Pandemic pandemonium has gripped the world as Covid-19 infection rates have been on the exponential increase. In some countries, in order to contain local transmission, confirmed cases undergo a process of contact tracing and all those suspected of being in close proximity to the infected are placed into quarantine.
While we wait for significantly more ubiquitous availability of 5G, which we believe will be an enabler of further real-time ultra low latency IoT capabilities in a few years, the IoT ecosystem remains active and engaged.
The Covid-19 pandemic is driving robot use into the mainstream of everyday life, as machines take over many tasks that are deemed too dangerous for humans.
The Covid-19 lockdown has been going on for a while and industries should be using this time to make plans.
One of the key challenges for mobile operators is the availability of 5G spectrum.
The move toward greater corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been taking place for quite some time.
For years, Alphabet-owned Loon has received a skeptical reaction to its audacious plan to provide cellular service by launching a constellation of radio-equipped balloons into the stratosphere.
Uruguay’s 5.5 million mobile subscriptions in 2019, accounted for a very small share of 0.8% of the total mobile subscriptions in Latin America region.
Prior to the global outbreak of Covid-19, edge computing was widely perceived to be one of IT’s hottest new trends.
The OTT-focused merger of Eros and STX intends to capitalize on the combined library of Indian and Hollywood content.
Telco operators closed in March 2020 when Jordan imposed the state of emergency.
China’s big three state-linked telecom operators – China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom – introduced their 5G packages in November 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in lockdown and social distancing measures.
It’s fair to say that the global healthcare sector has been subjected to an array of cyberattacks as it deals with the Covid-19 pandemic.
A number of potential use cases for blockchain have emerged which could help healthcare providers and industries cope with the impacts of Covid-19.
According to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China has embarked on a number of investments to counter the Covid-19 downturn.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, governments are looking to digital contact-tracing solutions to help contain the virus.
Covid-19 has created many operational issues for businesses and contact center operations is one of those areas impacted by it.
No one can say for sure what impact the Covid-19 pandemic will have on the progress of 5G globally.
New network traffic patterns created by Covid-19 have demonstrated the shortcomings in traditional network capacity planning.
The overnight shift of brick and mortar operations by enterprises and governments to a remote work model put technology companies front and center in the fight for businesses survival.
Companies will be challenged to rein in spending over the next several months as they attempt to recover from the economic shocks inflicted by the pandemic.
Governments across the world are striving to stop the outbreak of Covid-19 and mitigate its effects.
How the technology industry responds to the global crisis of Covid-19 will be remembered for decades to come.
The Covid-19 pandemic could accelerate the use of cellular technologies to transform factories and other industrial site operations.
As many sectors of the economy have already been negatively affected by COVID-19, the big ramp up of IoT that we have been anticipating, alongside the growth of 5G and edge computing, may also be in jeopardy.
With the number of confirmed infected cases rapidly rising, the Chilean government has launched a series of measures to protect the population and cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The global pandemic that is COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill.
With Moscow witnessing an increasing number of COVID-19 cases and President Putin ordering the closure of non-essential businesses from 28 March to 5 April , many people have been staying at home.
COVID-19 has created shutdowns and major disruptions in employee working styles and supply chains across all sectors.
Telecommunications providers worldwide are currently racing to enhance their network capacity for residential homes.