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Year 2017

  • Nov 15: Internal Consulting: This action-learning workshop will help you achieve more productive relationships and partnerships through mastery of the techniques critical to interpersonal problem-solving, communication, and trust-building.  We will show you how to diagnose problems, predict customer needs, match your consulting style to those needs, make recommendations based on a substantiated decision making process, present your ideas in a clear and compelling manner, and fulfill client expectations … More
  • Nov 14: Effective Project Management: This hands-on workshop offers training in core project management skills. It combines PMBOK® material with supplemental, field-proven techniques, tools, and best practices. You will learn how to write a convincing project charter, identify and analyze stakeholders, define scope, establish project baselines, track exact status through a resource-loaded schedule, eliminate issues through risk management, forecast and control costs, promote great communication and much more … More
  • Nov 13: Leadership: Vision, Strategy, Execution: In this dynamic workshop, you will tackle all that it takes to succeed as a leader: the vision, the strategy, the execution, and navigating your organization through uncertainty and change. You will learn about your own style of leadership and how it impacts others. You will acquire the critical skills and tools that are required for leadership success in today’s business world … More
  • Nov 8: GD&T Workshop: This workshop helps you master the intricacies of GD&T. It offers an in-depth study of the key skills for properly applying and interpreting geometric tolerances including such concepts as MMC, virtual condition, basic dimensions as well as a detailed examination of each of the 14 geometric symbols. It also covers such topics as proper usage of datums, gaging and inspection, calculating simple stack-ups with GD&T … More
  • Nov 7: SDN/NFV Course: This course studies the SDN/NFV drivers, how SDN and NFV are related, how they are deployed, and the benefits they offer. It offers a detailed look at how SDN works, the OpenFlow protocol, SDN in the datacenter and the WAN, deployments of SDN in the real world, equipment manufacturers, the interaction of SDN with optical networking technologies, and the future of SDN. It also studies the principles of NFV, how NFV works in practice to simplify network operation and configuration, and the interaction of NFV and SDN in today’s networks and in the networks of the future … More
  • Nov 6: SATCOM Workshop: This industry-leading 5-day Satellite Communications workshop offers an in-depth understanding of the how-to’s of earth station design, link budget analysis, and deployment. Each module builds upon the previous modules, culminating in complete performance analysis of a satellite network based on equipment specifications, system configuration, and satellite parameters. Using the Excel spreadsheets included with the course we  will make sure that you have a detailed, practical, and hands-on understanding of all of the important aspects of SATCOM design … More
  • Nov 1: Evaluating, Designing, and Implementing Cloud Solutions: This course discusses the Cloud deployment types/models, pros and cons, and the economics. We will then apply all this to help you evaluate if Cloud Computing is right for you. We will discuss how to buy Cloud services and transition to the Cloud, including major issues such as security. We will conclude with a discussion of how Clouds interact with the new and emerging technologies such as IoT. Throughout the course we will look online at real Cloud offerings and applications … More
  • Oct 31: WiFi: Technology, Security, Deployment; Relationship with M2M, IoT, and 5G: This 2-to-5 day course offers complete coverage of the full set of IEEE 802.11 specs, including 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ad, 802.11af, 802.11ah, 802.11ax, 802.11ay, 802.11az, and 802.11mc. We discuss the technology, design, optimization, deployment, security, coexistence, and network attack/defense methods. We also examine the evolution and relationship of WiFi to the emerging M2M, IoT, and 5G wireless technologies … More
  • Oct 30: M2M Workshop with IoT and LTE: This 3-day course undertakes an in-depth study of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) Communications and Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of LTE evolution to 5G wireless … More
  • Oct 25: The Eogogics Root Cause Failure Analysis Workshop shows you how to utilize brainstorming, the 5-Why’s technique, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis,  hardware, software, and statistical analysis, design evaluation, and other key tools to evaluate potential failure causes and then zero in on the most likely causes. Use of built-in Excel analysis capabilities and templates for Excel-based Taguchi tests and operating characteristic curve evaluations provide a focused suite of failure analysis methodologies …More
  • Oct 24: Unleash Your Engineering Creativity with this 3-day Eogogics workshop: Learn the state-of-the-art techniques for creating innovative products or services and resolving difficult design challenges. It’s an immensely engaging course that will help your organization realize significant creativity improvements … More
  • Oct 23: GPON Backhaul Training for LTE-5G Networks, a 5-day deep-dive, covers the GPON technology including the basics of optical transmission, GPON architecture and components, GPON ITU-T standards, GPON functionality, GPON link budgets, and other important topics. The course also discusses the integration of GPON backhaul into LTE (indoor/outdoor) and 5G network architectures, including the key points underlying GPON backhaul capacity for LTE-A and 5G wireless … More
  • Oct 18: Check out the Eogogics Fall 2017 Engineering Courses: Engineering Creativity, Engineering Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Plastics Engineering, GD&T, Reliability Engineering, Root Cause Failure Analysis, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Technical Management, Project Management, and much more … Watch Sway
  • Oct 17: IoT Training in Depth Workshop: The Internet of Things (IoT) brings together many diverse Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) to facilitate the internetworking of devices, vehicles, building, and other smart, connected products/objects. This course undertakes an in-depth study of the business, enablers, technology, standards, planning considerations, and applications of IoT … More
  • Oct 16: 5G Wireless Technology and Applications Workshop: 5G will offer advanced spectral, signaling, and energy efficiency, higher data rates, improved capacity, reduced latency, and support of large-scale sensor networks. This course is a deep-dive into the drivers, potential technologies, and major applications of 5G, including Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT). Realistic examples and case studies, in line with plausible early-use scenarios for 5G, are included … More
  • Oct 11: Check out the updated Eogogics brochures and catalogs featuring our Fall 2017 offerings in 5G, LTE Advanced, SATCOM, M2M, WiFi, Bluetooth, IoT, Cloud Computing, SDN/NFV, IPv6 Networks, GPON, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Engineering (Root Cause Failure Analysis, Mechanical/Manufacturing, Systems, Software), Technical Project Management, Leading, and … More
  • Oct 10: IoT Security Course: With the falling costs and increasing capabilities of computer and network hardware and bandwidth, more and more devices are being designed to work with the Internet. Each added device brings security risks for the device user and potentially many other Internet users. This course examines the new and potentially quite serious IoT security issues that must be addressed by all Internet users. In this course, you will learn the concepts that underlie the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling technologies, how the various hardware/software components work together to power end-user and infrastructure applications, current and projected future applications, IoT application creation, vulnerabilities created by the IoT, types of security issues and threats posed by the IoT, and techniques for prevention, protection, and remediation … More
  • Oct 9: Digital Image Processing Course: We marvel at the high-resolution color images of Mars sent back by the Rovers, of Saturn by Cassini, and by the Hubble Telescope.  Closer to home, many have learned to enhance visual materials using tools such as Photo Shop and Paint Shop. In Digital Image Processing Training, you will learn the principles, algorithms and technologies for acquiring, enhancing, transmitting, and analyzing digital images including: Histograms and other analytical tools, digital image/video perception, optimal quantization and image compression, image transformations, digital filtering, image analysis techniques, feature extraction, capabilities and limitations of image processing tools, and practical considerations for specialized fields such as astronomy, biology, consumer-oriented images, engineering, intelligence, medicine, and physics … More
  • Oct 5: Check out the Fall issue of the Eogogics Quarterly, just published, with program news and articles on 5G, LTE/LTE-A, M2M, Cellular Wide Area Networks, LPWANs, Advanced WiFi, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cognitive Computing, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Smart and Connected Homes, Buildings, Vehicles, and Manufacturing, NFV, Internet of Things (IoT) including the Enterprise IoT (EIoT), Industrial IoT (IIoT) and Nanoscale IoT (NIoT), IoT Security, Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), and much more … More
  • Oct 3: What’s New at Eogogics This Fall? Check out the latest on our courses, research publications, and more … More
  • Oct 2: New blog – Smart Devices, M2M, WSNs, and the Internet of Things: The IoT, in some ways, is already here. It encompasses the networking and interaction of smart devices to achieve functionality that is currently labor-intensive, inconvenient, or just not feasible. It has begun with small-scale smart devices, and is progressing through larger, more complex systems such as autonomous vehicles. At some point in the future, the scope and degree of the automation may result in changes to major areas of society such as living and transportation, much as from the automobile and the Internet. However, security remains a major barrier to such applications, because anyone who can seize control of networked devices can create havoc and even cause personal injury or death … More
  • Sept 20: Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing in Communications: Fast growing AI technologies for consumer facing industries include chat bots and Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) and smart advisors. These technologies leverage autonomous agents to enable an ambient user experience for applications, services, and enhanced commerce. On the enterprise side, the majority of IT organizations are experimenting with AI in various forms such as Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Computer Vision, Image Recognition, Voice Recognition, Artificial Neural Networks, and more … More
  • Sept 19: Internet of Things (IoT) Digital Twinning: Digital Twinning leverages IOT platforms and software to map the physical world to the digital world, thereby creating a digital representation of a physical asset. Digital Twins can be used to monitor, simulate, and remotely control physical assets using their virtual representations. Digital Twinning will play a key role in IoT processes such as IoT Application Development, Testing and Control. The implementation of Digital Twins will also enable distributed remote control of assets, which will place an increasingly heavy burden on IoT Identity Management, Authentication, and Authorization … More
  • Sept 18: Machine-to-Machine Communications: This course undertakes a detailed study of M2M including its drivers and benefits, business trends, relationship with Machine Learning and the Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning algorithms, M2M standardization efforts, M2M ecosystem and applications, M2M network infrastructure technologies, M2M network planning and implementation, M2M over Wireless Optical, and other key topics … More
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  • Sept 12: Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT: Cloud Computing is moving beyond the consumer and enterprise markets into support for manufacturing and industrial automation of other industry verticals.  The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) represents a substantial opportunity for both the centralized cloud “as a service” model for software, platforms, and infrastructure as well as distributed computing often referred to as Fog Computing wherein IIoT edge computing will avail industry of real-time processing and analytics … More
  • Sept 11: Embedded Systems in IoT: A leading beneficiary of the rapid growth of the IoT will be the embedded systems market including providers of hardware, software, and operating systems. An embedded system is a computer system designed for specific control functions within a larger system, often with real-time computing constraints. It is embedded into a device often including hardware and mechanical parts. By contrast, a general-purpose computer, such as a personal computer (PC), is designed to be flexible and to meet a wide range of end-user needs … More
  • Sept 8: Connected Home and Smart Appliances: The combination of Smart Home technologies with Smart Appliances is transforming consumer lifestyles.  Tasks that were pure drudgery in the past are now easy, and in some cases, actually engaging and fun as appliances also act as information and entertainment conduits by way of connected home solutions.  In addition, major home appliances are increasingly becoming much easier to maintain and replace as the cloud-based “as a service” model transforms products into easy to use and informative services.  Meanwhile Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) are taking the consumer market by storm as both a universal user interface as well as Artificial Intelligence (AI) overlay with virtually any application … More
  • Sept 7: IoT in Smart Buildings: The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to have a profound impact on building automation and controls.  Smart Buildings rely on many technologies such as broadband wireless, cloud computing, and data management.  IoT is arguably at the center of efficiency improvements and creating a safer and more pleasant work environment while raising workforce productivity. Smart Buildings allow commercial real estate owners to charge higher rents and offer value-added services such as Smart Workplace solutions.  Integrated Workplace Management Systems are often employed to manage workplace operations on an intra-building and inter-building basis … More
  • Sept 5: Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing in Communications: Fast growing AI technologies for consumer facing industries include chat bots and Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) and smart advisors. These technologies leverage autonomous agents to enable an ambient user experience for applications, services, and enhanced commerce. On the enterprise side, the majority of IT organizations are experimenting with AI in various forms such as Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Computer Vision, Image Recognition, Voice Recognition, Artificial Neural Networks, and more … More.
  •  Aug 28: Internet of Things (IoT) Service Level Agreements: Service Level Agreements (SLA) are used to ensure that a service provider meets the expectations of a customer. SLA’s for IoT will include client expectations relative to network, device, and data. Two of the most important measurement areas will be Availability and Performance. SLAs will become increasingly important in the IoT ecosystem as the need for inter-system orchestration and mediation reaches its third stage, which will encompass a high degree of inter-company and inter-industry data exchange. IoT SLAs will have a profound impact across many industry verticals in terms of productivity gains and other important metrics … More.
  •  Aug 21: Industrial and Enterprise Internet of Things (IoT): Industrial IoT (IIoT) is part of a broader trend towards the transformation of industry as part of Industry 4.0 that involves more than just manufacturing. IIoT is poised to transform many industry verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is manifest in architecture that facilitates the flow of information among the different functions within an enterprise. ERP software provides a central repository for all enterprise information while improving the flow of data across organization … More.
  • Aug 14: Intelligent Buildings: The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform the way people work, play, and interact with products and services. A significant majority of IoT applications will occur within metropolitan areas and will ultimately integrate within a Smart City ecosystem. Improving the operational effectiveness and efficiency, safeguarding assets, and establishing new value-added services are a few of the fundamental goals of Smart Buildings. Certain leading companies within the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) sector are realizing tangible benefits from developing Smart Buildings. The CRE industry is able to charge higher fees for IoT enabled intelligent buildings as well as leverage various capabilities to provide Smart Workplace solutions … More.
  • Aug 7: Internet of Nanoscale Things (IoNT): Nanotechnology, which has been slowly progressing for decades, is now poised to make a big impact in verticals such as aerospace, clothing, construction, energy management, healthcare, electronics, manufacturing, packaging, and more. Autonomous nano-communications, supported by Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, will create the opportunity for signaling, monitoring, and control of nano-systems for the benefit of many industry verticals. IoNT networks represent nanotechnology embedded with physical things, leveraging IoT to form an interconnected system … More.
  • July 31: Connected Home and IoT: The Connected Home ecosystem is rapidly expanding beyond merely Connected Entertainment (TV, Receiver, DVD Recorder, Media Player, Gaming Consoles) to include many areas such as Home and Office Equipment (Printer, VoIP Phone, etc.), Personal Consumer Electronics (Wireless IP Camera, Smartphone, Tablet, Portable Media Players, Navigation Devices, etc.), Energy Management (Temperature, Lighting, Heating and Air Conditioning), Safety, and Smart Consumer Appliances (Washing Machine, Refrigerator, etc.), and more … More.
  • July 24: Artificial Intelligence in IoT Security and Fraud Prevention: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming integrated into many aspects of communication, applications, content, and commerce. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a particularly important area for AI as a means for safeguarding assets, reducing fraud, and supporting analytics and automated decision making. One of the major concerns is illegal capture and trade of IoT data which includes users’ activities and records such as personal health, financial information, location, and asset information such as personal vehicles … More.
  • July 17: Internet of Things in Europe: One of the key regional markets for the Internet of Things (IoT), Europe is anticipated to be an important long-term economic block for IoT longer-term, and an influential R&D region in the short to intermediate time frame for new IoT apps and services. For example, some of the leading countries for IoT integration may be found in Europe, consisting of Germany, UK, France, Russia, Italy, and Spain. Additional important IoT markets within Europe include IoT Database Infrastructure and DB Services, IoT Billing and Settlement, IoT Simulations and Digital Twinning … More.
  • July 12: Connected Manufacturing, IIoT, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Industrial IoT, Industrial Internet of Things: IIoT is poised to transform many verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmenting current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation techniques.  Data Analytics allows the processing of vast amounts of machine-generated and often unstructured data. Big Data and predictive analytics will therefore help streamline industrial processes. AI offers the means to further automate decision making and to engage machine learning for ongoing efficiency and effectiveness improvements … More.
  • July 10: IoT Database Infrastructure and DB Services: There is an emerging opportunity for Internet of Things (IoT) database infrastructure services to support inter-working and access to IoT related resources, notably data associated with IoT events gathered from IoT Devices and Sensors. Specifically, there is need for IoT DB Services such as Identity and Device Management, Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA). Many of these database services will require an IoT Data Registry as well as IoT DB Transaction Services, which will be used by IoT network providers, enterprise, and governmental organizations, who will rely on a variety of IoT APIs and signaling, communications, and database access technologies … More.
  • July 5: Artificial Intelligence in Big Data Analytics and IoT: Market for Data Capture, Information and Decision Support Services 2017 – 2022: Every large corporation collects and maintains a huge amount of human-oriented data associated with its customers including their preferences, purchases, habits, and other personal information.  As the Internet of Things (IoT) progresses, there will an increasingly large amount of unstructured machine data. The growing amount of human-oriented and machine generated data will drive substantial opportunities for AI support of Big Data analytics solutions … More.
  • July 4: Roadmap to 5G: Evolution of 4G, 5G Architecture, Network Strategy and Planning: Currently, about 15% of global wireless customers utilize 4G. While 5G continues to get a substantial amount of attention, 4G technologies are continuing to improve thanks to various enhancements, e.g., carrier aggregation. Technology improvements for LTE are ongoing as it will continue to be relied upon for many applications and services for a long time. Accordingly, vendors continue to optimize LTE capabilities such as improved uplink capacity to support video and wireless communication to cloud-based applications. LTE adoption will continue at a fast pace with many innovations overlapping with 5G operations … More.
  • June 28: Industrial IoT Convergence: 5G, IIoT, 3D Printing, Big Data, and Streaming IoT Data Analytics 2017 – 2022: The industrial sector is rapidly integrating Internet of Things (IoT) with other key technologies including 3D Printing, Big Data and Streaming Analytics.  This convergence will have a profound effect on industrial processes as well as create opportunities for product and service transformation.  In some cases, entirely new business models will result from integration with broadband wireless and cloud technologies as the “as a service” model transforms many existing products into services.  Looking beyond command and control of machinery and processes, IoT data itself will become extremely valuable as an agent of change for product development as well as identification of supply gaps and realization of unmet demands … More.
