Deutsche Telekom has listed Tiempo’s TESIC Secure Element as a dedicated hardware enclave in the latest nuSIM Security Specification.
A new project is connecting the UK city of Sheffield’s citizens to a free, superfast Wi-Fi network to overcome the digital divide with “fibre through the air”.
Cisco and Manchester Metropolitan University, together with The Foundation for Digital Creativity announced the launch of thingQbator, an on-campus IoT Makerspace to help fuel the digital talent pipeline in the city.
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.
Scotland’s growing tech sector was exemplified by the quality and range of winners celebrated at the ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards last night.
UK-based engineering and design consultancy, Plextek is launching a new innovation business unit called Ignite Exponential, to help established companies compete with agile and fast moving start-ups that are driving new disruptive technologies.
As the global IT ecosystem changes dramatically in the near future, due in large part to the spread of 5G networks and IPv6, there will exist tremendous opportunities for operators as well as their customers.
Google’s infamous “Don’t be evil” motto laid out the core values of its founders in the simplest terms (whether or not you think they have stuck to their promise is another conversation). But is being tech-ethical as simple as just stating your values, or does it require further introspection throughout the process of development?
Manufacturing companies, Ulbrich Stainless Steel and Lockheed Martin are using SAS analytics to drive Internet of Things (IoT) innovation in their facilities. Whether manufacturing engineered stainless steel for medical implants or creating the speciality wire for solar panels, Ulbrich Stainless Steel & Specialty Metals knows its customers count on consistently high-quality products.
There’s no denying that the Internet of Things (IoT) market has grown drastically over the past couple of years, and it is still continuing to gain momentum. IDC has predicted that IoT spending will reach US$745 billion (€664 billion) in 2019 – a 15% increase over last year’s $646 billion (€576 billion) – and will surpass the $1 trillion (€0.89 trillion) mark in 2022.
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