Virtual Reality in Gaming, Education, and Simulations

The purpose of Virtual Reality (VR) technology is to provide a near-real experience using reality emulation in a virtual environment.  The VR market is poised to experience a massive transformation over the next three to five years driven by advances in devices, apps, components,  content, and broadband communication. Mind Commerce sees fully immersive virtual reality [...]

Infrastructure for Voice over 5G Market, UHD Audio, and More

The fifth generation (5G) of cellular is poised to facilitate a fundamental shift in communications, applications, content, and commerce. This shift will include a massive transformation in terms of capacity availability as well as real-time communications and control. Despite the industry emphasis on many new data-related capabilities materializing with 5G, voice will remain a critical [...]

Cable Operators vs. Wireless Carrier 5G Services

The Internet & Television Association (formerly the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, and commonly known as the NCTA) estimates that 80% of residences in the United States have access to gigabit speeds from cable companies via HFC and FTTH. Cable operators seek to solidify their position within consumer markets for broadband services as wireless [...]

Robocall Technology

What is a Robocall? A robotic call (or “robocall”) is a telephonic communication instance in which a machine originates a voice call intended for a human being to answer. The machine in this case is a robocall technology platform consisting of hardware and software designed to automate call set-up in a manner in [...]

ICT Infrastructure and Services: Toll Free Calling

ICT database infrastructure is relied upon every time a person dials a toll-free number. For example, when someone dials the Mind Commerce number 877-646-3266, a telecom database is queried to allow switching systems to route the call. Information is sent from the database to the switch in response to the query to allow for call set-up with a different “routable” number that is associated with the toll-free number. This is necessary as switching networks do not recognize toll-free numbers as a number with a valid routing path.