  • June 27: GPON Backhaul Training for LTE-5G Networks, a 5-day deep-dive, covers the GPON technology including the basics of optical transmission, GPON architecture and components, GPON ITU-T standards, GPON functionality, GPON link budgets, and other important topics. The course also discusses the integration of GPON backhaul into LTE (indoor/outdoor) and 5G network architectures, including the key points underlying GPON backhaul capacity for LTE-A and 5G wireless … More.
  • June 26: IoT Real-time Sensors and Streaming Data Analytics: Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are a key component of IoT networks. They detect changes in the physical (temperature, light, pressure, sound, and motion) or logical (presence/absence of an electronically traceable entity, location, and/or activity) relationship of one object to another or the environment. IoT facilitates vast amounts of fast-moving data from sensors and devices. For many use cases, data flows constantly from the device or sensor to the network and sometimes back to the device. In some cases, these streams of data are simply stored (for potential later use), but in other cases there is a need for real-time data processing and analytics … More.
  • June 21: Real-time IoT Data in Smart Cities, Buildings, and Homes 2017 – 2022: Smart Cities represent a combination of technologies deployed in an urban environment to transform the administration and support of living and working environments.  One very important aspect of smart city deployments is use of various Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for purposes of monitoring systems, automating processes, and gathering data … More.
  • June 19: IoT Market by Infrastructure (Platforms, Hardware, and Software), Applications in Industry Verticals, Devices, and Sensors: The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a huge opportunity for infrastructure providers as enterprise, datacenters, and managed communication services companies all must procure substantial equipment, software, and services. In addition, virtually every industry vertical will have IoT app requirements that need outsourcing on a SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS basis in a cloud-based service model as well as managed services on premise … More.
  • June 14: Just out — Summer issue of the Eogogics Quarterly featuring “AI, Robots, Drones, and People”. Check it out.
  • June 12: Technology and Society (article) — If you enjoy science fiction, as I do, you know that it’s replete with visions of worlds enabled by technology, both utopian and dystopian. A world without hunger or disease on the one hand to one reduced to a post- apocalyptic state by nuclear, biological, or cyber warfare or by a “technological singularity” (where, e.g., the number of network connections surpassing a critical mass causes the Internet to become suddenly conscious and decide that we have done such a terrible job of running our society and planet that we are best put on leash or gotten rid of altogether) … Read Article.
  • June 5: Technology and Society (course): Today CEOs, executives, managers, and technical folks at all levels must deal with a bewildering array of issues, many of which were barely on the radar just a few years ago. Technology and science now impact nearly all aspects of society, so decision makers must recognize these interactions to carry out their duties and responsibilities more effectively. The Technology and Society course examines the interaction of technology and society, with emphasis on how broad societal and political issues affect the deployment and use of technology. It looks at how technology – especially Information and Communications Technology (ICT) – is transforming society as well as the global economy … Learn More.
  • May 29: 5G Planning, Strategy, and Market for Next Generation Apps and Services: 5G Wireless will transform communications, applications, digital content and commerce. Leading applications that will realize the benefits of ultra-low latency include industrial automation, robotics, and virtual reality. These apps and services are considered next generation as they will embody a completely different QoE for end-users, leading to new feature/functionality and monetization through enhanced capabilities such as Haptic Internet … More.
  • May 24: Did you know that Eogogics offers an engineering curriculum with courses on Engineering Creativity, Engineering Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Statistical Tolerance Analysis, GD&T, Reliability Engineering, Root Cause Failure Analysis, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Technical Management, Project Management, and much more? More.
  • May 23: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Market Landscape: 5G will help facilitate and accelerate the next industrial revolution, called Industry 4.0. Teleoperation and Telerobotics, along with the rapidly evolving IIoT, will play a profound role in industrial automation. Whether in a factory, office, or enterprise operation in virtually any industry vertical, IIoT and supporting technologies will enable an increasingly smarter workplace. The supporting technologies include service robots, ubiquitous connectivity and communication technology, building automation and management systems, sensor equipped energy management system, cloud and edge enabled infrastructure, mobile device management, wearable networks, intelligent software application, and many more … More.
  • May 22: New Research on Virtual Reality: The Virtual Reality (VR) technology seeks to offer a near-real experience using reality emulation in a virtual environment. The VR market is poised for a massive transformation over the next five years driven by advances in devices, apps, components, content, and broadband communication. A precipitative price decline for consumer headsets will also spur the VR market growth, causing app and content development to reach an inflection point. Robust growth of VR headsets will be seen in both high-end and mid-tier adoptions. Fully immersive VR systems will gain substantial momentum by 2020 … More.
  • May 17: Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Workshop: Let this 3-day Eogogics course help you master the intricacies of GD&T. It offers an in-depth study of the key skills for properly applying and interpreting geometric tolerances including such concepts as MMC, virtual condition, basic dimensions as well as a detailed examination of each of the 14 geometric symbols. It also cover such topics as proper usage of datums, gaging and inspection, calculating simple stack-ups with GD&T, and much more … More.
  • May 16: The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is poised to significantly improve reliability, production, and customer satisfaction. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation methods and procedures such as “teleoperation” (operation of a machine at a distance), tele-robotics, and other areas that rely upon interface and control of real objects by virtual objects … More.
  • May 15: New Research on 5G and Virtual Reality: 5G is expected to reduce network latency significantly, which will enable many previously tethered-only applications and services such as streaming 4K video, real-time remote control, haptic or tactile communications, and more. Coupled with the deployment of gigabit Ethernet fiber, 5G will transform the VR market, leading to a fully immersive experience with haptic capabilities becoming embedded in many application … More.
  • May 10 – Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing: Let this 3-day Eogogics workshop help you master the intricacies of GD&T. It offers an in-depth study of the key skills for properly applying and interpreting geometric tolerances including such concepts as MMC, virtual condition, basic dimensions as well as a detailed examination of each of the 14 geometric symbols. It also cover such topics as proper usage of datums, gaging and inspection, calculating simple stack-ups with GD&T, and much more … More.
  • May 9: Connected vehicles leverage many different wireless communications technologies, including WiFi, Satellite, and 4G/LTE. Connected vehicles also represent one of the most important innovation areas for the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and solutions. IoT becomes particularly useful as a means of providing autonomous signaling and communications in support of Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Application solutions. IoT is the glue that binds together Connected Vehicles to Connected Homes and Offices … More.
  • May 8: Cellular Wide Area Networks (WAN) have historically been technically and operationally challenged to support Internet of IoT apps and services due to a variety of factors including relatively low bandwidth, good battery life, low hardware and operating cost, and high connection density. While initially deployed IoT Low Power WANs (LPWANs) have been non-cellular solutions based on proprietary technologies, longer term emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) assume a dominant role for certain applications. As cellular and non-cellular IoT WAN solutions both expand, we see enterprises using more than one IoT network type. We see the emergence of IoT Virtual Network Operators (VNO) providing services that rely upon both types of networks … More.
  • May 3: 5G Market Landscape: Leveraging technologies such as directional antennas, millimeter wave RF, and edge computing solutions, 5G will offer much higher data rates (several gigabits per second). Equally important, 5G will provide ultra-low latency (under 1 millisecond delay) required for certain portable or mobile apps and services such as industrial automation, robotics, haptic Internet, and virtual reality. 5G is also being standardized to provide improvements to the Internet of Things (IoT). However, 5G is not without challenges including how it will work with/for fixed wireless and back-haul, how 5G IoT solutions will relate to various non-cellular IoT low power WAN solutions, how companies will deal with massive amounts of data analytics from autonomous vehicles, and more … More.
  • May 2: Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) enables the edge of the network to run in an isolated environment from the rest of the network and creates access to local resources and data. It is  highly applicable to many scenarios including M2M, network security, Big Data Analytics, and many business-specific applications. MEC brings virtualized applications much closer to mobile users ensuring network flexibility, economy and scalability for improved user experience … More.
  • May 1: M2M Course with IoT and LTE: This 2-3 day M2M Course with IoT and LTE undertakes an in-depth study of M2M (Machine-to-Machine) Communications and Internet of Things (IoT) in the context of LTE evolution to 5G wireless. The course is customized to include topics and use cases relevant to your organization … More.
  • April 26: IoT Database Infrastructure and DB Services 2017 – 2022:  There is an emerging need for a host of IoT DB Services including Identity Management, Device Management, Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA). Many of these database services will require an IoT Data Registry as well as IoT DB Transaction Services, which will be used by IoT network providers, enterprise, and governmental organizations. Each of these entities will need to rely upon many IoT APIs and a variety of signaling, communications, and database access technologies. While initial services will be provided in a silo-like fashion, ultimately IoT DB Services will be provided within a more uniform framework and on a cross-customer basis … More.
  • April 25: Initial deployments of IoT Low Power WANs (LPWANs) have been non-cellular solutions based on proprietary technologies. However, longer term we see emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) assuming a dominant role for certain IoT applications. While non-cellular LPWAN solutions serve the need for low bandwidth, low-cost solutions, we see cellular-based LPWAN solutions as the key to higher value, multimedia IoT applications … More.
  • April 24: Eogogics Internet of Things (IoT) Overview: A fast-paced 1-day course, it explain what IoT is, what it means at its basic, mid, and advanced levels, what’s motivating its rapid growth, the enabling technologies, standards, architecture, design principles, security issues, business of IoT and what you need to know to become an ‘IoT entrepreneur’ (with some sample projects), examples/case studies, and the long-range impact of this technology on the business landscape, everyday life, and the society as a whole … More.
  • April 19: Unleash Your Engineering Creativity with this 3-day Eogogics workshop:  Learn the state-of-the-art techniques for creating innovative products or services and resolving difficult design challenges. It’s an immensely engaging course that will help your organization realize significant creativity improvements. Check it out now.
  • April 18: The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is poised to significantly improve reliability, production, and customer satisfaction. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation methods and procedures such as “teleoperation” (operation of a machine at a distance), tele-robotics, and other areas that rely upon interface and control of real objects by virtual objects … More.
  • April 17: 5G and Virtual Reality: Emerging Technologies, Solutions, Market Outlook and Forecasts: 5G is expected to reduce network latency significantly, which will enable many previously tethered-only applications and services such as streaming 4K video, real-time remote control, haptic or tactile communications, and more. Coupled with the deployment of gigabit Ethernet fiber, 5G will transform the VR market, leading to a fully immersive experience with haptic capabilities becoming imbedded in many applications … More.
  • April 12: Check out the latest issue of the Eogogics Quarterly with articles about the new Eogogics ‘Power Up!’ theme website and the scoop on the latest courses and research publications on 5G, LTE-A, LTE-A Pro, LPWANs, M2M, AI, Connected Vehicles, Big Data, Bluetooth, Blockchain, Cloud, ERP, IoT, IIoT, MEC, NFV, Virtual Reality, WiFi, and more … More.
  • April 11: What’s new at Eogogics? In the past few months, we have added 40 new courses and reports on topics such as 5G Wireless, Artificial Intelligence, Connected Vehicles, Big Data, Bluetooth, Blockchain, Cloud, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial IoT (IIoT), LTE-A, LTE-A Pro, Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs), Machine-to-Machine (M2M), Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Virtual Reality, WiFi, and more … More.
  • April 10: WiFi Training in Depth: Technology, Security, Deployment; Relationship with M2M, IoT, 5G, a 2-to-5 day course, provides comprehensive coverage of the entire set of IEEE 802.11 specifications, including 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ad, 802.11af, 802.11ah, 802.11ax, 802.11ay, 802.11az, and 802.11mc. We discuss the technology, design, optimization, deployment, security, coexistence, and network attack/defense methods. We also examine the evolution and relationship of WiFi to the emerging M2M, IoT, and 5G wireless technologies … More.
  • April 5: Internet of Things (IoT) Device Management: IoT Device Administration, Monitoring, and Diagnostics Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022: IoT Device Management encompasses device provisioning, administration, monitoring, and diagnostics important for trouble replication and corrective measures.   Important IoT Device Management functions include Enrollment/Provisioning, Configuration/Association, Software Updates, and overall Management and Control.  As IoT systems and networks grow in complexity and importance, there will be an increasingly urgent need within enterprise for IoT device management platforms and software … More.
  • April 4:  Connected Vehicle Public and Personal Safety, Commercial Applications, and Services: V2V and V2X Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022: At its core, V2V is about public and personal safety as the technologies provide signaling and communications for collision avoidance and notice of potential hazards that may affect more than one vehicle.  Similarly, V2P technology supports signaling to pedestrians about potential vehicular dangers.  V2I technology allows connected cars to interact with surrounding infrastructure such as traffic signals, buildings, kiosks/billboards, parking lots, and even humans.  It is important to understand that V2X technologies and solutions also provide a foundation upon which commercial services and applications will be developed and supported … More.
  • April 3: 5G Wireless Technology/Applications: 5G will offer advanced spectral, signaling, and energy efficiency, higher data rates, improved capacity, reduced latency, and support of large-scale sensor networks. This course is a deep-dive into the drivers, potential technologies, and major applications of 5G, including Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT). Realistic examples and case studies, in line with plausible early-use scenarios for 5G, are included … More.
  • March 29:  Global FinTech Financial Technology (FinTech) poses a highly disruptive challenge for incumbent financial institutions as well as a transformational opportunity for both new market entrants and entrenched constituents in the ecosystem. One of the big opportunities for FinTech is Big Data and predictive analytics solutions, which are poised to optimize the value of data within the financial services sector. Big Data technologies and related business intelligence solutions provide financial services firms with the capability to capture and analyze data, build predictive models, back-test and simulate scenarios … Learn More.
  • March 28: Root Cause Failure Analysis and Experiment Design Workshop: Shows how to utilize brainstorming, the 5-Why’s technique, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis,  hardware, software, and statistical analysis, design evaluation, and other key tools to evaluate potential failure causes and then zero in on the most likely causes. It also includes design of experiments and statistical techniques, such as  hypothesis testing, z-test, t-test, f-test (ANOVA), and Taguchi design of experiment technologies, with a special emphasis on selecting factors and factor ranges for Taguchi evaluation. Use of built-in Excel statistical analysis capabilities and templates for Excel-based Taguchi tests and operating characteristic curve evaluations provide a focused suite of failure analysis methodologies. Learn More.
  • March 27: Internet of Things (IoT) Workshop: This 2-day in-depth workshop takes a broad look at the IoT technical requirements (networks, devices, security, data management, etc.), issues and challenges for deploying and operating an IoT enabled application or service, and some of the more advanced topics that are key to the future of IoT networks, services, and data. The course culminates in a hands-on activity where you will put your knowledge to work by planning an IoT enabled service … More.
  • March 22: IoT Enabled Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software provides a central repository for all enterprise information while improving the flow of data across organization. IoT will enhance ERP system efficiency, facilitate new business models, and align physical operations with digital assets on a real-time basis. Cloud and AI technology support ERP systems further as they provide scalability and intelligent insights. The goal is to generate insights, allowing for faster and more accurate/appropriate decision making, and fostering a more customer centric business … More.
  • March 21: IIoT Technologies, Solutions and Services: 2017-2022: Industrial IoT (IIoT) is part of a broader trend towards the transformation of industry as part of the next industrial revolution dubbed Industry 4.0 that involves more than just manufacturing. IIoT is poised to transform many industry verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation methods and procedures such as “teleoperation” (operation of a machine at a distance), tele-robotics, and other areas that rely upon interface and control of real objects by virtual objects … More.
  • March 20:Industrial IoT (IIoT) is part of a broader trend towards the transformation of industry as part of a fourth industrial revolution (aka Industry 4.0) that involves more than just manufacturing. IIoT is poised to transform many industry verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is manifest in architecture that facilitates the flow of information among the different functions within an enterprise. ERP software provides a central repository for all enterprise information while improving the flow of data across organization … More.
  • March 15: Identity Management in IoT: Today’s Internet of Things (IoT) deployments are largely silo implementations of company-centric solutions. To scale IoT across different suppliers, service providers, and users on a cross vertical basis, there must be a way to reliably identify IoT assets. For example, there will be a need to deal with the inevitable “IoT Spoofing” that will occur as IoT applications and services scale to greater size and economic significance. So we expect leading players to provide Directory, Registry, and Database Services to support identity management, authorization, and other OSS functions … More.
  • March 14: The Big Data Market: The management of Big data, the leveraging of analytics tools to derive value, and the integration between Cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and enterprise operational technology are key focus areas for large companies across virtually every industry vertical. However, Big Data and Analytics are not limited to large companies as products and services are emerging that are democratizing data for all. A new data economy is developing in which the data associated with corporate products and services becomes almost as valuable as the company offerings themselves. New models are emerging to reduce friction across the value chain including enhanced Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) offerings. BDaaS will make cross-industry, cross-company, and even cross-competitor data exchange a reality that adds value across the ecosystem with minimized security and privacy concerns … More.
  • March 13: Cloud Computing Training In-Depth: Evaluating, Designing, and Implementing Cloud Solutions: In this Cloud Computing course, we will help you understand the key issues in evaluating, designing, and implementing Cloud Computing for your business. We will discuss the various Cloud deployment types/models, pros and cons of Clouds, and the economics of Cloud Computing. We will then apply all this to help you evaluate if Cloud Computing is right for you. We will discuss how to buy Cloud services and transition to the Cloud, including the major issues such as security. We will conclude with a discussion of how Clouds interact with the new and emerging technologies such as IoT. Throughout the course we will look online at real Cloud offerings and applications … More.
