The word augment means to make something greater by adding to it. Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that superimposes or layers virtual information onto real life. The digital information enhances, makes greater, our ability to navigate and explore the real-world environment.

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Digital is permeating every industry at mind-numbing speed, creating both opportunities and challenges for growth. Prospering in this disruptive digital age depends on finding the right balance of refreshing the company’s core products and services - those that generate the lion’s share of today’s revenue - and innovating the next generation of products and services that will ultimately become the core.

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The state-of-the-art HQ is located at Freedom Circle, Santa Clara, CA.

We recently moved to our new headquarters in the Silicon Valley, which is home to many of the world's largest high-tech corporations, including the headquarters of 39 businesses in the Fortune 1000, and thousands of startup companies. Our swanky office space (located at 3979, Freedom Circle, Suite 950, Santa Clara, California 95054) has been designed by our creative colleagues in frog. The space adheres to world-class standards and is a true reflection of Aricent values.

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Cloud engineering continues to be a cutting-edge transformative technology even though it has been around for quite a while. Everybody thinks they know what cloud engineering is but most do not understand the complete picture.

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Every year Aricent produces a Technology Vision that showcases the top product design and engineering trends that impact our clients. The report provides a unique perspective on where the industry is headed and how design-integrated engineering is becoming crucial to meet customer expectations. This year's Tech Vision theme is Competing on Speed: Bringing Intelligence into the Customer Experience.

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Today, broadband is an indispensable part of daily life for many people. There are two broadband options: wireline and wireless and both have their advantages. The choice for the consumer depends largely on the quality of the service that each can deliver for the specific application.

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