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2019 4th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Internet of Things
2019 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLOUD COMPUTING AND INTERNET OF THINGS
September 20-22, 2019
CCIOT 2019 is meant for researchers from academia, industries and research & development organizations all over the globe interested in the areas of Cloud Computing and Internet of Things.

MarketsandMarkets Industry 4.0 Conference: Cybersecurity & Industrial Internet of Things
MARKETSANDMARKETS INDUSTRY 4.0 CONFERENCE: CYBERSECURITY & INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS
September 23-24, 2019
Join MarketsandMarkets Industry 4.0 Conference: Cybersecurity & Industrial Internet of Things at Chicago, USA to address the recent case studies, roundtable discussions and much more about the need, integration, challenges in space of cybersecurity and industrial automation. Come & network w...

ASI International Limited Company

Abdalla Salim Ibrahim International Limited Company was established in October 2015 in Sudan, ASI ILC is one of the leading companies in the field of telecommunication and IT services and now has branches in South Africa as well as Rwanda. ASI ILC has a number of experienced and competent international engineers to deliver outstanding and timely services to customers. The company also has partnerships with international companies in the field of communications and information technology in order to improve its services and reach the world.

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THANKS to the rapid growth of the internet of things (IoT), businesses are getting access to more data in real-time, for a number of new sources. That’s a big opportunity for businesses but it also presents a huge risk in terms of cybersecurity. The data that IoT networks ferry to and from devices is a fertile ground for cybercriminals to intercept traffic and steal or manipulate data. To protect the data, enterprises are constantly working on deploying strong IoT security. However, as muc...

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An “exceptional adoption” in China has lifted the global number of cellular IoT subscribers by 70% to reach 1.2 billion in 2018, says a report released by Berg Insight. The research firm predicts that there will be 9 billion IoT devices connected to cellular networks worldwide by 2023. China, which accounted for 63% of the global installed base in 2018, is expected to continue to be the key driver for IoT adoption, as the Chinese government is actively driving adoption as a tool for ...

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Technical service provider, TUV SUD, has launched its IoT cellular testing service. The service will be accommodated within the existing facility, claimed to be the only laboratory in the UK to offer a dedicated Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) test and certification service. Explaining the rationale for the service, TUV SUD explained that NB-IoT enables multiple machines, devices and services to be connected inexpensively and energy-efficiently to optimise battery life. The service performs regulatory t...

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SINGAPORE is charging ahead with its digital transformation agenda, be it in the public services space or in the commercial market. Organizations of all sizes are working on ensuring that they’re making the most of the technology that is available to them in the market. One of these technologies, the internet of things (IoT), is quite a hit in Singapore and the rest of the region. It enables businesses to collect data from users in real-time, something that wasn’t possible ever befor...

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The global rollout of cellular IoT networks is gathering pace to support new NB-IoT and LTE-M solutions. We’ve rounded up many of the important announcements. The latest mobile network to support Internet of Things implementations consists of two new communication technologies: NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) and LTE-M. NB-IoT provides excellent coverage and is ideal for things that run on batteries and only occasionally send data via the network. LTE-M has much in common, but can send more data f...

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Chinese tech companies are gearing up for the launch of Shanghai’s new technology innovation board. Internet of Things’ start-ups are set to be the greatest beneficiaries when it goes live in a few months’ time. The new board will adopt a registration-based IPO system. Most importantly, the rules lower the listing threshold with a focus on RD credentials instead of profits, which allows companies that are yet to make a profit to list....

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The evolution of edge computing means that internet of things (IoT) devices need more smarts to make decisions rather just shipping data to be crunched to the cloud this means that more memory is required without increasing its footprint. Adesto Technologies’ latest non-volatile memory (NVM) family is aimed at both consumer and industrial IoT devices that need to be able to do more than just ship data off to the cloud. Dubbed FusionHD, it’s an extension of the company Fusion family b...

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Ericsson has outlined its vision for cellular IoT and introduced new solutions to help service providers address future needs of industry verticals such automotive, manufacturing, and utilities The Swedish telecoms equipment vendor identified four market segments, as the application of cellular IoT progressing from basic use cases of asset tracking and smart metering to increasingly complex applications like autonomous vehicles and collaborative robotics in manufacturing. The incremental approac...
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The launch of new data centers in Indonesia indicates that there is an extensive shift in business priorities that is driving the local enterprises to adopt multi-cloud strategies. Therefore, the demand for hosting infrastructure services will increase as more enterprises in Indonesia are investing in digital transformation (DX) journey. IDC foresees the expansion of Alibaba in Indonesia will potentially create new growth opportunities for local enterprises as the rise in data centers in Indones...
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A report on IoT spending by market researcher IDC has found the Asia/Pacific region (excluding Japan) will be the global leader for IoT spending (Internet of Things) this year. IDC estimates that Asia-Pacific countries, which include Australia, will account for around 36.9 percent of worldwide spending on IoT in 2019, followed by the US and Western Europe each with 26.1 percent. Not surprisingly, China was the top IoT spender in the region last year, with a total of US$159.1 billion, followed by...
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EVENTS

2019 4th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Internet of Things
2019 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLOUD COMPUTING AND INTERNET OF THINGS
September 20-22, 2019
CCIOT 2019 is meant for researchers from academia, industries and research & development organizations all over the globe interested in the areas of Cloud Computing and Internet of Things.

MarketsandMarkets Industry 4.0 Conference: Cybersecurity & Industrial Internet of Things
MARKETSANDMARKETS INDUSTRY 4.0 CONFERENCE: CYBERSECURITY & INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS
September 23-24, 2019
Join MarketsandMarkets Industry 4.0 Conference: Cybersecurity & Industrial Internet of Things at Chicago, USA to address the recent case studies, roundtable discussions and much more about the need, integration, challenges in space of cybersecurity and industrial automation. Come & network w...