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The Brexit vote’s impact on investment into UK technology start-ups is an important litmus test for broader implications for the UK economy. The UK’s technology sector is a huge driver of growth, performing markedly above the broader economy and with rapid job creation.

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26 Sep 2016  |  Global

IoT Security: The Impossible Mission

2015 was the year for Internet of Things (IoT) in term of positive perspectives, growth potential, industry impacts, and new revenue sources. Frost & Sullivan revealed that by 2020, the total global market will reach over $200 billion and every household will have at least 10 connected devices. In the coming year, the construction market will emerg...

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The race to fulfil the promise of a smart future — be it the benefits of smart mobility, smart energy, or smart cities — has kick-started rich veins of possible inventions. Start-ups jostle with established technologists for technology leadership and mindshare to enrich the necessary architecture for such smart systems, or the Internet of Thing...

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Frost & Sullivan was invited to attend Fortinet’s 3rd EMEA 361° Security Forum in September and we took the opportunity to ask Mr. Michael Xie, Co-founder, President, and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), a few questions.

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While everyday consumers are accustomed to streaming video ‘anytime-anywhere’ on their smartphones, critical communications users have missed out on many of the latest technology advances. Although employees in public safety, utilities, and transportation can turn to their personal phones for convenient access to email, maps, and other basic se...

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With the start of 2015, the 2nd half of the smartphone era has begun. A post-smartphone vision is emerging, with the smartphone as the centre of a network of sensors. These sensors will be embedded in wristbands, clothing, and everyday items such as locks, lights, and thermostats.

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The UK government has abandoned its search for a provider of extended coverage for the proposed national Emergency Services Network (ESN). The move is a vote of confidence in the country’s mobile network operators (MNOs) who each say they can be trusted as the sole national provider of sufficient coverage in remote and rural areas.

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