Opinion: Demystifying networks of the future

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Mobile networks of the future will be at the heart of tomorrow’s society. By 2020, one in five vehicles, or about 250 million vehicles globally, will be connected[i]. Surveillance cameras, health monitors, home automation systems, fleet trackers, sensors on mining and manufacturing equipment, soil, water and air quality analyzers, retail carts, drones, microwave ovens, heating and lighting equipment and a near-endless assortment of other things will get connected...

By Sandeep Bhatnagar, 16 December 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Industry, Networks.

How telecoms applications can become ‘ripe for innovation’ through blockchain

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Analysis Telecoms providers continue to be kept on their toes by the emergence of new technologies, from cloud to IoT. The allure of blockchain, and a secure, distributed ledger, is causing ripples in industries outside of the traditional financial services hotbed. So how can telcos take advantage?

The answer, so far, comes through identity, data integrity, and disintermediation.

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By James Bourne, 30 November 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Apps, Disruption, Industry, Innovation, Operators.

Authorised login used in breach of six million Three UK customer details

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Around six million Three UK customers have been put at risk after the operator's database was compromised using authorised credentials.

While no direct financial information was leaked in the breach, valuable details including names, phone numbers, addresses, and dates of birth were accessed which could be sold or used for scam and fraud...

By Ryan Daws, 18 November 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Industry, Mobile, Operators.

Why the future looks bright for healthcare IoT

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If recent forecasts are any indication, the Internet of Things is poised to become just what the doctor ordered over the next few years. Doctors and nurses, hospital administrators and medical researchers will be increasingly relying on connected smart devices. According to a 2016 Allied Market Research report, the global IoT healthcare market is expected to grow by nearly $80 billion over the next five years, representing a...

By Eran Eshed, 17 November 2016, 1 comment. Categories: Industry, Innovation, IoT.