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Credentials install base set to hit 11 billion by 2023
The number of smart card shipments is forecast to increase from 618.8 million in 2018 to 732.7 million in 2023, according to ABI Research.
Alexa could be the voice of your car soon
As luxury car brands move away from their own voice assistants to partnering with Google or Amazon, we may find Alexa riding with us all soon.
IoT & smart home use cases driving Bluetooth low energy market
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices are expected to reach more than 1.6 billion annual shipments by 2023, signalling a major upsurge in BLE’s application in smart homes, beacons, asset tracking, and other emerging IoT fields.
Cybersecurity should be priority in US$8b smart utility spend
Utilities are becoming increasingly connected worldwide, and also becoming increasingly vulnerable - so why are governments letting security slide?
Quantum computing will be worth US$15 billion by 2028
Total revenues generated from quantum computing services will exceed US$15 billion by 2028 forecasts ABI research.
System integrators might hold the key to IoT development
"SIs have a deep knowledge not only of enterprise pain points and issues, but also of specific applications and the business as a whole.".
Japan to drive bulk of $9b NFV market as Olympics approach
Network function virtualization amongst Asia Pacific telecommunications providers is set to be worth US$9.24 billion in 2022.
VR standalone devices to see whopping 405% CAGR through 2021
After a content-starved market introduction, virtual reality (VR) is set to flourish off a swath of new and compelling content choices.
Buckle up for the AI security revolution – spending to hit $96b by 2021
Machine learning and AI are going to reach colossal levels by 2021 as the market swells to $96 billion.
OEMs in danger of 'failing' healthcare by ignoring medical device security, research finds
Healthcare cybersecurity spending is expected to reach $5.5 billion by 2016. However, only $390 million of that will help secure medical devices.