Real Questions and latest syllabus of 500-901 exam

From killexams.com, all of us give valid or even more today Cisco 500-901 dumps that are accessible for download within just one click on. We tend not to recommend wasting your own time on totally free stuff. Just indication-up for the little payment plus obtain your Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Infrastructure Design practice exam download account ready within a short while. Study our 500-901 cheat sheets and complete your exam.

Exam Code: 500-901 Practice test 2022 by Killexams.com team
Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Infrastructure Design
Cisco Infrastructure health
Killexams : Cisco Infrastructure health - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/500-901 Search results Killexams : Cisco Infrastructure health - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/500-901 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Cisco Killexams : Accenture, Alibaba, and Cisco Among Leading...

LONDON, July 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Smart Cities – Thematic Research" report offered by GlobalData Plc provides an overview of the smart cities theme and identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months. The report also includes a comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart city spending to 2025. Moreover, it contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.

According to the thematic intelligence report published by GlobalData, the smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% by 2025. Increased urbanization is already causing infrastructure headaches for cities, which will only worsen. These challenges are driving the creation of smart cities.

For more insights on the smart cities market forecast, download a sample report

Smart Cities Mergers and Acquisitions

Smart grid and smart transportation have seen the most significant M&A activity. Two of the biggest acquisitions, Veolia's purchase of Suez and Emerson Electric's acquisition of OSI, are centered around smart grids and water. They arguably reflect the importance of the smart metering market and its potential for steady growth. The growing importance of water infrastructure can also be seen in the acquisitions of Irrisoft and S-Group Solutions.

To know more about key smart cities M&A transactions, download a sample report

Key Trends Impacting the Smart Cities Theme

Technology Trend: Early signs are that the metaverse could play several roles in smart cities. The pandemic has shown that the most resilient cities enable their citizens to work, learn, and socialize remotely. Accordingly, in November 2021, Seoul announced plans to use a metaverse platform to provide this flexibility to its citizens. The platform (to be completed by 2023) will virtually conduct public services such as tourism, education, cultural experiences, and civilian services.

Macroeconomic Trend: The pandemic's fallout means cities face a growing number of problems during a period of serious economic uncertainty. As a result, cities will view proposed smart city initiatives differently. To be a justifiable investment, an initiative must have a clear, relevant purpose and be as cost-effective as possible.

Regulatory Trend: Cities worldwide are starting to create ethical guidelines for their adoption of technology. London has published an emerging technology charter; a set of rules that outline the city's expectations for how new data-enabled technologies should be developed and deployed for use in the public realm. Dubai has also been discussing a similar charter, while cities like Boston have created a playbook that governs the relationship between suppliers and citizens.

For more insights on other trends impacting the smart cities theme, download a sample report

Smart Cities Value Chains

The smart cities value chain consists of three main areas: smart city platforms, smart city applications, and smart city services.

Smart City Platforms: Smart city platforms provide a platform for the unified delivery of local public services. Although each city is unique, and all have their challenges around delivering services and providing vital infrastructure, a common factor is that more value will be delivered by integrating each smart city service into an all-encompassing platform. This allows for the creation of open data services to encourage innovation and the development of new digital services.

Smart City Applications: Smart city applications can be further segmented into smart buildings, smart transport, smart infrastructure, and smart grid. Health measures in the form of improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and screening systems will become crucial components of smart buildings. The structure or framework for smart transportation starts with infrastructure. There cannot be a smart city without smart mobility, and smart mobility is impossible without smart transport infrastructure. The cities have also invested in two infrastructure types: health infrastructure that directly tackles the spread of COVID-19 and infrastructure that improves citizens' digital access. Moreover, a smart grid modernizes power systems through self-healing designs, automation, remote monitoring and control, and the establishment of microgrids.

Smart City Services: Cities do not have the design, technical, integration, or data analysis skills to become smart cities on their own. There is an active market for smart city design and integration services, which stitch together applications for smart buildings, transportation, infrastructure, and power grids. On the integration side, the providers of these services include large players such as IBM, Siemens, and Huawei, together with the likes of TCS, Capgemini, Wipro, and notably in Asia, Mitac.

