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What is the industrial metaverse?

Industrial metaverse applications run the gamut from digital twins to AI proving grounds A lot of conversation in business and leisure around the metaverse focuses on its entertainment and commerce possibilities. But that’s the tip of the iceberg, when it comes to monetizing the metaverse....

For home IoT users, security help is on the way (Reader Forum)

There are few of us left who have yet to embrace the transformation of our houses into “smart homes” to improve our comfort and safety, and to lower costs. Devices in our homes now regulate the temperature more efficiently, monitor food to prevent spoilage,...

APAC to reach 430 million 5G connections in 2025: GSMA

GSMA forecasts that 5G connections will represent 14% of total mobile connections in the APAC region by 2025 5G connections in Asia Pacific (APAC) are expected to reach 430 million in 2025, up from 200 million at end-2021, according to a recent report by industry...

Editorial Report: Private Networks in 2022: Why Private 5G Networks Matter

This report, a companion to the Private Networks Forum, aggregates, analyzes and contextualizes the wide-ranging discussions from expert speakers, including technology buyers, sellers, policy makers and innovators tuning private networks to the unique needs of the vertical industries around the world.

5G to reach a penetration of 90% in North America in 2027: Ericsson

Ericsson noted that only around 20 carriers globally had already launched SA 5G networks by the end of 2021 5G subscription penetration in North America is forecasted to reach 90% in 2027, according to the latest edition of Ericsson Mobility Report. The report also predicts that...

Emrit Webinar: Disrupting wireless. Learn how decentralized wireless is changing a trillion-dollar global industry

For the better part of a decade, IoT promised to connect tens of billions of devices to the internet. Yet these bold projections failed to materialize, despite significant efforts, as the economics of building and scaling IoT networks simply didn’t add up. Enter Helium, who...

Pavement prioritization, trail sensors, QR codes: Cities getting smarter

How are some cities actually using IoT, new technologies and ever more sources of data? The mayors of three Indiana cities discussed their journeys with tech at a panel yesterday at an event highlighting Perdue University's efforts to support and development various smart city-related...

Qualcomm CEO at WEF: Everything needs connectivity, electricity

Cristiano Amon calls out Qualcomm belief that AR glasses “have the potential to be the next computing platform” Qualcomm is and has been on a mission to leverage its core expertise in technologies that power mobile handsets to grow market share in spaces like computing,...

The future of decentralized wireless – opportunities from 3G shutdowns and 5G alternatives

The story of how blockchain is revolutionizing IoT, by democratizing and expanding low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking and creating incremental opportunities for forward-looking enterprises, has been told already. We know the IoT market has failed so far to live up to the hype (50 billion...

BT trials a new quantum radio to boost next-generation 5G, IoT networks

BT highlighted that this new type of receiver may reduce mobile network energy consumption U.K. carrier BT announced a trial of a new hyper-sensitive quantum antenna technology using "excited atomic states", which could boost the capability of next-generation 5G and IoT networks. The operator noted that...

Editorial Report: Industrial 5G Innovation: From setting standard to becoming standard

 Industrial 5G, capable of meeting the exacting performance requirements of mission- and business-critical applications, is continuing to evolve as relevant international organizations finalize standards for important features. As these standards are memorialized and then integrated into commercial products, what's the outlook for industrial 5G adoption,...

KORE Webinar: From Edge to Outcomes with IoT

Edge: how can organizations put action into one of the biggest buzzwords? With technology advancements, 5G maturity, and accelerated IoT adoption skyrocketing the number of connected endpoints – an anticipated 70 billion active IoT devices by 2030 – bringing data to the edge can...

Driving incremental revenue with IoT services

The way to think about the business of IoT – the opportunity of it, newly enabled by blockchain-based, crowd-sourced, low-powered IoT networking – is as a virtuous circle, where infrastructure set down to drive operational savings also creates new enterprise revenues. It is akin...

Ericsson secures new 5G deal in the Middle East

Ericsson said the new agreement includes cloud-native 5G Core and 5G Standalone (SA) solutions Middle East carrier Batelco and Ericsson have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on next-generation 5G technologies, the latter said in a release. The deal is part of Batelco’s efforts...

How Esper DevOps can unleash your retail IoT solutions

At Esper, we’re on the front lines of brick-and-mortar customer experience transformation. Digital kiosks, connected point of sale, and employee handhelds for managing inventory and logistics are rapidly becoming the norm. But scaling the hardware and software innovations so many top brands are betting...

Editorial Report: Talking About (Industrial) Revolution: Utilities

In this Q&A report series, Enterprise IoT Insights talks with select industry leaders about how digital systems – including 5G, AI, IoT, and edge, plus other key technologies – are transforming vital global industries. This report maps the vision, signs the obstacles, and charts a...

As private networks for enterprise IoT accelerate, a security gap is widening

OneLayer envisions enterprise-grade security for private cellular networks As enterprises spanning verticals invest in digital transformation strategies with an eye on doing more with less, global adoption of private networks, both 4G and 5G, is poised for a major ramp in investment. While private networks...

Editorial Webinar: The green credentials of 5G and IoT—can technology help save the world?

The powerful combination of 5G and the internet of things, complemented by supporting players such as mobile edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, are billed as key to digitizing vertical industries and commerce. The same companies looking to buy and sell this connected...

Netscout: Nearly 10 million DDoS attacks in 2021

Botnet attackers are working around limitations of residential bandwidth and devices The second half of 2021 marked a shift in dedicated denial of service attacks: A reduction in overall numbers, but a shift toward smarter and higher-volume attacks, according to Netscout's new Threat Intelligence Report. Netscout,...

Demystifying the Cloud Hyperscalers and Edge

With the proliferation of IoT, connectivity and computing technologies are becoming more diverse. It can seem there are so many ways to power an IoT ecosystem, and it can be hard to cut through the hype of buzzwords to understand what it means for...

How blockchain is revolutionizing IoT

For all the hard work and big talk, the IoT market has struggled to deliver on its grand promise of ‘massive’-scale industrial change. Make no mistake; IoT sensing, married with AI sense-making, is the means to digital transformation – and the way to industrial...

Qualcomm: One technology roadmap, countless opportunities for innovation

The connected intelligent edge is growth opportunity connectivity, processing, AI and more First detailed last year at a capital markets event and impactfully contextualized at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Qualcomm is moving fast on its strategy of expanding addressable market 7-fold to...

What is 5G NR Light?

The 5G NR Light term is standardized to 5G RedCap NR in most 3GPP documentation While 5G Release 16 introduced 5G NR (5G New Radio) to enhance mobile broadband services, Release 17 further supports Internet of Thing (IoT) in the form of "NR-Light", known as...

Samsung confirms ransomware attack

Samsung is the latest high-tech business to be victimized by ransomware group Lapsus$, which recently hit Nvidia.

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