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Corporate, IT

Outsourcing your IT services: factors to be considered

Companies’ IT needs are increasing by the day and require a series of specialized tools. For this reason, outsourcing IT services is quite often the best option to maintain them in good shape.

In 2021 alone, the biggest Spanish companies allocated 18 billion euros to outsource their technological services, accounting for 49% of their total investment in technology. However, making this decision without considering all the available alternatives may have a negative impact: failure to meet the targets set for outsourcing IT services, which would eventually lead to a disappointing quality of services.


Professional LED Lighting, Lighting

LED Lights for Home Outdoor: Everything You Need To Keep In Mind

In recent times, LED lights for home outdoor have grown in popularity globally, mostly for their superior energy savings and other qualities. In the 1960s, LED lighting technology was still in its infancy and therefore not as attractive as it is today. Numerous improvements over the decades have made the technology the go-to choice for home lighting.


TV Network, Telecom TV

Tips to avoid fading effect when receiving TV signals

The onset of heat and high temperatures bring in a phenomenon known as fading effect, meaning that some DTT channels are almost impossible to watch in specific areas.

How can we work out this issue? At Televes Corporation, we would like to give you some keys on fading effect, and propose some measures that can be implemented to mitigate it.


Corporate, IoT Solutions, Supply Management

Efficient Shore-to-Ship Power Supply, Control and Monitoring

The global economy may be decelerating, but freight traffic is on the rise. Stronger economic ties and globalization are some of the leading stimulators of the freight transport sector’s growth in recent years. Unfortunately, this suggests an elevated threat to the environment through noise, vibrations, and emissions.


Professional LED Lighting, Lighting

5 benefits of efficient lighting for urban and pedestrian areas

Urban areas may be very well served by efficient lighting, as opposed to traditional lighting. LED technology is already available in many town centers given the advantages it offers – from higher resource savings to greater sustainability. Efficient lighting will light up the future of our cities. At Televes Corporation we would like to describe some of its keys and the advantages that it may bring forth.


Telecommunications and TV infrastructure, TV Network, Data Network, Optical Networks, IoT Solutions

This is how Televes Leads the Evolution of Communication Infrastructures in Buildings

Location! Location! Location! That has been the mainstay of commercial buildings since the beginning of time. While this aspect is still important, new requirements are emerging for buildings, especially in the commercial segment.


Hospitality, Healthcare, Telecommunications and TV infrastructure, Professional LED Lighting, TV Network, Data Network, Optical Networks, Smart Building

The 5G Infrastructure and its impact on our daily lives

The fifth generation of wireless networks, widely termed 5G, is set to revolutionize how we utilize the internet by lowering latency, enhancing speeds, and increasing the number of devices capable of connecting within a specific  area.


TV Network

Repack Ready: The Answer to NextGen TV Challenges

Just when it seemed like over-the-air (OTA) TV had reached a dead end, Advanced Television Systems Committee 3.0 (ATSC 3.0) or Next Generation TV (NextGen TV), has begun emerging in markets across the United States. This TV technology comes with numerous features designed to transform your viewing experience. 


Corporate, Engineering services

EMI Simulation for Electronic Applications

We are increasingly unable to operate without communication equipment, sensors in vehicles, antennas in our facilities, and other electronic equipment.  A challenge that is associated with this dependence is a phenomenon called electromagnetic interference (EMI).