For comprehensive insights on the value chain of the smart cities theme, download a sample report

Leading Public Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • Accenture
  • Alibaba
  • Cisco
  • Hikvision
  • Hitachi
  • Honeywell
  • IBM
  • iFlytek
  • Johnson Controls
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • ZTE

Leading Private Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • 75F
  • Cleverciti
  • Huawei
  • Quantela
  • Via Transportation

To know more about leading companies associated with the smart cities theme, download a sample report

Smart Cities Sector Scorecards

At GlobalData, we use a scorecard approach to predict tomorrow's leading companies within each sector. Our sector scorecards have three screens: a thematic screen, a valuation screen, and a risk screen.

Smart city is a theme that impacts many of the 17 technology, media, and telecom (TMT) sectors we cover. In this report, we focus specifically on the industrial automation and IT services sectors.

  • Thematic screen: Our thematic screen ranks companies based on overall leadership in the 10 themes that matter most to their industry, generating a leading indicator of future performance.
  • Valuation screen: Our valuation screen ranks our universe of companies within a sector based on selected valuation metrics.
  • Risk screen: Our risk screen ranks companies within a particular sector based on overall investment risk.

Scope

  • The report identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months, split into three categories: technology trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.
  • It includes comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart cities spending to 2025.
  • It contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.
  • The detailed value chain illustrates how smart cities fit into the IoT technology stack. The report covers three layers of the smart cities value chain: the platform layer, the app layer, and the services layer.

Reasons to Buy

The smart city is an important market that attracts substantial investment. This report is a clear and insightful overview of this increasingly important theme, telling you everything you need to know about what makes a city smart and which companies are benefitting from increased urbanization.

Related Reports

  • Smart Cities in Travel and Tourism – Thematic Research – Click here
  • UEFA Women's European Championships Business, Case Studies, Tourism Impact, Sponsorship, and Media Landscape, 2022 – Click here
  • Cybersecurity in Defense - Thematic Research – Click here
  • Cybersecurity in Travel and Tourism - Thematic Research – Click here
  • Travel Apps - Thematic Research – Click here

Smart Cities Market Overview

Market Size 2019 $221.1 billion
CAGR >11%
Key Technology Trends The Metaverse, Cyber Threats, Digital Twins, AI Adoption, 5G, Surveillance Tech, and Digitalization
Key Macroeconomic Trends The Post-COVID Smart City, Water Shortages, Smart City Geopolitics, and The Digital Silk Road
Key Regulatory Trends COP26 Impact on Cities and Emerging Tech Charters
Value Chains Smart City Platforms, Smart City Apps, and Smart City Services
Leading Public Companies Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE
Leading Private Companies 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation

FAQs

What was the smart cities market size in 2019?
The smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019.

What is the smart cities market growth rate?
The smart cities market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% from 2019 to 2025.

What are the key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme are the metaverse, cyber threats, digital twins, AI adoption, 5G, surveillance tech, and digitalization.

What are the key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme are the post-COVID smart city, water shortages, smart city geopolitics, and the digital silk road.

What are the key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme?
The key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme are COP26 impact on cities and emerging tech charters.

What are the key value chains in the smart cities market?
The key value chains in the smart cities market can be divided into three segments: smart city platforms, smart city apps, and smart city services.

Which are the leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme?
The leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme are Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE.

Which are the leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme?
The leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme are 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation.

About GlobalData

GlobalData is a leading provider of data, analytics, and insights on the world's largest industries. In an increasingly fast-moving, complex, and uncertain world, it has never been harder for organizations and decision makers to predict and navigate the future. This is why GlobalData's mission is to help our clients to decode the future and profit from faster, more informed decisions. As a leading information services company, thousands of clients rely on GlobalData for trusted, timely, and actionable intelligence. Our solutions are designed to provide a daily edge to professionals within corporations, financial institutions, professional services, and government agencies.

