Huxley’s “Brave New World” idea of a hyper-connected society seemed like a dystopian impossibility, but as time passes it appears to be increasingly realistic. Take a look at our take on Peacock’s new series, and discover where the story ends and reality begins.
Technological advances are bringing new challenges and opportunities for telcos, along with a great deal of uncertainty. CTOs and CIOs must find the best way forward for their companies’ IoT, virtualization and assurance strategies, but a new survey shows that they are far from unanimous in terms of the specifics of future development.
In the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and machine learning might look like the difference between success and failure for a business. Broadly speaking, that’s correct – but only when these technologies are used wisely in conjunction with human skills and know-how.
AI and IoT are driving great advances in the way that organizations in many sectors deliver – and think about – their services and products. It’s therefore worth looking at what this combination can do for your business… but beware of jumping in and deploying these technologies “just because they are there”.
We’ve already seen the first public 5G telecommunication deployments, and the 2020 global roll-out of this revolutionary technology is almost upon us. With the higher speeds and greater bandwidth that this will bring, 5G represents a major opportunity for telcos in terms of new and increased revenue streams.
In the rapidly expanding Internet of Things, what should take priority: device or connectivity management? In fact, the answer is both; already closely intertwined, the line between connectivity and IoT device management is becoming ever less perceptible and will soon disappear. Here’s why.
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