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High-performance computing and rapid NVMe storage launched by Advantech

Advantech, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) systems and embedded platforms, has announced the latest 3.5″ SBC MIO-5393 powered by 9th Gen. Intel Xeon/Core. Featuring a compact 146 x 102 mm (5.78 x 4.01 in) design, this single board computer offers impressive I/O functionality and domain-focused features like CANBus.

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G-Core Labs launches platform to help develop AI-based apps faster

G-Core Labs, an international provider of cloud and edge solutions, has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that is part of the company’s public cloud. The platform reportedly allows business and development teams to significantly reduce the time-to-market of their applications based on artificial intelligence.

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Mobile business messaging to reach 2.7trn messages globally in 2020

A new study from Juniper Research has found that global mobile business messaging traffic will increase by 10% this year to 2.7 trillion, up from 2.5 trillion last year. The mobile business messaging market is comprised of three main messaging protocols: SMS, RCS (Rich Communication Services), and OTT (Over-the-Top) messaging applications.

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3D printed electronics touted for ‘agile, on-demand manufacturing’

Following the release of a new IDTechEx report, “3D Electronics 2020-2030: Technologies, Forecasts, Players“. Dr Matthew Dyson, technology analyst examines various approaches to 3D electronics, Here. He evaluates the different technologies, their potential adoption barriers and their applicability to the different application areas.

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Industrial providers identify cloud as single Important solution to thriving in the new normal

Industrial organisations are opting for Cloud, Digital Twin, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation technologies to address the complexities of today’s challenging macro-economic environment. This is according to AVEVA, a global provider in engineering and industrial software.

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Catch me if you can: Protecting mobile subscriber privacy in 5G

In today’s connected world, mobile networks carry a virtual trace of our lives as they unfold minute-by-minute. Smartphones, smartwatches and fitness trackers, tablets and PCs, connected cars, and even smart home appliances, constantly collate our most personal and sensitive data, says Stephane Jacquelin, chair of the Trusted Connectivity Alliance Mobile Privacy Working Group.

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5G could deliver up to $3.3 trillion of economic and social value in Latin America by 2035

Omdia and Nokia’s “Why 5G in Latin America” report finds 5G will come to Latin America, sooner rather than later. The region lags its peers in productivity and economic growth, both of which will be enhanced by digital transformation. This, in turn, requires significantly enhanced broadband communications, and that leads to 5G which could add $3.3 trillion (2.7 trillion) of value by 2035 and a $9 trillion (7 trillion) improvement in productivity.

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Charity transforms cash assistance with new prepaid cards

The British Red Cross has transformed its approach to cash assistance in the event of emergencies following a new partnership with banking-as-a-service provider Bankable and specialised payments platform Paysafe. Cash assistance is the means by which British Red Cross delivers financial aid during emergencies to make sure that recipients are able to access the goods and services they really need.

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How IoT can make the logistics industry more sustainable

Everything that gets stored, shipped or delivered spends some time on or in a crate, pallet, bin or some other container. While recent years have seen a shift away from single-use, one-way platforms and containers towards those designed for multiple use, more can be done to increase sustainability within the logistics industry. For example, says Damien Stephens, associate vice president – Mobility & IoT at Tata Communications, each year 10% to 40% of the supply chain assets disappear, almost without any trace.

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Global private LTE outlook improves in healthcare, manufacturing and autonomous vehicles

The demand for network connectivity has been growing, predominantly in supporting mission-critical business applications. Every line of business has undergone rapid digital and automation transformation, says Yogesh Desale, market research analyst at MarketsandMarkets. In the digital transformation era, businesses are embracing best-of-breed technologies for improving operational efficiency and streamlining business operations.

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