FreightWaves "What The Truck?" - 3G Sunset
Did you miss Velociti President Deryk Powell on FreightWaves “What the Truck”? No problem! Click the following link to learn everything you need to know about the upcoming 3G sunset: (Start 31:00 – End 41:17)
Time to Prepare for the 3G Sunset
Multiple factors coming together can be a perfect storm, and the imminent 3G cellular network shutdown in 2022 certainly qualifies.
Is Your Fleet Ready for the 3G Network Shutdown?
Mobile carriers are shutting down their 3G networks to make room for more advanced network services, including 5G. The new networks are better able to handle the exponential growth in the use of wireless devices — but it spells trouble for anyone still on the 3G network.
Navajo Express Begins Transition to 4G
A Post-Pandemic World Requires Digital Innovation
While technology’s role in retail has been apparent for some time, the current post-pandemic ecommerce environment demands that retail incorporates innovative solutions for both owner and customer. This innovation imperative, whether digital-first, touchless tech or other internet of things (IoT) customer experience, also requires the business owner to consider technology as important an aspect of company strategy as actual goods.
Phillips Connect Partners with Velociti for Installation and Post Sales Support
Velociti is proud to be partnering with Phillips Connect for installation and post sales support on their trailer health monitoring equipment. Through our alliance, we provide customers with transportation technology, a seamless installation on your most valuable assets, and a proactive, post-deployment technology maintenance service (aka VeloCare!).
3G shutdown a chance for fleets to make a technology pitstop
Motor carriers with aging telematics devices using 3G CDMA chipsets on tractors or trailers will need to plan an extra maintenance event for each of these assets, and time is running out.
Deryk Powell on FreightWaves “What the Truck?”
Did you miss Deryk Powell on FreightWaves “What the Truck?” No problem! You can watch now using the link below
(53:55 - 1:05:45).