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The Transformational Power of Edge Analytics is Redefining Smart Cities Approaches

Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based analytics capabilities are increasingly embedded in roadside infrastructure like traffic cabinets, streetlights, and traffic and surveillance cameras, allowing local intelligence to be captured, interpreted, shared, and acted upon locally and in real time for low-latency use cases, such as pedestrian detection, traffic management, adaptive traffic lights, and advanced surveillance.

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Malawi Breaks Regional Trends to Launch Biometric ID in Three Years

Only as recently as 2017, Malawian citizens relied on piecemeal documentation such as voting cards and drivers’ licenses in a legacy format and existed as one of the only countries in the south of the continent to lack either a national citizen registry or a National ID system. 

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Artificial Intelligence Augmenting the Agriculture Sector

The agriculture industry currently employs about 26% of the world population according to the World Bank and is responsible for sustaining the food supply of 7.5 billion people.

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Wi-Fi 6E Ecosystem Taking Shape as Regulators Release 6 GHz Band for Wi-Fi

At present, 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5) dominates the Wi-Fi CPE market, accounting for over 80% of total Wi-Fi CPE shipments in 2020. 

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The Role of Test & Measurement Companies in Private 5G Networks

While enterprises are looking to implement private 5G networks, solutions providers and Test & Measurement (T&M) companies like Fujitsu, NEC, and Rohde & Schwarz are launching solutions to optimize network deployments and quality of coverage.

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Kangrui Ling
Kangrui Ling
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Global Telco Cloud Revenue Will Grow to US$29.3 Billion by 2025

Global telco cloud revenue will grow to US$29.3 billion by 2025, up from US$8.7 billion in 2020, at a 5-year Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 27%. The telco cloud growth will be driven primarily by cloud infrastructure-related investments, such as Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), Management and Network Orchestration (MANO), and Cloud Native Functions (CNFs). By 2025, the telco cloud market will be worth US$10 billion in North America, US$9 billion in Asia-Pacific (APAC), and US$8.2 billion in Europe, forecasts ABI Research in its new whitepaper, The 36 Transformative Technology Stats You Need to Know for 2021.

This introduction of cloudified environments in the telco business landscape also presents some shifts in the value chain. For example, telcos are now being presented a second option of telco cloud deployment—the multi-vendor approach, in which different network equipment vendors are responsible for different components of the telco. “While this approach seems to provide some benefits, such as avoiding single-vendor lock in, it also requires substantial coordination of effort, not only through robust MANO, but also between stakeholders during certain key phases of the telco cloud deployment, such as the design and planning phase,” explains Kangrui Ling, 5G Core and Edge Networks Research Analyst.

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Leo Gergs
Leo Gergs
Research Analyst

Private Network Deployments Will Generate Revenues in Excess of US$64 Billion by 2030

With enterprise 5G maturing, the importance of private networks for the enterprise domain will continue to grow. According to ABI Research, the demand for private network deployments will be driven primarily by heavy industry verticals. Industrial manufacturing, energy production (including mining, oil and gas, and logistics) alone will generate private network revenues of US$32.38 billion by 2030, representing half of the US$64 Billion overall private network revenues.

“These findings show the importance of private networks, particularly for automating mission- or even life-critical use cases, that require the highest possible network reliability and availability and are characterized by a high degree of network integrity to prevent data from leaving the enterprise premises,” says Leo Gergs, Research Analyst for 5G Markets.

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IoTs, Wireless Data, OTA updates – Ensuring the Security of the Connected Car

Telematics Wire

The current approach towards automotive cybersecurity is to prevent access into the vehicle via key remote access points: the infotainment unit, the telematics unit, and the OBD-II port. Current cybersecurity measures used in-vehicle, namely hardware-based firewalls, application sandboxing, and Secure Hardware Extension (SHE)-specified processors, will not be enough to secure future vehicles. In particular, they do not provide enough consideration for the protection of data that will circulate internally, as well as to and from the vehicle. This is where communication security becomes important. 

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