The Internet of Things (IoT) stands for ubiquitous connectivity, ubiquitous computing and ubiquitous Data Analytics, said Aruna Sundararajan, Telecom Secretary, Government of India
Dublin-based Magnet Networks which deals in IoT solutions is now expanding to India. Isha Saraf, Regional VP South East Asia and India, will be heading Magnet’s business in India.
From the upcoming Union Budget 2019, Nasscom is looking for TDS cut, FTC and more money for digital skilling in AI, IoT and 3D.
In 2019, we might see some unexpected trends taking industry by storm. What’s for certain though is the continued dominance of artificial intelligence, automation, machine learning and smart devices.
With the aim to attract mobile manufacture to Bihar, Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) held a Mobile Manufacturers Conclave in New Delhi.
IT Industry must watch out for new innovation in augmented reality, artificial intelligence and cyber security in 2019
Trends that captured everyone’s attention in 2018 will continue to play a key role in the coming year as well. Below are the top 5 IT industry trends to watch out for in 2019.
Indian telecom industry can mulitply its growth if it could set up robust telecom infra for reaping the benefits of next-gen technologies like 5G, IoT and M2M.
In an exclusive interview with TechObserver.in, Facilio CEO Prabhu Ramachandran says that his company is looking for an aggressive global growth in 2019.
Cyient’s TOC solution using WebNMS IoT platform will help tower management companies to optimize their asset utilization
Internet of Things (IoT) is widely recognized by enterprises as one of the most important emerging technologies.