Global Smart City Technology Convergence Report Bundle to 2026 – Including AI, Broadband Wireless,…

first_imgLocal NewsBusiness Global Smart City Technology Convergence Report Bundle to 2026 – Including AI, Broadband Wireless, Data Analytics, Device Management, and IIoT Applications – ResearchAndMarkets.com Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – January 28, 2021 WhatsApp Pinterest DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021– The “Smart City Technology Convergence: AI, Broadband Wireless (LTE, 5G and Beyond 5G), Data Analytics, Device Management, and IIoT Applications, Services, and Solutions for Smart Cities 2021 – 2026” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Smart cities represent a combination of solutions deployed in an urban environment to transform the administration and support of living and working environments. Accordingly, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are transforming at a rapid rate, driven by urbanization, industrialization of emerging economies, and the specific needs of various smart city initiatives. Smart city development is emerging as a focal point for growth drivers in several key ICT areas including: Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Connected Devices, Broadband Wireless, Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Analytics. This research covers all of these technologies with analysis from 2021 through 2026. Select Research Findings:Global AIoT market will reach $81.5B by 2026, growing at 37.2% CAGRGlobal market for IoT data as service solutions will reach $9.3B USD by 20265GNR market for private wireless in industrial automation will reach $5.2B by 2026Embedded AI software and systems in support of IoT will surpass $9B globally by 2026Machine learning in edge computing will be key to realize the full potential of IoT analyticsSuccessful smart cities will be dependent on intelligent integration of 5G, AI, edge computing, and IoT Sustainable smart city technology deployments depend upon careful planning and execution as well as monitoring and adjustments as necessary. For example, feature/functionality must be blended to work efficiently across many different industry verticals as smart cities address the needs of disparate market segments with multiple overlapping and sometimes mutually exclusive requirements. This will stimulate the need for both cross-industry coordination as well as orchestration of many different capabilities across several important technologies. The publisher sees smart cities as a focal point for growth drivers in several key ICT areas including: M2M/IoT, connected devices, broadband wireless, cloud computing, big data and analytics. Smart city developments are causing solution providers to take a much more integrated approach as the design and implement infrastructure and service capabilities. In terms of the impact of AI technologies, the research evaluates integration within various networking products and solutions including embedded equipment, components, and software platforms (network automation, optimization, and transformation). It also evaluates the role of SDN, Edge Computing, NFV, and Augmented Intelligence in the formation and support of AI-driven networking ecosystems. In addition, the impact of 5G networks, IoT technology and systems, and network analytics functions is also evaluated. It includes an evaluation of the IoT device management market, which encompasses device provisioning, administration, monitoring, and diagnostics important for trouble replication and corrective measures. Important IoT Device Management functions include Enrollment/Provisioning, Configuration/Association, Software Updates, and overall Management and Control. Target Audience:Wireless service providers of all typesSensor network and component providersWireless device and components manufacturersSmart appliances and electronic devices companiesSecurity device and monitoring equipment suppliersSoftware developers and mobile/wireless app developers Reports Included:Artificial Intelligence in Next Generation Networking by Infrastructure, Network Type, IoT Solution, Segment (Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government), and Industry Vertical 2021 – 2026Artificial Intelligence in Big Data Analytics and IoT: Market for Data Capture, Information and Decision Support ServicesArtificial Intelligence Market by Technology, Infrastructure, Components, Devices, Solutions, and Industry VerticalsLTE and 5G Applications by Service Provider Type, Connection, Deployment, Use Cases, Service Category, Computing as a Service, Industry Verticals, Region and Country5G and Beyond 5G Technology, Infrastructure, and DevicesIndustrial Internet of Things: IIoT Market by Technologies, Solutions and ServicesIoT Device Management Market by Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government IoT Device Provisioning, Administration, Surveillance, Maintenance and AnalyticsSmart Cities Market: Technologies, Solutions, and Outlook for Applications and ServicesArtificial Intelligence in Next Generation Networking by Infrastructure, Network Type, IoT Solution, Segment (Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government), and Industry Vertical 2021 – 2026Artificial Intelligence in Big Data Analytics and IoT: Market for Data Capture, Information and Decision Support ServicesArtificial Intelligence Market by Technology, Infrastructure, Components, Devices, Solutions, and Industry VerticalsLTE and 5G Applications by Service Provider Type, Connection, Deployment, Use Cases, Service Category, Computing as a Service, Industry Verticals, Region and Country5G and Beyond 5G Technology, Infrastructure, and DevicesIndustrial Internet of Things: IIoT Market by Technologies, Solutions and ServiceIoT Device Management Market by Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, and Government IoT Device Provisioning, Administration, Surveillance, Maintenance and AnalyticsSmart Cities Market: Technologies, Solutions, and Outlook for Applications and Services Companies MentionedABB GroupAccenture PLCAdvantechAeris CommunicationsAGT InternationalAIBrian Inc.AirspanAirtelAlibabaAllegroAlstom SAAltair SemiconductorAlvarionAmazonAMDAmerica MovilAmplia Soluciones S.L.Analog Devices Inc.AppleAricent Inc.Arista Networks Inc.ARM HoldingsAscomAsusAT&TAtmel CorporationATOSB+B SmartWorxBaidu Inc.Barbara IoTBlackberry Ltd.BoschBosch Software Innovations GmbHBroadcom CorporationBrocade Communication SystemsAnd Many More Companies For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/c7hes7 View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128005537/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY URBAN PLANNING CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. 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Bringing GPU Virtualization to Analytics, AI and HPC

