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Carl Ford Info

As a partner at Crossfire Media, Carl is developing programs that bring to light an understanding of the issues required for delivering broadband wireless Internet services with existing technologies and facilitated by a variety of smart end user devices. As a board member of the VON Coalition, Carl runs weekly phone calls to communicate the latest regulatory issues affecting the entire industry.


Latest Articles

05/22/2015 Getting the WebRTC Message Across with Comverse
05/20/2015 Analytics: Time to Pull Back the Curtain in the IoT
05/20/2015 Can OTT Kill VoLTE or Voice-Charging?
05/13/2015 Kurzworld: Basketball Nanomotors and Glidden Paints
05/13/2015 Free Continues to Improve the Experience
05/13/2015 'Free' Continues To Improve the Meeting Experience
05/13/2015 What ISDN Brought into the World, VoIP has Abused
05/06/2015 Kurzworld: The Future of Under Armor
05/06/2015 Let's Face(book) the Reality that SIP is Not the Answer
04/29/2015 Smart Bodies: A Future Story From KurzWorld 2025
04/29/2015 Does Wireless IP have any IP Characteristics?
04/23/2015 WebRTC Less Balkanized than the Web? Or Just Another SNAFU?
04/22/2015 I Can Draw Architectures, But Sometimes A Cloud is the Best I Can Do.
04/22/2015 Will the Mobile Internet Require SS7 2.0?
04/15/2015 Cat 0 vs. Cat 1: Perhaps the Limits are Beyond This Scope
04/14/2015 The Internet of (Open Source Software) Things
04/08/2015 Automotive 2025: It's not Uber Alles.
04/08/2015 The Fifth G is Coming to a Millimeter Near You
04/06/2015 Can the Cloud Take on Disaster Recovery?
04/01/2015 Make Sure Your IoT Apps Get the Applause They Deserve
04/01/2015 Should Carriers Develop Their Own Frameworks?
03/25/2015 The Machine Leading the Blind
03/25/2015 Is it Time to Accept that 4G is the Only Road Forward?
03/18/2015 Cooper's Law of Spectral Efficiency
03/17/2015 Lean, Mean and a Profit Machine
03/11/2015 The Adoption Challenge: PARC's Perspective
03/11/2015 Dick Tracy Would Not be Happy with the Apple Watch
03/10/2015 Respoke: Time for a New Way to Talk
03/04/2015 Does Net Neutrality Stand A Chance in the Courts?
03/03/2015 Can IoT MVNO's Ride the Netflix Net Neutrality Coattails
02/25/2015 What Does Your Urgent Care Center and the Video Billboard Have in Common?
02/25/2015 If You Haven't Yet Learned the Power of 'GWATT', You Will
02/18/2015 Mapping the Air for Drones
02/18/2015 All Politics are Local, Even for Federal Agencies
02/13/2015 Sencha Bringing Lifecycle Management to Mobile Applications
02/11/2015 All This Great TLS Security of IoT and We Still Can't Use IPv6
02/11/2015 Should Microsoft Buy Radio Shack's Remaining Assets?
02/04/2015 A Protocol and an Integrator Drive into a Parking Lot
02/04/2015 A Protocol and an Integrator Drive into a Parking Lot…
02/04/2015 IoT Takes Location Based Services to the Next Level
01/28/2015 The Trends Ahead
01/28/2015 Thoughts While at ITEXPO: Confusion, Collusion and Net Neutrality
01/21/2015 The Value of Community for Developers
01/21/2015 Contemplating Consolidation
01/21/2015 Usage-Based Insurance Strategies: A Real-Time Solution that Lags
01/21/2015 IoT & How It Applies to You
01/21/2015 Aeris Looks to Make Things Viral on the Internet
01/21/2015 Tastes Great, Less Filling: LoRa
01/07/2015 What Hath CES Wrought.
01/07/2015 Power is 'Almost' Everything. Excluding Coverage
12/29/2014 IoT Security: A Bold New World
12/24/2014 Is It Time to End the FCC?
12/23/2014 Follow the White Rabbit to a Bold Blue Ocean
12/17/2014 War Without Borders: Cyber IoT Terrorism
12/17/2014 War Without Borders: Cyber IOT Terrorism
12/17/2014 Does Apple VoLTE Make T-Mobile More Compelling?
12/10/2014 The Rollout of 5G: Get Ready, Get Set, Hype!
12/09/2014 Can the Cloud Take on Disaster Recovery?
12/03/2014 The IoT Big Data Challenge
12/03/2014 Net Neutrality, and its Relation to Pizza and Uber Services
11/26/2014 Getting on the Beam with AOptix
11/26/2014 Getting on the Beam with Aoptix
11/24/2014 The Hot Spots of Retail
11/19/2014 The Tell Tale Signs of WebRTC Banking
11/17/2014 It's Not Anthropomorphic: It's Automotive
11/13/2014 Big Things Are Brewing, Stay Thirsty My Friends
11/13/2014 Remote Monitoring and Management
11/13/2014 Management Reorg May Cast Ellison in an Even More Important Role
11/12/2014 Verizon Wireless: 'We Know Where You Go!'
11/11/2014 Getting Semantic about Sensors
11/05/2014 Wireless WebRTC: Everything You Were Afraid to Ask For and Why
11/05/2014 The FCC Gets Dense About Wireless
11/05/2014 Tele2 Gets Vertical All over the Place
10/31/2014 Fetch as Google - Text is Content and Content is King
10/29/2014 Blue Pillar: Bringing Energy Management to Enterprise Facilities
10/29/2014 Giving Voice to Enterprise Should be a Priority
10/27/2014 Go Figure: You May Need Fog to Have the Clearest View of the Cloud
10/22/2014 Apple Knows Everywhere You Search. But Do You Care?
10/21/2014 Beyond the Role of Management at SeeControl
10/20/2014 Should the Cloud Utilize HTML5 Solutions?
10/15/2014 Brendan O'Brien is Not Lost in a Blue Ocean at Aria Networks
10/08/2014 Re-Engineering 2.0: The Impacts of IoT
10/08/2014 The FCC Stops Time Regarding Time Warner
10/08/2014 Making Contact with the Internet of Things Community
10/01/2014 Shelly Palmer is Right: Fan Boys and Fan Girls Love the iPhone 6
10/01/2014 JavaOne is Going and What are You Going to do about IoT?
10/01/2014 Shelly Palmer is Right: Fan Boys and Fan Girls Love the iPhone6
09/24/2014 Frequently Asked Questions About M2M Scaling Solutions
09/24/2014 We're All Largely Dense When it Comes to Small Cells
09/17/2014 iWatch Apple with Anticipation
09/16/2014 When it Comes to the Internet, Satellite is Part of the Mix
09/10/2014 I Wish I Had a Cookie for Every Time I Need 'State'
09/03/2014 Who Should Own Your Small Cells?
09/03/2014 If You Don't Tell Anyone, the Spectrum Will
08/27/2014 Fog Computing: Drawing Dreams Closer
08/27/2014 The iPhone 6: Loyalty's Price and Apple's Burden
08/20/2014 Give it REST: HTML5 Meets the Internet of Things
08/20/2014 Our Biggest Asset May be a Concept
08/20/2014 3.5 GHz: Moving the Precedents to Somewhere Useful
08/19/2014 Interoperability vs. Ubiquity: Why SIPsters are Miffed