Semantic interoperability

15 September 2020

By transforming the environment with billions of active devices, IoT will enable countless possibilities from autonomous vehicles to wearable technology, connected health and smarter cities

By transforming the environment with billions of active devices, IoT will enable countless possibilities from autonomous vehicles to wearable technology, connected health and smarter cities

The Internet of Things (IoT) market is expected to be worth $1.1 trillion by 2021, as it continues to expand across different verticals, with China among the fastest developing regions.

By transforming the environment with billions of active devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) will enable countless possibilities from autonomous vehicles to wearable technology, connected health and smarter cities.

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Security versus productivity

15 September 2020

Iain Shearman, MD, KCOM 

Iain Shearman, MD, KCOM 

As organisations continue on the road to digital transformation, there’s a key consideration, which  is the extent to which they adopt hybrid multi-cloud technology platforms. This technology approach often brings several benefits to organisations and productivity improvements is most definitely being one of the greatest.  

However, it’s not always straightforward and adopting the cloud is not without security and implementation risks as it often presents plenty of bugs that need to be resolved. This means that firms are at the mercy of hackers until bugs have been dealt with and ‘transformation’ is completed.

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UK set for Terragraph multi-gigabit technology

11 September 2020

UK enterprises could soon be offered 10Gbps services using Facebook’s Terragraph technology, thanks to a raft of wireless internet providers.

The project is part of Facebook Connectivity, a division of the social media corporation that is responsible for network investments, high-altitude platforms, the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) and other initiatives. Terragraph promises low cost broadband delivery at speeds of over one gigabit, with the potential for over 10 gigabits using license-exempt fixed wireless access (FWA) in the UK by the end of 2020. 

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Survey reveals 75% of UK firms using AI, but challenges persist

11 September 2020

The Artificial Intelligence in Europe Survey, conducted by Interxion, showed that enterprise roadmaps for AI deployment over the next two years are already quite concrete

The Artificial Intelligence in Europe Survey, conducted by Interxion, showed that enterprise roadmaps for AI deployment over the next two years are already quite concrete

A new survey has revealed that three quarters of UK enterprises are actively leveraging or testing artificial intelligence (AI) today.

The Artificial Intelligence in Europe Survey, conducted by colocation data centre services provider, Interxion, showed that enterprise roadmaps for AI deployment over the next two years are already quite concrete. Despite this, many enterprises are looking to ramp up their AI efforts, but lack the appropriate infrastructure to do so.

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