  • March 8 : Internet of Things API’s: In the Internet of Things (IoT), APIs will become table stakes for interoperability between platforms, devices, and gateways. Moreover, IoT APIs will become a critical part of major IoT application and service developer programs. There’s an especially important role for IoT APIs in the support of signaling, communications, and information exchange between certain key authoritative databases including Identity Database (IDDB), Permissions Database, and Device Discovery Database. Each of these databases will be accessed via IoT APIs in support of the IoT Mediation function necessary for the long-term scalability of IoT networks and systems. Furthermore, IoT APIs will be at the foundation of data interchange in the emerging IoT Data as a Service (IoTDaaS) marketplace … More.
  • March 7:  NFV in IoT: An IoT system uses a complex array of devices, gateways, and infrastructure to offer applications, services, data and analytics. Virtualization greatly enhances the capacity, flexibility, and extensibility of IoT systems. Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) leverages the IT virtualization technology to consolidate many telecom network equipment types onto industry standard high volume servers, switches and storage. NFV helps connect and manage heterogeneous IoT elements in a more scalable, flexible, and secure manner, which is key to enabling large enterprise IoT architectures consisting of hundreds of data centers, thousands of IoT gateways, and millions of IoT devices … More.
  • March 6: 5G Wireless Technology is an exciting 3-day course that discusses what 5G is, what’s driving it, and its market landscape. Also covered: Major approaches to the 5G standards, the technologies that will play a major role in 5G, and the 5G services and applications. You will go away from the course with a good appreciation of the paradigm shift in the evolution of 4G wireless to 5G … More.
  • March 2: Internet of Things (IoT) Service Level Agreements (SLA) embody the network operator expectations relative to network, device, and data, including the key areas of Availability and Performance. SLAs will become increasingly important as the need for inter-system orchestration and mediation reaches its third stage, which will involve a lot of inter-company and inter-industry data exchange. IoT SLAs will have profound impact on productivity gains and other important metrics across many industry verticals … More.
  • March 1: Update:  It’s March Madness, at Eogogics – as we celebrate our new website: www.eogogics.com. “Power Up!”, the site’s theme, underscores the exciting new programs we’ve just added to help you synch your team with latest tech: IoT, 5G, LTE, M2M, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, ZigBee, TETRA, Big Data/Analytics, IP Networks, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Engineering, Technical Management, Leadership, and much more … Check it out now!
  • Feb 23: Now available: Updated Eogogics brochures and catalogs featuring the latest in tech and soft skills: IoT, 5G, LTE, M2M, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, ZigBee, TETRA, Big Data/Analytics, IP Networks, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Engineering, Technical Management, Leadership, and much more: More.
  • Feb 22: Check out our cool new website! Besides the fresh look-and-feel, the new site offers many new courses (click the orange ‘”Browse Our Courses’ buttons up top to navigate our course catalog), research publications, and articles. It’s now open-access, no login needed, and loads a bit faster. If we can help you find something, please drop us a line at info@eogogics.com.
  • Feb 21: New Eogogics course on Blockchain, the Distributed Ledger Technology, offers a comprehensive overview that includes the key concepts, technology drivers, enabling technologies, architecture and operation, design principles, security issues, current and future applications, challenges and opportunities, business landscape, and long-term impact on the business world and society … Details.
  • Feb 8: The new Eogogics course on LTE/LTE-A RAN and Core offers a 4-day deep-dive into the technical specs of LTE and LTE-Advanced customized to include topics relevant to your needs from among the following major subject areas: Evolved Packet Core: LTE/LTE-A Network Architecture; LTE Layers and Functionality; LTE Network Entry, Access and Attachment; Other Relevant Features Such as MBMS, Voice, Roaming, etc.; New LTE Features; Unlicensed Operation in LTE; WiFi Aggregation and Interworking … More.
  • Feb 7: Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) for IoT: Compared with a general OS, a Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) offers a high degree of reliability and consistency on timing between application’s task acceptance and completion. It’s a critical component of comprehensive embedded systems for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for both consumer and industrial IoT (IIoT). Embedded RTOS is key to building mission critical, reliable IIoT applications across various verticals including industrial equipment, automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, government solutions, and more … Details.
  • Feb 6: 5G Wireless Technology and Applications: 5G will offer advanced spectral, signaling, and energy efficiency, higher data rates, improved capacity, reduced latency, and support of large-scale sensor networks. This course is a deep-dive into the drivers, potential technologies, and major applications of 5G, including Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT). Realistic examples and case studies, in line with plausible early-use scenarios for 5G, are included … Learn More.
  • Feb 2: Industrial Convergence: 5G, Industrial IoT, Smart Infrastructure, Big Data, IoT Data Management and Analytics: Convergent technologies in the areas of 5G, Industrial IoT (IIoT), Smart Infrastructure, Big Data, IoT Data, and Analytics are poised to transform everything from manufacturing to enterprise automation. The benefits to business and society as a whole are manifold including greater efficiencies, new and improved products and services, and greater flexibility such as products as a service. Leveraging process automation and industrial data will provide analytics and intelligence, which will be manifest at the retail level as smart products and services that transform lifestyles, and deeply within business supply chains as product life cycle management is transformed by way of evolving IoT and Industry 4.0 technologies, processes, and procedures … More.
  • Feb 1: The 3-day Eogogics workshop on Root Cause Failure Analysis & Experiment Design will show you — using real-life examples, case-studies, and hands-on exercises — how to employ brainstorming, 5-Why’s, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis for identifying all failure causes. It covers hardware and statistical analysis, design evaluation, and other important techniques for evaluating potential failure causes and zeroing in on the most likely ones. It also teaches design of experiments and other statistical evaluation techniques, e.g., hypothesis testing, z-test, t-test, f-test (ANOVA), and Taguchi technique … Learn More.
  • Jan 31: Just unveiled: 2017 Eogogics courses on Engineering: Engineering Creativity, Engineering Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Statistical Tolerance Analysis, GD&T, Reliability Engineering, Root Cause Failure Analysis, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Technical Management, Project Management, and much more. Watch Sway.
  • Jan 30: This new Eogogics course on Machine-to-Machine Communications undertakes a detailed study of M2M including its drivers and benefits, business trends, relationship with Machine Learning and the Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning algorithms, M2M standardization efforts, M2M ecosystem and applications, M2M network infrastructure technologies, M2M network planning and implementation, M2M over Wireless Optical, and other key topics … Learn More.
  • Jan 26: MRI is to medical diagnosis as Wireshark is to network traffic analysis and troubleshooting: I really enjoy watching the TV show House. Not for Hugh Laurie’s award-winning sarcasm – which I find formulaic and annoying – but, rather, to watch the diagnostic process unfold. House is truly unique because the real star of the show might turn out to be leishmaniasis or schistosomiasis rather than Brad Pitt or George Clooney … Read Article.
  • Jan 25: Evolution of LTE to 5G Wireless, recently updated, discusses the requirements envisioned for 5G Wireless as well as the technical specifications under consideration for 5G. For those intimately familiar with LTE, a shorter course with a brief LTE review replacing the course’s first two sections is available. A shorter, less technical version of this course aimed at a nontechnical audience is also offered … Learn More.
  • Jan 24: Just out: The Winter 2017 issue of the Eogogics Quarterly with an article on WiresShark and an update on the new courses, publications, and other programs … More.
  • Jan 23: Great Beginnings! (New Blog): The year is off to a great start! In the past few weeks, we have published many new courses, research reports, and Knowledge Center articles.  For a quick run-down of what’s new you can visit our What’s New, Miniblogs, or Blogs pages. Check out the interactive online catalogs (Sways) of our 2017 programs as well: Wireless, General Telecommunications, Engineering, Technical Management, and Leadership/Soft Skills … Read Article.
  • Jan 19: Internet of Things (IoT) Platforms and Software: Internet of Things (IoT) Platforms represents those systems (software, hardware, and middleware) that enable IoT network, device, application, and service management. This includes connectivity, device administration, identity management, permissions control, data management, APIs, SDKs, and more.  IoT will also be a driver of substantial software development in infrastructure, platforms, devices, security, applications and services … Details.
  • Jan 18: Eogogics Internet of Things (IoT) Workshop: This 2-day in-depth workshop takes a broad look at the IoT technical requirements (networks, devices, security, data management, etc.) as well as issues and challenges for deploying and operating an IoT enabled application or service, and some of the more advanced topics that are key to the future of IoT networks, services, and data. The course culminates in a hands-on activity where you will put your knowledge to work by planning an IoT enabled service … Read More.
  • Jan 17: Sway unveiling 2017 Eogogics Wireline & General Telecom Offerings: It lists courses on IoT, SDN, NFV, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, IPv6, MPLS, IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP, Traffic Engineering, Network Security, Wireless Backhaul, SNMP, SS7, Diameter, CAMEL, Frameworx, eTOM, SID, TAM, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Telecom for Nonengineers, and much more … Watch Sway.
  • Jan 16: New Course – Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE, BLE, or BTLE), aka Bluetooth Smart, is a low-power short-range wireless technology used in Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN), Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communications, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. This new course will help you acquire an in-depth understanding of all aspects of Bluetooth Low Energy, including the technology, security, and coexistence issues … Learn More.
  • Jan 12: Open positions: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach project management, leadership, and soft skills courses in the US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (MA+, 10+ year experience, and best-in-class platform skills), please refer them to us. Thank you! … Visit Eogogics Careers Page.
  • Jan 11: IoT Data as a Service (IoTDaaS) Market: The Internet of Things (IoT) will bring a whole new meaning to the term Infonomics, which refers to the economic significance of information. Capturing, licensing, storing, processing, and distributing IoT Data will become a $15B USD business by 2021. IoT Data as a Service (IoTDaaS) involves retrieving, storing and analyzing information and provide customers any of these three services — or an integrated service package — depending on their budget and requirements, offering convenient and cost effective solutions to enterprises of all types … Read More.
  • Jan 10: Just out: Sway listing 2017 Eogogics Wireless, RF, and SATCOM offerings including courses on 5G, LTE/LTE-A, LTE Evolution to 5G, M2M, IoT, TETRA, WiFi, Bluetooth/BLE, ZigBee, ZWave, RF, Microwaves, Satellite Communications, Spectrum Management, and much more. Watch Sway.
  • Jan 9: “RESOLVED: This year we’ll go world-class … with a custom onsite class by a Best-in-Class Subject Matter Expert Instructor from Eogogics!” This is what some of our clients are telling us. How about you? … Read.
  • Jan 5: Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology used for applications such as Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPAN), Smart Homes, and Internet of Things (IoT). In our recently updated and expanded 4-day course, you will acquire in-depth knowledge of all aspects of Bluetooth, including the technology, security, applications, and coexistence issues … Details.
  • Jan 4: KK Arora and the Eogogics team wish you peace, health, and success in 2017. Happy New Year!

Year 2016

  • Dec 12: This new Eogogics course on Machine-to-Machine Communications undertakes a detailed study of M2M including its drivers and benefits, business trends, relationship with Machine Learning and the Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning algorithms, M2M standardization efforts, M2M ecosystem and applications, M2M network infrastructure technologies, M2M network planning and implementation, M2M over Wireless Optical, and other key topics … More.
  • Dec 9: Reducing Costs the Smart Way: There is not a business that cannot reduce its costs. While everyone wants to reduce costs, knowing how to do so without adversely affecting quality or client satisfaction can be difficult. This Eogogics course will help you identify the cost reduction opportunities in your business and devise implementation strategies that allow you to go about reducing costs in just the right way … More.
  • Dec 8: Offshore Supplier Management: Many companies are either considering or actively engaged in transferring work to offshore suppliers. This Eogogics workshop shows how to objectively evaluate in-house versus offshore work assignment as well as how to manage engineering, quality, manufacturing, contract, and other risks associated with offshoring. The workshop presents real-world techniques proven in hundreds of companies … More.
  • Dec 7: Leadership — Vision, Strategy, Execution: To succeed as a leader, you must first define the future, then design a plan to realize that future, and finally implement that plan. Moreover, as corporate cultures change and evolve with management and staff turnover, mergers and acquisitions, or shifting missions or markets, you must be flexible enough to change your style to remain effective as a leader. Recognizing how these changes impact the work force, customers, vendors, and other stakeholders is the first step. Motivating, challenging, ad supporting your team to drive them to success in the face of change is the next … More.
  • Dec 6: Influencing without the Authority: Have you ever put forth and idea that went unnoticed or was refuted, only to later see its alternative fail? Having a great idea is often not enough; it must also be heard and valued. This requires the skills to influence others to take an action, even when you don’t have the authority to force them into the desired action … More.
  • Dec 5 : Why a PM Certification Program May Not Translate into an Improved Project Success Rate: A project involves many roles: The sponsor who pays for the project, the manager (PM) who directs the project, and team members who do the work. Many projects rely on stakeholders to be SMEs, and when deliverables must be integrated into ongoing operations, members of the operations staff may join the project as well. And of course, management must create an environment in which projects can succeed. All of these roles play a part in moving a project forward, but can one role be considered more important than all the rest? Do any of these roles hold the key to consistent project success? … More.
  • Dec 2 The Eogogics  TCP/IP Networks course provides a comprehensive overview of modern IP-based telecom systems.  It covers IP and the Internet, the technologies behind them, their performance goals and limitations, and security issues.  Topics such as VoIP, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Cloud, SONET, and Multi-Protocol Label Switched (MPLS) systems are included … More.
  • Dec 1: The Eogogics TCP/IP Networks Advanced Topics offers an in-depth look at IP and IP-based networks.  Covered are Network Management with SNMP, Internet Security (Secure Shell, MPLS-based VPNs, Firewalls, IPSec), VoIP, ASON, OTN, Software-defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), M2M (Machine-to-Machine) communications, and Internet of Things (IoT) … More.
  • Nov 30: Internet of Things (IoT) Software Market: The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a driver of substantial software development in infrastructure, platforms, devices, security, applications and services. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) represents an important go-to-market aspect of IoT for early distribution and as value-addition to IoT product capabilities and/or service offerings. IoT also raises Importance of Value-added Resellers (VAR), Systems Integrators (SI), and Independent Software Vendors (ISV) … More.
  • Nov 29: The Eogogics MPLS workshop studies all of the key design and implementation issues of MPLS. We begin with a quick review of IP routing and the OSI stack.  We then study the basics of MPLS label switching and continue with applications including VPNs, Quality of Service (QoS), and Traffic Engineering.  Advanced and emerging applications of MPLS are next followed by a discussion of MPLS marketing opportunities.  Examples and short exercises are interspersed throughout the course … More.
  • Nov 28: MPLS and the Evolving Telecom Landscape: MPLS usage is growing and new applications for it continue to emerge, making it the technology of choice for most large-scale networks.  Nowadays the great buzzword is “cloud computing”, with different versions such as Software as a Service (SaaS—Gmail, Google maps, YouTube, Facebook), Platform as a Service (PaaS—Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Windows Azure, Salesforce).  All of these utilize MPLS-based networks.  But now emerging is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), which may be enabled by such MPLS functions as pseudowires, reserved bandwidth, and VPNs … More.
  • Nov 21: IoT in Connected Vehicles and Personal Transportation: Connected vehicles involve the use of IoT and broadband wireless (LTE, WiFi, and soon 5G) in the car with the use of smartphones or other technologies typically manifest as handheld or wearable devices. Vehicles are at the forefront of a major convergence happening that includes 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Management (Big Data, Analytics, Visualization, etc.), Cloud Technologies, and IoT … More.
  • Nov 18: Eogogics offers a 5-day hands-on workshop aimed at preparing your project managers for the PMP® or CAPM® exams. It will help the PMP®/CAPM® candidates get the most out of their study and prep time for the exam while also satisfying the PMI(R) requirement for 35 contact hours of formal education … Details.
  • Nov 17: Our 2- and 3-day workshop on Project Portfolio Management (PfM) for Executives explains the PfM process, level sets expectations, and helps your management team start developing many of the processes and governance structures they need for successful implementation of formal PfM … Details.
  • Nov 16: Eogogics 3-day Economics for Telecom Engineers Workshop: Whether you are selecting a new technology, making lease versus buy decisions, doing break-even analyses, or computing return on your infrastructure investment, the course will help you acquire as good an appreciation of the economic trade-offs as you do of the engineering issues. It will help you make engineering decisions in a manner that is consistent with your company’s operating and capital expense policies and other financial objectives … More.
  • Nov 16: This new Eogogics course on Machine-to-Machine Communications undertakes a detailed study of M2M including its drivers and benefits, business trends, relationship with Machine Learning and the Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning algorithms, M2M standardization efforts, M2M ecosystem and applications, M2M network infrastructure technologies, M2M network planning and implementation, M2M over Wireless Optical, and other key topics … More.
  • Nov 15: Our 4-day Project and Team Management course teaches — in a hands-on workshop format — how to define a project, build rapport with stakeholders, establish and manage scope, create an effective schedule, proactively manage threats and opportunities, control costs, deliver meaningful status reports and much more … More.
  • Nov 14: Decision-Making Tools and Expected Monetary Value (EMV): In technical management, some decisions must be made for outcomes that will occur in the future. That may appear daunting, but there are a couple of tools that can be put to use in helping make complex decisions, viz., Expected Monetary Value and Decision Tree Analysis. EMV is a balance of probability and its impact over the range of possible scenarios. If you have to make a decision between two scenarios, which one will provide the greater potential payoff? … Read Article.
  • Nov 11: Eogogics First-Ever Year-end Sale: Up to Half Off! Only for first 75 callers till Dec 16; call us now! 15% off all research publications; 25% off all onsite courses taught in 2017; 50% off all online courses … Sale Details.
