IDC estimates worldwide data volume is set to rise by 61% between 2018 and 2025 – eventually reaching 175 zettabytes – with much of this generated by businesses. So how can this be harnessed to optimise business processes, improve day-to-day operations and inform decision-making?
GeoSpock – the extreme-scale spatial big data integration company that provides analytics, builds insight, and enables predictions across space and time – announced a new partnership with X-Locations – the Japan-based location AI platform company.
A global Software as a Service (SaaS) company has selected Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. for data centre colocation. Zayo will provide expanded colocation space in a Midwestern data centre.
Emergency clean-up company CleanSafe has transformed its business with an end-to-end mobile management system from BigChange. The cloud-based system combines back office management, customer service and accounting functions with live fleet monitoring and the latest mobile working technology.
The market intelligence company IDC estimates that the number of connected devices and sensors to the internet will surge from 11 billion in 2016 to 80 billion by 2025. These devices and sensors will produce huge amount of big data, says Tushar Bhatnagar, IoT project manager with TechMahindra.
Planning to launch their first smart, connected product, enterprises may be afraid of the investments needed. However, there are ways to reduce costs of IoT development and implementation and still come out with the solution bringing business value for both vendors and customers.
The data analytics market is enormous, with valuations ranging from around €80 billion by 2025 to well over €100 billion. But it’s a complex market, with lots of players and a great deal of investment required to develop the platforms and algorithms that allow operators to mine vast datasets to create value and insight.
Vodafone Ireland, in partnership with Asavie, a provider in secure Enterprise Mobility and IoT Connectivity, have announced the launch of Vodafone IoT Express.
NovaSparks™, the field programmable gate array (FPGA) market data company, announced that its pure FPGA ticker plant appliance, NovaTick, can now automatically adapt its output data rate to microwave networks’ strict bandwidth requirements.
As we move closer towards autonomous vehicles, our cars will need to be fitted with a range of sensors designed to substitute the eyes, ears, tactile senses and situational awareness of the human driver. All these sensors will generate massive amounts of data that need to be communicated to other vehicles and the road infrastructure network.
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