5G Fixed Wireless Access Market Size Worth $88.5 Billion By 2027 | CAGR: 99.3% | Polaris Market Research

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The new published report by Polaris Market Research the global 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) market was valued at USD 389.05 million in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 88.5 billion by 2027 to grow at a CAGR of 99.3% From 2020-2027

The global 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) market size is expected to reach USD 88.5 billion by 2027 according to a new study by Polaris Market Research. The report “5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, by Offering (Hardware, Services); By Demography (Urban, Semi-Urban, Rural); By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Government) and Region; Segment Forecast, 2020 –2027” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.

5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) enables the network providers/operators to offer extremely high-speed broadband connection to even the rural and suburban areas, providing support to the businesses

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Planar Expands Outdoor Fine Pitch LED Solutions with HRO Series

The What: Planar’s new HRO Series of high-resolution outdoor LED video walls feature a high brightness, fine pixel pitch LED offering that is built for close-up daylight video viewing. Planar says its HRO Series delivers impactful visual experiences for audiences, even in direct sunlight. 

Planar HRO Series

Planar HRO Series  (Image credit: Planar)

The What Else: The Planar HRO Series features 1.5 millimeter and 1.9 millimeter pixel pitches. The fine pixel pitch paired with 3,500-nit brightness and a 16:9 aspect ratio for video make the series ideal in a variety of outdoor applications ranging from uncovered business pavilions and amphitheater backdrops to poolside hospitality, transportation signage, and retail exteriors, according to Planar.

Planar HRO Series LED displays are built to endure the weather with LED treatments designed to protect them from ultraviolet rays, dust, water, and casual contact—without negatively impacting the viewing experience. Planar HRO Series displays feature protective plates on the backside

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Strategic Asset Leasing Inc. Joins Open Source Projects

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September 24, 2020 (ACCESSWIRE via COMTEX) —
CHEYENNE, WY / ACCESSWIRE / September 24, 2020 / Strategic Asset Leasing Inc. (OTC PINK:LEAS), the Company, is pleased to announce its participation in open source projects to further advance IoT technology.

The Company believes participation in these projects will help keep the Company at the forefront of latest advancements while also giving back to the technology world. The Company will be working on the following projects:Open Connectivity Foundation (IoTivity) – This amalgamation of the Intel and Samsung backed Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) organization and the UPnP Forum is working hard to become the leading open source standards group for IoT. The OCF’s open source IoTivity project depends on RESTful, JSON, and CoAP.

openHAB – This open source smart home framework can run on any device capable of running a

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Best smart thermostats of 2020

Smart thermostats do more than manage your home’s heating and cooling. These app-enabled smart home devices make it possible to adjust your thermostat from your phone whether you’re on the couch, at the grocery store or on vacation — anywhere your phone or mobile device is connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. Many smart thermostats also work with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri now too, giving you yet another way to adjust your settings with remote access to your smart home systems. 

Some smart thermostat systems also use smart features like a motion sensor to determine if you’re home or away and automatically change the temperature — both heating and cooling — for you, without you having to fiddle with your HVAC system. Others rely on a geofencing radius: Once you get a certain distance from your home, they automatically switch to away mode and then back to home

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Northwestern’s DeWitt Family Science Center coated in 3 color Fluropon

Completed in 2019, this eco-friendly and state-of-the-art 61,000 square-foot facility creates a grand entrance to the campus of Northwestern College. It serves the health science programs including biology, chemistry and the now on-campus nursing department, as it was previously housed in a nearby hospital.  

Throughout the three-story building are classrooms, research labs, human patient simulators, faculty offices and a 960 square-foot greenhouse. It’s equipped with a DNA sequencer, making Northwestern one of only two institutions in Iowa with the scientific instrument. The facility includes dedicated space for collaborative student-faculty research and provides students of biology, chemistry or nursing with state-of-the-art-facilities to match the exceptional science education and career preparation Northwestern is known for. 



Northwestern College utilized CMBA Architects, the Architect of Record, and HGA, acting as Design Architect, to bring the Dewitt Family Science Center to fruition. 

When choosing the material used on the exterior, the architects kept in mind

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The Company Tesla Should Worry About in 2021

Shares of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) have had such a good year in 2020 that the company is now worth over $400 billion, more than many major automakers combined. Different investors have different theses on why Tesla is so valuable, ranging from the company being a high-growth, high-margin auto stock to its future as an autonomous driving company with software-level margins. But the one theme is that there’s a future for Tesla that’s much bigger and more impactful than where it is today. 

