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Digital Transformation

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  • 5G in Asia Pacific, Forecast to 2022
    5G in Asia Pacific, Forecast to 2022 Quah Mei Lee, Industry Principal - Telecoms & Payments Strategy, Digital Transformation Practice, Frost Sullivan Recorded: Aug 17 2017 17 mins
    5G is on its way. It may be closer to 2019-2020 for some but for others, it may be 2023-2025 before it materializes. In all the countries that are frontrunners of 5G in Asia-Pacific, 5G is benefiting from local government support coupled with local demand or at least the potential for demand for 5G services. The demand may be incentive or market driven.

    The market for 5G is expected to have reached $4.50 billion by 2022 with 280.4 million 5G subscriptions. The implementation timeline for MNOs will vary from country to country, albeit not as widely as it was with 3G or 4G. Frost and Sullivan expects that government support for 5G in populous countries such as China and India and new business models that will emerge out of the trials by MNOs at the upcoming Olympics will support high service revenue growth at CAGR of 315.1% from 2019 to 2022.

    5G will trigger a quicker transition to distributed, cloud native networks that leverage on NFV, SDN, and MEC to reduce cost to serve and improve on efficiency and profitability for MNOs. Further, with 5G offering latency below 1ms and larger bandwidths, mobile networks can gain an edge over fibre networks and regain competitiveness.
    If you have any client that has an interest in gaining an in depth understanding of 5G developments in Asia Pacific, this study will help address questions such as:
    •How will 5G impact industry?
    •What are the market challenges and opportunities?
    •What are the key drivers for growth?
    •How big will the market be for 5G by 2022?
  • Mobile Edge Computing/Fog Computing: A Journey from Concepts to Reality
    Mobile Edge Computing/Fog Computing: A Journey from Concepts to Reality Naveen Mishra, Ajay Sunder, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Aug 2 2017 62 mins
    The need to embrace digital transformation in all possible scenarios is paramount to bring efficiencies and improve current business processes. The challenges of real-time data processing, high network speeds and latency can be overcome by using ICT technologies, i.e., Mobile Edge Computing/Fog Computing. These computing technologies bring compute and storage capabilities to the edge of the network and enable real-time and context-based business applications. All industry verticals can find relevant application areas that can benefit from computing at the edge of the network.
  • Harnessing the Cloud to Embrace New International Opportunities
    Harnessing the Cloud to Embrace New International Opportunities Adrian Drozd, Research Director, Frost & Sullivan and David Turner, Senior Director, EMEA Marketing, Oracle NetSuite Recorded: Jul 13 2017 59 mins
    Prior to the era of digital transformation, international expansion was largely the domain of very large organisations that were capable of investing in infrastructure across the world. Today, the vast majority of IT solutions that enable innovation are deployed in the cloud; such solutions are opening up new opportunities for businesses of all sizes. When it comes to international expansion, acting local but delivering consistent and flexible services is essential. Cloud-based solutions allow organisations to internationalise quickly and enable start-ups to be “born global”.
  • Biometrics and Strong Authentication Create Opportunities for Financial Services
    Biometrics and Strong Authentication Create Opportunities for Financial Services Jean-Noël Georges,Christopher Schenking,Gemalto,Yves Chemla,United Biometrics Recorded: Jun 28 2017 44 mins
    Digital transformation is already impacting financial services, and future banking will evolve to leverage technology in ways that will have a much deeper implication to customer service than current use cases. As a result, numerous interactions between customers and digital banking will be done by using mobile devices and cloud-based platforms. Furthermore, security will be key to creating confidence in the value chain. Financial service providers are investing in bringing services to customers on personal devices, increasing the need for software/hardware security solutions for authentication of transactions. Biometrics can be leveraged for strong authentication and to comply with regional regulations.
  • The Future of Smart Cards: Are Cards Already Dead?
    The Future of Smart Cards: Are Cards Already Dead? Jean-Noël Georges and Nicolas Raffin, Head of Strategic Marketing & Innovation Payment, Oberthur Technologies Recorded: Jun 22 2017 56 mins
    For more than a decade, industry experts have predicted the death of smart cards. However, the embedded SIM (eSIM) has an impact on the telecommunication vertical, and many other verticals continue to benefit from the tremendous advantages of this secured device. Frost & Sullivan forecasts that, in 2017, the market will continue to grow at a 4.7% CAGR globally for all verticals, including telecommunication, banking and payment, government and ID, transportation, and physical and logical access. In a growing market, innovation is key. This is why major players have added innovative functionalities to the existing medium to strengthen security and provide a more exciting user experience.
  • Blockchains Transforming the Energy Sector
    Blockchains Transforming the Energy Sector Vijay Michalik, Industry Analyst and Jonathan Robinson, Principal Consultant Recorded: Jun 13 2017 40 mins
    From the beginning of the energy sector's digital transformation, many technologies have emerged to offer new opportunities and challenges to industry participants. As technology development cycles accelerate, it is easy to dismiss new possibilities as irrelevant or impossible to implement, but blockchain and distributed ledger technology may prove vital to industry transformation. In this briefing we discuss the development, opportunities, pitfalls and future predictions for the technology.
  • Connected Cars: Where are the Services?
    Connected Cars: Where are the Services? Jean-Noël Georges, Julien Clausse, Amadeus and Michael Tworek, Gemalto Recorded: Jun 1 2017 55 mins
    Digital transformation is impacting the automotive industry thanks to the rise of embedded software, autonomous behavior and hyper connectivity. But connected cars are often mentioned when referring to hacking or security threats and risks. At Frost & Sullivan, we strongly think that connected cars will drastically change the way people interact with vehicles due to the numerous communication technologies and associated services that will be available. Even if security is mandatory to create confidence in connected car usage, real value-added services are also vital for a successful commercial rollout. The My-Car-as-a-Service concept will transform existing car usage in a frictionless experience.
  • European Utilities: The Digital Transformation Journey
    European Utilities: The Digital Transformation Journey Yiru Zhong and Jonathan Robinson Recorded: May 17 2017 45 mins
    As Europe’s electricity power sector evolves and utilities embark on their own digital transformation journeys, traditional IT and industrial OEMs have built out adjacent portfolios to address market demand. This presentation looks at what utilities are doing with key digital technologies, such as analytics, digital marketing, cloud, or IoT, and their operational or business objectives. It also compares the routes to market by different types of ecosystem participants to identify utilities’ challenges.
  • Women in Cyber: Why Can’t We Attract Them?
    Women in Cyber: Why Can’t We Attract Them? Jarad Carleton, Dr. Richard Horne, Vicki Gavin, Dr. Sue Black, Lynn Terwoerds, Jill Slay Recorded: May 3 2017 59 mins
    Cybersecurity is one of the most important, yet misunderstood and underappreciated professions in the world. It has near-zero unemployment and a worker shortfall that grows every year—a gap projected to reach 1.8 million by 2022. Given the talent shortfall, and the apparent attention, it is difficult to understand why more women are not attracted to the field. If they were, the workforce gap could be reversed.

