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Anyone who has used a public Wi-Fi hotspot for more than the occasional web browsing and emailing knows how unpredictable it can be. Wi-Fi’s lack of predictability has held back …

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Today, users are discovering new ways to manage virtually every facet of their lives from their mobile devices, meaning the number of connected devices is set to grow over the …

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cybercrime IoT security

We as humans like patterns. We like trends, labels and buzzwords. We like to fit our problems into a category that can be easily solved by one answer and when …

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edge computing GPUs

The battle for the edge is now. With its ability to connect to any device, anywhere, the edge is driving industries to move to datacenter-less environment delivering real time outcome-based, …

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The internet of things (IoT) is changing the shape of many businesses. Not only does it herald greater visibility of asset effectiveness, improve operational efficiencies, and facilitate more informed decision …

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In the coming years, internet of things (IoT) infrastructure will become unmanageable and impossible to secure effectively, with attackers discovering a growing number of abandoned, network-connected devices and subsequently compromising …

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edge computing GPUs

The combination of 5G and edge computing promises to fast-track the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the Internet of Things (IoT). With 10 to 20 times faster speeds and …

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We are probably all well aware of what a SIM is. Those fiddley thin pieces of plastic we, or the phone salesperson inserts into our new cellular phone when we …

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ericsson IoT health care

Technology has a history of helping to track and treat viruses. With the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, people are asking how new technologies such as …

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Covid-19 coronavirus

The crisis we face with the COVID pandemic must provide us with lessons to avoid making the same mistakes again. This is because, in an increasingly globalised world, sadly this …

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