Latest headlines: Michael Boreham on how K-12 presents new opportunities for LTE, plus news from Nanov, ViewSonic, Atomos, VuWall and more
July 8, 2022 | Volume: 15 | Issue: 13
Good afternoon, everyone! In the latest rAVe [Ed] newsletter, I wanted to chat about the latest column I have for y’all today. Our friends over at Futuresource Consulting recently wrote an insight all about how K-12 is presenting some new opportunities for LTE. While Futuresource says the U.S. will likely pioneer the adoption of LTE devices in schools, it will also continue to face some resistance as “Wi-Fi-enabled devices and networks are expected to remain dominant through the forecasting period.” If you work in K-12, is this something you’re seeing? Let me know!
And enjoy the rest of the newsletter! Have a good weekend.
The pandemic accelerated shipments of mobile PCs into the K-12 sector, with the market peaking in 2021 at 53 million units worldwide. Yet hardware is only part of the story. A new report from Futuresource Consulting shows that there’s a widening connectivity divide, made worse by the after-effects of COVID-19.