first_imgNVIDIA vComputeServer software is now available with Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, provides GPU virtualization to speed analytics, AI and high-performance computing. There are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day including 16 million text messages! In an effort to serve up that data faster, data center teams are increasingly turning to servers that incorporate GPUs. These accelerators, which complement the capabilities of the CPUs, use parallel processing to churn through large volumes of data at blazingly fast speeds.But there’s a catch here. GPU-accelerated workloads, such as AI training and inferencing, often run on bare metal and may need to be managed separately, limiting utilization and flexibility. And while server virtualization is now standard in the data center, it has not necessarily included the server GPUs — until now.Today, NVIDIA® virtual GPU (vGPU) technology is now available for the most compute-intensive data center workloads, including artificial intelligence, deep learning and high-performance computing. This leap forward is made possible by the launch of the new NVIDIA vComputeServer (vCS) software, which is making its debut at VMworld. Today, you can get vComputeServer from Dell EMC with PowerEdge servers. And if you’re not sure which PowerEdge server best fits your accelerated workload, there’s a new eBook available for you to explore the options.vComputeServer software gives your data center team the option to run GPU workloads in virtualized environments for improved security, utilization and manageability. With vComputeServer, your team can better streamline management of GPU servers while retaining your existing workflows and potentially lowering your overall operational costs.The software is supported on major hypervisor virtualization platforms including VMware. This means your IT team can now use the same management tools for your GPU clusters as you use for the rest of your data center.What’s in vComputeServer?NVIDIA vComputeServer provides features like GPU sharing, so multiple virtual machines can be powered by a single GPU, and GPU aggregation, so multiple GPUs can be allocated to a single virtual machine. This results in increased utilization and affordability.Features of vComputeServer include:Advanced compute features — Error Correcting Code and Dynamic Page Retirement help prevent data corruption for high-accuracy workloads.Live migration — GPU-enabled virtual machines can be migrated with minimal disruption or downtime.Increased security —You can extend the security benefits of server virtualization to GPU clusters.Multi-tenant — You can isolate workloads to securely support multiple users on a single infrastructure.Management and monitoring — Your admin team can use the same hypervisor virtualization tools to manage GPU servers.License per GPU — vComputeServer is an annual subscription license purchased per GPU available with Dell EMC PowerEdge servers.Supported GPUs — vComputeServer is supported on NVIDIA V100 or T4 GPUs, as well as Quadro RTX 6000 and RTX 8000, and prior generations of Pascal GPUs including P40 and P100.NVIDIA NGC Adds Support for VMware vSphereTo make this story better, NVIDIA NGC serves as a hub for GPU-optimized software for deep learning, machine learning and HPC. It offers more than 150 containers, pre-trained models, training scripts and workflows to accelerate AI from concept to production. All of these can be deployed on virtualized environments like VMware vSphere with vComputeServer.Check out Dell EMC NGC Ready Systems including the new DSS 8440, the PowerEdge C4140 and R740 servers. These systems have been jointly validated for functionality and deliver optimized performance of AI and machine learning workloads so data scientists and developers can quickly build or scale solutions. Dell EMC’s ProSupport Plus provides single-point-of-contact support for your users and admins with direct access to NVIDIA’s experts for NGC software. That kind of support can help your team reduce risk and improve productivity.Put it all together and you see that your IT team can now use VMware to manage more of your data center applications, including your AI applications running on systems with NVIDIA GPU accelerators.To learn moreThe new vComputeServer software is available with all Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with NVIDIA GPU accelerators. Learn more about NVIDIA vComputeServer in the NVIDIA blog.last_img read more