  • Nov 10: Our 5-day Bluetooth course offers a comprehensive study of Bluetooth specification 4.0, which includes the alternate MAC/PHY (AMP) and low energy (LE) integration. Included are the Bluetooth basic rate (BR) and enhanced data rate (EDR) systems along with both LE and IEEE 802.11 AMP communication methods … More.
  • Nov 9: Our Modern Telecommunications course will help you acquire a solid understanding of modern telecom systems, technologies behind them, their performance goals and limitations, and purchase/pricing and assembly of such systems. Covered are the major technologies and trends including Ethernet, SONET, ISDN, IP, Internet, IMS, MPLS, VPN, VoIP, Land Mobile Radio (LMR), Satellite, WiFi, 2G/3G/4G wireless, LTE, Cloud Computing, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Machine-to-Machine Communications, and more … Details.
  • Nov 8: This hands-on WiFi workshop will (using the spectrum analyzer Metageek Chanalyzer 4 and the packet analyzer Wireshark) help you acquire a thorough understanding of 802.11 operations, with a focus on delivering a rich voice, video and data user experience … More.
  • Nov 7: LTE / LTE-A Deep Dive: RAN and Core: The new Eogogics course on LTE / LTE-A RAN and Core offers a 4-day deep-dive into the technical specs of LTE and LTE-Advanced customized to include topics relevant to your needs from among the following major subject areas: Evolved Packet Core: LTE/LTE-A Network Architecture; LTE Layers and Functionality; LTE Network Entry, Access and Attachment; Other Relevant Features Such as MBMS, Voice, Roaming, etc.; New LTE Features; Unlicensed Operation in LTE; WiFi Aggregation and Interworking … More.
  • Nov 4: The 2-day Eogogics ‘Tolerance Stack Analysis Using GD&T‘ workshop teaches a comprehensive methodology for calculating dimensional stacks for parts as well as assemblies that factors in both traditional tolerances and geometric tolerances (GD&T), including the elusive “bonus” tolerance … More.
  • Nov 3: The comprehensive 3-day Eogogics workshop on GD&T teaches the skills for properly applying and interpreting geometric tolerances. Taught are all the GD&T terms, definitions, and symbols including MMC, virtual condition, basic dimensions, each of the 14 geometric symbols, and the proper usage of datums, gaging and inspection, and calculating simple stack-ups with GD&T … More.
  • Nov 2: The 3-day Eogogics workshop on Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) shows how to use brainstorming, 5-Why’s, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis to identify all potential failure causes. Covered are hardware and statistical analyses (design of experiments, hypothesis testing, z-test, t-test, f-test (ANOVA), Taguchi tests), and other powerful tools/techniques to let you zero in on the most likely causes … More.
  • Nov 1: The exciting 3-day Eogogics workshop on Unleashing Engineering Creativity will help your engineers overcome self-imposed obstacles and learn hands-on how to apply state-of-the-art creativity boosting techniques to design dramatically (not just incrementally) better products, processes, and services – and solve other engineering challenges. Many companies rely on brainstorming, a simplistic approach that often fails to stimulate creativity in a meaningful way. This course goes far beyond that … More.
  • Oct 31: Using Kano Model to Engineer Exciting Products: “We need a constant flow of excitement attributes. We can’t simply add features, though. We need to add the right features. We need ongoing innovation to develop and maintain an excitement-attributes-driven competitive edge. The Kano Model can help us do that …” Read Blog.
  • Oct 27:  The Eogogics 3-day workshop on TETRA Performance and Optimization helps the participants identify performance issues with their network and how changes to the network impact its performance. Unlike courses that are presented in the “death by Power Point” format, this course employs lecture interspersed with discussion of questions related to your own implementation, discussion of your TETRA configuration and settings, lots of hands-on exercises, and example troubleshooting scenarios with solutions … More.
  • Oct 26:  The Eogogics 4-day workshop on Radio Systems Analysis & Design is an intense hands-on course designed to provide you with an in-depth understanding of the technical aspects of RF systems design, analysis, and deployment. Technologies used for Line-of-Sight (LOS) and Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) radio, from HF to EHF, are discussed. Participants gain in-depth knowledge of RF through numerous calculations as well as exercises and simulations using the proprietary spreadsheet tools included in the course … More.
  • Oct 25:  The Eogogics 3-day workshop on Traffic Engineering for Multimedia Networks consists of an intensive 2-day tutorial followed by a full day of workshop activity. Participants begin by understanding the key concepts and techniques of traffic engineering, then learn how to apply those techniques to the traffic engineering of QoS-aware multimedia networks. They conclude with a day of exercises using actual network simulation tools. The exercises are carefully chosen to reinforce the content of the first two days … More.
  • Oct 24:  The Eogogics 5-day hands-on workshop on Satellite Earth Station Design & Analysis, taught by a SATCOM engineer with 25+ year experience, is one of satellite communications industry’s most comprehensive and practical courses. It’s the SATCOM course preferred by organizations such as Intelsat, DoD, and NASA. Check it out.
  • Oct 21:  Eogogics course on LAN Systems and SONET/SDH is intended to meet the needs of technicians tasked with the important job of maintaining facilities from traditional copper to state-of-the-art fiber optic technology. An intensive 4-day program, it consists of two days of classroom training and two days of laboratory work. The lab exercises are designed to simulate the actual field environment … More.
  • Oct 20:  The Eogogics course on Software Defined Networks (SDN) offers in-depth coverage of what motivated the development of SDN and NFV, the benefits they offer, how they are deployed, how they work, their interaction in today’s networks and the networks of the future, and their future evolution … More.
  • Oct 20: Just out: The 4Q issue of the Eogogics Quarterly with articles on Blockchain, new and updated courses, and our First-Ever Year-end Sale: Up to Half Off! Read newsletter.
  • Oct 19:  The Eogogics course on Modern Telecommunications provides a solid, high-level understanding of modern telecom systems, the technologies behind them, their performance goals and limitations, and the purchase/pricing and assembly of such systems. Covered are the major wireline and wireless technologies and trends including Ethernet, SONET, ISDN, IP and the Internet, IMS, MPLS, VPN, VoIP, Land Mobile Radio (LMR), Satellite, WiFi, 2G/3G/4G wireless, LTE, Cloud Computing, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Machine-to-Machine Communications, and more … More.
  • Oct 19:  Check out the new and updated Eogogics courses and workshops on the Internet of Things, Unleashing Engineering Creativity, 5G Wireless, Evolution of LTE to 5G Wireless, LTE-Advanced (LTE-A), Satellite Communications, SDN, NFV, Root Cause Failure Analysis, GD&T, Project and Team Management, Internal Consulting, Influencing, and more … Details.
  • Oct 18:  The Eogogics course on SONET/SDH Technology & Design covers both the technology and applications of SONET/SDH. We will review the SONET/SDH system components as well as the end-to-end SONET/SDH network design process. We will also discuss the essentials of SONET/SDH synchronization, control, network management, and practical deployment issues. In short, this course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to understand and deploy this important technology … More.
  • Oct 18: Eogogics First-Ever Year-end Sale: Up to Half Off! Only for first 75 callers till Dec 16; call us now! 15% off all research publications; 25% off all onsite courses taught in 2017; 50% off all online courses. Details.
  • Oct 17:  Optical Networking: Past and Future: The Internet is once again straining to handle the volume of traffic committed to it, and network providers are seeking new solutions. SONET/SDH are widely deployed around the world, and are valued for their qualities of speed, quality, and fault detection and recovery. But this technology is approaching the end of its useful life, and over the next decade much of it will be replaced by newer systems based on ASON/GMPLS, the OTN, and higher-speed modulation techniques … More.
  • Oct 14:  The new Eogogics course on LTE / LTE-A RAN and Core offers a 4-day deep-dive into the technical specs of LTE and LTE-Advanced customized to include topics relevant to your needs from among the following major subject areas: Evolved Packet Core: LTE/LTE-A Network Architecture; LTE Layers and Functionality; LTE Network Entry, Access and Attachment; Other Relevant Features Such as MBMS, Voice, Roaming, etc.; New LTE Features; Unlicensed Operation in LTE; WiFi Aggregation and Interworking … More.
  • Oct 13 – New Eogogics course on 5G Wireless Technology/Applications: 5G Wireless, expected to roll out around 2020’s, will provide advanced spectral, signaling, and energy efficiency, higher data rates, improved capacity, reduced latency, and support of large-scale sensor networks to meet the requirements of the next generation mobile networks. This course offers an in-depth study of the drivers, potential technologies, and major applications of 5G wireless, including Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT). Realistic examples and case studies, in line with plausible early-use scenarios for 5G, are also included … More.
  • Oct 13: Blockchain, the Distributed Ledger Technology behind Bitcoin, has attracted interest across many industries including financial services, legal, real estate, digital rights, identity management, healthcare, asset tracking, supply chain management, and the Internet of Things (IoT). A disruptive technology, it has the potential to transform the way many transactions are conducted. Eogogics now offers a fast-paced, one-day tutorial on Blockchain for managers and professionals … Read Article.
  • Oct 12 – Eogogics course on SDN/NFV: Software Defined Networks & Network Functions Virtualization: Interested in SDN, NFV, and Cloud Computing? With almost a dozen courses on those topics, we’ve got you covered … More.
  • Oct 11 – New Eogogics course on LTE & LTE-A RAN Design & Optimization: In-depth workshop (25% of it is real-world case studies) on planning and optimizing the advanced LTE/LTE-A functionality including the latest vendor-specific features. It will also help you understand and prepare for performance work related to the early 5G technology networks … More.
  • Oct 10 – Blog – SDN/NFV: Enhancing Network Capacity and Functionality: SDN and NFV are designed to help meet the challenge of increasing demand for services and user expectation of rapid provisioning and universal availability. SDN was originally developed to address the problems of large data centers; it will likely spread to other areas, including the WAN, where virtualization and the ability to dial up bandwidth and related characteristics would be extremely valuable as well. NFV is an outgrowth of SDN in many respects, concentrating on backbone networks, where the need to rapidly reconfigure resources is key … ” More.
  • Oct 7: M2M, IoT, Sensors & Connected World: Sensors are used in ICT for detection of changes in the physical or logical relationship of one object to another or the environment. Physical changes may include temperature, light, pressure, sound, and motion. Logical changes include the presence or absence of an electronically traceable entity, location, or activity. Within an Internet of Things (IoT) context, physical and logical changes are equally important … More.
  • Oct 6: Commercial and Military Drones: The global Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market includes commercial and military applications. UAVs will play an unprecedented role in B2B services with a particularly important role within product and service delivery systems including logistics support and supply chain management. Commercial drone market includes Energy and Propulsion, Automation Systems, Collision Avoidance Systems, Cyber Security, On-board (distributed) Data Processing, and Distributed Communications (communication data links and radio) … More.
  • Oct 5: IoT Software Market and OEM Ecosystem: The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a driver of substantial software development in infrastructure, platforms, devices, security, applications and services. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) represents an important go-to-market aspect of IoT for early distribution and as value-addition to IoT product capabilities or service offerings. IoT also raises the Importance of Value-added Resellers (VAR), Systems Integrators (SI), and Independent Software Vendors (ISV) … More.
  • Oct 4: Wireless IoT Wide Area Network (WAN) Technologies and Solutions: Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) communications is one of the most important aspects of an IoT network, which includes alternatives such as Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN). While much focus is on IoT end-points and related issues such as security and power, ubiquitous wireless coverage remains the overarching issue for transformation from traditional M2M to global IoT networks. Adoption of IoT connectivity creates substantial opportunities for LPWAN network, hardware, and software services … More.
  • Oct 3: Next Generation Network OSS/BSS: Faced with unprecedented change, Communications Service Providers must deal with new business frameworks associated with the Cloud, Big Data, and Internet of Things (IoT) networks and data. OSS/BSS must be optimized to the emerging areas and the supporting infrastructure and tools such as Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0), Life Cycle Orchestration (LSO), and the emerging MEF defined “Third Network” … More.
  • Sept 30 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 22) IoT Hardware Market and OEM Ecosystem: Hardware products in Internet of Things (IoT) include middleware such as microcontrollers, microprocessors, embedded systems, sensors, gateway devices and allied materials such as amplifiers, step down converters, batteries, fixtures, etc. OEM Hardware in “embedded things” will play an important role in the emerging IoT ecosystem and will be characterized by real-time computing, low power consumption, low maintenance, and high availability. IoT hardware and CPE manufacturers are one of the first beneficiaries of developments in the IoT business … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 29 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 21) Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions and Opportunities: The IoT will transform M2M communications, global IT support systems, and business processes in almost every vertical. It will impact wireless (short range and macro) networks, network signaling, authentication, and data management systems. Embedded systems will be the cornerstone of IoT deployment, esp. in the Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications. Embedded sensors will generate massive amounts of real-time Big Data that could provide intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes. So there is a significant emerging opportunity for Cloud Service Providers and Big Data Analytics within IoT. There is also an urgent need for E2E security for IoT systems and services due to the increasing potential for intrusions resulting in disruption, industrial espionage, damage to enterprise assets, and even potential physical harm to human beings … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 28 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 20) Internet of Things (IoT) Infrastructure: IoT Platforms represent a convergence of software and hardware solutions to interconnect “things” (people, objects, spaces, processes, data, etc.) in the real world and the virtual world on the Internet, and make these “things” communicate and interact with each other. IoT hardware includes microcontrollers, microprocessors, embedded systems, sensors, gateway devices and allied materials (such as amplifiers, step-down converters, batteries, fixtures, etc.). IoT is also expected to be a substantial driver for software development in infrastructure, platforms, devices, security, applications and services …  Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 27 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 19) Connected Home and IoT: The Connected Home ecosystem is rapidly expanding beyond merely Connected Entertainment (TV, Receiver, DVD Recorder, Media Player, Gaming Consoles) to areas such as Home and Office Equipment (Printer, VoIP Phone, etc.), Personal Consumer Electronics (Wireless IP Camera, Smartphone, Tablet, Portable Media Players, Navigation Devices, etc.), Energy Management (Temperature, Lighting, Heating and Air Conditioning), Safety, Smart Consumer Appliances (Washing Machine, Refrigerator, etc.), and more …  Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 26 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 18) Meshed Cloud Software, Platforms, Infrastructure and Devices for IoT: There is an emerging mesh of devices and cloud-based software, platforms, and infrastructure to support the Internet of Things (IoT). The Digital Mesh will facilitate advanced machine learning through adaptive security architecture and advanced system architecture. Digital Mesh transforms conventional monolithic, linear application designs into more agile, flexible and cloud based application environment … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 23 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 17) Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) for the Internet of Things (IoT): RTOS is critical to building comprehensive embedded systems for the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for both consumer and industrial IoT (IIoT). Embedded RTOS is a key consideration for mission critical, reliable IIoT applications across various industry verticals including industrial equipment, automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, government solutions, and more … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 22 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 16) Sensors and Intelligent End-point Devices in IoT: Sensors detect changes in the physical and/or logical relationship of one object to another(s) and/or the environment. Physical changes may include temperature, light, pressure, sound, and motion. Logical changes include the presence/absence of an electronically traceable entity, location, and/or activity. In the Internet of Things (IoT) context, physical and logical changes are equally important. Through 2021, business investments in sensors will shift to Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Sports and Fitness, Transport and Cargo, and Utility due to increased confidence in using IoT and sensors for industry automation, tracking and measuring events on real time basis, remote control … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 21 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 15) New Eogogics course – Internet of Things: In this in-depth 2-day course, you will acquire a broad understanding of the technical requirements for IoT (networks, devices, security, data management, etc.) as well as the issues and challenges for deploying and operating an IoT enabled application or service. Also discussed are the more advanced topics that are key to the future of IoT networks, services, and data. The course culminates in a workshop that will enable you to put your knowledge to work by planning an IoT enabled service ….  Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 20 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 14) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Big Data and IoT: Every large corporation collects and maintains a huge amount of human-oriented data associated with its customers including their preferences, purchases, habits, and other personal information. As the Internet of Things (IoT) progresses, there will be an increasingly large amount of unstructured machine data. The growing amount of human-oriented and machine generated data will drive substantial opportunities for AI and Machine Learning support for unstructured data analytics solutions …  Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 19 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 13) New article – Distributed Computing for IoT: Data Management in a Fog Computing Environment: Computing is now increasingly driven by the ubiquitous connected smart devices: Wearable computing, smart metering, smart home, smart city, connected vehicles and large-scale wireless sensor networks. Whereas the evolution of ICT has taken us from mainframes to PCs and back to the Cloud (e.g. from centralized to distributed to centralized computing), distributed computing will have an increasingly important role in the digital economy. Edge Computing includes Mobile Edge Computing, Fog Computing, and Cloudlets … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 16 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 12) Wearable Devices and IoT in Healthcare: Wearable Technology and Digital Healthcare are two dominant trends that are poised to redefine virtually everything about how health products and services are delivered and supported. Ranging from telemedicine to self-monitoring and diagnosis, wearable devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) will start out as a novelty and achieve necessity status as insurance company cost optimization become the main driver for their adoption and usage … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 15 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 11) Check out this Special IoT Issue of the Eogogics Quarterly with articles, new courses, and emerging technology updates on the Internet of Things (IoT) …. Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 14 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 10) Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Fraud Prevention: AI is getting rapidly integrated into communication, applications, content, and commerce. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a particularly important area for AI as a means of safeguarding assets, reducing fraud, and supporting analytics and automated decision making … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 13 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 9) New Eogogics course – Internet of Things: In this in-depth 2-day course, you will acquire a broad understanding of the technical requirements for IoT (networks, devices, security, data management, etc.) as well as the issues and challenges for deploying and operating an IoT enabled application or service. Also discussed are the more advanced topics that are key to the future of IoT networks, services, and data. The course culminates in a workshop that will enable you to put your knowledge to work by planning an IoT enabled service…. Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 13: Non-cellular Low Power WAN (LPWAN) Internet of Things (IoT):  Emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) assume a dominant role for certain applications. As cellular and non-cellular IoT WAN solutions both expand, we see enterprises employing more than one type of IoT network and the emergence of IoT VNOs that rely on both types of networks. These IoT VNOs will also provide integration services as enterprise customers engage in both Bring Your Own (IoT) Device (BYOD) and Bring Your Own Network (BYON) in the form of their legacy M2M/IoT networks, devices, and service needs … More.
