This issue showcases some of the most influential and innovative CEOs in the industry. These include insights from Sami Slim of Telehouse France, Meno Parsons of Master Power Technologies, and Spencer Lamb of Kao Data, just to name a handful. It exemplifies how quickly the sector is developing and building a more sustainable future.
Innovators Magazine was born in 2015, following the launch of the UN Sustainable Development Goals the same year, with the aim of taking a solutions journalism approach to telling stories about the innovators advancing the Global Goals. Our amazing community of contributors, active in fields such as creativity, frontier technologies, global food systems, biotechnology, and social justice, have been sharing these stories for nearly a decade, in the process creating a multimedia resource that promotes ideas, solutions and opportunities for driving systemic change.
IoT Now was launched in 2010 and today is read by more than 220,000 Internet of Things (IoT) professionals in over 100 countries worldwide. It has become the leading global brand in this industry explaining, developing and refining IoT-enabled business. Global news, interviews, videos, podcasts and feature articles are published online every day. IoT Now is written by world leading journalists and Analysts in this space and produces a quarterly digital magazine, and a monthly email newsletter -- both available free of charge. Our editors regularly post on social media, we host Live webinars and podcasts with our industry partners. Expert Panellists from IoT Now contribute to the monthly Trending Tech Podcast, analysing business opportunities and overcoming technical challenges in a uniquely entertaining, provocative and amusing format.
At its simplest, the Internet of Things (IoT) involves devices sharing data in a wired or wireless network. Yet, the IoT has also become the largest and most complex information network that humans have ever created. The IoT was once made up of one-to-one connections, recording simple remote events such as temperature changes or stock levels. Today, however, enterprises are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to cut operating costs, roll out innovative customer services and generate new revenues in all industrial and social sectors; from monitoring vehicle, driver and load conditions to controlling smart cities, utilities and waste management, from remote healthcare and smart homes, to connected agriculture and manufacturing.
New services need flexible business models, and partner ecosystems are evolving. Today there is strong competition for fixed line and licenced cellular networks from low cost, low power-consumption, long range, proprietary networks. They can all deliver long-term services, and a rapid Return on Investment in sectors as diverse as domestic energy metering and remote monitoring of industrial machines. And as satellite connection costs fall and capabilities grow, next gen IoT services are now in reach.
For more than 65 years, Microwave Journal® has been THE resource for engineers who are developing the latest technologies for the high frequency electronics sector. Microwave Journal provides leading-edge technical content for RF, microwave and wireless engineers worldwide. In this month’s February issue, themed Satellite & Radio Communications, our cover feature, “A Review of the Current Broadband Satellite Communications Market,” is written by Olin College of Engineering. Also included is a perspective from Analog Devices, along with special reports from Hughes and imec. Don’t miss out. Subscribe today @mwjournal.com.
Mobile Europe is the leading B2B title for the telecoms industry, exploring operators’ technology strategies and providing CTOs and their teams with news, analysis and opinion about the latest developments in the sector.
Mobile Magazine, January 2023 - building a more inclusive future for telcoms
Description: This issue of Mobile Magazine showcases some of the most influential, pioneering women in technology. These include insights from Lisa Schwarz of Oracle, Helena Nimmo of Endava, and Edwige A. Robinson of T-MOBILE, just to name a handful. It exemplifies how quickly the sector is developing, and how successfully DE&I initiatives are paying off.
Telecoms 2023: Meaningful growth in challenging times.
How telecoms can adapt and offer customers and other stakeholders an attractive way forward in markets facing inflation, and geopolitical and environmental challenges.
AR/VR Technology: A New Era in Gaming Evolution
PhoneWorld Magazine is a premium news and analysis website for Pakistan mobile Eco-system that focuses on the burning issues of the industry related to Policy, Regulations, Operators, Distribution, Application Development, Devices and Academia. Through our website, social media and print magazine we strive to provide an enlightening, entertaining and outspoken perspective regarding the ongoing progress in the industry.
Our basic aim is to bridge the gap between industry stakeholders by providing them a unified platform to discuss and nurture new ideas that are imperative for Digital Pakistan. Mobile technology has the power to connect people together for collective progress and socioeconomic development of the country and we are proud to perform our share of work through Phone World Magazine.