Delaware County sees 4 more COVID-19 recoveries

first_imgDelaware County says there are 48 positive cases, bringing the county’s total up by two since Saturday’s report. The county also says there are 33 additional individuals in mandatory quarantine and one in precautionary quarantine. They also say there have been 376 tests administered to date. The county says that of those tests, there are 25 pending and 303 negative results.  They also say that of the 42 positive cases in the county, four of them are in the hospital, and 23 are quarantined. Delaware County also has three deaths and 12 full recoveries. There have been four more recoveries since Saturday’s report.  DELAWARE COUNTY, N.Y. (WBNG) — Delaware County released an update on coronavirus numbers on Sunday.center_img Additionally, Delaware County says that six of the 48 positive cases are individuals who live outside of the county. They say those six individuals have been transferred out of the county to where they reside. For more coronavirus coverage, click here.last_img read more

MDI girls top Old Town; Deer Isle-Stonington leads Class D North

first_img Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Latest Posts Bio OLD TOWN — Brent Barker knew he’d be facing a different version of a longtime adversary when the Mount Desert Island girls’ basketball team headed on the road for its season-opener. From the opening tip, the MDI head coach’s intuition proved correct.In past years, MDI’s victories over Old Town had been decisive. The Trojans had beaten the Coyotes 11 straight times entering Friday, a streak that included 41-, 35-, 31-, 40- and 47-point victories.This time, though, Old Town was coming into the game with all but one player returning from 2016-17, and with a promising freshman class entering the fold, the Trojans had to take their game to a different level. The result was a contest that was closer than the teams’ previous encounters but in which the visitors showed the resilience expected of a contender.The MDI girls used an early second-half run to build a comfortable lead over Old Town and never looked back in a 61-47 road win Friday. The victory marked the ninth consecutive season-opening win for the Trojans, who now enter the thick of a busy December schedule.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“We knew were going to have to scrap in order to win and that Old Town was going to pressure us,” MDI head coach Brent Barker said. “They came out and made us work hard for it, but once we got hot in that second half, we kept going.”MDI went on an 8-1 run to start the game before Old Town scored 11 of the next 14 points to pull ahead. Yet the Trojans (1-0) regained the lead on the last shot of the quarter when Hannah Chamberlain hit a 3-pointer from near the half-court line to the amazement of both fan bases.Old Town (0-1) hung with the Trojans for much of the second quarter but couldn’t take the lead. MDI capitalized with under a minute left when Chamberlain made yet another 3-pointer that gave the visitors a 29-23 lead heading into halftime.Yet it was the second half in which MDI began to take control. Led by Julia Watras and Maddy Good, the Trojans went on an 8-0 run in the opening minutes after the break and prevented Old Town from scoring in bunches to build a comfortable lead.“We had our good moments, and we had our bad moments,” senior Emily Banks said. “We really worked well together to pull it off.”The Coyotes threatened at times in the fourth quarter, in which they pulled to within 10 points on two occasions. Yet the home team’s comeback hopes were derailed for good when Chamberlain hit yet another 3-pointer to give MDI a 58-42 lead in the game’s final two minutes.“Every 3 she hit came at a big moment for us when we needed it,” Barker said. “As a team, we needed some of the players who didn’t get as many minutes for us last year to step up and be productive right from the get-go, and I think those players did that.”MDI’s next game will be at home against Foxcroft (0-1) at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13. The team will then host Oceanside (0-1) at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16.“Looking at our schedule, we play eight of our 18 games this month,” Barker said. “It’s going to come quickly for us, and we’ll have to be ready for that just like we were tonight.”DI-S girls start season 2-0The Deer Isle-Stonington girls’ basketball team returned the bulk of its key contributors from last year’s state tournament squad this season, and the Mariners have picked up where they left off in the early going.With wins over George Stevens Academy and Searsport, the Mariners are currently Hancock County’s only 2-0 team. Those wins also have Deer Isle-Stonington as the No. 1 team in Class D North.Against defending Class C North runner-up GSA on Friday, the Mariners got 14 points from Rylee Eaton and a combined 18 from Lily Gray and Kaylee Morey to start the season with a win. The team then defeated Searsport 47-34 on the road Monday to give itself back-to-back victories over Class C opponents.Deer Isle-Stonington’s next game is at home against Sumner (0-2) at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14.center_img MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all)last_img read more