  • Sept 12 (Eogogics IoT Celebration Day 8) New blog: The Internet of Things ( IoT) will profoundly impact our everyday lives, how businesses operate, and the world economy as a whole (multi-trillion dollars) in 5-10 years. IoT is creating enormous opportunities for new services as well as more efficient delivery of existing services.  Nearly every industry stands to be transformed by IoT. The rapid pace at which IoT is evolving is also creating major privacy/security risks for individuals, institutions, and infrastructure, including not-as-yet-thought-of attack modalities, some of which can potentially be used for remotely engineered death and destruction … Read other updates in the Eogogics IoT Celebration series.
  • Sept 9: Security and Privacy Challenges in the Internet of Things (IoT) — The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to become as silent, hidden, omnipresent, and essential as the air to modern society.  Like the air, IoT also has virtually limitless access points and vulnerabilities.  While initially hackers have been largely a nuisance, their intrusions will likely become increasingly impactful leading to the potential for operational disruption, industrial espionage, damage to enterprise assets, and even potential physical harm to human beings … More.
  • Sept 8: New Eogogics course on LAN Systems and SONET/SDH is intended to meet the needs of technicians tasked with the important job of maintaining facilities from traditional copper to state-of-the-art fiber optic technology. An intensive 4-day program, it consists of two days of classroom training and two days of laboratory work. The lab exercises are designed to simulate the actual field environment … More.
  • Sept 7: New Eogogics course on LTE / LTE-A Deep Dive: RAN and Core: A 4-day in-depth study of the technical specs of LTE and LTE-Advanced customized to include topics relevant to your needs from among the following major subject areas: Evolved Packet Core: LTE/LTE-A Network Architecture; LTE Layers and Functionality; LTE Network Entry, Access and Attachment; Other Relevant Features Such as MBMS, Voice, Roaming, etc.; New LTE Features; Unlicensed Operation in LTE; WiFi Aggregation and Interworking …  Also new: LTE & LTE-A RAN Design & Optimization.
  • Sept 6: New Eogogics course – LTE & LTE-A RAN Design & Optimization: In-depth workshop (25% of it is real-world case studies) on planning and optimizing the advanced LTE/LTE-A functionality including the latest vendor-specific features. It will also help you understand and prepare for performance work related to the early 5G technology networks.  Also new: LTE / LTE-A Deep Dive: RAN and Core.
  • Aug 31: Big Data in Internet of Things (IOT) — Sensors embedded in various things/objects will generate massive amounts of unstructured (big) data on real-time basis that holds the promise for intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes. However, Big Data in IoT is different than conventional IoT and thus will require more robust, agile and scalable platforms, analytics tools, and data storage systems than conventional Big Data infrastructure … More.
  • Aug 30: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) — The IoT will overtake human communications rapidly since there are vastly more objects than humans, they can communicate faster, more frequently, and for more reasons than humans. Industrial IoT (IIoT) represents an important segment that includes manufacturing, automation, and virtually any process that does not involve direct consumer interaction. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmenting current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to include next generation applications, e.g., teleoperation, tele-robotics, and others that rely on interface and control of real objects by virtual objects … More.
  • Aug 29: Sensors and Embedded Systems in the Internet of Things (IoT)  — Sensors and Embedded Systems work together to provide one of the most important aspects of the Internet of Things (IoT): Detecting changes in an object (device or asset) and/or the environment, allowing for capture of relevant data for real-time and/or post-processing. Sensors are used for detection of changes in the physical and/or logical relationship of one object to another(s) and/or the environment … More.
  • Aug 26: Eogogics IoT (Internet of Things) Celebration: IoT is a disruptive technology that — though largely invisible to consumers — will have profound impact on our everyday lives, how businesses operate, and on the world economy as a whole (multi-trillion dollars) — all in as little as five to 10 years. Watch our posts and website for the next six weeks for articles and updates on new courses and research on this important subject.
  • Aug 26: Internet of Things (IoT) Software Market: The Internet of Things (IoT) will be a driver of substantial software development in infrastructure, platforms, devices, security, applications and services. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) represents an important go-to-market aspect of IoT for early distribution and as value-addition to IoT product capabilities and/or service offerings. IoT also raises Importance of Value-added Resellers (VAR), Systems Integrators (SI), and Independent Software Vendors (ISV) … More.
  • Aug 26: 5G and Industrial IoT (IIot): 5G wireless, being engineered to facilitate connected devices and automation systems, will be a facilitator/accelerator of the next industrial revolution, dubbed Industry 4.0. An important issue to consider with 5G planning for IIoT is that success will largely depend on the allocation of required spectrum since it will dictate the performance of the system. Also needed are specific SLA allocations for 5G in IIoT such as factory cell automation requirements for guaranteed as well as ultra-reliable service … More.
  • Aug 25: Geo IoT will positively impact many industry verticals. For example, location enabled IoT brings connectivity, process improvements, and data to both shoppers and retailers. Geo IoT will move well beyond just the ability to determine proximity for commerce and retail applications. Longer term, presence detection and location determination will be a critical aspect of IoT privacy, security, and preference management for both consumer and industrial applications … More.
  • Aug 24: Eogogics offers 25 courses on IoT and other IP-based technologies. We also offer courses on SDN, NFV, and Cloud Computing. Have a look.
  • Aug 22: Eogogics offers over two dozen courses on LTE-A, LTE, VoLTE, 4G Evolution to 5G, and related topics including this popular Deep Dive into LTE and LTE-A RAN and Core. View the full LTE curriculum here.
  • Aug 18: Check out the latest Eogogics emerging technologies updates on Sensors and Intelligent End-point Devices in IoT: Market Analysis and Forecast 2016 – 2021, Sensors and Embedded Systems in the Internet of Things (IoT): Market Analysis and Forecasts 2016 – 2021, Connected Home and Smart Appliances 2016 – 2021, Smart Workplace: Devices, Applications, and Services 2016 – 2021 … Read Update.
  • Aug 15: Through 2021, business investments in sensors will shift to Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Sports and Fitness, Transport and Cargo, and Utilities due to increased confidence in using IoT and sensors for various purposes including industry automation, tracking and measuring events on real time basis, and remotely controlling things … More.
  • Aug 11: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) represents a distance-based approach to eLearning wherein many students may participate in a highly collaborative and interactive fashion. Course contents are distributed using web platform under a per-course or subscription model. The unique feature/functionality of MOOC is mass participation, social collaborations, interactive forums, and open-ended outcomes. One of the main growth drivers of today’s MOOC industry is cost reduction for Learning and Development (L&D) programs at major corporations … More.
  • Aug 8: The Smart Workplace is powered by IoT technologies and solutions and is composed of smart workforce, intelligent environments, and smart components. There are many factors to consider including service robots, ubiquitous connectivity and communication technology, building automation and management systems, sensor equipped energy management system, cloud and edge enabled infrastructure, mobile device management, wearable networks, intelligent software application, and many more … More.
  • Aug 4: RTOS is a critical component to build comprehensive embedded systems for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for both consumer and industrial IoT (IIoT). Embedded RTOS is a key consideration to build mission critical, reliable IIoT applications across various industry verticals including industrial equipment, automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, government solutions, and more … Details.
  • Aug 1: Next generation applications, content, and commerce offerings are driving the need for flexible and cost effective Content Delivery Network (CDN) solutions, which core services such as aggregation, management, and distribution of content as well as a variety of value-added functionality. The market need for CDN solutions correlates directly with the explosion of broadband networks, smart mobile phones, and related applications, services and content. In particular, the convergence of cellular networks supported by 4G/LTE broadband wireless, and Cloud-based applications, facilitates the need for more intelligent content solutions … Details.
  • July 28: Check out the latest Eogogics emerging technologies updates on Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for the Internet of Things (IOT), Content Delivery Networks (CDN), Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and Fog Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cognitive Computing, and the Third Network … Read Update.
  • July 25: Sensors and Embedded Systems in the Internet of Things (IoT): IoT demands a different set of microprocessors, drivers, peripherals, batteries and operating systems than conventional Embedded System used in general purpose computing systems. Conventional Embedded Systems are not competent to deliver what the IoT is expecting from an embedded device networked in IoT and it poses great challenges to develop or transform contemporary embedded system into an IoT enabled smart embedded system. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) will evolve significantly as IoT itself evolves … Details.
  • July 20: Check out the latest issue of the Eogogics quarterly with article on Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and program updates on Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for the Internet of Things (IOT), Content Delivery Networks (CDN), Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) and Fog Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cognitive Computing, and The Third Network, Carrier Ethernet, Lifecycle Orchestration. Read Newsletter.
  • July 18: A MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), if you’re familiar with the Eogogics WebLive™ platform, is WebLive™ on Steroids! It’s a Web-based course that’s open to an unlimited number of participants. While MOOC’s have been around for about a decade, they burst into public view in 2012 with the emergence of for-profit and non-profit providers. The field is notable for the involvement of prominent player such as Harvard, MIT, Stanford, CalTech, National Science Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, National Geographic Society, Museum of Modern Art, American Museum of Natural History, the World Bank, Google, and venture capitalists … More.
  • July 14: Connected Home, home automation combined with the Internet of Things (IoT), involves devices that are connected to each other via the Internet and/or a short-range wireless mesh network and are typically operated using remote access device such as smartphones and tablets. Smart appliances employ technologies such as Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, NFC, and IoT along with operating systems for consumer command and control such as iOS, Android, Azure, and Tizen. These technologies are becoming increasingly easier to implement and operate for end-users, resulting in a rapid growth of the Do-it-Yourself (DIY) market … Details.
  • July 11: Key considerations for MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) include low cost certification, leveraging technologies (data everywhere, smartphone, tablet and wearable device proliferation, flexible learning experience, etc.), costs reduction for corporate training, and more. Important to the ICT ecosystem, MOOC adoption is contributing to the development and adoption of technologies and solutions such as Big Data, Analytics, Gamification, and Cloud Computing … Details.
  • June 22: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) is an eLearning approach where many students participate in a highly collaborative and interactive manner as part of a per-course or subscription offering. What distinguishes MOOCs is mass participation, social collaborations, interactive forums, and open-ended outcomes … Details.
  • June 20: Digitization of finances and democratization of mass access are the key growth factors for FinTech disruption across the world. FinTech enable services include peer-to-peer money transfers, lending services, online payments, and mobile payments. Financial organizations can develop solutions in-house, partner with FinTech solution providers, or acquire them. Apart from operational issues and/or user experiences, CAPEX and OPEX factors greatly impact these decisions … Details.
  • June 17: Eogogics offers 15 courses and workshops on RF, HF, Microwaves, Signal Processing, and IEEE certification curricula including this hands-on lab on RF Systems Analysis and Design. To view our full RF line-up, please visit the RF curriculum page.
  • June 13: Mobile Edge Computing aims to bring computational power into Mobile RAN to promote virtualization of software at the radio edge. MEC enables the edge of the network to run in an isolated environment from the rest of the network and creates access to local resources and data. Fog Computing is a distributed computing infrastructure in which some application services are controlled at the network edge in a smart device and some are controlled in a remote data center (e.g., a centralized Cloud) … This approach is gaining popularity due to the Internet of Things (IoT) and the vast amount of data that sensors generate … Details.
  • June 10: Eogogics offers over two dozen courses on LTE, LTE-A, VoLTE, and related topics including this popular course on LTE-A.  View the full LTE curriculum here.
  • June 8: An Eogogics membership is entirely FREE! Yet it offers so many perks. To join, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button in the website header.
  • June 6: The Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) is defining Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO) with APIs for existing network, NFV and SDN implementations enabling Agile, Assured and Orchestrated Services, Worldwide, otherwise known as “The Third Network”. It is characterized as a union of CE 2.0 and the Internet as a whole, which represents Assured QoS and Security for the former, and On-demand and Ubiquitous Access for the latter. In other words, the concept seeks to provide the best of both words … Details.
  • June 2: Eogogics offers courses on SS7/C7, CAMEL, and Diameter. We also offer courses on Fiber Optics, SONET/SDH and DWDM.
  • May 31: Wearable devices will ultimately become the primary medium for communication, infotainment services, health solution, textile, military, and industrial solutions. The entire wearable technology ecosystem will be built around Body Area Network (BAN), Augmented Reality (AR), sensor networks, short range P2P communication modalities, and utilization of ambient awareness. Wearable technology presents the potential for massive transformation in many industries … Details.
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  • May 25: An Eogogics membership costs absolutely nothing yet offers so much. To join, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button in the website header.
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  • May 20: Eogogics offers 25 courses on IP and Cloud Computing. Have a look.
  • May 18: Become a member and get an instant 5% off your first purchases as well as all future purchases. And it cost nothing to join! No reason not to! Look for blue ‘Join/Log in’ button up top.
  • May 16: AI is increasingly integrated in many areas including Internet search, entertainment, commerce applications, content optimization, and robotics. The long-term prospect for these technologies is that they will become embedded in many different other technologies and provide autonomous decision making on behalf of humans, both directly, and indirectly through many processes, products, and services … Details.
  • May 13: Check out the Eogogics minis, micros, and maxis (our blogs that is, they come in three sizes)!
  • May 11: Eogogics offers a dozen courses on IMS, SIP, and VoIP including this course on LTE-IMS Interwork.
  • May 9: Check out this web-interactive listing the 2016 Eogogics Wireline and General Telecom Offerings. It includes courses on SDN, NFV, Cloud Computing, IPv6, MPLS, IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP, Traffic Engineering, Network Security, Wireless Backhaul, SNMP, SS7, Diameter, CAMEL, Frameworx, eTOM, SID, TAM, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Telecom for Nonengineers, and much more … Watch Sway.
  • May 5: Just published, the Spring 2016 issue of the Eogogics Quarterly with articles and updates on Decision-Making Tools, Meshed Cloud Software, Telecom APIs, Connected Consumer Devices, Connected Home and IoT, Big Data, FinTech, and more … Read the Quarterly.
  • May 4: What’s new at Eogogics this Spring? Check out the latest Program Update with news on Project Management courses, Telecom APIs, FinTech, Connected Consumer Devices, Meshed Cloud Software, Smart Cities, Connected Home and IoT, Big Data, and more … Details.
  • May 2: “Decision-making is the cognitive process of selecting a course of action from among multiple alternatives. Every decision-making process produces a final choice.” That’s what Wikipedia says anyway. What it doesn’t say is that some decisions must be made for outcomes that will occur in the future. However, there are a couple of tools that can be put to use in helping make complex decisions, namely, Expected Monetary Value and Decision Tree Analysis. Read Article.
  • April 29: Inner Circle membership, entirely free, gives you 5% off EVERYTHING, even products costing thousands of dollars! To join, click the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button at the top.
  • April 27: Eogogics Membership, totally free, gives you 5% off (max $250), ability to post comments and blogs, and request free video courses! To join, click the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button up top.
  • April 25: Eogogics membership is totally free but offer so much! With only your first name and email, you can become a Member, then log in to post comments and blogs, request free videos, and get 5% off Store items (max $250). With just a bit more info, you can join the Inner Circle and receive 5% off everything (no max and no kidding)! All membership levels are entirely free and come with our ‘no spam’ promise. To join, click the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button at the top.
  • April 22: New Research on ICT Infrastructure, Platforms, Software, and Services: The ICT industry is undergoing profound change across a broad range of areas. This report offers a comprehensive analysis of key ICT infrastructure, platforms, applications, and services. Covered are 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), Wearable Technology, Digital Security, Smart Cities, Gamification, Industry 4.0, Edge Computing, SDN and NFV, DevOps, and advanced applications such as WebRTC and emerging low-latency dependent services such as Haptic Internet and Augmented Reality … Details.
  • April 20: Eogogics offers 15 courses and workshops on RF, HF, Microwaves, Signal Processing, and IEEE certification curricula including this hands-on lab on RF Systems Analysis and Design. Visit our RF curriculum page.
  • April 18: Using Telecom Network APIs, CSPs can leverage existing infrastructure to offer many new B2B services on DaaS basis.  As an example, WebRTC uses a Web browser (HTML5) to provide a framework, protocols, and API that facilitates real-time interactive voice, video and data.  It’s just one tool in the toolkit along with Telecom APIs and integration with carrier and OTT apps for a greatly enhanced and blended service experience … Details.
  • April 15: Eogogics offers 25 courses on IP Networks and Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV. Please take a moment to visit these curriculum pages.
  • April 13: Eogogics offers a dozen+ lecture and hands-on courses on Short Range Wireless (WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee) including this WiFI lab course. Visit our Short Range Wireless curriculum page.
  • April 11: Consumer electronic devices have historically represented stand-alone objects functioning in isolation. This is rapidly changing as high-end consumer appliances, digital equipment, and assets as well as many lower cost devices gain connectivity through embedded computing and communications … Details.
  • April 8: Check out the Eogogics minis, micros, and maxis (our blogs that is, they come in three sizes)!
