AT&T will provide connectivity for OneMedia‘s Sensation 3G smartwatch. Complete with activity trackers and phone features, the wearable can wirelessly transmit medical and health data to caregivers.
Using AT&T’s secure network, caregivers will be able to monitor chronically ill and recently discharged patients virtually in real-time, allowing them to intervene, if necessary. The Sensation 3G smartwatch can also connect via Bluetooth to other devices. The Sensation 3G smartwatch is especially useful for chronically ill and recently discharged patients. It can also help those looking to monitor their general health conditions.
OneMedia anticipates that the Sensation 3G medical and health smartwatch should be available for purchase later in 2016.
GWAVA, a provider of compliance, security, archiving and eDiscovery for electronic communication, announced a joint offering with Tango Networks, the global leader in enterprise mobility services.
GWAVA will add Tango Networks mobile call recording capabilities to its Retain Unified Archiving solution, to deliver mobile call recording and archiving for iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices, in addition to its email, social media, and mobile archiving functionality.
By archiving these mobile call recordings, organizations can enforce corporate policies of employee devices used for business communication purposes. This solution also ensures compliance with regulations such as Dodd-Frank, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, SEC, FINRA, FRCP, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and MiFID II and FSC.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Splunk Inc. are joining forces to bring analytics-driven, predictive threat detection to enterprises and government agencies.
Verizon has enhanced its flagship Managed Security Services platform by integrating analytics from Splunk Enterprise Security solutions. The combination of Verizon’s platform and Splunk software facilitates the ingestion of data for enrichment with Verizon’s massive amount of threat context data that can be analyzed and correlated to provide more actionable security intelligence to enterprises.
Verizon’s newly re-engineered Managed Security Services platform offers automated incident responses and security operations center functions, deep detection capabilities and analytics-driven security, end-to-end visibility, better threat intelligence, continuous device management, and the ability to choose from shared or dedicated models.
Exalt Wireless, a developer of next-generation wireless connectivity systems for private networks and Internet infrastructures, announced that its ExploreAir LR 7 GHz microwave systems have been used to establish a reliable, high-speed link spanning what it believes is a record-breaking 235 kilometers over water. The microwave link, deployed in a licensed frequency band for an unnamed wireless Internet service provider (WISP) between an island in the Mediterranean and the coast of Lebanon, provides up to 500 Mbps full duplex or 1 Gigabit per second of aggregate throughput and underscores Exalt’s outstanding performance and value. The link, as part of a hybrid network of microwave radios and land fiber, provides essential network connectivity between two continents and, after a full year in operation, has proven to be far less expensive and more reliable than leasing undersea cable.