Former UK prime minister visits USC

first_imgAs President Donald Trump continues to solidify America’s relationship with the United Kingdom, evidenced by Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit to the White House, USC’s own President C. L. Max Nikias is also hosting powerful leaders from across the pond.On Thursday night, former Prime Minister of the U.K. David Cameron spoke in a packed Bovard Auditorium. A select group of students, faculty and other guests, including the former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, crowded the hall to hear the politician’s thoughts on issues from globalization to fake news.Part of the President’s Distinguished Artist and Lecture Series, the discussion gave members of the USC community the rare opportunity to hear from an influential world leader. Some of the series’ past speakers have included U.S. Presidents George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, as well as Tom Brokaw, General Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright.The event began with an introduction from Nikias, followed by Cameron’s keynote speech and a question and answer session with students and history and accounting professor Jacob Soll, who served as the moderator. Cameron, who spent six years in office before resigning as prime minister in 2016 following a difficult battle with supporters of British withdrawal from the European Union, was recently named the new president of Alzheimer’s Research UK.Throughout the evening, Cameron touched on many of the challenges countries around the world face as they enter the 21st century, ranging from the state of the European Union in the wake of Brexit to the emerging problem of fake news permeating the media. During his opening remarks, however, he decided to take a brighter view of global events and encouraged the audience to have a positive outlook on the future.“First of all, let’s be optimistic,” Cameron said. “Sometimes it’s good to stand back and take a look across the decades and see what has been achieved. Almost a billion people in the world have been taken out of poverty, diseases like polio almost eradicated from the face of the earth. And democracy is still on the march.”The benefits of globalization and the consequences of populist movements like those seen in the United Kingdom and the United States were major topics during the discussion. On these issues, Cameron expressed his belief in the merits of expanding free trade and cautioned against implementing reactionary policies that threaten global prosperity.“The argument for staying in [the European Union] was not one of emotion, but of utility, for the influence we gain and the economic benefits of trade and cooperation,” Cameron said. “In the future we will be out of the European Union, but hopefully taking part in the things we need, such as a strong trade relationship and security. If those pursuing Brexit are for cutting Britain off from the world, I wouldn’t worry, for that is not the role of Prime Minister May’s government.”Cameron went on to speak about the fake news that has recently made its way into the forefront of political discourse. He concluded that it is not a real cause for concern, as the success of news organizations is ultimately driven by the market.“Fake news will damage [news agencies’] brands and reputations, so they’ll move away from it,” Cameron said.He concluded by giving a word of advice to the students in attendance who seek to become tomorrow’s leaders, telling them to remain strong in their convictions that they can overcome the challenges of tomorrow.“Have confidence and optimism that we are capable of cracking the problems in the world that are in front of us,” Cameron said. “We are solving some of the major diseases in the world, we have lifted a billion people out of poverty in the last 20 years, we’ve seen extraordinary developments in technology and the sciences. Do your thinking for the better, and take that into your politics.”Students who attended the event said that they found Cameron engaging and uplifting, resonating with his sentiments on the need for a positive attitude when discussing the future.“My favorite part was the optimism David Cameron had about him,” said Neelesh Bagrodia, a freshman majoring in biomedical engineering. “Reading the news lately, a lot of people seem to be down, and I thought his comments were very reassuring.”Ty Herdtner, a freshman in the World Bachelor of Business program, commented on Cameron’s humor and wit as a highlight of the night.“I was honestly surprised by how light-hearted, optimistic and genuinely funny Cameron kept it,” Herdtner said. “It was refreshing to see a diplomat who wasn’t so … uptight, and was able to relate well to a younger audience.”last_img read more