  • April 6: Eogogics growth has created opportunities to teach/consult on LTE, LTE-A, VoLTE, and related topics. For more information or to apply, please visit our Careers page now.
  • April 4: There is an emerging mesh of devices and cloud-based software, platforms, and infrastructure to support the Internet of Things (IoT). The Digital Mesh will facilitate advanced machine learning through adaptive security architecture and advanced system architecture. Digital Mesh transforms conventional monolithic, linear application designs into more agile, flexible and cloud based application environment … Details.
  • April 1: (Clean) Engineer and Manager Jokes: Got a sec to enjoy some April Foolishness? Here’re some Engineer and Manager jokes selected by our faculty. Happy April Fools’ Day!
  • March 30: Wanted: Best-in-Class faculty in the US and Canada with specialized degrees, certifications, outstanding subject matter expertise and teaching skills, and 10+ year experience to teach our courses in Wireless Telecom,  RF, SATCOM, Wireline and General Telecom, Engineering, Technical Management, and Soft Skills. More info/apply here.
  • March 28: Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN), which includes alternatives such as Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN), is one of the most important aspects of an IoT network. While much focus is on IoT end-points and related issues such as security and power, ubiquitous wireless coverage remains the overarching issue for transformation from traditional M2M to global IoT networks. Adoption of IoT connectivity creates substantial opportunities for LPWAN network, hardware, and software services … Details.
  • March 25: The Eogogics Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) course shows you how to use brainstorming, 5-Why’s, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis to identify all potential failure causes. Covered are hardware and statistical analyses (design of experiments, hypothesis testing, z-test, t-test, f-test (ANOVA), Taguchi tests), and other powerful tools/techniques to let you zero in on the most likely causes … Details.
  • March 23: Our acclaimed 5-day SATCOM course is as hands-on and practical as it gets. It comes loaded with a host of Excel-based design tools and other job-aids that you can take back to use on your job. And it’s taught by Best-in-Class SATCOM faculty with 25+ year hands-on engineering experience. More.
  • March 21: Smart Cities are much more than just an effort by sovereign nations to modernize their infrastructure; they are a focal point for growth drivers in several key ICT areas including: M2M/IoT, Connected Devices, Broadband Wireless, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Analytics. Smart City developments are causing solution providers to take a much more integrated approach as they design and implement infrastructure and service capabilities. Details.
  • March 18: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach DWDM, SONET/SDH, IPv6, IMS, MPLS, SDN, NFV, M2M, IoT, Big Data, SNMP, SS7, and Diameter in US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please encourage them to apply. Thank you!
  • March 16: The edge of the network has infrastructure close to the radio network, which can extract network context from RAN and process it in a distributed manner. Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) brings virtualized applications closer to mobile users ensuring network flexibility, economy, scalability. It allows seamless access experience and responsiveness for content, services, and applications. It also allows MNO’s to play a greater role in an emerging ecosystem as they can add value through optimized apps and content … Details.
  • March 14: The Connected Home ecosystem is rapidly expanding beyond merely Connected Entertainment to include many areas such as Home and Office Equipment, Personal Consumer Electronics, Energy Management, Safety, Smart Consumer Appliances , and more … Details.
  • March 11: Did you know that Eogogics offers 75+ courses on soft skills, management, technical management, and leadership? Visit https://eogogics.com and use the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ button on top to browse our curricula.
  • March 9: Big Data industry is experiencing profound changes across the entire stack including infrastructure, security, analytics, and application layer. The data management industry is shifting from host based architecture to cloud based data centric architecture and operational model, thereby creating enormous challenges on infrastructure security. This creates an evolving market ecosystem for Big Data technology and services, infrastructure, and security solutions, software solutions, and support services … Details.
  • What’s new at Eogogics this quarter? Exciting new offerings on emerging technologies and trends such as 5G Wireless, SDN and NFV, IoT, Industrial IoT, Wireless IoT WAN Technologies, Big Data across various industries, Next Gen Network OSS/BSS, VPAs and Smart Advisors, Smart Cities, Urban ICT, and much more. Check out our 1Q16 update to learn more about the new and featured Eogogics courses and publications.
  • March 4: Did you miss the recent Eogogics blog on SDN and NFV? Here it is: “SDN and NFV have been developed to help meet the challenge of increasing demand for services and user expectation of rapid provisioning and universal availability. SDN was originally developed to address the problems of large data centers; it will likely spread to other areas, including the WAN, where virtualization and the ability to dial up bandwidth and related characteristics would be extremely valuable as well. NFV is an outgrowth of SDN in many respects, concentrating on backbone networks, where the need to rapidly reconfigure resources is key … ” Read Blog.
  • March 3: Interested in Cloud Computing, SDN, and NFV? With almost a dozen courses on those topics, we’ve got you covered. View Curriculum.
  • March 2: Want to learn more about SDN and NFV? We’ve created this free Sway (web-interactive) to help you do just that. Watch Sway.
  • Feb 29: Are SDN and NFV Game Changers in Networking? The terms SDN (Software Defined Networks) and NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) have acquired magical connotations for those who work with networks but are not technical, raising many expectations. Are SDN and NFV really such a game changer for networking? SDN and NFV are among the half dozen or so technologies seeking to address the issues that trouble contemporary networks. The other major technologies in the mix include GMPLS, ASON, high-speed Ethernet, NGN, and OTN, with a good deal of overlap between the various solutions that have been proposed … Read Blog.
  • Feb 26: This SDN/NFV course by Eogogics offers in-depth coverage of what motivated the development of SDN and NFV, the benefits they offer, how they are deployed, how they work, their interaction in today’s networks and the networks of the future, and their future evolution … Learn more.
  • Feb 25: Check out this just-out special issue of the Eogogics Quarterly focusing on SDN and NFV, including articles as well as several free educational resources on these important topics … View newsletter.
  • Feb 24: This Eogogics SDN course takes a close look at what led to SDN, how it’s deployed, its benefits, and how it works. Covered are the OpenFlow protocol, SDN in the datacenter and the WAN, deployments of SDN in the real world, equipment manufacturers, the interaction of SDN with optical networking technologies such as OTN, ASON, and GMPLS, and the future of SDN … More.
  • Feb 23: Want to learn what SDN and NFV are all about? We’ve created this free web-interactive (Sway) and tutorial to help you do just that: Have a look.
  • Feb 22: New blog — SDN and NFV have been developed to help meet the challenge of increasing demand for services and user expectation of rapid provisioning and universal availability. SDN was originally developed to address the problems of large data centers, where virtualization of hardware and operating system is important. It will likely spread to other areas, including the WAN, where virtualization and the ability to dial up bandwidth and related characteristics would be extremely valuable as well. NFV is an outgrowth of SDN in many respects, concentrating on backbone networks, where the need to rapidly reconfigure resources is key … Read blog.
  • Feb 17: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach DWDM, SONET/SDH, IPv6, IMS, MPLS, SDN, NFV, M2M/IoT, Big Data, SNMP, SS7, and Diameter in the US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), they can apply here. Thank you!
  • Feb 15: Mobile Edge Computing (MEC): The edge of the network has infrastructure close to the radio network, which can extract network context from RAN and process it in a distributed manner. Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) brings virtualized applications closer to mobile users ensuring network flexibility,  economy, and scalability. It allows seamless access experience and responsiveness for content, services, and applications. It also allows MNO’s to play a greater role in an emerging ecosystem as they can add value through optimized apps and content … Details.
  • Feb 10: Check out this Sway listing 2016 Eogogics Wireless, RF, and SATCOM offerings including courses on 5G, 4G, 3G, WiMAX, Trunked Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF, Satellite Communications, Spectrum Management, and much more.
  • Feb 9: Eogogics’s expansion offers opportunities to teach project management, leadership, and soft skills courses in the US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (MA+, 10+ year experience, and best-in-class platform skills), they can apply here. Thank you!
  • Feb 8: New research on ICT Infrastructure, Platforms, Software, and Services — Trend Analysis, Market Outlook, and Forecasts for 2016 and Beyond: The ICT industry is undergoing profound change across a broad range of areas. This report offers a comprehensive analysis of key ICT infrastructure, platforms, applications, and services. Covered are 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), Wearable Technology, Digital Security, Smart Cities, Gamification, Industry 4.0, Edge Computing, SDN and NFV, DevOps, and advanced applications such as WebRTC and emerging low-latency dependent services such as Haptic Internet and Augmented Reality … Details.
  • Feb 4: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach LTE, LTE-A, VoLTE, 4G evolution to 5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, TETRA, ZigBee, RF, SATCOM, Spectrum Management, TM Forum Frameworx, and related subjects. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please send them our way. Thank you!
  • Feb 3: “RESOLVED: This year we’ll go world-class … with a custom onsite class by a Best-in-Class Subject Matter Expert Instructor from Eogogics!” This is what some of our clients are telling us. How about you?
  • Feb 2: Check out this web-interactive look at our 2016 hands-on workshops on Specialty Technical Management topics including Management of Systems, Site Development, Software, Engineering, Root Cause Failure Investigations, Manufacturing, Global Virtual Teams, and Engineering Economics.
  • Feb 1: New Research — Internet of Things (IoT) Infrastructure: Market for IoT Platforms, Hardware, and Software 2015 – 2020: Anticipated to eventually support a multi-trillion dollar marketplace, IoT Platforms, Hardware, and Software are the cornerstone of success for IoT-enabled products/services. IoT Platforms can be defined as a convergence of software and hardware solutions to interconnect people, objects, spaces, processes, data, etc., in the real world and the virtual world on the Internet, and make these “things” communicate and interact with each other … Details.
  • Jan 29: Open positions I – Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach DWDM, SONET/SDH, IPv6, IMS, MPLS, SDN, NFV, M2M/IoT, Big Data, SNMP, SS7, and Diameter in US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please send them our way. Thank you!
  • Jan 28: Research on Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market: CSPs must consider optimization of OSS/BSS with respect to these emerging areas, which include Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Function Virtualization, Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0), Life Cycle Orchestration (LSO), and the emerging MEF defined “Third Network”.  There are even new types of Wireless Wide Area Networks (WAN) such as Low-power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN).  Each of these new areas  cause compatibility challenges with legacy OSS/BSS systems … Details.
  • Jan 27: Unveiled –2016 Eogogics courses on Engineering: Engineering Creativity, Engineering Economics, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Statistical Tolerance Analysis, GD&T, Reliability Engineering, Root Cause Failure Analysis, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Technical Management, Project Management, and much more. Watch Sway.
  • Jan 26: New research – The term “Software Defined Networking” (SDN) has acquired a magic ring to those who deal with networking but are not technical experts. SDN evokes claims of better network performance, increased security and faster time to market for networking services. Is SDN truly a game change in networking? SDN arises from the demands of pervasive cloud computing and changes the way we approach networking. The key concept of SDN is to move control out of the switches into a dedicated server that has a global view of the network state. This breaks fundamentally with existing principles of layer 2 and layer 3 networking where each switch has autonomous control … Details.
  • Jan 25: New research – IoT Software Market and OEM Ecosystem: Opportunities, Challenges, and Forecast 2015 – 2020: Most of the early IoT products (both hardware and software) will be OEM, developed or built to integrate/embed into infrastructure, device, and product/service or to extend an IoT enabled product/service portfolio.  2015 IoT software developer revenues were about $197 billion from platforms, APIs, app’s, controlling systems, security solutions, management and operations.  Substantial growth is anticipated through 2020 … Details.
  • Jan 22: New Research: Virtual Personal Assistants (VPA) and Smart Advisors use Autonomous Agents and Smart Machine technology to enable Ambient User Experience for applications and services. The Internet of Things (IoT) intensifies this need as machines interact with other machines and humans autonomously. In keeping with the theme of communications enabled applications, we see VPA enabled apps becoming widespread to the point that they are embedded within most services … Details.
  • Jan 21: Open positions III: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach project management, leadership, and soft skills courses in the US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (MA+, 10+ year experience, and best-in-class platform skills), please refer them to us. Thank you!
  • Jan 20: Sway unveiling 2016 Eogogics Wireline & General Telecom Offerings: It lists courses on SDN, NFV, Cloud Computing, IPv6, MPLS, IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP, Traffic Engineering, Network Security, Wireless Backhaul, SNMP, SS7, Diameter, CAMEL, Frameworx, eTOM, SID, TAM, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Telecom for Non-engineers, and much more … Watch Sway.
  • Jan 19: New research: The global application development community is becoming increasingly aware of Telecom Application Programming Interface (API) as a means of accessing data for a variety of communications-enabled applications.   Telecom Network APIs capitalize on existing network infrastructure and platforms to facilitate many new business opportunities for global Communication Service Providers (CSP) to offer Business-to-Business (B2B) services in a Data as a Service (DaaS) basis … Details.
  • Jan 18: Just unveiled: 2016 Eogogics offerings on 5G/4G, LTE, TETRA, WiFi, Bluetooth, RF, SATCOM, SDN, NFV, Clouds, MPLS, IMS, EoIP, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Engineering (Reliability, Mechanical, Systems, Software), Technical Management, Soft Skills, and much more … Visit our Offerings page.
  • Jan 15: Open positions II: Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach Root Cause Failure Analysis, GD&T, Statistical Tolerance Analysis, Plastics Engineering, and other Engineering courses in the US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please refer them to us. Thank you!
  • Jan 14: New research “Urban ICT: Smart Cities, 5G, Industrial IoT, and Big Data in Manufacturing Market Analysis and Forecasts 2015 – 2020″: Smart City development is emerging as a focal point for growth drivers in several key ICT areas including M2M/IoT, Connected Devices, Broadband Wireless, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Analytics. The manufacturing industry is rapidly transforming as technology, competition, and the evolving demands of global consumers dictate the need for continuously improving efficiencies and flexibility. Significant impact from ICT include machine communications, teleoperation, and integration with IoT … Details.
  • Jan 13: Unveiled: 2016 Eogogics Wireless, RF, and SATCOM offerings including courses on 5G, 4G, 3G, WiMAX, Trunked Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF, Satellite Communications, Spectrum Management, and much more. Play Sway.
  • Jan 12: New research on “Communication Enabled Applications, Content, and Commerce: WebRTC, Telecom APIs, and Mobile Apps 2015 – 2020″:
    Network operators must leverage technologies that enable next gen applications to meet the challenge from non-traditional CSPs, Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers, and other competitors.  Web Real-time Communications (WebRTC) is one tool in the toolkit along with Telecom APIs and integration with carrier and OTT apps for a greatly enhanced and blended service experience … Details.
  • Jan 11: (1) Internet of Things Solutions, Business Opportunities, and IoT Forecasts 2015–2020: Embedded systems will be the cornerstone for IoT deployment, especially within Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. Data generated through sensors embedded in various things/objects will generate massive amounts of unstructured (big) data on real-time basis that holds the promise for intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes … Details. (2) “RESOLVED: This year we’ll go world-class with a custom onsite class taught by a Best-in-Class SME-instructor from Eogogics!” This is what some of our clients are telling us. What about you? View.
  • Jan 8:1) Smart City Business Drivers, Technologies, Companies, and Solutions: Smart Cities are much more than just an effort by nations to modernize their infrastructure; they are a focal point for growth drivers in key ICT areas such as M2M/IoT, Connected Devices, Broadband Wireless, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Analytics …2) Eogogics’s expansion has created US/Canada opportunities to teach LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, RF/Microwaves, and SATCOM. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, and best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please refer them to us. Thank you!
  • Jan 7:1) Eogogics’s expansion has created opportunities to teach DWDM, SONET/SDH, IPv6, IMS, MPLS, SDN, NFV, M2M/IoT, Big Data, SNMP, SS7, and Diameter in US and Canada. If you know of top notch instructors (BS+, 10+ year experience, best-in-class subject matter expertise and teaching skills), please send them our way. Thanks! 2) Big Data in Leading Industry Verticals: While Big Data and Analytics are rapidly integrating with virtually every industry vertical, there are certain sectors that are early adopters and also expected to be big beneficiaries of advancing solutions …
  • Jan 6:  Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN), which includes alternatives such as Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN, is one of the most important aspects of an IoT network, While much focus is on IoT end-points and related issues such as security and power, ubiquitous wireless coverage remains the overarching issue for transformation from traditional M2M to global IoT networks. Adoption of IoT connectivity creates substantial opportunities for LPWAN network, hardware, and software services … Details.

Year 2015

  • Jan 5:1) KK Arora and the Eogogics team wish you a healthy and fulfilling 2016. Happy New Year!2) IoT Hardware Market and OEM Ecosystem: IoT hardware products include middleware such as microcontrollers, microprocessors, embedded systems, sensors, gateway devices and associated equipment such as amplifiers, step down converters, batteries, fixtures. OEM Hardware in “embedded things” will play an important role in the emerging IoT ecosystem and will be characterized by real-time computing, low power consumption, low maintenance, and high availability …
  • Dec 18: IoT Software Market and OEM Ecosystem: Opportunities, Challenges, and Forecast 2015 – 2020: Most of the early products for both hardware and software in IoT will be OEM, i.e., developed or built to integrate/embed into infrastructure, device, product and/or service or to extend an IoT enabled product/service portfolio.  In 2015, software developers for IoT will have generated revenue of roughly $197 billion through platforms, APIs, applications, controlling systems, security solutions, management and operations.   Substantial growth is anticipated through the year 2020.
  • Dec 17: New Research – Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2015 – 2020: CSPs must consider optimization of OSS/BSS wrt these emerging areas, which include SDN, NFV, Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0), Life Cycle Orchestration (LSO), and the emerging MEF defined “Third Network”. There are even new types of WAN such as Low-power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN).  Each of these new areas  cause compatibility challenges with legacy OSS/BSS systems … Read More.
