GSMA Intelligence tips Latin America for 5G boom

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GSMA THRIVE LATIN AMERICA: GSMA Intelligence forecast 5G connections across Latin America will reach 62 million by 2025, pointing to a need for spectrum access and long-term policies around digital…

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TSMC ups full year earnings expectations

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) raised its full year revenue forecast after recording its highest-ever quarterly profit in Q3, citing strong demand for 5G smartphones and IoT silicon. Net profit…

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Spark seeks growth in IoT, health, sport

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Spark New Zealand marked IoT, digital health and sport segments as future growth drivers, adding them to its established wireless, broadband and cloud markets in its strategy for the next…

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Call for video demos: Showcasing digital transformation at the first virtual ITU Kaleidoscope conference

By ITU News A virtual conference by design, this year’s ITU Kaleidoscope academic conference will feature a global representation of expert views and demos to highlight why 2020 and beyond will be remembered for “industry-driven digital transformation”. Call for video demos: Broadcast your innovations to a global audience. Submit an extended abstract by 12 October 2020 for your demo to be considered. From […]

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‘LiFi’ provider Oledcomm shares experience of ITU standards process

By ITU News Oledcomm started out as an R&D lab at Versailles University in 2005. That lab has grown into a company with global ambitions, developing high-security ‘LiFi’ solutions with infrared. The company’s ‘LiFiMAX’ solution builds on ITU G.9991, the ITU standard for high-speed indoor wireless communications with visible light and infrared. LiFi provides network connectivity within a premises, similar to WiFi, […]

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Why Fraunhofer HHI develops and trials ‘LiFi’ systems based on ITU standards

By Volker Jungnickel, Head of Metro-, Access- and Inhouse Systems at Fraunhofer HHI The LiFi market is growing with the help of the ITU G.9991, the first standard for Gigabit indoor wireless connectivity using visible and infrared light. The long-term research of Fraunhofer HHI made a key contribution in helping the wireless community to reach the exciting point we see today […]

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Why Signify builds ‘LiFi’ products to ITU standards

By ITU News ITU’s standard for indoor Visible Light Communication (VLC), also known as ‘LiFi’ – ITU G.9991 – is the world’s first standard for high-speed wireless communications with visible light and infrared. LiFi provides network connectivity within a premises, similar to WiFi, but using light rather than radio signals. When Philips Lighting introduced Signify as its new company name in 2018, […]

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New features of ITU home networking standards under development for Smart Grid, Industrial and IoT

By ITU News ‘Smart’ systems make smarter use of data to operate more autonomously and increase efficiency. The evolution of the ITU G.hn family of home networking standards will provide in-premises networks with the reliability, capacity and controlled-latency capabilities necessary to the remote management and control of smart systems. G.hn technology provides a highly flexible transmission engine capable over coax, […]

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How Artificial Intelligence could shape the mobility industry for the better

By Jan Feiling, Venture Architect at Forward31 (powered by Porsche Digital) Looking at the status quo on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) impacts mobility for the better shows us the obvious future: Of course, autonomous driving and AI-based driver assistant systems will reduce more and more crashes and save human lives. Optimized, personalized routing and smart traffic light systems will lower […]

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Internationalisation and Localisation

Source: https://www.w3.org/International/questions/qa-i18n Localization vs. Internationalization intended audience: anyone who is wondering about the comparative meanings of internationalization and localization. Updated 2005-12-05 20:40 QUESTION What do the terms 'internationalization' and 'localization' mean, and…

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