A survey on South-East Asian IT leaders’ outlook on the Internet of Things and its impact on the security strategy of the business has found very low levels of awareness and concern.
Gartner Inc forecasts that 6.4 billion connected ‘things’ will be in use worldwide in 2016, up 30% from 2015. This will reach 20.8 billion by 2020.
Beyond the fact that Malaysia’s national IoT roadmap projects to generate 14,270 high-skilled jobs by 2020, expects changing business models as well, writes Cyberview’s Faris Yahaya.
Lenovo Inc said it has big plans for Malaysia, with new business models and strategies for 2015.
Singapore’s affluent population and well-developed Internet infrastructure have been playing a major role in driving consumers’ appetite for connected gadgets, according to market research firm GfK.
The 2015 International CES wrapped up in Las Vegas recently, but one could argue that 2015 continues to be a year of transition, as startups and established players experiment with new ideas around wearables, automotive technology, and connected devices in the home.
The FIFA World Cup is proving to be the most accessible in the tournament’s history, with broadcast and streaming services available on up to 5.9 billion screens globally, according to Ovum.
dtac TriNet, a subsidiary of Thailand’s second-largest mobile operator dtac, has partnered with Ericsson to deploy the latter’s Device Connection Platform as a service to develop and enhance M2M products for enterprises.
DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd will be deploying the Ericsson Device Connection Platform, delivered as a service by Ericsson.