Go2 works with all of the major carriers, including AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile. We offer white-glove support from start to finish including technical resources such as engineering support, sourcing, and procurement.
Let our team assist with coverage availability, contract negotiation, ordering, and customizable projects and solutions that cover the mobility spectrum in the marketplace today.
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Go2’s expertise in the Mobility space helps clients build solutions around:
Fleet Management | Mobility Security | IoT Connectivity
Wireless Voice and Data Services | Wireless Broadband
In-Vehicle Networks | Multi-Carrier Connectivity, and more...
As with any disruptive technology, IT Leaders and their employees need to understand what 5G is, how it works, and when and where it will be available.
1G was analog cellular. 2G technologies, such as GSM, and TDMA, were the first generation of digital cellular technologies. 3G technologies, such as HSPA, and UMTS, brought speeds from 200kbps to a few megabits per second. 4G technologies, such as LTE, was the next leap forward, setting the foundation for 5G.
5G is the fast-approaching fifth-generation wireless broadband technology, scaling up to hundreds of megabits and even gigabit-level speeds and is expected to be 10-100 times faster than 4G. 5G will not replace 4G, in fact, they will work together for the foreseeable future.
5G brings three new aspects to the table:
Contact Go2 to understand the capabilities of 5G, and how it can positively impact your business.
The opportunities that come with IoT are enormous, and can be game-changing for virtually any business or organization, especially those that are embarking on a digital transformation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects (‘Things’) that use sensors to capture data and embedded connectivity to exchange information over the internet to drive new value creation. ‘Things’ can be computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people.
The anticipated benefits of IoT are widely touted. But what is today’s reality? What are the real business benefits of IoT to take advantage of now?