Topic: telecommunication

Intel expects PCs with fast 5G wireless to ship in late 2019

Intel and PC partners including Dell, Lenovo, and Microsoft have begun talking up PCs with integrated 5G connectivity, scheduled to ship late next year.

Telcos urged to collaborate with colocation firms for edge computing demand

Colocation providers have been advised to partner with telecommunications firms in response to the increasing demand for edge computing.

The era of data analytics revolution is real: Noshin Kagalwalla, SAS

Analytics isn’t an afterthought for digital businesses with the advent of new technologies like IoT, ML and AI, says Noshin Kagalwalla, MD at SAS India.

Cisco is back in love with the network: Sameer Garde, Cisco

We have the perfect tech blueprint for the digital transformation storm facing IT leaders in 2018, says Sameer Garde, President, Cisco India.

Affordable telemedicine: Bridging the rural-urban divide in healthcare

Telemedicine will be the highlight of 2018 as it has the potential to take quality healthcare to remote and inhospitable terrains across the country.

Nokia 1 Release Date, Price & Specification Rumours

Since Nokia unveiled its first Android phones a little over a year ago we've seen it introduce the Nokia 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8. But we're still waiting for the Nokia 1, the entry-level model in its line-up, and the Nokia 9, its flagship.

Wide-area networks: What WANs are and where they’re headed

WANs connect smaller networks across long distances, and their architecture, protocols and technologies have evolved to their latest incarnation, SD-WAN.

More advances ahead in machine learning, AI, AR and VoLTE: Deloitte

More than 60 percent of all broadband subscribers will utilize (VoLTE) technology, surpassing 5 billion subscribers globally by 2023.

Part of brain that triggers 'uncanny valley' unease pinpointed

When robots are made to look more human-like, we become more empathetic towards them. Make them too realistic, however, and those positive feelings quickly turn to revulsion and spark similar reactions to those we would have to seeing a corpse.

Global IT spending to reach USD 3.7 trillion in 2018: Gartner

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total USD 3.7 trillion in 2018, an increase of 4.5 percent from 2017, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.

IT system change left Vodafone in breach of mobile ID rules

​Telco provider, Vodafone, found itself in hot water after an IT system upgrade meant that it failed to verify the identity of some of its prepaid mobile customers.