Infrastructure, Platforms

Forecasting the Future of Genomic Data Management

August 14, 2023

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Genomics is the study of the complete set of DNA in a person or other organism. DNA underpins a large proportion of an individual's health and disease status, therefore a genomic medicine approach is increasingly being applied in clinical settings.

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Machina Research

Machina Research is the world's leading advisor on the Internet of Things, M2M and Big Data. Through multi-client reports and client-specific consultancy Machina Research helps telcos, technology vendors, service providers and end users to understand and embrace the opportunities created by the wide range of new forms of connected devices in the Internet of Things.

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4 Keys to Managing IT Remotely

whitePaper | January 12, 2022

The advantages of a well-designed remote IT management solution become indispensable once it enables MSPs and IT departments to do all of the following remotely: Run and maintain IT infrastructure to significantly reduce the average ticket response time Perform maintenance tasks during off hours to avoid interrupting employees Be proactive instead of reactive by keeping software current and safe from cyberattacks, with endpoints protected and data backed up Gain real-time insights into IT infrastructure and share them with business stakeholders to help evaluate current conditions, make timely decisions, and project future needs Boost operational efficiency and reduce costs by monitoring devices and addressing potential problems before they become major issues

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Powering the Internet of Things with End-to-End Battery Testing

whitePaper | January 24, 2023

Technology is advancing rapidly, transforming many aspects of society, including how we communicate, navigate, and treat diseases. The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing rapidly as there are more electronics than ever to run accurate diagnostics, more sensors to increase autonomy, and better connectivity to avoid interference. Plus, the miniaturization of semiconductor components and advancement in electronic display technologies enables consumer electronic (CE) devices to become compact.

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Smart Intersections – IoT insights using Wi-Fi

whitePaper | November 28, 2019

Globally, more than 1.25 million people die in road traffic crashes every year and a further 50 million people are injured or disabled.¹ Meanwhile, congestion costs Australians $16.5 billion in 2015, according to the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics. The price of congestion is expected to double between $27.7 and $37.3 billion by 2030, without major policy changes.

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The Matter Standard: Implementing Improved Security and Connectivity for the Smart Home

whitePaper | June 8, 2022

The smart home continues to evolve in available functions and complexity as several different connectivity protocols from numerous suppliers target a variety of products for use in smart homes. However, many consumers (71% according to incontrol) acknowledge fear of their personal information being stolen while using smart home products. At the same time, ease of use for user-installed products has often been elusive.

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The Work Ahead in IoT: The Gap Widens Between IoT ‘Haves’ and ‘Have-nots

whitePaper | May 9, 2022

The current task with IoT is to drive performance outcomes by combining it with other advanced technologies and gaining buy-in from the employees essential to making digital initiatives possible.

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Why Wi-Fi 6 goeshand-in-hand with cellular to enable thehyper-connected enterprise future

whitePaper | August 22, 2022

Wi-Fi 6 is increasingly seen as a complementary to cellular technologies such as LTE-M and even 5G –when it becomes widely available. In private networks, the performance uplift of Wi-Fi 6 over Wi-Fi 5 is substantial and more than sufficient to support innovative use cases such as automated guided vehicles, industrial robots and many other applications.

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Machina Research

Machina Research is the world's leading advisor on the Internet of Things, M2M and Big Data. Through multi-client reports and client-specific consultancy Machina Research helps telcos, technology vendors, service providers and end users to understand and embrace the opportunities created by the wide range of new forms of connected devices in the Internet of Things.

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