What’s your 5G roadmap for future-proof revenue assurance?

5G technology is pervading the world market at a rapid pace. 5G handsets are already a high grosser on e-commerce websites. While a few countries are lagging in deploying the next-gen 5G technology, several other nations already have 5G in the mainstream. Almost all big telecom operators have ramped up their investments in 5G deployment

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How IoT connectivity is reaching new heights

Internet of Things (IoT) solutions utilising SIM-based cellular technology for connectivity are not new but the speed with which IoT is expanding, embracing ever more exciting and dynamic use cases is both compelling and creating market confusion in equal measure, says Nick Sacke, head of IoT Solutions, Comms365.

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After the Sigfox rescue, how do you make IoT work?

Global Internet of Things (IoT) services firm Sigfox has just been rescued from bankruptcy. Business technology journalist, Antony Savvas considers a strategy for making IoT providers more successful going forward.

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Web threats increase by over 130% at the end of 2021

21 April, 2022 – Web threats affect everyone and every device that is connected to the internet. Web threats enter users’ networks without their awareness and can be activated by opening a spam email or clicking on an executable file attachment. Once they have compromised a system, web threats can travel through the network to

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Private LTE/5G network deployments to tenfold in the next five years

Gothenburg, Sweden. 17 March, 2022 – According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, private LTE/5G network deployments are set to tenfold during the period 2021–2026. There are more than 1,000 private LTE networks deployed globally, serving a variety of use cases.

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Scality’s 2022 forecast: Storage solutions get AI/MLOps upgrade, enhanced ransomware protection

London, UK. 7 December 2021 – Scality announced its data storage predictions for 2022, coming off a year when ransomware attacks have exploded, skills shortages remain, and cloud adoption continues. This year’s forecast homes in on how storage solutions will evolve to meet these challenges and how emerging technologies will impact the data storage landscape.

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Who is set to benefit from eSIM technology?

The SIM card is a technology that most of us are familiar with, present in mobile phones since the early nineties. A SIM card is a piece of hardware which contains data that authenticates us with our mobile operator, enabling us to connect to a network and receive a mobile connection.

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IAG Cargo’s global cargo capacities are now available on CargoAi

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) joins the CargoAi platform. CargoAi is an artificial intelligence-enabled airfreight platform that connects freight forwarders and airlines. With thousands of flights per week across the globe, IAG Cargo’s addition to CargoAi means a significantly broadened offer for forwarders using the platform.

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How Twilio’s Distributed IoT Mobile Core powered contactless access during the pandemic

With half of US renters in 2019 under the age of 30, it’s no surprise the demand for smart technology is on the rise. Surveys show these renters will pay more for smart apartments, electronic access and other digital amenities. The IoT mobile core is effectively the brain of a network.

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Maxim Integrated teams with Xailient to provide IoT face detection

Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. and Xailient Inc., a company focused on artificial intelligence (AI) for the edge, announced that Maxim Integrated’s MAX78000 ultra-low power neural-network microcontroller detects and localises faces in video and images using Xailient’s proprietary Detectum neural network.

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Extreme Networks expands CoPilot’s capabilities to give AI insights to network admins

Extreme Networks, Inc., a cloud-driven networking company, has announced a public beta of ExtremeCloud IQ CoPilot, a subscription level available within the ExtremeCloud IQ platform.

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Extreme introduces cloud-native network visibility platform for service providers

Extreme Networks, Inc., a cloud-driven networking company, introduced the Extreme 9000 series, featuring the Extreme 9920 intelligent network visibility platform.

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Transforming mobile, one eSIM at a time

The global wireless industry has experienced more transformation in the last 10 years than in the previous 50, says Emir Aboulhosn, CEO at NetLync. The challenges this last year has brought, in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, have sharpened this focus to an acute and imminent reality bringing on change even faster.

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Life Lessons: Keep it simple and put yourself in your customers’ shoes

Simon Wilson is chief technology officer for Aruba UK & Ireland , a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. In this role, he works as a brand ambassador articulating the Aruba vision for experience-driven infrastructure.

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LiDAR sensor market to expand 300% by 2031, backed by adoption of IoT

The global automotive industry is experiencing revolutionising changes with integration of IoT devices. Self-driving and connected cars are boosting demand for LiDAR sensors, as these helps self-driving vehicles identify obstacles in their path.

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The benefits of IoT in stolen vehicle recovery

As we experience a rapid global rise in the use of motor vehicles for citizens and businesses alike, the rate of theft has also been increasing consistently and auto manufacturers are adapting new technologies to protect vehicles.

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