Posts tagged Frost & Sullivan
Rising Need for Zero-Latency Transfer Opens Up Opportunities for Edge Computing: Frost & Sullivan

The continuous rise in the number of connected and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, connected and autonomous cars, content streaming, and multiplayer games will accelerate the edge computing market at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36.3 percent from 2017 to 2022, Frost & Sullivan says.

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Smart Homes Poised to Play a Key Role in Enhancing Healthcare Experience, Frost & Sullivan Says

The home will emerge as an increasingly valuable site for enhancing the healthcare experience as part of the progression of digital, remote, connected and virtual care, according to new research from Frost & Sullivan. Health systems are evolving beyond care delivery of the diseased to encompass numerous health and wellness touchpoints, transforming it from disease management to health management.

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Multi-Cloud and Big Data Services Are Key Accelerators of Latin America IT in 2018: Frost & Sullivan

Latin American companies are shifting focus in 2018 away from technology spending to optimally employing digital transformation accelerators to enhance their business, new research from Frost & Sullivan reveals.

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Smart Hospitals to Invest $11 Billion in Cloud Computing and Data Analytics, Frost & Sullivan Says

By 2025, 10 percent of hospitals across the globe will become or will have started implementations to become smart hospitals. Frost & Sullivan’s market research, “Future of Smart Hospitals,” projects significant market growth and billions of dollars in revenues for four key segments, including: pharmacy automation, mobile asset tracking, data analytics and cloud computing

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European OTT Video Revenue to Double By 2021, Despite the Advent of Converged Video Services: Frost & Sullivan

The media industry in Europe is undergoing rapid transformation with increasing popularity of over-the-top (OTT) video services, Frost & Sullivan noted in a recent report. Increasingly ubiquitous connectivity, progressive consumers, and regulatory initiatives around a ‘Digital Single Market (DSM)’ have intensified the competition among several international companies, local start-ups, pay TV operators and broadcasters who offer OTT video services.

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