industry Features
The Communications Landscape: Connectivity in Nevada Nevada companies want to be more efficient, expedient and cost effective, and so, they’re demanding more and more out of the available technologies for communicating. [Read More]
Connecting to Tomorrow: Telecommunications in Nevada More telecommunications capacity continues to come on line, either through incremental improvements to networks or massive construction projects. Just about as fast as capacity increases, business users of voice and data service want powerful new devices and sophisticated data-and-voice tools that soak up bandwidth. [Read More]
Telecom Technology Advances Transform How Nevada Does Business A Southern Nevada-based radiology practice of more than 60 physicians with numerous offices uses a custom-designed network linking all locations, including the physicians’ homes, in order to read films there any time of the day or night when on call. The technical arrangement demands an ultra high-speed connection. [Read More]
Nevada Telecom Resources
Nevada Telecommunications Association: The Nevada Telecommunications Association will support its member organizations through regulatory, legislative and public relations advocacy.
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA): The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the leading trade association representing the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry through standards development, policy initiatives, business opportunities, market intelligence and networking events.
USTelecom: USTelecom is the nation’s leading trade association representing broadband service providers and suppliers.