Most likely you've heard of The Internet of Things, or IoT for short, in the recent years. The advances in technology and wired and wireless services that are now available has given birth to an era where many devices are now connected to a central hub or each other, communicating, sharing data, optimizing our lifestyles. But, what many people don't see and often times flies under the radar, is how the public sector and government are using IoT to help create benefits to our everyday lives and be more environmentally conscious, like saving energy.
(Press Release) Ultra Electronics, 3eTI®, a leading cyber-technology company, today announces the signing of a reseller agreement with Resolute Partners. The agreement enables this leading company in internet access and data communications solutions to resell 3eTI's entire line of certified cybersecurity products.
RESOLUTE Partners is excited to announce its acceptance into Connecticut's Supplier Diversity Program. The program "targets at least 25% of the State's business be transacted with small businesses”. The program also includes those businesses owned by minorities, women and the disabled. Now that RESOLUTE is certified as a Connecticut small business, we will be able to bid on Connecticut state and municipal contracts. The certification lasts 2 years.
Here at RESOLUTE Partners, we have been lucky enough to have been designing, engineering, installing and maintaining advanced wireless networks since 1997.
One of RESOLUTE Partners goals has always been to do more work closer to home. As proud residents of Southington, CT, there are a number of opportunities to help local and state businesses expand their advanced network needs across guest Wi-Fi, energy management and rural broadband.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is looking to award grants between $100,000 and $3 million as part of its 2015 Community Connect program. The deadline for submissions is February 17.
Good to see today’s announcement that Scotland is rolling out free public access Wi-Fi hot spots in government buildings in cities such as Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Perth.
Across the globe, access to the Internet from virtually anywhere has become a major priority for governments striving to improve the quality of life and encourage economic development. Once the core infrastructure, fiber backbone or wireless connectivity, is in place the installation and activation of “hot spots” such as those planned for Scotland can take place quickly.
February 5, 2014
Working with Seneca Telecomm, RESOLUTE Partners is bringing broadband connectivity to as many as 1,500 Seneca Nation homes in upstate New York. The coverage area is approximately 24 square miles of rural, difficult to access terrain. RESOLUTE designed and engineered a multi-tower, point-to-multipoint wireless network to effectively deliver broadband Internet access to tribal member homes where traditional Internet service is not available. And satellite or 3G/4G service is spotty at best.