Now in its 24th year of publication, VanillaPlus reaches more than 50,000 readers worldwide socially, digitally and online. With an enviable list of partners, VanillaPlus explains the latest business plans and technologies for the world’s fixed and mobile network operators, internet & digital service providers. VanillaPlus carries the latest international communications news, offering Free Article downloads, and an unrivalled Contract Hot List of newly-signed Telecoms IT deals. Not only are these Insights delivered to you free of charge, they are not available elsewhere. We bring you a global Event Diary, Expert panels in our international Webinars, plus Special Reports written exclusively for VanillaPlus by leading Analysts on topics such as LTE, Security, Data Management, Better Billing, and Mobile Video. Each month, VanillaPlus also contributes to reports and podcasts for Trending Tech (https://trendingtech.io/), with internationally-recognised experts sharing their insights in areas such as 5G, Cloud, Edge, Fraud & Zero Trust, OpenRAN, Sustainable Communications, and Software Defined Networks (SDN).VanillaPlus
In this month's edition, we explore the British Army's digital transformation journey, the challenges encountered and the next phases. We also look into how cloud-based businesses can look for threats from cyberattackers, and hear from Drata CEO Adam Markowitz on his journey from Space Shuttle engineer to startup leader.
Delivered by test solution provider COMPRION, the new service enables mobile and other network operators to test how their eSIM profiles interact with an extensive range of consumer eSIM devices, including smartphones, wearables, tablets and laptops. This helps to address individual interoperability and compatibility issues prior to deployment and is particularly beneficial for Tier 2 and 3 operators with more limited resource for comprehensive in-house testing.
Ian Pannell, Chief Engineer, GSMA, commented: “GSMA is very pleased to see the emergence of a service that promotes interoperability between eSIM hardware, operator profiles and servers. With the emergence of eSIM-only smartphones in some markets, this service is essential for consumer confidence.”
CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, is the recognized leader in business and financial news internationally. With headquarters in New Jersey, New York, London, Singapore and Abu Dhabi, CNBC covers global financial markets in real-time, offering breaking news, stocks and trading analysis and exclusive interviews. Its mission is to provide senior business leaders, the financial community and those with assets to invest or protect with an essential 24-hour briefing.
CNBC is a division of NBCUniversal.
Euronews is Europe’s leading International News channel, available in 17 languages and reaching over 400 million households worldwide across 160 countries. Every month, Euronews’ website and app attract an average of 25 million unique visitors and over 27 million people follow Euronews on social media platforms.
For 30 years, we bring explanation, sense and reason in the world, connecting the dots beyond the News bulletins.
Euronews Next is our digital destination to help tomorrow’s business leaders to think ahead. With specialist insights and inspiring stories, we cover the biggest business and tech trends in Europe and beyond: future of Home, Cities, Money, Mobility, Health. To get exclusive content on Innovation and the New Economy please visit Euronews Next
The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of 1.2 million, more than one million of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.
Fortune drives the conversation about business. With a global perspective, the guiding wisdom of history, and an unflinching eye to the future, we report and reveal the stories that matter today—and that will matter even more tomorrow. With the trusted power to convene and challenge those who are shaping industry, commerce, and society around the world, Fortune lights the path for global leaders—and gives them the tools to make business better.
The Wall Street Journal is thrilled to announce its inaugural Journal House at MWC 2023 in Barcelona. Our home away from home and yours, Journal House is an oasis among busy schedules and bustling corridors. You’ll connect with tech leaders from around the world, and hear unscripted interviews between our journalists and the decision-makers at the forefront of tech’s biggest transformations.
The newsroom is building an exceptional program, covering the topics making tech headlines: the mobile technology landscape, next-generation cellular networks, virtual reality, layoffs amid continued economic turmoil, data privacy, regulation and sustainability.
EL PAÍS is the top-ranking Spanish-language media outlet, reaching to 500 million people around the globe, and more than 260,000 digital subscribers.
Founded in 1976, it sets the gold standard for news, independence and innovation. More than 450 journalists work round the clock to keep the three online editions of the newspaper permanently updated: Spain, America, with 4 local Edition (Mexico, Colombia, Argentina y Chile) and USA, an English version. EL PAÍS has newsrooms in Madrid, Barcelona, Mexico DF, Washington, Bogotá, Buenos Aires and Brussels and one of the most complete networks of correspondents and collaborators in the world.
Variety is the #1 entertainment news brand*. After 118 years of award-winning breaking news reporting, insightful award-season coverage, must-read feature spotlights, and intelligent analysis of the industry’s most prominent players by the largest entertainment business news team, Variety remains the most trusted source for the business of global entertainment. Read by a highly engaged audience of industry insiders, executive level professionals and decision makers, Variety’s multi-platform content coverage expands across digital, mobile, social, print, as well as podcasts, branded content, data, events and summits. Variety is the vital read in every entertainment capital in over 84 countries.
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