There is generally widespread understanding that, in order to detect, prevent, and mitigate threats in cyberspace, the ability to share relevant information between and among industry and government stakeholders is a cornerstone to achieving timely, reliable, and actionable situational awareness, as well as better analysis and collaboration.
The community of information and communication technology (ICT) manufacturers, vendors and suppliers that TIA represents realizes the potential that the Internet of Things (IoT) holds across all segments of the global economy and the improvements in countless aspects of consumers' and businesses' everyday activities.
According to the Embassy of India, U.S.-India bilateral trade has increased by an astounding 1,037.5 percent over the past 23 years and totaled $63.7 billion in 2013. I would also echo the views of the Embassy that the bilateral trade and commercial relationship is a "crucial component" of the dynamic and growing overall relationship between our two countries. Indeed, there are significant opportunities to strengthening the commercial and economic relationship by lowering barriers to trade and investment.
FCC Chairman Wheeler and the Commission deserve great credit for addressing head-on the challenges associated with the "IP Transition," the inevitable transition of legacy transmission platforms and technologies to Internet Protocol. Facilitating this transition in a socially responsible manner is one of the most significant steps the Commission can take to affirmatively help promote broadband deployment and infrastructure investment while serving the public interest.
For wireless communication in any form, Radio Frequency (RF) is the invisible medium. Fundamentals of RF remain the same whether you are dealing with cellular, satellite or microwave communication. One needs to understand the characteristics of RF and how our surroundings affect its behavior.
The community of information and communication technology (ICT) manufacturers, vendors and suppliers that TIA represents realizes the potential that the Internet of Things holds across all segments of the global economy and the improvements in countless aspects of consumers' and businesses' everyday activities.
As information and communications technology (ICT) rapidly develops and advances, access to advanced communications products and services is increasingly important for those with disabilities. Similarly, ICT innovations have led to the development of improved emergency communications and next generation 911 (NG911) services. New offerings like text-to-911 will give individuals the ability to send a text message to reach 911 emergency call takers.
Those who are familiar with TIA's priorities in the healthcare space know that we have consistently urged policymakers for much wider support of telehealth and remote patient monitoring than what is in effect today.