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No Dead Spots: Small cells offer big promise
The telecommunications technology of small cells, which has long been used for select applications, is gaining prominence across all geographies. Today, the technology has a big impact on how we connect. 
Jio's bundled broadband plans may leave DTH firms vulnerable says Bank of America Merrill Lynch
According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch report Reliance Jio's recently announced bundled broadband services plans, under its offerings, JioFiber, may leave direct-to-home (DTH) firms ‘vulnerable’, and work out to be ‘neutral to slight negative’ for Bharti Airtel, resulting from…
Rising cyber-attacks on smart buildings driving global IT/OT security market, says Frost & Sullivan
According to a report by Frost & Sullivan, widespread digitisation of building operations along with a rise in  incidences of cyber-attacks on operational environments are leading to the growing adoption of  information technology (IT)/operational technology (OT) security services in smart…
India most attacked nation in IoT space during QE June 2019; cyberattacks grew by 22 per cent, says Subex report
According to Subex’s State of Internet of Things (IoT) Security report, cyberattacks on IoT deployments in India grew by 22 per cent in the quarter ended (QE) June 2019, making India the most attacked nation in the IoT space.
Changing Structure: Tower industry set to witness a major overhaul
The telecom tower industry in India is in the process of a structural overhaul. A change in the base transceiver station (BTS) technology mix (2G/3G to 4G), consolidation in the industry, and the gradual exit of smaller tower operators have…
AI will create global business value worth $2.9 trillion in 2021, says Gartner
According to Gartner Inc, artificial intelligence (AI) augmentation will create a business value of $2.9 trillion and 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity globally in 2021.
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