The inclusion of Huawei – the world’s largest telecommunications equipment producer – on the US entity list will put a recently inked Qualcomm deal in peril and make Europe an attractive 5G proposition for the China tech company.
The California metropolis’ Board of Supervisors recently voted in favour of a ban on the use of facial recognition technology by all government agencies operating in the city of San Francisco, including police and airport security.
A new survey reveals that many employees feel their CEOs are not meeting leadership expectations in the current hyper-sensitive corporate environment.
Ballooning costs associated with the purchase of an expensive 5G spectrum in Europe have pushed up Vodafone’s swelling debt.
The ongoing US-China trade war has added to the woes faced by Apple beyond competing against Samsung and insurgent Chinese makers in an increasingly competitive market.
During its annual developer’s conference, Google I/O, Google unveiled its Pixel smartphones, which retail for about half of its premium Pixel 3 smartphones.
With its ageing society and declining workforce, Japan is one country particularly keen to pursue the development of humanoid robotics to help it solve some of the demographic challenges it faces.
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting the top, seeking out C-level executives that have access to the most sensitive company information.
Total telecom and pay-TV services revenue in Peru will expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.6% between 2018 and 2023, mainly driven by the increasing demand for mobile data services, which will expand its contribution to total service revenue from an estimated 29% in 2018 to 35% in 2023, becoming the leading
GlobalData has used its exclusive theme-based analysis to identify the semiconductor companies best placed to succeed in the future based on their strength in data centres.
GlobalData has used its exclusive theme-based analysis to identify the semiconductor companies best placed to succeed in the future based on their strength in high-performance computing.
Telecom operators in Austria are on track to roll out 5G across the country, supported by the telecom regulator.
California-based Alphabet – of which Google is a part – reported a profit in the first three months of 2019 that sagged under the weight of a hefty antitrust fine by the European Commission (EC).
Australia’s NBN Co is looking to business customers to grow its revenue and has openly discussed its aim of making US$1 billion in revenue from this segment.
Organisations anxious to put AI to work as a means of driving innovation must first invest in big data.
Cybersecurity breaches are clearly growing, according to a spate of recent headlines.
Having established itself as a global e-commerce and cloud computing giant, Amazon is now looking to extend its technological prowess into space.
It has been clear for a long time that operators need to move beyond connectivity if they are to make any serious money from IoT.
Bahrain’s telcos, with the support of the telecom regulator, are poised to roll-out 5G in the country.
Nicaragua’s total telecom and pay-TV revenue will increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.5%, in local currency terms, between 2018 and 2023, according to a recent forecast by GlobalData.
With 1.5 billion subscriptions in 2018, mobile penetration only reached 93.4% of the population in the Middle East & Africa (MEA), compared to triple-digit penetration rates in the other regions.
GlobalData’s unique theme-based analysis is identifying the semiconductor companies best placed to succeed in the future based on their capabilities in the nascent market in self-driving cars.
The enterprise segment can be a growth engine for telecommunications providers across the globe.
GlobalData has used its exclusive theme-based analysis to identify the semiconductor companies which are best placed to succeed in the future based on their strength in artificial intelligence (AI).
With a number of initiatives in play to embrace the future, the UAE city of Dubai is gunning to become the next big tech startup hub.
Organisations are eager to enjoy the benefits that artificial intelligence can bring to them – whether it be enhanced productivity, or new revenue generating or enhanced customer experience opportunities.
The Americas is one of the most urbanised regions in the world.
France is the third largest data centre country market in Europe behind the UK and Germany.
GlobalData’s latest thematic report, entitled Digital Oilfield, discusses how the oil and gas industry is gearing up to improve competitiveness and sustainability.