Displaying items by tag: Smart cities

Video surveillance company Axis Communications partners with the local governments of Melbourne and Geelong to enhance safe city camera networks.

Published in Security

Smart traffic management systems and the benefits surrounding them are being explored by cities and municipal transportation agencies around the world, in order to mitigate against the detrimental impact on congestion, lost productivity hours and harmful carbon emissions, new research has revealed.

Published in Strategy

GUEST INTERVIEW: The idea of using private wireless networks instead of Wi-Fi, LANs or carrier-operated wireless networks has taken root in recent years. iTWIre discussed the issue with Federated Wireless CTO Kurt Schaubach.

Published in Guest Interviews

Four Mallee councils have joined forces to trial Internet of Things (IoT) technology to inform decision-making and improve operational efficiencies.

Published in Internet of Things

Global network operator spend on Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) will grow from US$2.7 billion in 2020, to US$8.3 billion in 2025, as operators invest heavily in upgrading network capacities and infrastructure to support the increasing data generated by 5G networks, according to a new report.

Published in Market

Combining durability with high availability network features to delivery resilient Industrial networks, D-Link's latest ruggedised technologies embody the quality the company always delivers.

Published in Networking

Swedish telecommunications equipment vendor Ericsson is collaborating with Telstra to develop an enterprise solution with an extension into the hybrid cloud space, following a successful 5G edge computing trial with an Australian financial institution in 2019.

Published in Cloud

COVID-19 initially slowed mobile phone sales in the Asia Pacific and disrupted supply chains and demand for certain 5G-related end verticals, according to a new analyst report which now forecasts that digital factory revenues are primed for a post-COVID recovery worth US60 billion by 2030.

GUEST OPINION by Eddie Stefanescu, Regional VP Business – APJ at Claroty: The near future security risks of 5G rollout are much discussed, but it is the long term risks we should focus on, and not just the risks allegedly rising from the use of Huawei technology — security researchers had demonstrated that much telecom infrastructure is vulnerable.

GUEST OPINION by Eddie Stefanescu, Regional VP Business – APJ at Claroty: The near future security risks of 5G rollout are much discussed, but it is the long term risks we should focus on, and not just the risks allegedly rising from the use of Huawei technology — security researchers had demonstrated that much telecom infrastructure is vulnerable.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 05:41

Global 5G IoT revenue to reach US$8 billion by 2025

Total operator-billed revenue from 5G IoT connections will reach US$8 billion globally by 2024, rising from just US$525 million in 2020, according to a new research report.

Published in Internet of Things


Skyline Melbourne


By Guy Danskine, Managing Director, Equinix Australia

Melbourne is ranked as Australia’s most advanced smart city and one of the world’s top ten most connected smart cities, according to a recent report by Oracle and ESI ThoughtLab. 1 It’s exceptional not just because it uses data or technology, as most cities do, but because it extracts value from data in ways that enhance livability, experience, sustainability and economic growth.

Skyline Melbourne

GUEST OPINION: Melbourne is ranked as Australia’s most advanced smart city and one of the world’s top ten most connected smart cities, according to a recent report by Oracle and ESI ThoughtLab. 1 It’s exceptional not just because it uses data or technology, as most cities do, but because it extracts value from data in ways that enhance livability, experience, sustainability and economic growth.

Published in Data

The Australian and Tasmanian Governments say the newly launched Tasmanian Cyber Security Innovation Node will help position Australia as a global cyber security powerhouse, with the opening of a new hub.

Published in Security

Service revenues from low-power IoT technologies will exceed US$2.6 billion by 2024, rising from only US$290 million in 2019, a growth of 800% over the next 5 years, according to a new report.

Published in Internet of Things

Global cellular M2M service connections will reach 1.6 billion over the next five years rising from 596 million in 2019, driven by embedded SIM adoption, according to a new research report.

Published in Strategy

Australian telecommunications carrier Vertel is partnering with fellow telecoms carrier Virtutel to resell NBN enterprise Ethernet throughout regional Australia.

Published in Resellers

Australian fintech innovation hub Stone & Chalk is partnering with the South Australian Government to establish a start-up hub at the Lot Fourteen innovation precinct on the seven-hectare former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.

Published in Strategy

Smart city traffic technology solutions deployed to ease chronic congestion in cities around the world are forecast to generate US$4.4 billion in revenue in 2023, up from $2 billion in 2019.

Published in Strategy

Smart street lighting deployments will realise US$15 billion in cumulative energy savings for cities upto 2023, according to a newly published global report.

Published in Energy
Page 1 of 4

WEBINARS ONLINE & ON-DEMAND

GUEST ARTICLES

VENDOR NEWS

Guest Opinion

Guest Interviews

Guest Reviews

Guest Research

Guest Research & Case Studies

Channel News

Comments