Posts Tagged ‘Environment’
The wireless industry is committed to becoming more environmentally responsible. This month’s WOW Policy Point identifies some of things companies are doing internally as well as externally to become more conscious of the environment.
What does the intersection of wireless and smart grid mean to our future energy needs and consumption? Accenture’s Senior Manager and Co-Lead Vaibhav Parmar looks at the way wireless can provide energy in the future.
Many new products in the wireless world are looking to make the whole industry, including consumers, more environmentally conscious and involved. This segment shows how products like the ones that WYSIPS, Commscope, and Wireless NGR came up with can help to improve your products while remaining green.
The blog this month is focused on mobile cloud computing and the benefits of having your mobile life accessible anytime and anywhere. While we explained what it is and how it relates to spectrum, today we’re focused on another mobile cloud advantage — energy efficiency. Mobile cloud computing is reducing energy consumption in two different [...]
In this year alone, wireless technology has saved businesses millions of dollars by adopting eco-friendly wireless solutions like e-billing, wireless fleet monitoring and smart grid technologies. By using wireless technology and services, businesses are deploying more sustainable business practices while reducing their environmental footprints. In April, we celebrated Earth Day’s 40th anniversary and talked about [...]
The world of wireless continues to grow despite a lagging economy. CTIA’s CEO and President Steve Largent talks about the wireless industry and CTIA’s efforts in 2010, as well as what the association looks forward to in 2011.
Smart grid implementation has the potential to offer enormous benefits for the American public. They can improve reliability and power quality, reduce peak demand and increase both energy efficiency and our reliance on renewable energy. A sophisticated smart grid power system has unique communication requirements that allow for an interactive, real-time infrastructure that is able [...]
Carriers, device manufacturers, app developers and the rest of the wireless ecosystem are constantly competing for every single customer by developing new products and services, and U.S. consumers win from this hypercompetitive environment. However, since these new devices are frequently launched in the U.S., this means consumers are changing their handsets often. But what happens [...]