IBM has brought a Watson Food Truck to to the South by Southwest conference in Austin to demonstrate how cognitive computing systems work.
At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014, Intel discusses the company's expanding portfolio of computing and communications technologies for the smallest of devices to the most complex mobile networks.
Intel Corporation aims to transform mobile experiences, services and infrastructure. At Mobile World Congress 2014, Intel showcases its broad portfolio of computing and communications assets designed for today's mobile computing and for what's next - the Internet of Things.
Ericsson in its opening-day media and analyst briefing at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, asserts its leadership in technology and services in an increasingly data-centric world.
Ericsson and Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, have jointly launched an innovative new connected LED street lighting model. The partnership solves two major issues that cities are facing today: providing citizens with improved network performance in dense urban areas as well as high quality, public lighting that is energy efficient.
Vast amounts of data streams and information needed to be analyzed, combined and actioned upon, creating a complexity that goes far beyond mere human management. Ericsson and Telstra have come up with a proposed coordination center of the future that empowers decision-making