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Global IoT roaming connections set for 560% surge by 2028, says Juniper Research
Juniper Research predicts a 560% global surge in IoT roaming connections by 2028 amidst concerns of operator readiness.
Juniper Networks hits winning streak with latest CyberRatings
Juniper Networks receives AAA rating and top scores in CyberRatings.org's Enterprise Network Firewall evaluation for the second consecutive year.
Carrier billing spend to reach $122 billion globally by 2027
This growth of 74% over the next four years will be driven by carrier billing expanding beyond content and into physical goods and ticketing.
eSIM-enabled IoT devices to grow 780% over next three years
A study performed by Juniper Research has shown the number of IoT connections using eSIM technology is set to drastically increase from just 22 million in 2023.
The simple reason your bot is failing
A word of caution is in order: when it comes to chatbot execution, it's easy to miss the mark and much can be learnt from past chatbot journeys. .
Juniper study reveals top AI trends in APAC region
Juniper's research shows an increase in enterprise artificial intelligence adoption over the last 12 months is yielding tangible benefits to organisations.
Juniper research funding to advance artificial intelligence and network innovation
The research is to focus on AI, ML, routing and quantum networking for advanced communication, Juniper Networks says.
Asia Pacific consumers favour mobile wallets over cash and cards
Mobile wallets are approaching technological maturity, with one in two consumers expected to use a mobile wallet by 2025.
iPhones to capture 40% of smartphone market value despite Android device proliferation
Apple iPhones to capture nearly 40% of smartphone market value in 2022, despite Android's global dominance, says Juniper Research.
eCommerce losses to online payment fraud to exceed $20 billion in 2021
The use of artificial intelligence will enable behavioural biometrics in this area, which will increase security across all potential fraud channels.
Software-based facial recognition in payments industry to dominate by 2025
There will be more than 1.4 billion users of facial recognition software used for payments alone in 2025, up from 671 million in 2020.
Revenue from 5G IoT connections to skyrocket 1,400% in next five years
5G IoT revenue to spike by 1,400%, hitting $8bn by 2024, led by automotive, smart cities.
Cost of cybercrime for businesses to surpass $8 trillion over next five years
New insights from Juniper Research have predicted a rather dire future for modern businesses in the constant war against cybercrime.
Fast growing IoT market sees Gemalto leading the way
Gemalto, the world leader in digital security, has been recognized by Juniper Research as a leader in the fast-growing IoT market.
Mobile payments skyrocketing
Mobile payments are proving to be a success, with forecasts predicting transactions from online, mobile & contactless payments to reach $3.6 trillion.
Mobile technology is changing the healthcare game
Technology is continuing to bridge the healthcare gap, with mHealth information services set to reach more than 150 million users by 2020.
Loyalty cards go mobile, according to new research
More than 3bn loyalty cards will be mobile-only or integrated into mobile apps by 2020, up from 1.4bn last year.
Is there any hope for the smart glasses market?
While an appealing consumer smart glasses product has yet to be launched, the benefits are now being realised with vendors focusing on enterprise.
Slowing smartphone market affecting all players
Global smartphone market slowdown affects Apple, with slowest Q4 market growth since 2008, according to Juniper Research.
Dual-use routers raise security concerns
At least 1 in 3 home routers will be used as public Wi-Fi hotspots by 2017, exacerbating security and privacy concerns.
Smartwatch ecosystem grows, Apple Watch destroys competition
Apple Watch dominates smartwatch market with 52% of 2015 sales; Android Wear less than 10%. Samsung's Tizen-based Gear S2 suffers weak sales.
Passwords out, new mobile ID methods taking off
Data theft is continuing to spur on the mobile identification market, and will generate an additional $700m for mobile network operators by 2020.
Apple, Samsung, Huawei among smartphone winners as Microsoft, BlackBerry, LG falter
Lumia shipments - and revenue - plummet on back of Microsoft's 'updated strategy' while BlackBerry drops to lowest shipments in 10 years.
Smart home services to hit US$100 billion by 2020
Smart home offerings offer potential for retailers, with Juniper Research predicting consumer spend on smart home services will hit US$100b by 2020.