  • Dec 16: Communication Enabled Applications, Content, and Commerce: WebRTC, Telecom APIs, and Mobile Apps 2015 – 2020: Network operators must leverage technologies that enable next generation applications to meet the challenge from non-traditional CSPs, Over-the-Top (OTT) service providers, and other competitors.  Web Real-time Communications (WebRTC) is one tool in the toolkit along with Telecom APIs and integration with carrier and OTT apps for a greatly enhanced and blended service experience. Read More.
  • Dec 15: Check out our year-end program update listing the new 4Q courses and research reports on topics such as 5G, IoT, M2M, Big Data, and TETRA.
  • Dec 14: Message from KK Arora, President: “Happy holidays! Thank you for your business and support over the years! My faculty, staff, and I wish you and your loved ones a pleasant and relaxing holiday season and a happy 2016! Enjoy the holidays!” Read More.
  • Dec 11: The global application development community is becoming increasingly aware of Telecom Application Programming Interface (API) as a means of accessing data for a variety of communications-enabled applications.   Telecom Network APIs capitalize on existing network infrastructure and platforms to facilitate many new business opportunities for global Communication Service Providers (CSP) to offer Business-to-Business (B2B) services on a Data as a Service (DaaS) basis. More.
  • Dec 10: Find out what’s new at Eogogics. Read the just-out 4Q 2015 issue of our Eogogics Quarterly newsletter.
  • Dec 9: Eogogics offers a dozen courses on Spectrum Management and related topics. View this curriculum page.
  • Dec 7: TDaaS: Verizon, Sprint, Telefonica and others are exploiting new revenue models  by partnering with firms such as SAP, IBM, HP and AirSage to package and sell their network and subscriber data (DaaS) to marketers and others on an anonymized basis.
  • Dec 4: Eogogics offers 15 courses and workshops on RF, HF, Microwaves, Signal Processing, and IEEE certification curricula including this hands-on lab on RF Systems Analysis and Design. Visit our RF curriculum page.
  • Dec 3: Eogogics offers a dozen+ lecture and hands-on courses on Short Range Wireless (WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee) including this WiFI lab course.  Visit our SRW curriculum page.
  • Dec 2: Eogogics offers several courses and hands-on workshops on Satellite Communications, e.g., this popular 5-day SATCOM lab.  View the full SATCOM curriculum.
  • Dec 1: Eogogics offers 30+ courses on LTE, LTE-A, VoLTE, and LTE evolution to 5G including this popular course on LTE-IMS Interworkings.  View the full LTE curriculum.
  • Nov 30: Get a sneak preview of the 2016 Eogogics Wireless, RF, and SATCOM offerings with this play-and-click web-interactive. It lists courses on 5G, 4G, 3G, WiMAX, Trunked Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF Systems, Satellite Communications, Spectrum Management, and much more.
  • Nov 23: As the holidays approach and the year draws to a close, we’d like to take a moment to thank all of our clients and friends for their interest in our programs. To our US customers and members: Have a very safe and pleasant holiday with your friends and family. Happy Thanksgiving!
  • Nov 19: This interactive Sway highlights the 2016 Eogogics workshops on Technical Communications including Persuasive Presentations, Winning proposals, Clear and Impactful Technical Writing, Virtual Collaboration, Internal Consulting, and more.
  • Nov 18: Sneak preview of 2016 Eogogics hands-on workshops on Specialty Technical Management topics including Management of Systems, Site Development, Software, Engineering, Root Cause Failure Investigations, Manufacturing, Global Virtual Teams, and Engineering Economics.
  • Nov 17: This web-interactive offers an advance look at the 2016 Eogogics Action-Learning Programs on Project Management, Program Management, Project Portfolio Management, Management of Project Scope, Cost, Budget, Quality, Risk, and Change, People Management, and PMP® Exam Preparation.
  • Nov 16: In this play-and-click interactive presentation, we highlight the Eogogics 2016 hands-on courses on Project, Program, and Portfolio Management, Technical Management, Management of Specialty Technical Disciplines, and Technical Communications. All workshops are customizable to your organization and available for presentation at your offices, anywhere worldwide.
  • Nov 13: Here’s a click-and-play web-presentation on 2016 Eogogics job-centered workshops on Strategic Analysis and Planning, Getting More Done with Fewer Meetings, Team Play, Virtual Collaboration, Remote and Virtual Management, and more.
  • Nov 12: This web-interactive offers an advance look at the 2016 Eogogics Action-Learning Programs on Persuasive Presentations, Technical and Proposal Writing, Business and Technical Communications, Internal Consulting, Customer Service Excellence, and more.
  • Nov 11: Interactive sneak preview of 2016 Eogogics hands-on workshops on Influencing without the Authority, Relationship and Conflict Management, Win-win Negotiations, Thriving on Change, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Time and Stress Management, Empowerment, and more.
  • Nov 10: Telecom Data as a Service (TDaaS) – Recognizing the need to generate new high-margin revenue streams, leading CSPs are seeking new revenue models that leverage their network and subscriber data assets. TDaaS is one of those new models where CSPs offer DaaS to third parties on anonymized basis, e.g., Verizon, Sprint, Telefonica and others have partnered with firms such as SAP, IBM, HP and AirSage to manage, package and sell various levels of data to marketers and other clients. Details.
  • Nov 10: Web-interactive sneak look at 2016 Eogogics hands-on courses on Vision, Strategy, and Leadership, Management Best Practices, Effective Supervision, Project Management and PMP® Exam Preparation, Cost Reduction, Offshore Supplier Management, Managing Up, Effective Feedback, Coaching, Diversity, and more.
  • Nov 9: This play-and-click interactive Sway highlights Eogogics 2016 Soft Skills courses on Professional Development, Interpersonal Skills, Business and Technical Communications, Leadership and Management, Technical Management, Sales and Customer Service.
  • Nov 6: Did you know that Eogogics offers a large number of ‘Telecom for Businessmen’ courses aimed at decision-makers and less technical professionals? Take a look!
  • Nov 5: Eogogics’ Telecom Curriculum includes courses on SS7/C7, CAMEL, and Diameter. Also, courses on Fiber Optics, SONET/SDH and DWDM. Check them out!
  • Nov 4: Eogogics offers a dozen courses on IMS, SIP, and VoIP including this course on the Interworkings of LTE and IMS.  Have a look!
  • Nov 3: Eogogics offers 25 courses on IP Networks and Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV. Please take a moment to visit these curriculum pages.
  • Nov 2: Hake a sneak peek at Eogogics’ 2016 Wireline & General Telecom Offerings with this play-and-click Sway. It lists courses on SDN, NFV, Cloud Computing, IPv6, MPLS, IMS, SIP, VoIP, EoIP, Traffic Engineering, Network Security, Wireless Backhaul, SNMP, SS7, Diameter, CAMEL, Frameworx, eTOM, SID, TAM, SONET/SDH, DWDM, Telecom for Nonengineers, and much more.
  • Oct 30: Eogogics offers several courses on Satellite Communications, e.g., this 5-day hands-on workshop. You can view the full SATCOM curriculum here.
  • Oct 29: Eogogics offers a dozen+ lecture and hands-on courses on Short Range Wireless (WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee) such as this 5-day course on Bluetooth.  Visit our Short Range Wireless Curriculum page.
  • Oct 28: Eogogics offers over two dozen courses on LTE including this course on LTE-A. View the full LTE Curriculum.
  • Oct 27: Take a sneak peek at Eogogics’ 2016 Wireless/RF offerings with this play-and-click interactive web-presentation. It lists courses on 5G, 4G, 3G, Trunked Radio, WiFi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, RF, SATCOM, Spectrum Management, and much more.
  • Oct 26: New Research: Big Data in Retail. Retail accounts for a large part of the world economy and has a large ecosystem. It has faced massive disruptions caused by online competitors such as Amazon and showrooming enabled by smartphones. So retailers are getting smarter by using in-depth real time analysis of massive data generated daily for quick insights to make informed decisions regarding future solutions and opportunities to improve sales operations, customer loyalty, revenues and profitability, etc.
  • Oct 23: The Eogogics Offshore Supplier Management & Performance Assurance Course: Many organizations are considering or actively engaged in transferring work to offshore suppliers. This workshop develops an approach for objectively evaluating in-house vs. offshore and presents a proven approach for managing engineering, quality, manufacturing, contracting, and other risks of offshore supplier management … Details.
  • Oct 22: The Eogogics RCFA course shows you how to use brainstorming, 5-Why’s, Ishikawa diagrams, mind-mapping, and fault tree analysis to identify all potential failure causes. Covered are hardware and statistical analyses (design of experiments, hypothesis testing, z-test, t-test, f-test (ANOVA), Taguchi tests), and other powerful tools/techniques to let you zero in on the most likely causes … Details.
  • Oct 21: GD&T overcomes shortfalls of traditional engineering drawings and provides a communications baseline between engineering, design, manufacturing, quality assurance, procurement, and other groups, greatly reducing the need for supplementary drawing notes, and providing a consistent approach for gages, fixtures, and assembly jigs … Details.
  • Oct 20: Have a sneak peek at Eogogics’ 2016 engineering offerings with this nifty play-and-click interactive catalog with courses on Engineering Creativity, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing, Reliability Engineering, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Technical Management, and more.
  • Oct 19: New Research — 5G Technologies Assessment: 5G relies on supporting technologies such as IPv6, Millimeter Wave propagation, and others including some still in development. 5G networks demand higher data rates in the range of several Gbps, which can be achieved using steerable antennas with mmWave. While some of these technologies will find home in the standard, others may become optional or proprietary adjuncts to the standard. As with all game-changers, software, platform, and infrastructure providers have a lot at stake … Details.
  • Oct 16: The Eogogics 3-day hands-on TETRA course provides a comprehensive introduction to the TETRA technology for those new to TETRA.
  • Oct 15: The 7-day long hands-on Eogogics TETRA in Depth course covers RF and TETRA basics, TETRA specifications, TETRA network planning and optimization, billing, and security.
  • Oct 14: Our NEW 3-day hands-on TETRA Performance Optimization course covers TETRA network planning, physical layer performance, TETRA KPIs, and optimization of TETRA network and services.
  • Oct 13: TETRA Overview, a NEW 3-day long hands-on course, covers TETRA features, equipment, architecture, call handling, and technology specifications.
  • Oct 12: The Eogogics trunked radio curriculum includes four 3-7 day long hands-on TETRA courses covering RF foundations, TETRA basics, TETRA technology deep-dive, TETRA network planning, TETRA KPIs, and TETRA performance optimization.
  • Oct 9: Controlling Project Risk: “A threat is just the flip side of an opportunity. You use a full-featured risk register to do a series of exercises, each helping establish an effective Risk Management Practice. You manage threats cost-effectively while uncovering the opportunities that lie underneath …
  • Oct 8: Opportunities are available at Eogogics to teach/consult on IPv6, MPLS, IMS, Diameter, SNMP, SONET/SDH, DWDM, SS7 and related topics. Details.
  • Oct 7: Our Fall ’15 update lists 25 new courses and research reports on such topics as LTE and 3G Optimization, SDN, NFV, MPLS, Mobile Value Added Services, IP Networks, TRIZ, Poka-Yoke, IoT, Big Data, OSS, Clouds, Root Cause Failure, Carrier B2B Data Revenue, Telecom Network APIs … Details.
  • Oct 6: Opportunities are available at Eogogics to teach/consult on LTE, LTE-A, VoLTE, and related topics. Details.
  • Oct 5 Research Update: “M2M, IoT, Sensors & Connected World: Market / Forecast 2015-2020” assesses the IoT sensor marketplace, evaluates major vendors, identifies key IoT functionality supporting sensors and forecasts sensor adoption and revenue … View Report.
  • Oct 2: Become an Eogogics affiliate and profit as we grow. It costs nothing to join and you get 5.5% commission on every sale!
  • Oct 1: When you have a moment, please check out the Eogogics Pinterest boards featuring crazy inventions, technology humor, health and recreation tips, product info, and more.
  • Sept 30: Enterprises across industries are awakening to the potential of Communication Service Provider data — from network QoS for video service delivery to Subscriber Data Management (SDM) for advertising, profiling, and identity management. CSPs offer data over Telecom APIs in a DaaS model to data aggregators, enterprises, and Over-the-Top (OTT) players … Read More.
  • Sept 29: How Do You Hypnotize an Engineer: CAD meets MC Escher? View this.
  • Sept 28: Website update: Eogogics.com is reborn! Re-built from the ground up, it has an uncluttered, pleasing look. But there’s a lot more to the site than its stylish new looks … Read article. 
  • Sept 25: Did you know that Eogogics offers 75+ courses on soft skills, management, technical management, and leadership? Use one of the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons up top to browse our soft skills and management curricula.
  • Sept 24: It’s not easy to plan/optimize today’s multi-technology, multi-layer wireless networks. But our inter-technology courses offer practical solutions: LTE/3G networks, LTE/HSPA networks, UMTS/HSPA networks.  Browse our website (use one of the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons up top) to view our full wireless technology curricula.
  • Sept 23: Sensors embedded in various things/objects will generate massive amounts of unstructured (Big) data in real-time that holds the promise for intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes. Details.
  • Sept 22: Join Eogogics, it’s totally FREE! Then log in to access articles, programs news, free courses, and instant 5% off the first (and all subsequent) order(s). Click Sign Up in the header or follow this link.
  • Sept 21: Read Blog: “Quality improvement based on relaxed tolerances seems counterintuitive, but a quick look at how tolerances are assigned and the consequences of overly-stringent tolerances reveal why this is so.”
  • Sept 18: Market research report recently published: “Security and Privacy in the Internet of Things (IoT): Challenges, Market Opportunities and Forecast 2015 – 2020”. Details.
  • Sept 17: Our Fall newsletter, just out, features articles that discuss the Quality of Experience (QoE) and Tolerance Relaxation for Quality Improvement and Cost Reduction. Issue link.
  • Sept 16: Market research report recently published: “Wearable Technology in Sports and Fitness, Healthcare, and Clothing: Market Outlook and Forecasts 2015 – 2020”. Details.
  • Sept 15: Read article – Using Kano Model to Engineer Exciting Products: “… We need a constant flow of excitement attributes. We can’t simply add features, though. We need to add the right features. We need ongoing innovation to develop and maintain an excitement-attributes-driven competitive edge …”
  • Sept 14: Read blog – Three Views of Quality of (Telecom) Experience (QoE): “QoE started as a video consideration, soon grew to include voice and now has been wrapped around the entire multimedia experience. It knows no bounds: the concept applies equally to wireline and wireless, .. and telepresence sessions. It’s all around us and must be considered seriously by service providers, manufacturers, end-users and the engineers who support these groups and their users …”
  • Sept 11: Check out our updated company pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest
  • Sept 10: New research on Wearables in sports and fitness, healthcare, and clothing: Sports and fitness wearables alone may reach $9.4 billion globally by 2020 with a CAGR of 103% …
  • Sept 9: Read blog: “The quest for improved speeds and capabilities beyond those offered by SONET/SDH led to NexteGen Network (NGN), Automatically Switched Optical Network (ASON), Generalized Multi-protocol Label Switching (GMPLS), Optical Transport Network (OTN) …”
  • Sept 8: New miniblog: Our Fall ’15 program update lists 15 new courses and 10 new research pubs on topics such as LTE and 3G Optimization, SDN, NFV, MPLS, Mobile Value Added Services, IP Networks, TRIZ, Poka-Yoke, IoT and Security, Big Data, OSS, Clouds, Root Cause Failure, Carrier B2B Data Revenue, Telecom Network APIs …
  • Sept 4: The Eogogics 2-3 day MPLS Applications course undertakes an in-depth study of the advanced MPLS functionality including  circuit emulation, multicast applications, scalability enhancements, OAM features, and emerging applications.
  • Sept 3: Our 2-4 day MPLS Comprehensive course covers all of the key issues related to MPLS design and implementation including VPNs, Quality of Service (QoS), Traffic Engineering, and advanced/emerging applications.  Examples and short exercises are interspersed throughout the course.
  • Sept 2: Our 2-3 day MPLS course covers the theory, benefits, features, architecture, network design issues, configuration, operation, applications, and GMPLS.
  • Sept 1: The Eogogics 1-day MPLS Short Course provides a high-level overview of MPLS evolution, underlying concepts, benefits, architecture, operation, and services.
  • Aug 31: New miniblog: MPLS, a key NextGen technology, offers an IP-compatible, QoS-capable infrastructure that enables the convergence of voice, IP, ATM, Ethernet, and Frame Relay onto the same backbone network. It combines the intelligence and scalability of routing with the reliability and manageability of traditional carrier networks. MPLS is the key to scalable VPNs and end-to-end QoS.  Our MPLS curriculum, just updated, includes several courses that cover all aspects of MPLS.
  • Aug 28: Become a member and get an instant 5% off your first purchases as well as all future purchases. And it cost nothing to join! No reason not to!! Look for blue ‘Join/Log in’ button on top of https://eogogics.com
  • Aug 27: Preparing for a PMP® Exam? Check out our hard-driving, high success rate hands-on test preparation workshop.
  • Aug 26: “Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform M2M communications, global IT support systems, and business processes in every industry vertical, significantly impacting wireless, network signaling, authentication, data management systems … ” Read more about the research report mentioned in this post.
  • Aug 25: Controlling Project Risk: “A threat is just the flip side of an opportunity. You use a full-featured risk register to complete a series of exercises, each helping establish an effective Risk Management Practice. You manage threats cost-effectively while uncovering the opportunities that lie underneath …”  More.
