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We live in a 24/7 connected society. Telcos now face challenges that are suitably different from those a decade ago. From the need to adjust to the...Continue reading »
By Alex Salkever, Global Product Manager of Cloud Computing
So why is Telefonica Digital a strong supporter of Nodestack? It’s all about the need for speed – and MongoDB and Node.js. Applications in today’s world require insane speed at all the various...Continue reading »
Are we headed toward a future where our insurance premiums are determined by how we drive? Probably.
At the center of the next information revolution is machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.
Estimates from GSMA
By 2020 there will be a staggering 20 billion connected devices...Continue reading »
In 2010, there were 34 million people in the world infected with HIV/AIDS, according to data collected by Avert. Almost 23 million of them live in Sub Saharan Africa, where this epidemic is taking a huge toll.
This horrifying data is worrisome...Continue reading »
With the ongoing celebration of the London Olympic Games, we wanted to highlight some stories of how machine-to-machine (M2M) is used in this scenario. For instance, have you ever wondered how the starter pistols for races work? Just gripping the...Continue reading »
1966’s American sci-fi show Star Trek showed the space adventures of the crew of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise in the 23rd century. The future imagined by Gene Roddenberry also worked the other way and inspired real world scientists and engineers to achieve technological...Continue reading »
We live in a world with finite resources. Even if in the past, mankind was prone to ignore this fact in favour of uncontrolled economic growth, we are reaching a point of no return in terms of exhaustion of resources...Continue reading »
The world consumes nearly 3 trillion pounds of meat, fish, fruits and vegetables combined each year, according to figures from the FAO and IFPRI. In 2030, this number will increase to 4 trillion pounds. An ever-increasing population growth just means...Continue reading »
Think about this – there are estimated to be a staggering 1 billion ‘connected machines’ or machine to machine (M2M) solutions across the world. This spans connected vans, smart meters, home monitors, public security and CCTV, traffic lights, digital signs or...Continue reading »