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Gartner says worldwide end-user spending on cloud-based web conferencing solutions will grow nearly 25% in 2020

Global workplace restrictions will expand cloud conferencing user base throughout 2020, but growth will taper off in 2021 more
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Covid-19 has changed how we look at telecom infrastructure, cloud and AI. Here are six questions for future telecom regulation

The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has proven that telecom infrastructure is critical. Telecommunications networks delivered service during the lockdown, enabling many to continue to work, learn, shop, and access healthcare. Policymakers will likely revisit regulation for telecommunications networks, not only to optimize network investment, but to improve security.  Indeed, policymakers will also realize that security which has focused to date on the transport layer of networks is leaving the access and applications layers vulnerable
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Global smartphone shipments plunge by 16.8 percent in Q1 as coronavirus takes a toll

Market set to fall by 13.1 percent this year; uneven recovery expected in the second half of 2020 more

Opportunity for consumer IoT vendors with key categories forecast to grow 10%

Canalys forecasts that shipments of wearable bands, smart personal audio devices and smart speakers will grow 9.8% to reach 718.0 million units in 2020 as consumer IoT vendors look for growth in markets disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The three major device categories form an extension to IoT ecosystems deployed by smartphone and platform vendors, such as Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Xiaomi and Huawei. Though a strong downturn is expected, vendors have become more proactive to make sure they can weather this challenging time
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COVID19 pandemic impact: Telco cloud revenue from 5G core deployments will fall short of the 2020 forecasted US$9 billion by 25%

ABI Research whitepaper identifies the short-and long-term impacts the global pandemic will have on 5G Core and Edge Networks more
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Telecom equipment companies must minimize risks to the supply chain, says GlobalData

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is by far the most significant theme to affect the technology industry in 2020. It will put incredible strain on the world economy, which will be effectively halted for three months or more more
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