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AITX’s subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices to deploy school firearm detection system

Detroit, Michigan, 10 August 2022 – Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD) has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) with an east coast parochial school to deploy 2 ROSA security robots with firearm detection technology. Coinciding with this deployment, RAD is announcing the integration of its RADSoC with its full suite of AI analytics with existing networks of security cameras. The school presently has approximately 120 security cameras, of which 50 will be connected to the RAD ecosystem.

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SenseTime creates AI Chinese chess robot for family entertainment endorsed by Olympic gold medalist

Hong Kong, China. 09 August, 2022 – SenseTime, a global artificial intelligence (AI) software company, has launched its consumer product “SenseRobot”, an AI interactive Xiangqi (chinese chess) robot for family entertainment, further expanding its “smart life” product offerings. The product has been certified by the Chinese Xiangqi Association, with Guo Jingjing, the multiple Olympic gold medalist, as chief product experience officer.

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Amazon SageMaker eases ML model development by expanding existing feature groups

Feature engineering is one of the most challenging aspects of the machine learning (ML) lifecycle and a phase where the most amount of time is spent – data scientists and ML engineers spend 60–70% of their time on feature engineering. AWS introduced Amazon SageMaker feature store during AWS re:Invent 2020, which is a purpose-built, fully managed, centralised store for features and associated metadata.

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Empowering employees in the era of No-Code 

An organisation’s most important asset is its people. I’d bet 99% of business leaders would tell you that’s true. Yet, many still routinely under equip their workforce with the tools they need. Managers typically look at employee productivity through the lens of whether a job function is adequately performed and how much value that work generates for the company. What they seem to do less often is look at their employees’ capacity to contribute to innovation and growth, says Mark Mader, CEO at Smartsheet.

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Lumen expands edge computing solutions into Europe

London, 12 July, 2022 – Lumen Technologies is investing in its global edge network and expanding its edge computing solutions into Europe, providing the low latency platform businesses need to extend their high bandwidth, data intensive applications out to the cloud edge. This expansion is part of Lumen’s continued investment in next generation solutions that transform digital experiences and meet the demands of today’s global businesses.

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BangDB launches APIs for AI, graph and stream processing for emerging use cases in data analytics

Bangalore, India. 07 July, 2022 – AI database firm BangDB has launched the REST APIs for its converged data platform. BangDB is the database which makes it highly suitable for modern applications that require predictive real time analysis for fast moving data from devices, sensors and machines. By bringing AI, stream processing, graph and the database together in a single product, BangDB has created a modern stack to disrupt the data analysis market.

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Telco network-as-a-service is a US$75bn opportunity if they invest and align early

Networks have been commoditised over the last few years and the cost of connectivity has fallen. Value has shifted from network infrastructure to the services built on top of the network. Enterprises need scalable solutions that offer cloud-native agility, multi-cloud accessibility, and services that can dynamically fluctuate to support digital transformation. This has led to significant interest in the network-as-a-service (NaaS) market. Global technology intelligence firm ABI Research expects this market to expand significantly reaching over US$150 billion (€146.58 billion) by 2030.

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New unified Qualcomm AI stack portfolio revolutionises developer access and extends AI leadership

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has announced Qualcomm AI Stack portfolio, accelerating the company’s leadership in artificial intelligence (AI) and the Connected Intelligent Edge. Combining and improving its AI software offerings, Qualcomm AI Stack is a comprehensive AI solution for OEMs and developers, supporting a wide range of intelligent devices with broad AI software access and compatibility. For the first time, a single AI software portfolio works across Qualcomm Technologies-powered devices, spanning the wide range of Connected Intelligent Edge products including mobile, automotive, XR, compute, IoT, and cloud platforms.

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New ETSI White Paper and MEC Hackathon for app developers

Sophia Antipolis, France. 16 June, 2022 – The ETSI MEC (multi access edge computing) group is pleased to announce a new White Paper which aims to describe the deployment options related to MEC federation, especially from an architectural point of view. With a key focus on ETSI MEC implementations, it also aims to provide an open approach taking into account other standards and technologies, including those from 3GPP SA working group 6 and GSMA OPG.

