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Media (video) processing solutions are a collection of technologies, products, and services designed to handle the processing, manipulation, and optimization of video content. Applications of media (video) processing solutions help in various tasks related to video processing, such as video transcoding, video editing, video compression, video streaming, and video analytics.
Rep Id : TMRGL61422 | Published | IT and Telecom | June 2023
The maritime industry is a crucial backbone of global trade that facilitates the movement of goods and resources across continents. Maritime digitization is the process of applying digital technologies to maritime industry processes, to improve operations, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.
Rep Id : TMRGL85295 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
Cloud artificial intelligence (AI) solutions refer to a range of AI capabilities and services that are delivered through cloud computing platforms.
Rep Id : TMRGL85627 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
An edge data center is a small data center that runs near to the edge network. The devices found in edge data centers are the same as devices found in the traditional data centers, but in a smaller footprint. Edge data centers have the ability to deliver cached content and
Rep Id : TMRGL79151 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
Building energy simulation software is the development of physical-based modeling and simulation software to model and analyze the energy performance of buildings. Building performance simulation software helps evaluate the carbon footprint and sustainability of buildings, with the increase in awareness of the environmental impact.
Rep Id : TMRGL77350 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
Manufacturing analytics is the utilization of data and advanced technologies in the manufacturing industry to improve operations, ensure high-quality products, increase productivity, reduce costs, and optimize supply chains.
Rep Id : TMRGL13625 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
Augmented industrial reality is the application of AR to assist and enhance industrial processes by utilizing highly visual, interactive methods of digital information within enterprise and industrial spaces. Interactive technology applied to improve workforce efficiency in manufacturing, service, and operations, which is collectively known as augmented industrial reality.
Rep Id : TMRGL85589 | Published | IT and Telecom | May 2023
Outsourcing of engineering R&D services refers to the process of hiring an external service provider to manage a company's engineering research and development activities. This outsourcing approach allows companies to focus on their core competencies and business processes while using the expertise and resources of an external engineering service provider
Rep Id : TMRGL53820 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
AI in healthcare refers to the use of machine learning (ML) algorithms and other cognitive technologies such as computer vision, natural language processing, robotics, and deep learning in medical contexts. It is the use of machines to analyze and respond to medical data, frequently with the intention of forecasting a
Rep Id : TMRGL85584 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
FIDO authentication is a set of technology-agnostic security specifications essential for strong authentication. It supports Multifactor Authentication (MFA) and public key cryptography. FIDO authentication stores Personal Identification Information (PII), such as biometric authentication, locally on the customer’s device.
Rep Id : TMRGL80782 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
VoD is a streaming service that provides viewers the freedom and flexibility to watch their favorite videos at their convenience, without being restricted by preset broadcasting schedules. The service functions by storing video content on a server, which can be accessed by users at any time. Videos are streamed from
Rep Id : TMRGL11831 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the concept of connecting physical objects to the Internet. This encompasses hardware systems or devices that are capable of transmitting and receiving data over a network without the need for human intervention.
Rep Id : TMRGL85551 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
Digital risk management involves utilization of digital tools and processes to enhance the assessment and monitoring of various types of risks such as cybersecurity risk, operational risk, and third-party risk. These risks have the potential to negatively impact an organization's financial performance, operations, and reputation.
Rep Id : TMRGL85550 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
An online charging system (OCS) is a billing system that enables telecom operators to accurately charge their customers for various services, such as voice calls, data usage, and messaging as the services are being used in real-time.
Rep Id : TMRGL66629 | Published | IT and Telecom | April 2023
AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) refers to the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies with IoT (Internet of Things) devices. It enables the devices to analyze and learn from the data they generate and make intelligent decisions based on that data.
Rep Id : TMRGL81499 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the imitation of human intelligence progressions by machines, mainly computer systems. Artificial intelligence has extensive applications in the healthcare sector; healthcare artificial intelligence solutions assist healthcare providers in several aspects of patient care and administrative processes.
Rep Id : TMRGL76495 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
Edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the usage of AI technologies on edge devices, such as smartphones, drones, and sensors, to perform computations and analyze data locally, rather than sending the data to a centralized cloud server for processing.
Rep Id : TMRGL85491 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
Network function virtualization (NFV) is an approach to network design and architecture that involves the virtualization of network functions, which traditionally run on dedicated hardware devices. Network functions virtualization (NFV) architecture aims to replace specialized network hardware devices such as routers, switches, firewalls, and load balancers with software-based network functions
Rep Id : TMRGL18326 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
5G radio access network architecture enables wireless communication between devices through 5G technology. RAN is part of the mobile network that connects mobile devices to the core network, allowing them to access services such as voice, data, and video.
Rep Id : TMRGL82503 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
Managed Print Services (MPS) is the outsourcing of print management services to a third-party provider. MPS providers help organizations optimize their printing infrastructure, manage their print devices, and streamline their document workflow processes. They offer a range of services such as assessment and optimization, hardware and software provision, monitoring and
Rep Id : TMRGL7859 | Published | IT and Telecom | March 2023
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