Media Contacts

GlobalData

Mark Jephcott
Head of PR EMEA
mark.jephcott@globaldata.com
cc: pr@globaldata.com

+44 (0)207 936 6400


© 2022 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

Thu, 21 Jul 2022 14:22:00 -0500 text/html https://www.benzinga.com/pressreleases/22/07/g28162712/accenture-alibaba-and-cisco-among-leading-companies-associated-with-smart-cities-theme-globaldata-
Killexams : Cisco: The Five Elements Businesses Must Have to Succeed With Hybrid Work

The approach employees and organizations now take towards work has changed and continues to evolve in different ways. As entire industries shifted towards a remote working model during the pandemic new challenges arose. Reem Asaad, Vice President, Cisco Middle East and Africa explores innovative technological solutions to help organizations create efficient and sustainable hybrid work roadmaps.

Now as the world enters a new phase with many countries slowly returning to some form of normalcy, the need for businesses to be flexible is essential. Flexibility is crucial in the era of hybrid work and organizations must ensure their solutions are agile, inclusive, supportive, secure and can be easily managed by IT teams.

Cisco is firmly committed to support customers and partners as they navigate this new normal in a way that empowers them to achieve their full potential as they switch from the old world of remote work towards hybrid work. The dramatic changes to work methods pre-pandemic and during the pandemic will continue into the next wave of work and Cisco’s range of collaboration tools for business can help.   

To help organizations develop effective and sustainable hybrid work roadmaps, Cisco has come up with five essential elements that should be in place for this switch to be successful.

Flexible: People want flexibility in how, where, and when they work. That means the solution should adapt to any kind of communication and interaction your team needs – from a simple phone call to the largest meeting or event. It should enable employees to work with people inside and outside an organization with all users and functions and with the tools they require such as cloud calling and other collaboration platforms. 

Inclusive: Hybrid work makes inclusivity more difficult compared with all remote or all in office work. Cisco advises providing equal experiences for everyone, wherever they are by enabling people to communicate regardless of their native language or location while also allowing people to communicate non-verbally with ease. Every employee in a hybrid meeting must feel like an equal participant to avoid remote participants becoming isolated or marginalized.

Supportive: Employees require empathy for their health and well-being. Many people are feeling burned out from virtual work and may be anxious about returning to the office. The solution should provide capabilities to reduce employee fatigue and keep them focused with a healthy workplace for a safe return to the office.

Secure: Hybrid work creates potential gaps in security. People are now working from everywhere and therefore the risk surface and threats have expanded. Built-in security is critical, it should not be bolted on and must also honor an individual’s privacy by default.

Managed: Hybrid work increases complexity for IT teams that must not only provide performance and quality for the main office or campus, but for all home offices and remote work locations too. Therefore, frictionless administration of the entire environment is necessary for software, hardware, and facilities – with real-time insights to ensure the best experience for users. This solution must also be built with a modern cloud infrastructure that is optimized for the media and bandwidth demands of hybrid work, because every meeting now requires video.

Cisco is supporting organizations as they transition towards hybrid working through its Webex suite of innovative digital workplace solutions. The platform has a new look and feel and supports hybrid collaboration at 40 percent lower than a-la-carte options. It integrates Slido’s audience engagement capabilities and will soon feature Socio’s hybrid event management tools, which will provide the most comprehensive events platform for any physical, virtual or hybrid event.

With 98 percent of future meeting experiences and conferencing expected to include at least one remote participant, these technologies are set to play a much larger role across all industries. Customers and partners will also benefit from Cisco’s new audience interaction tools to develop greater audience engagement; audio intelligence to Excellerate audio quality during video calls and audio conferencing; camera intelligence, which employs AI to individually re-frame meeting participants for an immersive video experience; and Webex Desk – a powerful all-in-one collaboration device designed for the desk at work or home. All of these innovations are built upon Cisco’s secure experience which automatically blocks and removes confidential information and will now be available in Messaging.

Thu, 14 Jul 2022 12:01:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/cisco-five-elements-businesses-must-have-succeed-hybrid-work-1438754
Killexams : Cisco lays out a roadmap that it says will help government digitise India No result found, try new keyword!In conversation with Daisy Chittilapilly, President of Cisco India & SAARC, about the Digital Indian Mission and how Cisco is helping India achieve its dream of complete digitisation. Tue, 02 Aug 2022 15:23:27 -0500 en-in text/html https://www.msn.com/en-in/money/technology/cisco-lays-out-a-roadmap-that-it-says-will-help-government-digitise-india/ar-AA10fqVY?fromMaestro=true Killexams : Cisco TelePresence Service Launches in Tunisia

Cisco announced today that its Tunis office has become the first business premises in Tunisia to offer Cisco TelePresence(tm) exchanges. Unveiled in Cisco's Tunis offices last week, the Cisco TelePresence solution offers a live, face-to-face experience that enables people from different offices and cities around the world to meet virtually using the power of the network. Cisco TelePresence meeting participants can share content, create high-quality video recordings of events, consult with experts, and deliver powerful personalized services, all using the network for an immersive in-person experience.

