During a keynote speech delivered today at the Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2019, Ryan Ding, Huawei executive director of the board and president of Carrier BG, noted that among consumers, households, and vertical industries, there is a real and urgent demand for 5G.
Working together with its strategic partner Huawei, Sunrise has built one of the leading 5G networks in Europe. Now, with the first 5G Joint Innovation Centre in Europe, Sunrise and Huawei will cooperate to research and develop 5G applications for both the private and business sectors.
At 2019 Globe Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF 2019), Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Company (ZPMC), Vodafone, China Mobile and Huawei jointly release 5G Smart Port White Paper.
At the 10th annual Mobile Broadband Forum (#MBBF) held today in Zurich, Huawei’s deputy chairman Ken Hu described the current status of 5G development around the world. In addition to highlighting the value 5G has already brought to consumers and industries in early adopter countries, he also delved into the importance of favourable policy and cross-sector collaboration for speeding up the [...]
Hull will become the first city in the UK to benefit from its own purpose-built Smart City Operating System (OS). Using an Internet of Things (IoT) foundation to its digital strategy, the CityOS platform provided by Smart City Operator Connexin, enables Hull to become a programmable city.
Digitalisation is making relentless headway and transforming all kinds of industries and economic sectors, as a result of which many companies are assessing the most suitable technologies to invest in.
“With 2020 just around the corner and decarbonisation targets set through to 2050, with European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe, the sector now has essentially one unified event for all levels of the energy transition.” (Paddy Young, European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe director)
Arm CEO, Simon Segars has announced Arm Custom Instructions, a new feature for the Armv8-M architecture.
IoT is one of the fastest growing trends in technology today, yet enterprises are leaving themselves vulnerable to dangerous cyberattacks by failing to prioritise PKI security, according to new research from nCipher Security, an Entrust Datacard company.
More devices mean more susceptible connections from server to receiver. While that might be a cynical view, it is a factual one. Smart doorbells with face recognition, pet tech with microphones, Teslas with cameras: devices are only becoming more widespread but, generally speaking, not improving when it comes to security.
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