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SAFE, as a Smartphone Application That Lets Consumers Verify the Authenticity of a Product and Fight against Counterfeiting

Based on the reality that, the counterfeiting of products and the illicit trade are global issues that cause a lot of economic, health and social damage,
SAFE, developed by Arjo Solutions, Signoptic® technology, based on the fingerprint of the material, aims to protect many major brands in order to fight against counterfeiting and parallel markets.

In effect, by generating a unique digital identity from the material of the product, Signoptic® can let you verify its authenticity and ensure its traceability

I can observe that, this means verifying the authenticity of their products, in any place and at any timewill strengthen consumers' confidence in their brand.

Strong demand for low-energy, long-range and cost efficient IoT connectivity in North America

The stakes related to business opportunities are very high when it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT) development across the world.
This reality can explain thestrong demand for low-energy, long-range and cost efficient IoT connectivity in North America.
I salute the new momentum at Libelium, who is adding LoRaWAN and Sigfox wireless connectivity for North America to Waspmote OEM and Waspmote Plug and Sense! sensor devices. 
In effect, Libelium is joining forces with LoRaWAN and Sigfox global network in response to strong demand for low-energy, long-range and cost efficient IoT connectivity in North America
I can also recall that, in terms of network coverage, Semtech is partnering with Comcast to deploy LoRaWAN networks in 30 cities while Sigfox is expanding its network to 100 US cities.

An open, distributed network functions virtualization (D-NFV) solution in our ever-connected era

The most exciting when it comes to open architecture is that, you learn new ideas; it is about sharing knowledge, building patterns and reusing best practices. 
With an open, distributed network functions virtualization (D-NFV) solution, we have at the core of stakes, the ability to allow network operators to quickly and reliably roll-out new virtual network services, such as SD-WAN, IP routing, firewalls, and encryption.
Cienahas introduces its open, distributed network functions virtualization (D-NFV) solution designed to rollout new applications and network services at cloud speed.

Here is how the demand for in-memory databases is increasing

Progressively, one can observe that, with the demand for the in-memory database, new providers of this technology are entering the market with features that can have an advantage over their competitors. For example, after SAP and Oracle, IBM and Microsoft have built in-memory technology into DB2 and SQL Server. 
In effect, with organizations preferring to store a large amount of data in the memory for faster computing, the demand for in-memory databases have increased.