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Zebra TC51 is here!

BEAUTY, BRAWN AND BRAINS — EVERYTHING YOUR WORKERS WANT, WITH EVERYTHING YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS Today’s workers want a device that is every bit as contemporary and easy to use as the smartphone they use every day. You need a device that will last for years, built for all-day every day enterprise use, with all the features you need to enable your workers to achieve peak productivity and keep your data secure. Now you can have it all with the TC51 and TC56 Touch Computers from Zebra. No more compromising device design for enterprise functionality — or enterprise functionality for device design. Built for the new business world, you get an industrial design that looks and feels like the most popular pocketable consumer-style smartphones to meet worker expectations, along with the durability, enterprise-class features, power, security and manageability your business requires. And with many unique Zebra-only features, you get a touch computer that is truly in a class of its own. The TC51 and TC56 — the next evolution in enterprise touch computing. Active Edge™ Touch Zone for One-touch Access to the Features Your Workers Use the Most Create unique dedicated keys on either side of the display for one-touch access to the most frequently used device features and applications, from the scanner, camera and line-of-business applications to telephony features such as push-to-talk and text messaging. Maximum Display Size with Advanced Technology The 5 in. display offers plenty of real estate for graphics-intensive intuitive applications. This capacitive touch panel gives your workers easy, familiar and flexible multitouch operation that works even when wet, with a gloved finger or a stylus. And with best-in-class outdoor readability, the screen is easy to read, even in bright sunlight. The Ultimate Scanning Performance With our advanced scanning technology and PRZM Intelligent Imaging, your workers get lightning fast capture of 1D and 2D barcodes, even if they are damaged, dirty and poorly printed — or displayed on a screen. An extraordinary working range plus a wide field of view increases application flexibility — workers can scan barcodes nearer and farther away. And omnidirectional scanning delivers true point and shoot — there is no need to ever align barcode and scanner. Automatically Capture and Process Entire Documents With SimulScan Document Capture, a Mobility DNA ingredient, your workers can simultaneously capture barcodes, text fields, phone numbers, images, signatures and even check boxes in the time it takes to press a button, improving invoicing and order speed and more. Business Tough Ultra-high Resolution Photos The 13 MP camera allows workers to easily document proof-of-condition, proof-ofdelivery, proof-of-service and much more. The Processing Power to Do It All The blazing 1.8 GHz hexa-core 64-bit processor can run everything your workers need to take care of business, from multiple graphics-intensive lineof- business apps to PBX deskphone functionality. You get better performance and better power consumption — while the processor uses up to 15% less power, apps run up to 5 times faster. And with support for Marshmallow and the next two versions of Android (‘N’ and ‘O’), you get superior investment protection. Rugged and Ready for Business While the TC51 and TC56 look like a smartphone, your workers can drop it in water or onto concrete, use it in dusty areas and more — and still expect reliable operation. The unibody design provides extra impact protection for the sensitive electronics. And the Corning Gorilla Glass touch panel and imager window bring maximum scratch- and shatter-proofing to two of the most vulnerable device features. PowerPrecision+ Battery for Bestin-class Power and Manageability Your workers depend on their mobile devices nearly every minute of the workday. This user replaceable battery delivers up to an impressive 14 hours of power,2 ensuring that workers have plenty of power for the longest shift and devices are always available. A wealth of easily accessible battery metrics make it easier than ever to identify, remove and replace aging batteries. And with Warm Swap mode, users can change the battery without losing connectivity — no reboot is required. Unsurpassed Security with Zebra’s Mobility Extensions (Mx) Mx is a series of features that make Android a more robust enterprise class operating system. Another Mobility DNA ingredient, Mx is pre-installed on every TC51/TC56 device and is simple to deploy, allowing you to easily create the most secure, purpose-built, enterprise class Android device. With Android and Mx, you can prevent unauthorized users from accessing the device, as well as the installation and opening of unauthorized apps. Additional device controls prevent configuration errors that can take the device offline and erode worker productivity. The ability to actively detect vulnerabilities and automatically execute the right corrective action helps prevent data leaks and more. Multiple Configurations to Meet Different Business Needs Standard Configuration devices come with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and Android for Work (AFW). GMS provides integrated Google applications such as Gmail and Google Maps, and AFW adds more enterprise-class features. Professional Configuration devices ship without GMS and AFW, promoting greater privacy and security of personal information. Both configurations are based on Android Open Source (AOSP).   Get More Value out of your Devices with Mobility DNA Every strand of your mobility platform is simpler with Zebra’s Mobility DNA. That’s because right from the start, you have the industry’s most comprehensive suite of mobility must-haves to accelerate your solution. More off-the shelf enduser apps, more robust administration utilities and easier app development. Purpose built for enterprise, Mobility DNA makes ease, confidence and value intrinsic to your investment and our full line of Android mobile computers. The Highest Quality Voice in its Class for Crystal Clear Voice Calls Speakers that deliver four times the loudness of popular smartphones and noise-cancellation technology ensure that callers on both ends of every call can hear every word — regardless of the volume of background noise. The Fastest, Most Dependable Wireless Connections Inside and Outside the Four Walls The Wi-Fi enabled TC51 supports the fastest Wi-Fi connections with the most robust roaming support. The Wi-Fi and 4G LTE cellular-enabled TC56 keeps workers connected no matter where they are — in your facility or out in the field. A Complete Suite of Enterprise Accessories A trigger handle and a variety of holsters make it easy to use the TC51 and TC56 in just about any workflow. Backroom management is easier with the ShareCradle that can charge it all — device and batteries, plus convenient multi-slot chargers. With an Ethernet connection option available for hare Cradles, syncing data with backend applications is easy. And vehicle cradles are ideal for delivery drivers and technicians out in the field.

