The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
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Reporting on the impact of Covid-19 in T&T
Once you are in an area with LTE coverage and you have an LTE sim you will enjoy the full LTE experience. There are no restrictions for LTE and there is no throttling on our network. LTE is always LTE.
AMPLIA’s contribution is a part of a larger commitment by its parent company, TSTT, to contribute to the national emergency and disaster response including flood and hurricane relief.
By the second week of isolation, TSTT has successfully transitioned 82 per cent of its staff to working from home. That internal transition experience may provide the company with another asset.
To ensure uninterrupted service, TSTT has increased reserve power in key areas such as Caura, Couva and Balandra, and has a dedicated focus on health-care services in general.
“If you look at the road network in Trinidad and Tobago, that’s impossible to continue,” Sinanan said.”We cannot just go about buying new buses because we will be back at square one.”
Galt pointed to TSTT’s own internationally certified data centre (TIA-942-B and SOC II) and its award winning e-tender platform, developed and operated by talented Trinbagonians.
“We are excited to bring Noble’s powerful campaign strategy and dynamic gamification platforms to Avaya’s global users.”
“We are about moving Trinidad and Tobago into the fourth Industrial revolution and connectivity is the new world order.” – Dr Ronald Walcott
“The scenario is fully portable and will work anywhere that has 5G coverage. At this time the unrestricted movement is allowed.” – Hassel Bacchus
“When used in tandem with the government’s broader vision, 5G will facilitate a new phase in the country’s development,” – Robert Le Hunte.
The software ran on hardware that was no longer made, and the model of telecoms it had been designed to manage had begun to change.
That concert of alignment that we have now, I don’t think existed in that detail and was as understood ten years ago. I think as a result of that (the approach) was a bit more fragmented.
Data traffic that orginates locally remains local and is routed through TSTT’s servers. For security, all streams are protected with AES 128 bit encryption.
Huawei T&T’s CEO, Jeff Jin, believes the new lab will open up brand new possibilities for T&T’s engineering and IT students to create, design and problem solve.
TSTT’s expansion in the next couple of years will see cloud computing and the Internet of Things becoming big.