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Wialon Telematics Platform Reaches 3.5 Million Connected Vehicles Worldwide

Wialon links and tracks vehicles and assets ranging from freight and passenger vehicle fleets to special machinery and stationery items such as generators and...

Huawei Will Not Enter ERP Market as MetaERP Is for Internal Use

According to a Huawei Technologies insider, the Chinese telecoms giant will not enter the enterprise resource planning market since its MetaERP management system is...

Data Centre Networking Market Drivers Shaping Future Growth, Revenue USD 61.2 Billion by 2031

According to Allied Market Research, the worldwide data center networking market earned $19.8 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $61.2 billion by...

SAP releases security updates fixing five critical vulnerabilities

SAP has published security fixes for 19 vulnerabilities, five of which are classified as critical, which means administrators should deploy them as quickly as...

GoTo Expands IT Management and Communication Tools with ChatGPT Integrations

GoTo, a supplier of workplace communications and IT management tools, is the latest tech business to use integration with ChatGPT, bringing the generative AI...

Renewables acquisition and merger tactics are changing

According to CohnReznick Capital Markets, the 2023 U.S. renewable energy market will be marked by the juxtaposition of immense momentum from recent changes in...

AWS Expands 5G Telecom, Private Wireless Work

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has upgraded its public cloud architecture to enable telecoms and private 5G networks. The cloud giant revealed its fully managed AWS...

AI Makes Digital Twins for the Internet Age

Yoom, founded in Tel Aviv, is a go-to company for volumetric video capture - generating a 3D picture with limitless possibilities. With "immersive experiences,"...

Ericsson plans to lay off 8% of its global employees

Ericsson, the Swedish telecom equipment maker, announced Friday that it is laying off 8% of its global workers to slash expenses, the latest in...

Dell will lay off 6,650 workers, representing 5% of its global workforce

Dell Technologies Inc will cut 6,650 positions, or approximately 5% of its global workforce, due to dwindling demand for its personal computers. According to the...

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