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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 – …

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healthcare IoT

KPMG: “As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, we’ve witnessed a major shift of momentum into large-scale digital transformation, and this has caused healthcare leaders to desire a comprehensive …

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smart city

  The Covid-19 pandemic is having a huge global impact, clearly. Enterprise IoT Insights talked with technology vendors and market analysts to analyze the impact of the pandemic on smart …

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A new $600 million round of funding by the US Department of Defense (DOD) is being made available for testing military-grade and industrial-grade 5G. The investment will go into smart …

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Note, this is an excerpt from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report, called ‘Crossing the IT/OT divide – co-creation, co-configuration, and how to bring industrial IoT to scale’. Go …

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Note, this is an excerpt from a new Enterprise IoT Insights editorial report, called ‘Crossing the IT/OT divide – co-creation, co-configuration, and how to bring industrial IoT to scale’. Go …

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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 …

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An NHS trust in Manchester, in the UK, has agreed a £25 million deal with Hitachi Consulting to use advanced data analytics and IoT tools to digitise its processes and …

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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 …

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industry 4.0 fourth industrial revolution

Like it, love it or hate it? Enterprises are unsure about what to make of 5G. A study conducted by Barclays found that at best only 9% were allocating resources …

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