A 360 DEGREE PEEK INTO THE ENTIRE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
Total Reports: 655
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
Open RAN architecture is a set of radio access network (RAN) interface standards that enable interoperability between vendors and offer network flexibility. Open RAN is also gaining momentum as 5G deployments are being rolled out and new security risks related to Open RAN continue to emerge. Thus, demand for Open
Rep Id : TMRGL85453 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Voice payment is the process of paying, transferring, or receiving money from clients or other individuals using a voice command. Voice-enabled payment technology is an alternative to traditional and digital payment systems, as it enables online payments with simple speech commands. It is a means of communication between the customer
Rep Id : TMRGL85436 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
IoT software engineering refers to the systematic development of IoT infrastructure that involves designing, developing, testing, and maintaining software for IoT devices. It is a critical component in development and deployment of IoT devices. IoT software engineering plays a crucial role in enabling the growth of the IoT ecosystem.
Rep Id : TMRGL85431 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Enterprise connectivity and networking refers to technology infrastructure that connects and supports communication within an organization. This includes both wired and wireless networks as well as hardware and software components that make up these networks.
Rep Id : TMRGL85411 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Cloud security refers to measures and technologies used to protect data, applications, and infrastructure associated with cloud computing from various threats and vulnerabilities. It encompasses a wide range of security controls, including data encryption, access management, threat detection and response, and disaster recovery planning, aimed at ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and
Rep Id : TMRGL197 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Network monitoring is a technology used to determine accurate information about network traffic flow and other performance parameters over an organization’s network. It allows network administrators and engineers to actively monitor their network statistics for all devices connected to the network. These devices include networking devices, servers, and nodes, as
Rep Id : TMRGL85395 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Private 5G network is designed to provide dedicated, secure, and high-performance connectivity for specific applications and use cases. It is typically deployed for industrial, enterprise, and critical infrastructure applications where public 5G network may not meet the required level of security, reliability, and performance.
Rep Id : TMRGL85394 | Published | IT and Telecom | February 2023
Backup is a process of duplicating and storing data in a secured location. Recovery comprises the process of restoring data in case of loss or damage. Enterprise backup and recovery software backs up enterprise data in the cloud, on-premise, or hybrid environment. It restores data into secondary storage in case
Rep Id : TMRGL85378 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
Performance marketing software is a suite of software and service components that allows end-users to monitor the ROI of marketing campaigns. The software is used to track and analyze data points of a campaign, including clicks, leads, conversions, and bounce rates. It helps check marketing performance in order to understand
Rep Id : TMRGL85376 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
AR and VR are increasingly being employed in training scenarios to provide more immersive and interactive experiences for learners. AR involves overlaying digital information on top of the real world, while VR creates a completely simulated environment.
Rep Id : TMRGL81719 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
Gamification is a tool used to motivate and challenge people, and persuade them to achieve goals outside of the traditional gaming environment. It uses gaming concepts, which include challenges, achievements, stories, motivation, rewards, and punishments (optional and contextual), in a non-gaming environment.
Rep Id : TMRGL85371 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
A mobile CDN (content delivery network), also known as a mobile content distribution network, comprises a network of servers (computers, systems, or devices) that collaborate to optimize the delivery of content to end-users or customers using any mobile type or wireless device.
Rep Id : TMRGL25376 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
Email deliverability is a process that ensures that emails reach the inbox of each subscriber. Marketers are using email deliverability to estimate the probability of their email campaigns reaching their subscribers’ inbox. The email deliverability tool helps email marketers to understand the possibility of an email reaching into recipient’s primary
Rep Id : TMRGL85365 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
Biometrics are statistical analysis related to people's unique physical and behavioral characteristics. Biometric authentication is used as a form of identification and access control. It is also used to identify individuals in groups that are under surveillance. Biometrics helps in identifying and authenticating individuals in a reliable and fast manner
Rep Id : TMRGL77910 | Published | IT and Telecom | January 2023
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