The Latin American cloud computing services market will expand at a 22.4% CAGR from 2019 to 2023.
The Paraguayan telecoms and pay-TV market holds great growth potential.
Big data combines traditional data management technologies with new forms of data processing that are better suited to modern data formats.
Big data has applications across industries, from providing detailed customer profiles for retailers to improving the drug discovery process through the use of predictive modeling.
Big data has emerged in response to the exponential growth in data.
Today’s digital economy is powered by big data.
The leading companies in virtual reality are developing domain-specific tools for functions such as training, education, and data visualisation.
The history of virtual reality (VR) is longer than you might think.
VR remains unregulated, but standard fair use policies, copyright acts, trademark acts, and anti-dilution acts are being applied in the wake of disputes related to content ownership and IP theft.
VR is entering its second generation, which is expected to have greater appeal to consumers as well as enterprises compared to the previous generation.
VR technology has evolved significantly over the past five years, with improvements on both the hardware and software side.
Edge computing has become an increasingly hot topic in the technology and telecoms world.
GlobalData has been tracking data on deployments of Internet of Things (IoT) technology by enterprise organizations for several years, via its IoT Deployment Database.
In January 2020, the French telecom regulator, ARCEP, rolled out the first phase of the 5G award process for the 3.4GHz-3.8GHz spectrum band.
The Better Business Bureau’s (BBB) National Advertising Review Board (NARB) has taken the two largest US mobile operators, Verizon and AT&T, to task for a number of misleading advertising and marketing campaigns recently.
Environmental sustainability has become a major new competitive battleground for cloud computing giants, Google, Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The cybersecurity technology sector continues to experience a wave of acquisitions.
Facial recognition (FR) technology is under scrutiny by the EU.
Quibi is framing its release as a watershed moment in the history of video content.
Disaster recovery – didn’t that go out with the mainframe computer?
There’s never been a tech story like the Huawei-Trump bust-up.
Charter Communications’ decision to shutter its home-security service next month is yet another cautionary tale from the emerging smart home services segment.
Last year’s consolidation of low-code platforms, in which AI played the most prominent role, has helped in addressing operations’ most pressing issue: the need for software automation.
CES, held in January in Las Vegas every year, is one of the biggest shows in consumer electronics.
Online video streaming accounts for 1% of global carbon emissions.
In-car entertainment and increasing autonomy will pose new challenges and opportunities for designers.
Deepfakes are on the rise.
Challenging conditions face Huawei Technologies even though they have continued to post solid revenue growth over the past few years.
JP Morgan was the leading financial adviser globally for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in 2019 in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector, according to GlobalData.
Robocalls sparked a rare moment of bipartisanship when both houses of the US Congress and the President were in near-unanimous agreement.