Mobile operators provide data, Israel brings in advanced equipment and startups unite to deal with country's worse environmental tragedy.
Edge computing -- data processing near where data is generated -- is growing ever more important with the rise of 5G and the Internet of Things. But, it has no standardization to speak of. The Linux Foundation's newly minted LF Edge seeks to remedy this problem.
IoT sensor data analysis and aggregation, real-time customer engagement, and AR/VR engagement are driving edge computing to a prioritization among businesses.
A slew of recent research finds all kinds of ways to improve neural networks, from compressing the math needed to compute network weights to reducing data bandwidth to contemplating novel distributed computing systems.
Six-year-old startup Efinix has created an intriguing twist on the FPGA technology dominated by Intel and Xiliinx; the company hopes its energy-efficient chips will bootstrap the market for embedded AI in the Internet of Things.
Four-year-old startup Flex Logix has taken the wraps off its novel chip design for machine learning. CEO Geoff Tate describes how the chip may take advantage of an "explosion" of inferencing activity in "edge computing," and how Nvidia can't compete on performance.
Stealth startup Cornami on Thursday revealed some details of its novel approach to chip design to run neural networks. CTO Paul Masters says the chip will finally realize the best aspects of a technology first seen in the 1970s.
The new orchestration product is designed to address the physical and power constraints of the network edge.
As the world of edge computing and IoT becomes more distributed, billions of connected devices require increasing levels of compute at the edge. This needs to be secured, managed, and automated, and VMware wants to look after that on behalf of the enterprise.
The first release of its computer vision play, the surveillance appliance is the beginning of Dell Technologies' push for an open approach to IoT and edge computing.
Updated: The Internet of Things explained. What the IoT is, and where it's going next.
Where the realities of maintaining a multi-terabit-per-second network mandate a new way of approaching the problem of orchestrating network services. By the time we're done, will we still have servers as we know them? And where will the edge actually be?
Where the relocation of application intelligence from a client-side device to a centralized cloud sounds so much like a good idea that telecommunications engineers begin to ponder: Is this something we could have been doing with every mobile or embedded device all along?
The OpenVINO toolkit should make it easy for developers to deploy AI models across a broad range of IoT devices.
Microsoft is shifting its main focus at Build 2018 from Windows to the intelligent edge, and is looking to attract developers with new kits, tools and more.
Starting with CES 2016, the smartwatch and wearable field is lining up to take on the Apple Watch. Here's a look at the latest challengers and why they could be be dangerous to Apple.
A roundup of all the top Internet of Things, connected and smart gadgets out there to improve your home.
Cars have been getting more clever, talking to your device, and exchanging status information with each other. in this post we show how IoT technology is leading us towards driverless cars that can safely take us wherever we want to go.
Made by Google 2019 has a few tough acts to follow, explains Larry Dignan, as Apple, Amazon and Microsoft all recently outlined strong product lineups and even some 2020 plans. Read more: https://zd.net/2ATO63L
KT and Hyundai Engineering & Construction will collaborate to use 5G networks for automation in construction.
Adding carrier aggregation will see links hit 2Gbps across two lots of 28MHz spectrum.
The committee will examine the opportunities and challenges of 5G in Australia.
As countries decide whether to trust Huawei and China or even to roll out their own 5G Wireless infrastructure, two countries typically outside of the technological spotlight are making choices that could shift the geopolitical balance of power in the wireless technology battle. Read more: https://zd.net/2luWzGy
SK Telecom and Ericsson have completed testing of telecommunications using purely 5G handsets, radio stations, and cores.
Lidar system to be used to monitor intersection to provide warnings to connected vehicles.
If your performance review isn't going as expected, look for a power cord to pull.
Single point of contact for customers moving onto NBN until 30 days after installation.
Sydney, don't ask. You cannot retrofit sensors into apartment foundations.
Jason Squared's Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow discuss if enhanced cameras with improved machine learning and night mode are the star in an incremental upgrade year for iPhone. Read more: https://zd.net/34G8jrn