Zebra ET50 - The Enterprise Tablet

The standards Configuration includes Google Mobile Services (GMS) and Android for Work (AFW). GMS provides intergrated Google applications such as Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Play Store, while AFW offers enterprise features such as Mobile Application Management (MAM). The Professional Configuration ships without Google GMS and AFW, eliminating all service connexions, thereby maintaining system privacy while retaining Zebra value-adds. Both configurations are built on Android Open Source (AOSP).

No checkout line!

No checkout? The future is here! Amazon .com Inc. brings exciting solution for shoppers in hurry. In Seattle, Washington the company introduces the world's first grocery store without checkout lines. At least how we know them today. The new system allows users take whatever they want from the store without scanning or otherwise manually building up the list of purchase. It all happens behind the scene on-line. According to Jing Geo, Bloomberg the company is testing the new system at what it’s calling an Amazon Go store in Seattle, which will open to the public early next year. Customers will be able to scan their phones at the entrance using a new Amazon Go mobile app. Then the technology will track what items they pick up or even return to the shelves and add them to a virtual shopping cart in real time, according a  video  Amazon posted on YouTube. Once the customers exit the store, they’ll be charged on their Amazon account automatically. The concept store and automated checkout mark Amazon’s latest attempt to upend the grocery business. The company began experimenting with  fresh food  in 2007, when it started AmazonFresh, a delivery service now active in 16 U.S. markets. Amazon has since started opening pickup centers where shoppers can fetch their web purchases. Perhaps recognizing that many people remain reluctant to purchase fresh food online, sight unseen, the company is now testing what looks a lot like a convenience store. “Most people still have two requirements,” said Forrester analyst Brendan Witcher. “One is, ‘I want something today, I don’t want to wait.’ Number two is ‘I want to touch and feel the product before I commit to it.”’ So if the Amazon Go concept works, will the company build small grocery stores in cities all over the country? Amazon isn’t saying. But some analysts envision a combination pickup center, fulfillment warehouse and small grocery store. After all, Amazon is already building urban warehouses, including a 50,000-square-foot facility in midtown Manhattan, that handle same-day deliveries to local customers. some analysts envision a combination pickup center, fulfillment warehouse and small grocery store Selling fresh food is a strategy long employed by retailers to boost foot traffic and get people to buy more stuff. “I believe you’re going to see growing offline presence in high-turnover goods, which is mostly groceries and household items,” said James Cakmak, an analyst at Monness Crespi Hardt & Co.  Amazon employees are testing out the 1,800-square-foot store on the company’s campus, where they can buy ready-to-eat breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options as well as grocery essentials from bread and milk to artisanal cheeses and locally made chocolates. Also available: Amazon Meal Kits, containing all the ingredients needed to make a meal for two in 30 minutes. The Amazon Go store is just part of Amazon’s broader retail strategy. Another format the company is considering is a larger shop that also has a curbside pick-up component, according to the Wall Street Journal. If this concept pans out, Amazon could potentially open 2,000 locations, the Journal  reported , citing people familiar with the matter. That’s similar to an option being developed for customers to pick up items at  Prime Now  fulfillment centers

