Singapore telco teams up with China Mobile Internet to drive the adoption of both carriers' IoT services and launches an "artificial intelligence-powered" IoT network on Microsoft Azure.
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JD.com's Internet of Things retail lab will tap Intel architecture to develop next-generation vending machines, media and advertising services, and future technologies that can be deployed in modernised stores.
The three-year agreement will see both companies explore "areas of cooperation" that can "reshape" China's automotive industry, starting with new retail offerings in the automotive ownership cycle.
Just 18 percent of consumers in China are uneasy about devices that place orders on their behalf without prior consent, compared to 39 percent of Australians and 55 percent in Singapore who want to first approve the purchase.
Singapore telco has commercially launched its nationwide Narrowband Internet of Things network, along with an enterprise customer that is piloting an energy management meter on the platform.
Country must be prepared for jobs and middle-class white-collar wages to be affected, says Singapore's smart nation minister, as he reveals plans for 10,000 government employees to be trained in data science.
Huawei partners National University of Singapore's entrepreneurial unit to launch an accelerator focused on Internet of Things, offering startups access to testbed infrastructure and mentorship.
Internet of Things (IoT) will churn more than 20 trillion gigabytes of data by 2025, fueled by increasing broadband speeds, and is expected to generate new revenue for businesses.
With the country's next ICT blueprint to be announced later this year, the Singapore government reiterates its smart nation push at this year's imbX show and unveils efforts to make data intelligence more accessible to the logistics industry.