The Internet of Things (IoT) is already entrenched in our everyday lives – from wearables and smart watches through to connected TVs and smart home appliances.
Cyber security incidents have become the new normal for Canadian companies, with 100% of organisations experiencing attacks, according to the findings of a new study from Scalar Decisions Inc. of more than 400 Canadian IT and security workers.
Ericsson unveiled the next steps in the evolution of cellular IoT . The company has also launched new solutions that it says will enable service providers to address a larger part of the Internet of Things market with diverse use cases across verticals including automotive, manufacturing, and utilities.
Almost 80% of European CSPs expect the introduction of 5G to expand revenue opportunities with enterprise customers. So says a new survey by Amdocs, a provider of software and services to communications and media companies.
75% of Internet of Things (IoT) pilots fail. But when they do succeed, the stats show that organisations see a huge improvement in operational efficiency. It’s reason enough for many businesses to take the leap and, despite the high risk of potential failure,
Worldwide spending on augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) is forecast to be nearly $20.4 billion (€17 billion) in 2019. This is an increase of 68.8% over the $12.1 billion (€10 billion) International Data Corporation (IDC) expects will be spent this year.
Rogers announced its plan to launch an LTE Cat M1 network (LTE-M) to help businesses connect and track their assets in real time – using solutions such as logistics tracking, alarm monitoring, and smart metering.
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.
Event organisers announced the lineup of more than 60 presenters, session tracks, tutorials and panel sessions for Fog World Congress 2018, produced by the OpenFog Consortium in collaboration with
The latest update of the IDC Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide expects spending on technologies that enable Smart Cities initiatives to reach a value amounting to US$30 billion (€26.10 billion) in 2018 for Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ).
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