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Real-time processor combines higher performance and access to greater memory

In a world of billions of connected devices, data processing can no longer ony happen in the cloud. Computational storage is emerging as a critical piece of the data storage puzzle because it puts processing power directly on the storage device, giving companies secure, quick and easy access to vital information.

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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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Telehealth software aims to bridge gap between physicians and patients

A recent market research study predicts that the global telehealth software market will surge at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% between the forecast years of 2020 and 2030. Use of information and communication technologies in support of healthcare delivery is poised to become indispensable, says Dhaval Kate, research manager Electronics, Semiconductors, and ICT at Future Market Insights.

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