5G roamers to surpass 200mn by 2026 as operators pushed to accelerate rollouts

A new Juniper Research study has found that the global number of roaming subscribers using 5G services will increase from 4.5 million in 2021 to 210 million in 2026.

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Study finds that 83% of developers suffer from work-related burnout

Technology has played a key role in our society, especially during the pandemic, but little is understood about the engineers who build the software that powers the modern world. A new study has found that 83% of software developers suffer from workplace burnout. The top reasons cited for burnout included high workload (47%), inefficient process (31%)

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Key challenges in data privacy management for enterprises from 2021-23

The ubiquity of data has the world community of privacy and security professionals in splits. While one side considers it as a boon for the digital world we all dream about, others consider it as an invitation to unimaginable risks. Consequently, digital product owners have a tough road to trek with generating enough data for

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Data from IoT devices will breed next Uber or Netflix, says Eseye

What organisations can do with data is set to dramatically shift in 2021 and beyond, according to Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity provider Eseye, as more IoT devices are deployed and the data they generate dwarfs that collected through traditional online channels.

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Where old meets IoT, SaaS integration

Old meets new in the Internet of Things (IoT). It has been seen that we as humans only look forward when supported by evidence we already know (the past). This means, says Joseph Zulick of MRO Electric and Supply, that it becomes harder to find solutions that we have not already considered.

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Data, connectivity and IoT – mastering disruption in a Covid world

Adversity breeds innovation and the current economic downturn, fuelled by the pandemic, will likely be no different. As the battle against Covid-19 continues, enterprises will be under increased pressure to dramatically reduce costs and become more competitive.

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Sim Local launches ‘UNITE’ eSIM platform for mobile operators

This month, Sim Local has officially launched its ‘UNITE’ eSIM platform. It aims to provide all the core capability a mobile operator needs to offer eSIM services to their customers.

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Mitigating the cyber risks of IoT and finding solutions

The last decade has seen unprecedented development of the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, enabled by new distributed network technologies. McKinsey estimates that by 2025, the world will own 50 billion networked devices, up 400% from 2010, and contributing US$11 trillion (€10 trillion) to economies.

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GSMA announces first keynote speakers for 2019 “MWC Los Angeles, in partnership with CTIA”

The GSMA announced the first confirmed speakers for the third gathering of MWC19 Los Angeles taking place October 22-24, 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. The GSMA also released additional event details including new programs, exhibitors and participating companies.

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Five ways CSPs can measure digital transformation success in plain sight

Digital Transformation has been a pervasive theme in the communications industry for the past several years but it has not yet translated into category leadership in key areas, says Ed Finegold, strategy director, Netcracker Technology.

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Nano-satellite start-up recognised by AWS as it aims to bring low power IoT connections to remote areas

‘NewSpace’ start-up Hiber was named as the Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) Commercial Startup Launch of 2018 at the AWS re:Invent Conference at the Venetian Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevadaon Sunday. At the event, Hiber announced the official launch of its nano-satellite powered solution,

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Caution: Venture capitalists at work

We will look back on March 2018 as the time when Facebook lost $37 billion (€30.01 billion) from its valuation – as did the bluest of chips such as Apple, Netflix and Amazon.

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Global video revenues hit $70bn in 2017, and are set for even higher growth, says Strategy Analytics

Online services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have transformed the video business in recent years, but according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, revenue increases will be even higher in the next four years than in the previous four years.

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Breaking down bridges, bridging the gap

In his Autumn 2017 budget, Chancellor Phillip Hammond announced the Government would invest £84 million (€95.29 million) to train new GCSE teachers for computer science. He also said the government will work with industry to create a National Computing Centre.

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IoT botnets will force governments to regulate IoT device manufacturers

As IoT botnet attacks continue to grow in size and effectiveness in 2018, the damage they cause will force the IoT manufacturing industry to add stronger security to their products or eventually result in governments addressing IoT security with regulation, according to researchers at WatchGuard Technologies.

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Global customer engagement spending by utilities is expected to exceed $5 billion in 2026

A new report from Navigant Research analyses the market for utility customer engagement solutions across the web, call center, billing, and outage notification segments, providing forecasts through 2026.

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