Drones reduce stock-taking from 30 to 2 days

CEO Woon Junyng the CEO of Singapore based startup Infinium Robotics sees the future of warehouse data collection in drones. He is ready to show the world what he believes to be the next step. Woon developed strong will and courage at the Armed Forces to overcome any obstacles he and his organisation might faces. His background and story is impressive enough to listen to him. Infinium Robotics is still fairly new startup operating in an also new technology sector. The combination isn't unusual. We have seen similar situations with Apple and Microsoft. “Back in 2013, the use of drones was still in the infancy (stage), but it was starting to grow. I thought, can drone technology be used in the civilian sector? And then I realized there are actually a lot of applications,” Woon said. One of those possible applications is warehouse inventory management and rapid scanning. Infinium has its solution – called Infinium Scan – in its test phase where the company succeeded to develop a highly accurate positioning methodology. Woon knows that indoor drones face a different set of challenges, too, as GPS signals cannot be read accurately indoors and limited space presents risks of collision. Its indoor positioning technology can measure accuracy to the centimetre, while its camera system can measure accuracy to the millimetre. “If you are (flying drones) outdoors you can measure your errors in metres and it still works because there is so much space,” said Woon. “When indoors, you might be able to get signals through opening of windows or doors but your position is not accurate.” This way is expected to reduce the stock-taking processes at warehouses from 30 days to two days. Woon and his team is clearly working on very different sorts of robots than the human-like walking talking ones we see appearing usually in Japanese trade shows. The main motivations are productivity and speed which is very agreeable in the today's economic climate. “You see robotics coming in to replace very specific functions of human labour. Robots cannot replace humans entirely. That means you cannot create a robot to be like a human and do everything,” Woon said. “Robots have to be designed to do one task, and to do it well and do it better (than humans).”     Woon is optimistic about the future growth opportunities and thinks it is a good time to develop advanced drones. “Actually (slow economic growth) would hasten the process of our technology being adopted by companies. Why? Because as logistics companies find that their profit margins are being squeezed, they will find ways to increase profit margins,” he said. “And that’s when (they) would be willing to adopt new technology to improve profit margins.” Despite its small size, Singapore makes for an ideal testbed for Infinium Robotics’ new technology because it is a shipment hub, where many global logistics MNCs, such as Maersk, DHL and U-Freight, have set their bases. But Woon thinks even the largest organisations have plenty of room to improve when it comes to technology background. “If you look at automation technologies that companies are using at the moment, it’s actually very primitive, like we’re still stuck (from) 20 years ago. But it’s no fault of the companies because they have to stick to something that works,” he said.   Despite such setbacks, Woon believes his military background has trained him well to help him realise his vision of taking his drone technology beyond Singapore. “Enemies will try to counter your will, make sure that your forces are demoralized, so that they will win. For us, as commanders and officers, we have to make sure the morale is high, and we work towards one single goal. That’s what we do in the military that can be applied to (my business).” Read the oroginal article on e27.co.

