Snow Software study uncovers the realities vs. the promises of cloud

26 October, 2021 –Snow Software, the global provider of technology intelligence, unveiled findings from its most recent survey, based on the input from more than 500 IT leaders from organisations with over 500 employees in the United States and United Kingdom to determine the current state of cloud infrastructure.

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CloudM announces Archive feature which save businesses time and money while meeting compliance demands

CloudM, a SaaS data management platform, has announced the launch of Archive, a new feature which allows users to easily, automatically, and safely store and recover user data, helping businesses to remain compliant without facing the mounting user license fees associated with traditional archiving and ediscovery solutions.

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Infineon and Rainforest Connection create real-time monitoring system to detect wildfires

Munich and San Jose, California, 21 October, 2021 – Infineon Technologies AG a provider of semiconductors for mobility, energy efficiency and the IoT, announced a collaboration with Rainforest Connection (RFCx), a non-profit organisation that uses acoustic technology, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning to save the rainforests and monitor biodiversity.

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Infineon simplifies secure IoT device-to-cloud authentication with CIRRENT Cloud ID service

Munich, Germany. 21 October 2021 – Infineon Technologies AG launched CIRRENT Cloud ID, a service that automates cloud certificate provisioning and IoT device-to-cloud authentication. The easy-to-use service extends the chain of trust and makes tasks easier and more secure from chip-to-cloud, while lowering companies’ total cost of ownership. Cloud ID is ideal for cloud-connected product companies

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MNOs want clearer views of network performance and user experience to generate new 5G revenues

Quebec City, Canada – While 88% of mobile network operators (MNOs) are set to deploy 5G standalone (SA) in the next two years, many are still searching for the tools that will enable these networks to generate revenues from enterprises and industry. This is according to joint research findings from Heavy Reading and EXFO Inc., the communications industry’s

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SHV Energy implements global remote LPG tank monitoring with Sigfox Netherlands’ 0G network

Amsterdam, Netherlands and Paris, France – 21st October, 2021 – SHV Energy and Sigfox are rolling out a global LPG tank level monitoring solution. The implementation has started in France, Belgium and Germany and is already generating lower carbon emissions and improved customer satisfaction.

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Nanolike digitises silo monitoring for optimum efficiency

Toulouse, France – Nanolike has introduced a new digitised silo fill level monitoring solution for the livestock industry. The goal is to simplify the inventory and order management processes of pig, poultry and cattle farmers, as well as to optimise the supply chain processes of the animal feed producers and suppliers who replenish the silos.

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Quantum cryptography market to surge impressively at 30% CAGR over the decade: Fact.MR analysis

Analysts at a market research and competitive intelligence provider, have conducted a detailed research on the global quantum cryptography market. In this survey, demand for quantum cryptography has been predicted to rise at an astounding CAGR of nearly 30% over the decade. This high demand can be attributed to increased cyber-threats and thereby rising demand

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STMicroelectronics and Sierra Wireless collaborate to simplify and accelerate connected IoT solutions deployment

STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor provider serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, and Sierra Wireless, an IoT services provider, have announced an agreement that will enable the STM32 microcontroller (MCU) user community to leverage flexible cellular IoT connectivity and edge-to-cloud solutions from Sierra Wireless.

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Private cellular networks spend to approach $12bn by 2023 enabled by 5G capabilities, says Juniper

A new report by Juniper Research has found that the enhanced capabilities of 5G are driving enthusiasm and awareness of private cellular networks; bringing annual spend on network hardware and services to almost $12 billion (€10.29 billion) globally by 2023, growing 116% from the $5.5 billion (€4.72 billion) expected for 2021.

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French Space Agency chooses Orange Business Services to help transform and shape its data-centric strategy

The French Space Agency (CNES) has chosen Orange Business Services to lead an industry consortium, including HPE, Scality and Tealenium, to design, deploy and maintain a new storage solution for its scientific and spatial data. This will help CNES fully modernise its storage infrastructure to better utilise the enormous amounts of data from its satellites.

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Vertiv Research defines standard models for deploying edge infrastructure

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, released the results of an in-depth research project to identify edge infrastructure models to help organisations move toward a more standardised approach to edge computing deployments, with the intent to improve costs and deployment times.

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Nuuday infuses AI into customer experience with the Avaya OneCloud experience platform

Nuuday, Denmark’s provider of broadband, communication and entertainment services, has launched “Josefine,” an AI-powered voicebot capable of delivering dynamic, immediate and personalised experiences for customers interacting through its Avaya OneCloud communications and collaboration platform.

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Actility and Helium Network announce roaming integration to scale IoT coverage

Actility, the provider of IoT connectivity solutions and LPWA technology, and Helium have launched a roaming integration partnership, unlocking affordable and ubiquitous coverage for millions of IoT devices.

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UAE’s energy centre replicates electromagnetic pulses from high-altitude nuclear reaction

Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Abu Dhabi’s Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) announced that its Directed Energy Research Centre (DERC) has become the entity in the region capable of reproducing the high-altitude electromagnetic pulses (HEMP) generated during nuclear reaction in high altitudes at its electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) labs.

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IoT set to overtake cloud computing as primary Industry 4.0 technology, Inmarsat research reveals

New research by Inmarsat, the provider of global mobile satellite communications, reveals that investment in the Internet of Things (IoT) is set to overtake cloud computing, next generation security, big data analytics and other digital transformation technologies in the near future.

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