As networks become more complex and software-driven due to the rise of 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud-based services, service providers have an urgent need to use more proactive methods for addressing service disruptions.
Cloud-based cybersecurity software vendor, Osirium Technologies plc , has announced two new contract wins. The unnamed customers are one of the UK’s main providers of travel and transport services, and the UK division of a global provider of financial services.
IoT devices were popular gifts again this holiday season. An acronym for Internet of Things, IoT is more than a buzzword. The trend represents a huge shift in how products are made and used, as network connectivity is added to products that were not previously intended to have this functionality.
Sterlite Tech, a global data network solutions company, has established a Speciality Products Experience Lab (SPEL) in Silvassa, to focus on end-to-end connectivity architecture solutions for global telcos, ISPs, cloud companies and data centres.
Leveraging the speed, bandwidth and latency benefits of 5G technology, participants in the Verizon 5G Robotics Challenge will create insights, develop new use cases, and conceive innovative products that will advance the robotics industry.
Gartner, Inc. has highlighted the top strategic Internet of Things (IoT) technology trends that it believes will drive digital business innovation from 2018 to 2023.
One of the biggest discussions as new technologies are evolving is the issue of cybersecurity. In a world where everyone is interconnected and mobile applications practically run our everyday lives, how do you keep users protected from hackers?
Calix, Inc. has launched the Calix GigaSpire powered by EXOS, the Experience Operating System. Subscribers are spending more than $2 billion (€1.75 billion) each year with consumer electronics retailers in a quest to improve their Wi-Fi and smart home connectivity.
In recent years the telecoms industry has scrutinised, debated, forecast and developed a huge variety of IoT use cases, as well as outlining the benefits they promise business, industry and society, and the opportunities for monetisation they present to a sector undergoing radical digitalisation.
The growth in Wi-Fi continues unabated, with increasing volumes of Wi-Fi devices and traffic, an adoption breakthrough in Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) Passpoint, and increasing confidence around the commercial deployment and specification of next generation technology Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax).
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