Invisible tracking software helps to find out what happens to stolen phone

Anthony van der Meer – the Netherland based film maker -, filmed the afterlife of his cell phone after it was stolen from him. He recorded footage using the device's own camera and microphone. If the purpose was to get the phone back, he could have achieved it easily. Instead Anthony tracked the activities of the thief for an extended time period to create a 22 min documentary available on his  portfolio website . Find my Phone - Nederlands  from  Anthony van der Meer  on  Vimeo .   How is it possible? The cell phone required a bit of a “hacking” to get started – explains Van Der Meer. A software called Cerberus – similar to the solution we are using at OpalTec – had been installed on a separate partition of the phone' internal storage. To hide the otherwise obvious filenames Anthony contacted the developers. Let's get the phone stolen... After 4 days of unsuccessful trial in a shopping centre finally Anthony had luck and his phone changed hands on Amsterdam Subway. Every time the phone is connected to the internet, Anthony could control its functions. It includes taking pictures, downloading and uploading files, recording audio, accessing contacts, messages and other saved data. Gps tracking During the experiment Van Der Meer receives gps location data from his device, so he knew where the thief lives, where he goes what is he doing most of the time. As he explains towards the end of his movie, he starts to know this person. Let's stop here for a moment If you say: hey I need a software like this, you belong to the majority. The phrases like data collection, privacy hacking and device security are closer to each other you might think at first. Hacking or security the two edged sword The recent chinese hacking scandal uses a similar preinstalled software. If your cell phone is produced by the famous budget phone manufacturer Blu, chances are it is affected. More info here:  http://thehackernews.com/2016/11/hacking-android-smartphone.html . Technology is good but in bad hands it turns into a dangerous tool. What we do at OpalTec is the good use Our mobile device management solutions include many features used by Van Der Meer but this is just the top of the iceberg. Phones used for work need to fulfill requirements higher and trickier than a “normal” smartphone. Lockdowns Application control Speed control Tracking Remote control Remote application deployment Professional support Our MDM solutions all meant to make sure your work devices are used the way they should be and with maximum efficiency. In summary there is a checklist for you to eliminate the chance of theft and sensitive data misuse: Keep your phone with you at all times in public spaces Apply pin code and password protection whenever possible Use unusual passwords that contain special characters, numbers, upper and lowercase characters Use two factor authentication whenever you can Use an app like Locker that automatically wipes the device when unsuccessful password attempts reach a limit.

OpalTec exhibits at RBTE

The  RBTE  Exhibition at Olympia in London, provided OpalTec with a great opportunity to meet with our customers and show them how we are  Innovating Enterprise Mobility  within the retail sector. Business Development Manager  James Mellor   said “Some of the media is predicting a difficult time for retailers in the UK, but it was good to speak to retailers and understand how innovation and technology is enabling them to embrace the omni-channel world and challenge this trend. Particular areas of interest were mobile payment technologies, using RFID for better inventory management, and how  OpalTec’s EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) solution  can help retailers deliver an agile and responsive mobile technology strategy.” OpalTec's stand exhibited products from its key partners including  Zebra Technologies ,  Honeywell ,  Datalogic ,  Cipherlab ,  Nordic ID  and  SOTI

The new Zebra ZQ300 Series Mobile Printer - Big business value at an affordable price

Delivering Excellent Printing Performance—Inside or Outside Whether workers are printing out price markdown labels on the sales floor or leaving a delivery notice at a customer’s doorstep, they need a mobile printer that’s fast, flexible and reliable. The ZQ300 Series is the mobile printer that can do it all. Building on the legacy of the iMZ series mobile printers, customers can choose from two design models to fit the needs of their business. An inside-the-four-walls model enables associates to ring up sales anywhere in the store, prevent abandoned sales and improve the shopper experience. An outside-the-four-walls model can handle the elements, generate high quality receipts and guarantee power for the longest shift in the field. Available in both 2-inch and 3-inch print widths, the ZQ300 Series offers the fastest wireless connections available; class-leading battery and power technologies for full-shift power; enterprise durability to handle everyday drops and bumps; and powerful remote management capabilities that significantly lower total cost of ownership. The primary markets for the ZQ300 Series printers are: Retail Manufacturing Transportation & Logistics Key applications include: Proof of delivery Invoices Receipts Mobile point-of-sale Shelf labeling Price markdowns/markups Parking violations Inventory lists Specifications: PRINT WIDTH 48 mm/1.89 in. (ZQ310), 72 mm/2.83 in. (ZQ320) MAXIMUM PRINT SPEED Up to 4 ips (100 mm/s) DURABILITY IP Rating: IP54 MEDIA ROLL OUTSIDE DIAMETER 40 mm/1.57 in. WEIGHT 0.37 kg/.81 lbs. (ZQ310), 0.43 kg/.95 lbs. (ZQ320) BATTERY CAPACITY Li-Ion 2280 mAh, 3.6V, PowerPrecision+ Specification Sheets: Zebra ZQ300 specification sheet (inside version) Zebra ZQ300 specification sheet (outside version)

Mobile operating systems are changing - Are you ready?

