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24 Mar 2016  |  North America

Vital Signs - Impact on Medical Imaging of Deep Learning and Internet of Things (IoT), HIMSS 2016

Competitive Strategies and Time to Market are Key to Maximizing on Emerging Growth Opportunities

As every year, Frost & Sullivan attended the annual HIMSS meeting, where we explore new trending themes unveiling new opportunities in medical imaging. The two themes pertaining to medical imaging that we explored at the 2016 edition are: I. The Internet of Medical Imaging Things: Assessing the Strategy of the Big Three. II. Deep Learning in Medica...

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This Vital Signs issue discusses the Danaher's acquisition of Cepheid for nearly $4 Billion in cash, and Orphan Drug Expenditures in the United States: A Historical and Prospective Analysis, 2007–2013.

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This Vital Signs issue discusses the clinical diagnostics laboratory tests payment system, approval of a Zika test kit, the impact on innovation of mergers in the pharma/biotech industry, and national healthcare expenditure projections through 2025.

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04 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Open AI - An Analysis

For True Sharing of Gains, Open AI Needs to Freely Share Not only Software but, More Importantly, the Data Sets it Uses

Recently, Frost & Sullivan published an ICT Beats article titled The Only Thing That Matters in Machine Learning is Data. The core of this article posits that open-sourcing machine learning code has proved, beyond doubt, that the most important asset in machine learning is data.

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04 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Wearables Future Analysis - Revolutionizing Digital Payments

Wearable Payments Poised to Leapfrog NFC-enabled Smartphones to Emerge as Strong Alternative Payment Modality

In November 2015, MasterCard announced its partnership with several hardware vendors to enable payment functionality in Internet-connected everyday objects such as wearable bands, rings, key fobs, and clothing. Connected objects are transforming all aspects of everyday life.

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04 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Communications Protocols and the Internet of Things (IoT) - Future Outlook

Competing Protocols Muddling the Future, Technology Proponents to Emphasize Diversity of IoT Applications and Capabilities to Enrich Future

 

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04 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Data Leadership 2015 Conference – Insights and Impressions

Leveraging the Value of Big Data and Open Data Remains a Work-in-progress is Key Takeaway

On 26 November, the Data Leadership 2015 conference took place in London for a third consecutive year. The welcome words highlighted the popularity of the event, noting that this year was the first time that registration had complete filled 6 weeks prior to the event.

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05 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Distributed Intelligence in Internet of Things (IoT)

ICT Industry is Embracing Co-development and Collaboration to Define the Intelligent Edge of IoT

As billions of connected devices join the Internet of Things (IoT) in the next few years, the network environment will transform into an astonishingly complex hybrid of distributed intelligence, virtualised functions, and multiplicity of access technologies.

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06 Jan 2016  |  Europe

Cisco India Summit - Innovating to Make IoT a Reality, December 2015

Greater 'Softwareization' to Help Customers Accelerate Digital Transformation Journey

To remain relevant in an increasingly connected world, IT service providers need to embrace the digital trends impacting customers. Cisco recognized this need early on and has been at the edge of innovation in leading digital transformation globally.

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14 Mar 2016  |  Europe

Trusted Services Management (TSM) - At Hub of Payment Platforms

Complete, Flexible, Stable, and Independent TSM Solutions to Sustain Growth Momentum

More than a decade ago, major smart card manufacturers moved from a simple hardware provider business model to a combined hardware and services approach. Naturally, the subscriber identity module (SIM) business unit has been asking for revenue contribution.

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