Australia Big Data, M2M, Cloud Computing & Data Centres Markets Discussed in BuddeComm Report Published at MarketPublishers.com07 Sep 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – ICT sectors are evolving into a novel wholesale platform for the networked economy. There is much interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) personal devices and machine-to-machine (M2M) industrial applications market. However, the majority of the IoT and M2M activities are occurring unseen. For instance, all novel electronic devices, such as tablets, smartphones, game consoles and cable boxes, etc. are currently IoT devices. Wearable technology has also become a prosperous part of the IoT industry, with an ever-expanding range of prospective uses and devices.
Regarding the healthcare industry, all new hospitals presently operate large-scale M2M operations, tracking their equipment with real-time information. The majority of local governments have invested heavily in mapping their assets; this is being followed up by providing more connectivity solutions for these assets. In Australia, the number of connected M2M devices is forecast to increase to somewhere 25 million – 50 million by 2020-end. Progress is still hindered by the absence of standards, interoperability and efficient industry and government cooperation.
Big Data is the intelligent outcome of the usage of the variety of novel technologies; this can only be reached via data collaboration and connected information management. The number of data sets available to the public is on the rise, which leads to better data collaboration between businesses.
Topical report “Australia - Big Data, M2M, Cloud Computing and Data Centres” prepared by BuddeComm covers the key trends and developments in data analytics, smart societies based on big data, artificial intelligence and deep learning, and the big data marketplace in Australia. The research study provides an in-depth investigation of the cloud technology trends and statistics for 2015 and the national cloud computing market. It gives trustworthy information on the data centres in the country, covering an analysis of the dynamic market for data centres, major developments and trends, statistical figures relating to the market along with surveys, bandwidth on demand (BoD), internet exchange points (IXPs), points of interconnect (POI), network-attached storage (NAS), as well as provides an overview of the top 31 players. The IoT and M2M communications landscape is thoroughly discussed, with coverage of key trends, an in-depth market analysis, and a glimpse into the future.
Australia - Big Data, M2M, Cloud Computing and Data Centres
Published: August, 2015
Price: US$ 1,100.00
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