‘Internet of Things’, Big Data to Shine Bright at CommunicAsia 2014

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Keeping in mind the growing influence of Internet of Things and Big Data in the enterprise world, CommunicAsia 2014 is set to focus itself towards providing critical information and review of concepts around IoT, Big Data, Cloud and M2M or Machine to machine communications and wireless networking.

Over the past many years, happening in Singapore, CommunicAsia has become a true marquee exposition in the IT and communications arena and delivers a global platform to visitors and exhibitors in terms of highlighting global IT and Communication trends and insights into the near term future.

“CommunicAsia has quite successfully developed into one of the biggest global ICT events. There are many companies that participate from India and this event plays an important role in terms of creating the right platform to feature innovations at global level,” informs, NK Goyal, President, CMAI Association of India.

The Internet is ever-progressing, expanding beyond PCs and mobile devices into enterprise assets such as field equipment and consumer items. For a truly connected city to happen, it has to adopt ‘IoT’ (The Internet of Things) to transform how both an emerging or developed city delivers services and how business and people interact with one another. This can be done using advanced technologies and solutions that are not just reliable but also deliver high productivity.

The IoT installed base is forecasted to grow to 26 billion units by 2020.1 Also, worldwide IT spending will grow by 3.1 per cent to US$3.8 trillion this year, driven by businesses starting to harness ‘big data’ garnered from smartphones and other devices.

CommunicAsia2014 and EnterpriseIT2014 together will unveil a full suite of end-to-end solutions that can transform the vision of a connected city into reality.

At this year’s CommunicAsia, visitors will get to observe and understand how big data, business analytics software, cloud services, embedded technology, sensor networks, RFID, GPS, M2M, mobility, security and wireless networking can help companies, from a wide spectrum of market sectors such as education, banking & finance, healthcare, hospitality, retail and utilities sectors, deliver a better way to live and do business.