  • Aug 24:  New miniblog: “Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to become as invisible, pervasive, and essential to modern society as the air – like which, it also has virtually unlimited points of vulnerability …”  Read more about the research cited in the miniblog.
  • Aug 21: Companies rely on PfM (Project Portfolio Management) to select, fund, and oversee the projects that execute business strategy. But are you funding the right projects at the right time? Do your projects deliver the business value you need and expect? More.
  • Aug 19: Human factors, more than anything else, determine a project’s success or failure. You can leverage your stakeholders’ intentions and skills to energize your team and move your project onto the fast track to success! More.
  • Aug 18: Eogogics offers project management courses ranging in duration from one to five days, but our three-day Effective Project Management course is by far the most popular. More.
  • Aug 17: Read today’s home page miniblog: Our 20+ Project Management courses cover the management of Projects, Portfolios, People, Scope Change, Budgets, Risk, Quality; also, PMP Test Prep, Software Projects, Engineering Economics, Cost Reduction, Project Conflict Resolution, Global Virtual Team Management, Leading Change, … All PM courses are taught hands-on by PMP® instructors with PhD, VP-level management experience, and 10+ year record of excellent evaluations, class after class.
  • Aug 14: When you have a moment, please check out our Pinterest boards featuring crazy inventions, technology humor, health and recreation tips, product info, and more.
  • Aug 13: Did you know that you can view blogs, articles by our faculty, tutorials, podcasts, Power Points, and free video courses at our Knowledge Center?
  • Aug 12: An Eogogics membership offers so many perks yet costs absolutely nothing! To join, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button in the website header.
  • Aug 11: Did you know that you can download the latest Eogogics brochures and catalogs from our Offerings page?
  • Aug 10: Visit the home page to read our new miniblog on engineering creativity: “… Many companies rely on brainstorming, a simplistic approach that often fails to stimulate creativity in a meaningful way …”
  • Aug 7: Eogogics.com cool fact #43: It offers training and research reports on telecom, technology and soft skills … and consulting services, too!
  • Aug 6: Eogogics.com cool fact #29: Find a course by working our 3-clicks-and-you’re-there sliding menus; or Search by category, topic or course ID!
  • Aug 5: Check out our new workshop on Leading and Facilitating Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) Investigations.
  • Aug 4: Big Data Leaders: GridGain, Lattice Engine, Origami Logic, Rainstor, and Sumo Logic: This report covers lesser known Big Data companies that offer innovative products and great promise to solve the many challenges presented by huge datasets to generate information/insights with minimal delay, sometimes in real-time.
  • Aug 3: Check out our hot new research publication on Carrier B2B Revenue Opportunities. (By the way, you can get an instant 5% off THIS or any other purchase by becoming a member at no cost!) “Big data telecom analytics market expects to grow at 49% CAGR in 2015-2020, reaching $7.6 billion/yr revenue by 2020. Telecom APIs market expects to reach $167.5 billion in global revenues by 2020, growing at 26% CAGR. Overall DaaS market will reach $271.9B globally by 2020.”
  • July 31: Become an affiliate and profit as we grow. It costs nothing to join and you get 5.5% commission on every sale! Apply.
  • July 30: Check out our unique new workshop on Creative Engineering Problem Solving with Poka-Yoke
  • July 29: Eogogics has new company pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and now also on Pinterest.
  • July 28: Carrier B2B Data Revenue research: “Big data  telecom analytics market expects to grow at 49% CAGR in 2015-2020, reaching $7.6 billion/yr revenue by 2020. Telecom APIs market expects  to reach $167.5 billion in global revenues by 2020, growing at 26% CAGR. Overall DaaS market will reach $271.9B globally by 2020.”
  • July 27: In the past few months, we’ve released 20+ new courses on telecom, other technologies, and soft skills. Details.
  • July 24: Searching should not feel like a full-time job. Check out the zippy new search function on top of our website pages, Knowledge Center, and Store.
  • July 23: This MVAS research report analyses Mobile Value Added Services (including the worldwide mobile games market) opportunities and forecasts to 2020.

  • July 22: Global Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) market will grow at an estimated 83.1% CAGR from 2015-20 with revenue reaching $8.7 billion … More.  Related course on NFV.
  • July 21: New research on Cloud Applications Marketplace: “Cloud is moving beyond computing and storage into a new realm of communications, applications, and content, causing profound changes that are transforming infrastructure, services, companies, solutions, and business models …”
  • July 20: New research on Changing Landscape of OSS: “Significant changes now underway in the CSP industry are causing fundamental re-evaluations of business models, technology stacks and service offerings. The disruptions to the status quo are influencing and being influenced by OSS …”
  • July 17: You don’t have to be a member to subscribe to the Eogogics Quarterly. It’s emailed just four times a year, features articles and program news … and no spam! To subscribe, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top.
  • July 16: An Eogogics Inner Circle membership, entirely free, gives you 5% off EVERYTHING even products costing thousands of dollars! To join the Inner Circle, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top.
  • July 15: Membership to our site, which is entirely free, gives you 5% off (max $250) all store purchases, ability to post comments and blogs, and lets you request up to two free video courses a year! To register, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top.
  • July 14: As a member, you can sign in and post comments to blogs or upload a blog of your own! To become a member, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top.
  • July 13: It pays to become an Eogogics member and costs absolutely nothing to become one! To join, click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top.
  • July 10: If you like our new website, please share it with your friends.
  • July 9: Research publication on Software Defined Networking (SDN).  Related course on SDN.
  • July 8: New research publication on Mobile Value-added Services (MVAS):  “MVAS are key to the ongoing success of mobile network operators and others in the mobile value chain. With the commoditization of voice and data, wireless service providers must depend on MVAS for additional revenue and improved margins …” Details.
  • July 7: Today (July 7) only: The Eogogics 7/7 Celebration. Train 7 people for $7K in any of these 7 topics: LTE, SDN/NFV, Modern IP Networks, Cloud Computing, Root Cause Failure Analysis, GD&T, Project Management! Call us for details.
  • July 6: It’s not easy to optimize today’s multi-technology and multi-layer wireless networks … LTE/HSPA Optimization, LTE/3G Optimization
  • July 3: Happy 4th to all of our US members. Enjoy the festivities, as we will!
  • July 2: All those fireworks just for us? This July 4th is America’s 239th birthday … and Eogogics’s 10th!
  • July 1: Check out KK Arora’s blog about Eogogics’s cool new 10th anniversary website.
  • June 30: Blog: Eogogics President, KK Arora’s, 10th Anniversary Toast to All of YOU!
  • June 29: Check out the new miniblog now on our home page: Happy 239th, America! And Happy 10th, Eogogics!!
  • June 26: Eogogics.com cool fact #43: It offers training & research reports on telecom, technology and soft skills topics … and consulting services, too!
  • June 25: In the past few months, we’ve released nearly two dozen new courses including … Learn More
  • June 24: Article: “How to decide which features to include in new products? If we miss important features or include unnecessary ones, customers will reject our products. If we include unexpected and exciting features, though, we can delight customers and jump ahead of the competition …”
  • June 23: In recent months, we’ve added 50 new market research publications on emerging technologies including … Read More
  • June 22: New blog by KK Arora, President: “Leading up to our 10th birthday (July 4th), I called to thank many of you and ask how we can better serve you. Your replies formed the blueprints for a new Eogogics that I’m glad to now share …”
  • June 19: Eogogics introduces a new advanced course on IP Networks for NON-engineers that covers the important concepts as well as the new technologies and trends.
  • June 18: Just published: The second quarterly Issue of the Eogogics newsletter celebrating our 10th anniversary (July 4th)!
  • June 17: Eogogics offers a comprehensive new course on IP networks for NON-engineers with coverage of IP essentials plus the emerging new technologies and trends
  • June 16: New from Eogogics: A one-day short-course for NON-engineers on modern IP networks
  • June 15: New miniblog: Four new Eogogics courses for NON-engineers that cover the key telecom and IP concepts plus the new technologies and trends.
  • June 12: Check out the Eogogics company pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, Twitter … and (now also) on Pinterest
  • June 11: New course from Eogogics: Modern Telecommunications Overview (2 to 5 days).
  • June 10: Profit as we grow by becoming an Eogogics affiliate. There is no cost to join and you get 5.5% commission on every sale!
  • June 9: New market intelligence research report:  Telecom Network API Marketplace: Strategy, Ecosystem, Players and Forecasts 2015 – 2020
  • June 8: New blog: “Internet is again straining to handle the volume of traffic committed to it, and providers are seeking new solutions.  SONET/SDH are widely deployed around the world … but this technology is approaching the end of its useful life, and over the next decade much of it will be replaced by newer systems based on ASON/GMPLS, the OTN, and higher-speed modulation techniques.”
  • June 5: New market intelligence research report:  Telecom Network API Marketplace: Strategy, Ecosystem, Players and Forecasts 2015 – 2020
  • June 4: New hands-on workshop on the Diameter Protocol, Operation, and Implementation.
  • June 3: Eogogics introduces a new 1-day course on Software Defined Networks (SDN).
  • June 2: Eogogics offers a unique new workshop on Creative Engineering Problem Solving with Poka-Yoke.
  • June 1: Eogogics has just released courses on SDN/NFV (Software Defined Networks and Network Functions Virtualization) and SDN to augment its research publications on SDN/NFV and SDN.
  • May 29: Eogogics.com cool fact #53: Our website offers 400+ technology market research reports on such topics as LTE, Tele-medicine, Cloud, M2M, SDN, NFV, Big Data, Analytics, and much more!
  • May 28: Just published: The new Eogogics technology course catalog that lists 300+ courses in Telecommunications and other technologies as well as Technical Management.
  • May 27:  Just released:  A 2-day course on  Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization.
  • May 26: Have a look at our brand new website: It comes with many new features (including the user-friendly sliding menus), several levels of membership (all free), many new courses, and lots of free content.
  • May 22: Download the new 2015 brochures that describe the expanded Eogogics offerings.
  • May 21: Eogogics.com cool fact #57: Inner Circle membership, entirely free, gives you 5% off EVERYTHING, even products costing thousands of dollars! Click the blue ‘Join/log in’ button on top now to join.
  • May 20: Did you know that our blogs, like some items of apparel, come in three sizes: Regular, Mini, and Micro?
  • May 19:  New research: Governments globally see a range of opportunities for improving defense, security, and public safety by leveraging both structured and Big Data. Predictive analytics and policing are rapidly becoming critically important tools to military operations, counter-terrorism, and disaster mitigation/recovery.
  • May 18:  Blog by KK Arora: “We’re rebuilding eogogics.com from the ground up! We’re set to complete this work by our 10th anniversary, but much of our 2500-page website’s exciting new functionality is now in place … “
  • May 15: Did you know that eogogics.com members have FREE access to our e-learning library? What does it cost to become a member? Nothing at all; it’s FREE! To join, click on the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button on top of any web page.
  • May 14: Eogogics introduces two new hands-on workshops: WiFi Hands-on and ZigBee Hands-on
  • May 13: eogogics.com cool fact #7: Find info quickly via Search. Our enhanced Search lets you look for courses, products, and knowledge resources in many different ways. Look for the magnifying glass on the top right of any web page.
  • May 12: Eogogics.com Member Perk #11: Become an Inner Circle Member (it’s FREE!). Then call in to get 5% off ANYTHING at ANYTIME (no maximum)! Click the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button on top to sign up now!
  • May 11: Introducing three new, practical and in-depth courses on how to plan and optimize today’s multi-technology and multi-layer wireless networks:  LTE/HSPA Inter-technology OptimizationLTE/3G Performance OptimizationHSPA/UMTS Planning and Dimensioning. View our LTE and 3G curricula.
  • May 8: Introducing a new workshop on the TRIZ technique for boosting engineering creativity
  • May 7: Eogogics.com cool fact #1: Sign up for our free Quarterly. Emailed just four times a year, it has interesting articles and program news … and NO SPAM! Click the blue ‘Join/Login’ button on top to sign up now!
  • May 6: Eogogics offers a new course on VoLTE and its alternatives.
  • May 5: Eogogics.com cool fact #19:  Become a member (it’s free), then log in to post comments and blogs, get 5% off products, and request free videos! To join, click the ‘Join/Log in’ button on top.
  • May 4: Check out the update on emerging technologies research now in the Blog section (right column under LATEST POST) of our Home page. View our research publications store.
  • May 1: New Eogogics Research – “Global Connected Consumer Wearable Devices”: This research evaluates the global connected consumer wearable device ecosystem, market drivers, constraints, and opportunities for value chain constituents. View report.
  • April 30: Eogogics.com Member Perk #3: Join for free, then log in to post comments and blogs, get 5% off a product (max $250), or request a free video! Click the blue ‘Join/Log in’ button on top to join.
  •  April 29: New Eogogics Research – “Social Mobility, Analytics, and Cloud (SMAC)”: Convergence of Social Media, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud (SMAC) is a powerful trend impacting both consumer and enterprise realization within digital media, communications, applications, content, and commerce. .. making the organization more agile and responsive. View report.
  •  April 28: Eogogics.com cool fact #1: Our website showcases 150 courses in Cloud Computing, Systems and Software Engineering, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and other Technologies. Click one of the orange “Browse Our Courses’ buttons up top to start exploring these courses.
  •  April 27: New Eogogics Research – “Market for Telecom Structured Data, Big Data, and Analytics”: Telecom industry is investing heavily in the analytical tools and services to leverage both their traditional and Big data. … in-depth look at the global Big Data and telecom analytics markets, including the business case, application use cases, vendor landscape, value chain analysis, case studies and industry forecast.  View report.
  • April 24: New Eogogics Research on “Big Data in Internet of Things (IOT)”: The data generated through sensors embedded in various things/objects will generate massive amounts of unstructured (big) data on real-time basis that holds the promise for intelligence and insights for dramatically improved decision processes … View report.
  • April 23: Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization are poised to transform network architecture. View this new research report.
  • April 22: Eogogics research report on Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): “Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmenting current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation methods and procedures such as tele-operation, tele-robotics, and other areas that rely upon interface and control of real objects by virtual objects …” View report.
  • April 21: Read the first issue of the new Eogogics Quarterly: Future of Optical Networking; Engineering Products That Excite & Delight Customers.
  • April 20: Eogogics introduces two new courses on optical networking technologies (click course titles to view detailed outlines): SONET/SDH and SONET/SDH Advanced.  View our full optical technologies curriculum.
  • April 17: Eogogics.com cool fact #17: Did you know that Eogogics.com offers nearly 300 courses in Wireless, RF, SATCOM, and General Telecom? Click the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons on top to explore the courses of interest to you.
  • April 16: New research publication: Machine-to-Machine applications, services, case studies, market dynamics, and forecasts across industry verticals. Details.
  • April 15: eogogics.com cool fact #3: We’ve got 50 curricula with 500 courses, yet any course is just 3 clicks away. How? Check out our sliding menus! (Click one of the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons on top to explore our curriculum.)
  • April 14: New Eogogics blog: “How do we decide which features should we include in new products? If we miss important features or include unnecessary ones, customers will reject our products. If we include unexpected and exciting features, though, we can jump ahead of the competition. … Excitement Attributes surprise and delight customers. When they experience such attributes, the impact is immediate and dramatic: They want the product …” Read blog.
  • April 13: Eogogics offers two new courses on LTE: LTE Functionality and LTE Optimization
  • April 10: Just updated: Intensive, 5-day PMP®/CAPM® Test Preparation Workshop with exercises, practice tests, 1000 test questions, and expert guidance on how to ace the test
  • April 9: Eogogics.com cool fact #31: Check out our new Knowledge Center, chockfull of blogs, articles, tutorials, podcasts, photos, e-learning, more!
  • April 8: Now available: New Telemedicine research including technologies, applications, market landscape, Cloud/Data Management  aspects, and more.
  • April 7: New Blog by Dr Tom Fowler: Past and Future of Optical Networking. “Internet is once again straining to handle the volume of traffic committed to it, and network providers are seeking new solutions ….” Read article.
  • April 6: eogogics.com cool fact #29: Find a course by working our 3-clicks-and-you’re-there sliding menus (or Search by  category, topic or course ID)! Click one of the orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons on top to try out the sliding menus. Read more.
  • April 3: Join Eogogics (it’s FREE!) to log into the website and access articles, programs news, discounts, and free technology courses.
  • April 2: New blog by KK Arora: “”Welcome to the New Eogogics.com! We’re busy adding features, courses, products, and free content. I’ll use this blog to introduce each … “
  • April 1: Interested in the evolution of 4G LTE to 5G Wireless? Check out this new Eogogics course
  • March 30: Cloud offers CapEx/OpEx reduction, service development and delivery efficiency, and greater flexibility as business evolves: https://eogogics.com/?p=6827
  • March 27: Eogogics  introduces a new workshop on Leading/Facilitating Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) efforts. Details at: https://eogogics.com/?p=2187
  • March 26: Check out our brand new website! We’re rebuilding it from scratch to let you access things quickly and easily while enjoying your visit. It comes with several levels of membership (all free and with ‘no spam’ promise), many new features, and lots of new content. Have a look: www.eogogics.com
  • January 12: For the world, a bit less war and a bit more (economic) growth … and for all of us, a Happy and Healthy New Year! Wishing you the best for 2015!
  • January 5: Eogogics changes its social media banners to synch them with the coming new website in early SpringSept 17: Our Fall newsletter, just out, features articles that discuss the Quality of Experience (QoE) and Tolerance Relaxation for Quality Improvement and Cost Reduction. Issue link.Sept 16: Market research report recently published: “Wearable Technology in Sports and Fitness, Healthcare, and Clothing: Market Outlook and Forecasts 2015 – 2020”. Details.

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