MWC Barcelona 2024: Telecom Giants Form Alliance To Promote AI Capabilities

Enterprise news highlights from Mobile World Congress 2024 include novel AI and 5G capabilities, concept laptops and phones.

By |2024-03-01T16:28:18+00:00February 27, 2024|5G, Apple, Artificial Intelligence, at&t, Cloud, dell, Edge, EU, Google, human ai, Innovation, intel, International, Internet of Things, iot, lenovo, Microsoft, mobile world congress, Mobility, motorola, mwc 2024, nokia, qualcomm, rsim, sk telecom, Uncategorized, Wearable Tech, windows|Comments Off on MWC Barcelona 2024: Telecom Giants Form Alliance To Promote AI Capabilities

Patch ‘Em or Weep: Study Reveals Most Vulnerable IoT, Connected Assets

Phones, tablets and workstations with unpatched CVEs are a clear and present danger. New Armis study lists the most vulnerable.

By |2023-09-07T18:36:53+00:00September 7, 2023|devices, engineering, Internet of Things, iot, it, media player, mobile devices, OT, pc, ransomware, Security, Uncategorized, virtual machines, workstations|Comments Off on Patch ‘Em or Weep: Study Reveals Most Vulnerable IoT, Connected Assets

Global Chip Shortage: Everything You Need to Know

Even as global efforts are made to create policies, new plants and marketplaces for semiconductors, unpredictable demand and continued talent shortages cast doubt on what the future will bring.

By |2023-10-19T16:15:00+00:00August 9, 2023|chips shortage, computer chips, CXO, EU, Hardware, Innovation, integrated circuits, International, Internet of Things, iot, microchips, semiconductor market, semiconductors, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Global Chip Shortage: Everything You Need to Know

How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk

By exploiting webcams and other IoT devices, hackers can spy on private and professional conversations, potentially giving them access to sensitive information, says BitSight. The post How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk app...

By |2023-03-13T19:24:15+00:00March 13, 2023|CXO, cybersecurity, cybersecurity risk prevention, hacking, Internet of Things, iot, Security, Uncategorized, webcams|Comments Off on How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk

Qualcomm Aware brings software as a service to IoT silicon

Qualcomm's new cloud platform for IoT developers and enterprises might be available to subscribers later this year. The post Qualcomm Aware brings software as a service to IoT silicon appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-02-23T19:48:51+00:00February 23, 2023|Big Data, Cloud, cloud platform, Developer, digital transformation, Internet of Things, iot, qualcomm, qualcomm aware, saas, Software, software as a service, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Qualcomm Aware brings software as a service to IoT silicon

Using AI and ML to optimize edge IoT performance

As more technology runs business functions at the edge, new modes of managing that technology must also follow. AI and ML might just fit the bill. The post Using AI and ML to optimize edge IoT performance appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-02-23T14:00:17+00:00February 23, 2023|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Edge, edge computing, Internet of Things, iot, ml, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Using AI and ML to optimize edge IoT performance

5G vs 6G: What’s the difference?

In a world of constant technological evolution, it can be hard to keep up with the latest advancements. Here, we compare 5G and 6G networks to help you understand the differences between the two. The post 5G vs 6G: What’s the difference? appeared...

By |2023-02-20T14:00:15+00:00February 20, 2023|5G, 6G, Internet of Things, iot, latency, Security, spectrum, spectrum usage, speed, Uncategorized|Comments Off on 5G vs 6G: What’s the difference?
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