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Spirent CF400 appliance delivers accelerated, scalable network performance and security validation

San Jose, CA. 16 June 2022 – Spirent Communications plc, the provider of test and assurance solutions for devices and networks, is significantly extending the cybersecurity testing capabilities of its CyberFlood security and application performance test solution with the introduction of the CF400 Appliance. This new ultra-high performance platform accelerates the validation of hyperscale networks and security controls required to support the rapidly expanding volume of encrypted traffic and increased cybersecurity requirements of large enterprises and telco carriers.

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How telcos are using behavioural science to drive relevance and increase revenues?

There’s a widening disparity between truly personalised, relevant marketing communications and run of the mill, superficially personalised experiences. Behavioural science can enable brand owners to adopt a privacy first approach to engaging in truly personalised and relevant marketing communications, at a time when 76% of consumers say that being treated as an individual plays a key role in their consideration of brands. 78% of consumers also say it makes them more likely to repurchase, with the vast majority agreeing that the more personalisation they see from a business, the more loyal they feel, says Sharifah Armirah, chief client officer, Intent HQ.

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Extreme Networks’ AIOps and SD-WAN solutions aim to cut risk and lower operational costs

Nashville, United States. 07 June, 2022 – Extreme Networks, Inc., a specialist in cloud networking, has introduced a suite of new solutions, to create new ways for customers to drive better outcomes from their networks in the era of the infinite enterprise. The company has extended its ExtremeCloud portfolio to include new SD-WAN and AIOps with digital twin capabilities – enabling customers to deliver secure connectivity at the edge of the network, speed cloud deployments and uncover actionable insights – all from within a single platform.

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EVs are great! But who’s keeping tabs on fraud risk at charging stations?

With the rising concerns about climate change, electric vehicles (EVs) have emerged as a suitable alternative to petrol- and diesel-powered engines, in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in line with COP26 resolutions. The energy players, no doubt, will play a pivotal role in this evolution by powering charging infrastructure for the rapidly growing sales of EVs, say Kumar Aditya, senior analyst and Anand Chandrashaker, senior domain principal at Infosys BPM.

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F5 collaborates with SoftBank Corp. to offer advanced edge computing solutions

Seattle & Tokyo – F5 has announced collaboration with SoftBank Corp. to provide advanced Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) services in Japan and international markets. SoftBank began nationwide deployment of MEC for 5G SA (5G MEC) in May 2022 in Japan and has selected F5 Distributed Cloud Services to host and protect MEC applications for use cases such as IoT, smart buildings, smart retail, gaming, and AR/VR. F5’s cloud-based services will provide the foundation for a low-latency, high-quality, and secure application communications environment through cloud technology, supporting SoftBank’s efforts in promoting digital transformation and the realisation of a digital twin model at various companies and organisations.

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Kyndryl and Cisco to collaborate on network and edge computing solutions for enterprise customer

New York, 2 June 2022 – Kyndryl, an IT infrastructure services provider, and Cisco announced a technology partnership to help enterprise customers accelerate their transformation into data-driven businesses powered by Cisco solutions and Kyndryl managed services.

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Infinitely expand your home automation system with Ezlo’s new smart home bundle

Bloomfield, New Jersey – Ezlo Innovation, an IoT platform developer, launched a new smart home bundle, designed to connect with anything to create an entire, whole home automation solution. The bundle features a new doorbell with InstaVue technology and an edge computing controller, called Ezlo Plus, which is able to control the latest Z-Wave, Zigbee, and RF devices along with thousands of Wi-Fi products to enable an infinitely scalable and cost effective smart home.

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More than half of CIOs and network engineers cite cybersecurity as the top risk in digital transformation

Edison, NJ, USA. 25 May 2022 – Network engineers and CIOs agree that cybersecurity issues pose the greatest risk to organisations that don’t put networks at the heart of their digital transformation plans. According to research commissioned by Opengear, a Digi International company, 53% of network engineers and 52% of CIOs who participated in the survey​in the US, UK, France, Germany and Australia include cybersecurity in their list of their biggest risks.

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Multi-access edge computing spend to reach $23Bn globally by 2027

Hampshire, UK. 23rd May 2022 – A new study from Juniper Research has predicted that global MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) spend will grow from $8.8 billion (€8.25 billion) in 2022, to $22.7 billion (€21.28 billion) by 2027. This growth of 260% will be driven by increasing requirements for on-premises machine learning and low-latency connectivity; enabled by 5G technology.

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