Organisations with mobile devices currently running applications that require a legacy Microsoft mobile operating system (Windows CE 6 or Windows Mobile/Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5) will soon face the end of support for their platform. Mainstream support, which includes regular updates, has ended for both legacy systems, and Microsoft extended support (security fixes etc.) will end for Windows CE 6 in the first half of 2018, and for Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 at the beginning of 2020. After these dates, organisations will be unable to obtain fixes should a vulnerability or error be found in Microsoft code. OpalTec has prepared a short document detailing how  mobile operating systems are changing .   OpalTec can provide a pain free transition to Android Transitioning from legacy Windows platforms to Android involves writing new apps, adapting workflows and changing the mobile devices that workers use, which can prove to be a significant undertaking for any IT department. To find out how OpalTec can help your organisation transition from a Windows based operating system to Android, please complete the form below, and one of our experts will be in contact with you…

Zebra Mobilty DNA

Zebra Mobility DNA Android provides the opportunity to implement a mobility strategy to solve multiple business challenges across the supply chain. OpalTec recommends Android devices from Zebra technologies for multiple applications across the supply chain whether it is the MC3300 being used for receiving deliveries, the WT6000 for picking orders, the TC75 for managing the delivery process, or the ET50 Tablets and TC51 for serving customers in store. The devices are rugged and capable so it is important that the software tools are secure and reliable too. OpalTec uses Zebra Mobility DNA to enhance the capabilities, and security of Android mobile devices and to make implementation rapid and trouble free. Mobility DNA is the genetic code that gives Zebra mobile computers distinct enterprise capabilities. Its unique ecosystem of software transforms Android™, the world’s most popular consumer operating system, into an enterprise-ready force. Now, the pains common to other enterprise mobility platforms disappear—making operations a powerhouse of productivity, management simpler, and integration problem-free. Videos OpalTec EMM

Mobilise your Business with Zebra Rugged Tablets

Mobilise your Business with Zebra Rugged Tablets from OpalTec Your business thrives on being able to deliver in the most challenging environments and in difficult circumstances,  on time and every time . Whether you are delivering a product or service, or you need to get real time information in the hands of the people that matter let Zebra’s portfolio of Enterprise grade tablets enable mobilisation of your business. From the factory production line, in the warehouse, in vehicles, in retail stores or outdoors Zebra has a tablet solution that will excel performing business tasks. A full range of accessories ensure the tablets can capture critical business data, connect to critical business systems and have enough power to work as long as you do.                         

Zebra's new TC22 & TC27

The Ultimate Cost-Effective Mobile Computers For Your Business Zebra's TC22/TC27 mobile computers are the latest addition to their successful TC2x Series, providing all the latest features you will need to level the playing field and make it easier to compete with any size business. From retail, hospitality, and the warehouse to field service and entertainment, this durable device has it all — a next-generation processor, 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, CBRS and private 5G networks, a large 6" display you can see indoors and outside, fast first-time every time capture of barcodes in any condition with an integrated scanner, support for tap-to-pay and non-payment contactless transactions, battery power for the longest shift, accessories that make every job easier, plus proven solutions that add new capabilities that allow you to do more with the TC22/TC27. Get the boost you need to compete with any size business with the TC22/TC27 — the smartphone style workers want, and the features your business needs, all at a price you can afford. For more information, please click on this link TC27 / TC27 introduction video

