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Telcos are transforming their technology and business platforms to become more agile and to evolve

5G as emerging and promising network generation will likely require a new core network to allow for advanced concepts, including network slicing and services geared toward different business verticals. Early 5G deployments, during which time there will not be an immediate need for a new telco core, will likely focus on enhanced mobile broadband.
Although telcos are transforming their technology and business platforms to become more agile and to evolve past their monolithic access-based business models, they are finding it much more challenging than anticipated,” said Dimitris Mavrakis, Research Director at ABI Research. “Software, cloud computing, and open source are promising and will simplify operations, but in the short term, telcos are preferring to rely on their trusted vendors to continue this journey.”

Google Cloud Speech API is one of several pre-trained machine-learning models available

For those who are unfamiliar, Cloud Speech API is built on the core technology that powers speech recognition for other Google products (e.g., Google Search, Google Now, Google Assistant).Cloud Speech API is one of several pre-trained machine-learning models available You can click here to learn more.

Control access to your web applications running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

The beta of Cloud Identity-Aware Proxy (Cloud IAP) unveils new excitements for web app developers which lets them control access to their web applications running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). For those who are unfamiliar, you can learn more about it and why it’s a simpler and more secure method than traditional perimeter-based access controls such as LANs and VPNs, in this previous post about Cloud IAP. I can observe that, in this post, writer goes into the internals of how Cloud IAP works and some of the engineering decisions they made in building it.

Best practices guide to Securing Rendering Workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

The ability to secure your workloads on the cloud is at the center of stakes in our ever-connected data-driven era where Data must be encrypted at all times, where access to resources must be carefully controlled, and any changes must be logged, both on-premises and in the cloud. Google has presented best practices guide to Securing Rendering Workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). I can observe that, this guide, coupled with Google Cloud’s security, core compliance and MPAA best practices, can help any organization concerned with cloud security. This document will evolve along with GCP's security features, and you can sign up for a trial at no cost to learn more about securing your workloads on the cloud.

IoT data can impower existing warranty data to obtain new insights into companies’ customers, products and operations

Data from the Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly at the core of numerous strategic exploitations. Key processes are streamlined and new revenues streams generated. The new IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) study found that, when integrated successfully, IoT can be a powerful competitive differentiator, increasing the potential for new revenue streams through innovative commerce and data sharing/insight opportunities.
IoT data can be combined with existing warranty data to obtain new insights into companies’ customers, products and operations. In turn, this can lead to enhanced support processes, optimized product service, and the provision of new and differentiating experiences for customers, all of which can help drive revenue. Enabling a 360-degree digitized view also allows companies to forecast warranty costs more and predict detection of problems earlier.

The global IT support services market is on exciting curve

It is steadily clear that, in our ever-connected data-driven era, growth in investments in IT infrastructure by SMEs across sectors such as e-commerce is important with companies like Uber, whose entire business depends on IT infrastructure. This momentum fuels the demand for IT support services alongside rapid advancements in technologies such as cloud computing, mobility, and analytical tools, to name a few.

Factors that can restrain market growth of global IT Robotic Automation Market

Steadily, analysts agree on the reality that, factors that will restrain market growth are high initial development costs, social issues with releasing people from their jobs, security concerns as these automated systems wrongly interpret information and in the BPO sector, current contracts for project outsourcing will restrict utilization of IT automation. According to Research and Markets, the major market players for IT robotics automation are Blue Prism, Be Informed B. V., Appian Corporation, IPSoft Inc., Tata Consultancy Services Limited, Hitachi, Toshiba, Google, GE and Genpact Ltd.

Market drivers for the global IT robotics automation market

According toResearch and Markets, the Global IT robotic automation market generated revenue of $474.9 Million in 2016 and is anticipated to contribute $38877.9 Million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 64.31%. Market drivers for IT robotics automation are improved efficiency and cost benefits over manual process handling, increasing adoption in finance and accounting sector, potential alternative to offshore outsourcing, potential to leverage other software without integration and increase in security of processes as human intervention is decreased along with limited access to critical resources.

Medical imaging: growing adoption of PET/CT hybrid imaging technology

Multiple data sources converge on the same point to observe that, due to its advantages such as early diagnosis, accurate disease staging, and effective response to the treatment of chronic conditions such as cancer, the PET/CT hybrid imaging technology is growing in adoption across the world. According to Research and Markets, the combined PET/CT scans provide images that pinpoint the anatomic location of metabolic activity of an individual. The technology is also billed as the gold standard for oncology imaging. Vendors are improving the technological capabilities of PET/CT hybrid imaging system. In effect, some of the new technological capabilities include more precise measurement for better differentiation and measurement of tumors, increased data storage capabilities for oncologists to track tumor developments, and less patient movement.

The Global Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Market

So far, the most exciting when it comes to the Global Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence Market, is the growing demand for integrated solutions on a unified platform. Research and Markets reveals that, the demand for such solutions is growing as this can converge with different applications, such as product lifecycle management, product data management, and enterprise resource planning, for better functioning of the organization. It can help to deploy lean manufacturing practices by monitoring each department and generating real-time data.

The Gemini SBOX Appliance for deployment and simplified management of big data platforms from a single interface

Steadily, the Gemini SBOX Appliance is billed as a secure appliance that allows for rapid deployment and simplified management of big data platforms from a single interface, and seamlessly delivers turnkey solutions from leading organizations via the Gemini Integration Center. Gemini Atlas, a SaaS solution accessible via the Integration Center, can enable security analysts to conduct fast investigations across leading data platforms, helping organizations achieve true situational awareness.

Automated cloud; rapidly deploy, manage and achieve situational awareness across data and security solutions

At the core of stakes, the streamlined ability to appropriate security analyst platform to rapidly deploy, manage and achieve situational awareness across data and security solutions. Automated on-premises, cloud and hybrid big data deployments. Gemini products are built on world-class Dell EMC technology; meaning achieved situational awareness across data and security solutions., and automated on-premises, cloud and hybrid big data deployments for your convenience.

Compagnie that wish to succeed in the TVaaS realm need to commit to customer-oriented solutions

It is henceforth Companies that wish to succeed in the TVaaS realm need to commit to customer-oriented solutions, including investing in 24/7 operational capabilities and robust engineering organizations. “Solutions need to support the hybrid cloud methodology where they can be deployed in public cloud infrastructure, as well as user’s own data centers. Also important to operators is the use of microservice-based architectures that allow larger users to adopt one or two components of a solution around a specific pain point,” says Sam Rosen, Managing Director and Vice President at ABI Research.

Expectations of the new TV as a Service (TVaaS) business model

I have a pleasure to recall that, in a recent video software market report, ABI Research finds that TV as a Service (TVaaS) revenues will grow to 35% of video software revenues in 2021; while recurring revenues based on video consumption, transactions, or subscriber-related metrics will take over traditional hardware sales, software and IP licenses, and service-related revenues.