    A panel of thought leaders will discuss concrete steps to close the workforce gap, the role that women should play in achieving that goal, the equality challenges facing women in the profession, and quantitative key performance indicators that organizations must implement to create a gender-balanced workforce that offers equal opportunities for all professionals.
  • Australian Tertiary Education Technology Market: Key Trends & Opportunities
    Australian Tertiary Education Technology Market: Key Trends & Opportunities Audrey William, Head of Research, Australia and New Zealand Recorded: Apr 20 2017 19 mins
    In Australia in 2015, 43% of adults held a tertiary qualification; this is one of the world’s highest population proportions, behind only Canada, Japan, Israel, Korea, the US and UK. Competition and specialization amongst universities has been and will continue to be a significant source of technological change on campuses, enabling student and staff retention, and the development of deep specializations in unique academic areas to boost institutional reputation. Digitization of the learning experience is a key trend that will continue in the tertiary sector. Through a demand-pull model, student demand for digital innovations and seamless tech solutions will be fulfilled, enabling more effective collaboration and engagement.

    Why You Must Attend:

    · Understand the key technologies impacting the Australian education sector.
    · Discover the challenges facing the Australia education sector.
    · Find out what impacts Moocs (Massive Online Open Courses) are having on the market.
    · See how universities are embracing digitization in 2017 and beyond.

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