Celebrating 25 years of OpalTec

Celebrating 25 years of OpalTec 5th October 2023, Bristol, UK Today, we are celebrating a very special landmark. From humble beginnings in Managing Director Mark Hamilton-Davies' house, via the Old Church on Collins Street to our current headquarters at Burcott Road in Avonmouth, its been quite a journey for OpalTec. On 5th October 1998, fresh from celebrating the end of his 20s, Mark Hamilton-Davies started trading as Opal Technology Brokerage. The number one song in the UK Charts was Rollercoaster by B*witched. A song title that very aptly described the first few years of that journey. Back in 1998, technology was very different. Portable Data Terminals, as they were known back then, predominantly ran on DOS based Operating Systems, could only scan 1D barcodes, and if you mentioned wireless most people would probably think you were talking about Radio 4 and The Archers or The Shipping Forecast. Symbol Technologies and Telxon dominated the market, with Symbol introducing the PDT6100 series to replace the PDT3100 series which had dominated the retail and transport & logistics sectors for several years. In December 2000, the company changed its name to OpalTec International Limited to more accurately reflect its ambitions and business model. Relationships had already been formed with major organisations in manufacturing, retail and transport & logistics throughout Europe and farther afield. This was followed in May 2002 by a move to new, much bigger and fully refurbished premises at The Old Church in Avonmouth, and the creation of OpalTec's first repair centre (initially known as Sym-Tel) in 2003. We quickly outgrew the facility at The Old Church, and in May 2005 moved to our current location on Burcott Road in Avonmouth. The Burcott Road site has an 8,000sqft warehouse as well as space for more than 10 helpdesk and workshop staff. This additional space has allowed OpalTec to store large volumes of stock and to employ a very talented technical team to assist in pre-sales and post-sales technical support. This additional technical knowledge allowed OpalTec to guide its customers through the Windows based operating systems in devices like the market leading MC9000 series terminals. Following Microsoft's decision to move out of the mobile Operating System space, Android has become the primary Operating System used by most device manufacturers in the Enterprise Mobility sector, with a move away from the traditional handheld terminal form factor to more touchscreen based devices. OpalTec's knowledge base has enabled its customers to make the transition to Android based devices, and with the larger volumes of devices used throughout most industries, we have developed key skills in areas such as Mobile Device Management, Application Management, Security and Streamlining of Workflows. The world of barcoding and mobile computing has certainly moved on a long way in the last 25 years, and we're very excited about what the next 25 years has in store for OpalTec and the Enterprise Mobility space...

OpalTec Partners With StayLinked To Ensure Seamless Transition To 5G Networks

StayLinked ensures supply chain industry’s seamless transition to 5G by eliminating connectivity issues By Randy Provence on May 20, 2024 Irvine, CA: May 21, 2024  – As 5G adoption grows StayLinked’s enterprise-grade terminal emulation (TE) software, SmartTE, is ensuring that supply chain organizations and warehouse operations can fully maximise the technology advancements 5G delivers. As mobile devices move from one network to another,  SmartTE  is enabling these organizations to seamlessly overcome potential 5G and private-5G network connectivity issues. “Even under today’s WLAN conditions, connection issues and dropped sessions, occur at an alarming rate. This results in a warehouse worker’s workflow being disrupted and often, completely lost,” explained Justin Griffith, StayLinked’s chief technology officer. “With the introduction of 5G and private-5G networks, connectivity issues are likely to increase leading to a further reduction in worker productivity and operational efficiency in warehouses. This not only wastes expensive IT resources as they try to resolve connection issues, but also worsens the worker experience.” StayLinked uniquely addresses 5G connectivity issues in warehouses. Unlike other terminal emulation software, StayLinked’s SmartTE uses a resident server to securely connect workers to the warehouse management system (WMS). This ensures session persistence and seamless connectivity, enhancing operational efficiency.  “With sessions residing on the StayLinked server and not on the worker’s mobile device, connectivity to the WMS remains uninterrupted even if connectivity issues arise, preventing dropped sessions,” continued Griffith. “A simple reconnect takes the worker back to exactly where they were in the workflow, with no data loss and no need to involve anyone from IT.” 5G connectivity issues are likely to be particularly prevalent for warehouse operations which are spread out over several buildings or where goods are stored outside i.e. ports, timber yards and railway yards.  “Having wasted a lot of time and effort trying to solve our connectivity issues with traditional TE software the issues remained unsolved,” said Rob McGregor, service desk IT manager for one of the  UK’s major port groups, PD Ports . “StayLinked’s SmartTE worked immediately and all of our connectivity problems went away!” The rise of 5G and private-5G networks could significantly increase connectivity issues, posing a huge challenge for supply chain organizations and warehouse operators. If these challenges are not addressed, they could prevent companies benefiting from the giant leap forward in wireless communications which 5G offers. “SmartTE’s session persistence eliminates data loss and lost productivity by its elegant handling of mobile device roaming and connectivity between different networks,” said James Mellor, business development manager for StayLinked partner,  OpalTec International Ltd . “It is a challenge which some supply chain organizations and warehouse operators do not understand can be easily solved by StayLinked and its enterprise-grade SmartTE software, which will enable them to take full advantage of 5G.”  ______________________________________________________________________________________ Media Contact: Sarah Chidgey | The Essential Agency| +44 (0) 7795 288302 |  sarah@theessential.agency