5G to 6G Transition: Road to Advanced Technology, IoT, Infrastructure and Distributed Intelligence

The world is witnessing a rapid acceleration in the evolution of the mobile or wireless technology landscape. The telco industry has quickly progressed over a short time…

Raw Material for Industry 4.0

Data – The Raw Material for Industry 4.0

Data is crucial for companies to build products & meet customer demands in the age of smart manufacturing. Read this article to learn how companies are utilizing data for better business benefits.

Industry 4.0 – The Path to Full Industrial Automation

The first three industrial revolutions are complete, and the fourth one is just beginning. What will full industrial automation look like? Let’s find out!

Top 4 Edge Technologies for IoT

Edge computing has enabled IoT and brought incredible business benefits. Read on to learn about the top 4 edge computing technologies for IoT and make an educated choice for your business.

IoT- the Future in the Making

IoT seems to be one of the fastest growing technologies in nearly every field and it will be interesting as well as safe to explore the aspects of this technology, which is predicted to grow and generate tremendous revenue.

Extending a Ticket Analyzer for AI-based Alert Management in Various IoT Domains

For quite some time now, data scientists and machine and deep learning (ML/DL) experts are using different techniques to automate triaging and analysis of tickets in various hi-tech sectors.

The Role of Networking in Enabling IoT

It is interesting to see how the world of networking is evolving to support the demands of technologies such as IoT.

[Infoblog] Edge Computing in the IoT

Edge computing is a distributed computing paradigm which brings computation and data storage closer to the location where it is needed,…

[Infoblog] Data Management in IoT

View an infoblog on IoT Data management

Smart Shop Floor – The Next Industry Revolution

Industries had undergone three revolutions till. First being, mechanization and using indirect combustion for powering up mechanization through water and steam power (Industry 1.0). Second revolution brought complicated machinery for mass production and used electrical power (Industry 2.0).