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Microsoft, Linux Foundation, others join Carbon Call

Microsoft, The Linux Foundation and others are calling for reliable and consistent measurement of greenhouse gas emissions.

Bolstering cyber defenses to protect telcos from heightened risk (Reader Forum)

With the convergence of the pandemic-led shift to a more remote workforce, ever-increasing amounts of data being transmitted over telecom networks including financial transactions, and expansion of 5G networks and connected devices, telecommunications companies and service providers are facing heightened risk of potential attacks...

Editorial Report: Conversations with industry about IoT in… Healthcare

The response to the global COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of digital healthcare technologies for a number of reasons: The sheer volume of patients forced new types of digital patient record management to the forefront out of necessity; previously in-person care-related interactions had to...

Editorial Report: Conversations with industry about IoT in… the wizardry in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) – and how to combine 5G, AI, IoT, and Edge

In a new 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 industry. This report maps the vision, signs the obstacles, and charts a course...

Editorial Report: The state of ‘things’ in smart manufacturing – how enterprises are grasping for and grappling with industrial IoT

In a new 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 industry. Despite the bluster and hype from the tech industry, and the slow...

Editorial Report: AI, 5G and IoT: Smart buildings in 2020 and beyond

5G is billed as the connectivity fabric that will support a new era of consumer and enterprise experiences. But, in the context of smart buildings, 5G is part of a larger equation that also encompasses artificial intelligence and the internet of things. The combination of...

Editorial Webinar: AI, 5G and IoT: Smart buildings in 2020 and beyond

5G is billed as the connectivity fabric that will support a new era of consumer and enterprise experiences. But, in the context of smart buildings, 5G is part of a larger equation that also encompasses artificial intelligence and the internet of things. The combination of...

Digital Factory Solutions Report Series: Operational Intelligence

The only way to innovate is to collaborate. In the fourth installment in our new series on smart manufacturing technologies, UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman looks at how the technology ecosystem is coming together in industrial settings to collaborate to define and develop...

Digital Factory Solutions Report Series: Operational Intelligence

How is data, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) transforming the manufacturing sector? In the third installment in a new series on smart manufacturing technologies, UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman looks at the role of data analytics techniques to bring intelligence to manufacturing operations.

Digital Factory Solutions Report Series: 5G Connectivity

How will incoming cellular technologies transform smart manufacturing? In the first installment in a new series on smart manufacturing technologies, UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman looks at the role of LTE and 5G in the future of manufacturing.

Microsoft, KPMG form IoT advisory partnership in India

The Microsoft/KPMG partnership will target Indian organizations willing to implement IoT initiatives. Microsoft and auditing firm KPMG have established a strategic "internet of things" advisory partnership targeting the Indian market. The two firms plan to combine efforts to accelerate the digital transformation...

Telecom Software: Big data in 2014; how Android gets updates

Welcome to our weekly wrap-up of everything in the world of telecom software. We hope everyone had a fun and safe New Year's Eve and Day. Due to the holiday things have been a little slow in the world of telecom software, so this...

Report: Growth in Indian telecom sector will be driven by mobile VAS

Growth in the Indian telecom sector will be driven by value-added services like mobile banking in the next phase, with the market for such offerings set to rise fourfold to $9 billion by 2015, according to a report by KPMG and FICCI.

Telecom needs critical infrastructure status under NTP

The Indian government should consider granting 'critical infrastructure' status to active and passive infrastructure in telecommunications and broadband sector, according to a report prepared by consultancy major KPMG and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), an Indian industry body.

VC exuberance in social networking space

When it comes to investment money, perhaps no space in mobile is as hot as social networking. And it looks like the spigot isn't going to shut off anytime soon. But for venture capital to truly flood the space, the online guys will need...

What’s hot? Networks and consumer apps

With an influx of new spectrum, new networks coming online and new services to run over those networks, one might say that venture capitalists are backing both the tortoise and the hare to win in wireless. The interest in the quick-changing, what's-hot-next consumer application...

Survey: Venture capitalists to show mobile some love

Venture capitalists expect to pour money into mobile and online entertainment over the next two years, according to new figures from KPMG.The auditing giant said the poll of 300 venture capitalists, corporate executives and bankers found that 52% of respondents predicted investment in digital...

Study: Almost 40% of consumers don’t want converged services

LAS VEGAS—Consumers may not be willing to pay for the premium services many telecom companies are banking on to grow their revenues, according to findings of two new studies from KPMG L.L.P. One study found nearly 60 percent of telecom industry executives are looking...

Telecom excise tax under assault in court: Bills pending in House, Senate to repeal tax

WASHINGTON-The pesky tax on talking may finally be headed for the door-more than a century after it was established to pay for the Spanish-American War. It is not the legislative process that is finally killing it, but rather the judiciary, which consistently has ruled...

Sprint releases corporate governance guidelines

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.-Following claims of financial impropriety that led to the ouster of a pair of former executives, Sprint Corp. released a set of corporate governance enhancements that build on a previously announced set. The telecommunications provider said the enhancements would make it a...

Swisscom aims to lead European WLAN market

OXFORD, United Kingdom-Following the acquisition in March of wireless local are network (WLAN) operators Megastream and Munich-based WLAN, fixed-line carrier Swisscom, which now has more than 800 WLAN access points, has linked with Nomadix to hasten the deployment of more 802.11b hot spots. In...

Qwest delays 10-K report

DENVER-Qwest Communications International Inc. said it will not file its 2002 10-K form on time due to its current work with external auditor KPMG L.L.P. on restating its 2001 and 2000 financial statements. Qwest noted it filed 12b-25 forms indicating the delayed filing, but...

WorldCom will restate financials following internal audit

CLINTON, Mass.-WorldCom Inc. said it plans to restate its financial statements for 2001 and the first quarter of 2002 as a result of an internal audit of the company's capital expenditures that showed up to $3.8 billion in cost transfers were not made in...

Nortel stock falls in WorldCom fallout

OTTAWA-Nortel Networks Corp.'s shares tumbled to a 52-week low owing to a report of WorldCom's accounting practices.The company's stock fell more than 11 percent, or 18 cents, to $1.43 on the New York Stock Exchange on over 12 million shares traded.

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