When a stock rises like Tesla’s has, it puts a lot of pressure on the company to keep growing to meet investor expectations. But there are flaws in some of the growth theories, and there’s one upstart in particular that Tesla should worry about in 2021: Cruise, the General Motors (NYSE:GM) majority-owned autonomous driving company. 

Cruise vehicle with Seattle skyline in the background.

Image source: Cruise.

Breaking down Tesla’s growth thesis

Let’s look at the three ways

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Mugshots from U.S. Customs and Border Protection database leaked onto the dark web

Last June, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) subcontractor breach exposed over 184,000 photos of people collected as part of the Vehicle Face System, a facial recognition program at major ports of entry to verify travelers’ identities as they enter and exit the U.S. While CBP initially declined to say whether any of that data made its way onto the dark web, a new inspector general report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security found that at least 19 images were published online due to lapses in security protocols by Perceptics, the third-party responsible for securing the images.

The report’s findings, while somewhat preempted by Motherboard’s reporting last year, underline the dangers of law enforcement facial recognition systems. Centralized databases, particularly those managed by multiple parties, are vulnerable to hacking and ransomware attempts.

The Vehicle Face System, which launched in 2018 at the Nogales border crossing in Arizona and

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Build Your Own Raspberry Pi Home Network Content Filter


Every device on your network is bombarded 24/7 with malware, banner ads, pop-ups, and activity-tracking scripts. All that extra cruft slows down your browsing. But with a bit of tinkering, you can program a tiny and cheap Raspberry Pi computer to block this noisome dross. Follow these instructions to install the free program Pi-hole, which checks all incoming data against blacklists of your choosing before deciding whether the packets should be passed on to your devices. It’s more efficient than a standard ad blocker; the filtering works across every device on your network, banishing ads, trackers, and malicious code from phones, iPads, PCs, game consoles, Rokus, and even smart TVs.


What You’ll Need

  • Raspberry Pi ($35) with the free Raspberry Pi OS software installed
  • Home network router (either the one from your ISP or your own—we like the TP-Link AX6000)
  • Mac or Windows PC for installing
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Peerless-AV Launches Seamless Kitted dvLED Mounting Systems

The What:  Peerless-AV has added eight new dedicated flat-to-wall models to its Seamless Kitted Series of dvLED Video Wall Mounts.

Seamless Kitted Series Flat dvLED Mounting System for Absen's Direct View LED Displays

Seamless Kitted Series Flat dvLED Mounting System for Absen’s Direct View LED Displays (Image credit: Peerless-AV)

The What Else: The new Seamless Kitted Series Mounting Systems are designed exclusively for leading direct view LED display manufacturers, offering slim, space-saving, and aesthetically appealing designs for multiple configurations. With integrated cable management, easy-hang hardware, and a lightweight aluminum frame, integrators can quickly and easily build a video wall.

[The Integration Guide to Video Walls]

Each Kitted Series model has its own specifications and configurations. The mounts are made with a lightweight aluminum frame, making installation simple as well as minimizing wall load. The modular design of each model offers unlimited video wall display configurations, and includes height and depth adjustment to help overcome installation irregularities, assure the dvLED pixels are

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Single Digits, an Innovative High-Speed Internet Access Solutions Provider, Welcomes Bill Wilshire as Chief Operating Officer


Single Digits, an Innovative High-Speed Internet Access Solutions Provider, Welcomes Bill Wilshire as Chief Operating Officer

(Sept. 9, 2020) Renovata & Company is pleased to announce the placement of Bill Wilshire as chief operating officer of Single Digits, a leading provider of high-speed internet access (HSIA) management and support solutions.

Backed by the private equity investor, GI Partners, Single Digits offers a complete guest internet solution, including IP network design, engineering, professional services, ongoing maintenance, networking monitoring, multi-lingual support, revenue reporting and authentication tracking. The company serves more than 1,600 customers across various industries, including hospitality, property management, healthcare, government, education, travel and more.

Single Digits is positioned for growth with its innovative Broadband Authentication Platform (BAP), which enables properties to tailor their HSIA to their industry’s unique needs. Using the company’s managed service business models, clients can boost revenues, strengthen customer loyalty and promote their own brands

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