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Telehealth Services Will Require New Edge Infrastructure

Telehealth Services Will Require New Edge Infrastructure

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With in-person doctor visits under more restrictions than ever before, 2020 has been a challenge unlike any other for health professionals across the country. Virtual visits have become the new norm at many hospitals and the trend is likely to continue for the foreseeable future until a vaccine is widely available. As people are forced to adapt to a world that is getting increasingly virtual, innovation and speed of delivery… Read More »Telehealth Services Will Require New Edge Infrastructure

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Students in Rural Tennessee Struggle to Access High-Speed Internet

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As the pandemic crisis has forced many schools to adapt to an online-only curriculum, students in rural areas are having a difficult time adapting to this new way of learning. Across the U.S., almost 17 million children lack the high-speed home internet access needed for online learning, according to an Alliance for Excellent Education analysis published in July 2020. The problem has become so bad for some families, that some… Read More »Students in Rural Tennessee Struggle to Access High-Speed Internet

Autonomous Farming Grows in Tennessee

Autonomous Farming Grows in Tennessee

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When you ask people around the country what pastimes they would associate with the state of Tennessee, most answers will likely include country music, bourbon and great BBQ. While those pastimes are definitely part of the local culture, what is commonly overlooked is Tennessee’s commitment to agriculture and farming. Farmland covers roughly 44% of Tennessee’s available land, which its farmers use to produce commodities such as livestock, poultry, soybeans, corn… Read More »Autonomous Farming Grows in Tennessee