Emerging Technology stories - Page 2
Lumen launches its first edge computing solution in APAC
Businesses can significantly reduce latency and maximise security and performance with Lumen Edge Bare Metal services.
Apple unveils redesigned iPad in four vibrant colours
It features a 10.9-inch liquid retina display, the A14 Bionic chip, advanced cameras, fast wireless connectivity, USB-C, and support for the Folio keyboard.
Kacific launches self-service platform and retail packages
The company’s Crossbow self-service portal will cater to its 480+ distributor network, along which it has released new top-up data packages for Gigstarter.
The first Axis Experience Centre launched in Singapore
The centre will showcase future-ready innovations and provide a platform to engage with regional stakeholders, elevating security standards.
WQR: 72% orgs link quality engineering to sustainable IT
The report also highlights that 85% of organisations consider quality engineering pivotal in implementing emerging technologies into real-world use cases.
Intel hits key milestone in quantum chip production research
Intel demonstrates exceptional yield of quantum dot arrays, showing promise for large-scale qubit production using transistor fabrication technology.
Intel launches 13th Gen core processor and unison solution
13th Gen Intel Core desktop processors deliver the world’s best gaming experience and unmatched overclocking capabilities.
Smartsheet reveals new product innovations during Engage
New features on data visibility, project control and third-party solution integration are in store for local Smartsheet customers.
Equinix partners NUS to use hydrogen tech in data centres
The partners will develop hydrogen fuel technologies for green data centres in tropical climates, and for use in Equinix’s global network.
TinyML SaaS to become a billion-dollar market by 2030
ABI Research forecasts that TinyML SaaS revenue will exceed US$220 million in 2022 and potentially become a billion-dollar market by 2030.
Marketplacer recognised in Gartner Hype Cycle for eCommerce
Marketplacer has been recognised in the Gartner Hype Cycle for Digital Commerce 2022 as a sample vendor in the enterprise marketplaces category.
Gartner survey reveals delays in government tech purchases
According to a survey by Gartner, at 22 months, the public sector has the longest average buying cycle for technology purchases compared to other industries.
Mighty Kingdom appoints Dr Grant Osborne as chief technology officer
Mighty Kingdom, an Australian game studio, has appointed Dr Grant Osborne as its first CTO to drive growth through emerging technology systems.
Gartner unveils key emerging tech to watch in 2022
The Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2022 reveals 25 technologies driving immersive experiences, AI automation, and efficient tech delivery.
ABI Research calls for universal data governance framework
The researchers state that a new universal data governance framework must be introduced to address the data governance needs in emerging technologies.
Trends to follow when dealing with NFTs, generative AI, sovereign cloud, data fabric and composable networks
Three overarching trends to drive organisations to explore emerging technologies such as non-fungible tokens (NFT), sovereign cloud, AI and composable networks.
Future of work tech spend to reach $656bn in 2021, IDC finds
Organizations in 2021 are projected to spend $656bn on future of work technologies, a 17.4% increase over 2020, according to IDC.
Interview: Assessing the challenges in securing emerging technologies
In his almost 20 years in the cybersecurity industry, Infosys CISO Vishal Salvi has watched threats change — and how they've ramped up in the last 18 months.
The transformative power of AI comes within reach of every business
The democratisation of software is levelling the playing field for small businesses, granting access to advanced technologies like AI.
Co-creation and digital skills are crucial to accelerate Australia’s digital economy
Essential funding from the recent federal budget will promote tech innovation, and foster digital skills that will inevitably drive momentum in our economy.
Three success factors for business and IT transformation
As technological progress is continuous, it forces business leaders to remain agile if they want to secure a competitive advantage.
Low-code goes mainstream
By enabling software development without relegating coding to specific developers, low-code is set to soar in popularity this year.
The three layers of a successful digital transformation project
Senior managers are recognizing the need for digital transformation as they navigate uncertain economic conditions and the aftermath of COVID-19.
Six digital transformation trends to watch in 2021
Uncertainty is now the new normal for Australia and New Zealand business leaders, who must embrace six key trends for success in 2021.