In Tunisia, Cisco TelePresence technology offers more than a virtual meeting experience for businesses. Health care professionals, for example, will be able to collaborate more easily, regardless of location, thereby improving both the timeliness and the quality of care delivered. Patients will have access to physicians and specialists from remote locations. The Cisco TelePresence infrastructure is also ideal for applications of telemedicine such as specialist or radiologist consultations. Likewise, for educational establishments, Cisco TelePresence Classroom will help transform the learning environment, providing a means to bring education to remote locations and also connect with colleges, institutions and tutors from around the world.

Highlights / Key Facts:

Setting up a Cisco TelePresence meeting is as simple as making a phone call, and when participants sit down at the conference table in a Cisco TelePresence room, other participants appear to be sitting across the table, in life size, no matter where they are in the world.

The Cisco office in Tunis has been installed with the Cisco TelePresence System 1300 Series. With a streamlined, elegant design, one screen, and three cameras, the Cisco TelePresence System 1300 Series can support meetings with up to six people in a regular conference room. Built-in lighting produces high-quality, natural-looking video by eliminating facial shadows. Nearly any conference room with its existing table can be used. Built-in support for audio conferencing and display for presentations provide extra value, while bandwidth needs are reduced to a single video stream of the active speakers for optimized return on investment.

For businesses in North Africa, Cisco TelePresence technology will bridge geographical divides, by enabling highly secure virtual meetings with multiple locations inside or outside the corporate firewall. Ultimately, the solution will help to save costs and boost productivity by reducing travel and will facilitate a greener company environment by reducing its carbon footprint.

The 'real-life' meeting experience provided by Cisco TelePresence technology is delivered through ultra-high-definition video that reveals subtle facial expressions conveying nonverbal reactions. Spatial audio allows the transmission of every nuance of the conversation and enables participants to interact as they would in person.

As other businesses in Tunisia adopt Cisco TelePresence solutions, an expert on investment products based in a Tunis bank, for example, will be able to have face-to-face private meetings with customers in Mahdia and Sousse without having to travel a long distance. Similarly, a geological data analyst for an exploration company will be able meet face-to-face with several teams in London, New York and Bangalore in one day and still attend to personal commitments.

Executive Quotes:

Adel Dahmani, general manager for Cisco Tunisia
"In today's climate, when companies are looking at better ways to conduct business efficiently whilst also keeping a firm control on travel costs, Cisco TelePresence technology offers the perfect solution. Cisco employees in Tunis are already enjoying the benefits and cost savings that a Cisco TelePresence solution offers, and we aim to also utilize this installation in our Tunis offices as a pilot to allow our business partners and customers across the region the opportunity to experience the power of Cisco TelePresence technology. We are confident that in the very near future many more organizations in Tunisia and across North Africa will be deploying the Cisco TelePresence solution."

Anthony Vonsee, managing director for Cisco North Africa Levant
"The deployment of Cisco TelePresence technology can now be increased significantly throughout the sub-Saharan African region with the arrival of submarine cables, which now offer high bandwidth at attractive prices. Cisco's vision is to be the leading enabler of ICT and broadband acceleration in emerging markets through innovative, scalable, high-value technology offerings and solutions. This Cisco TelePresence solution will not only transform the way business is conducted in North Africa but also help make vital services like health care and education more accessible to those who need them most." 

Mon, 18 Jul 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.albawaba.com/news/cisco-telepresence-service-launches-tunisia
Killexams : Pass Cisco 350-401 ENCOR by exploring essential course resources

Taking the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR test and passing it with good grades is not an easy task. Enterprise networking technologies are increasing at an intense level. In particular, the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR certification is accessible, and the training embodies success to obtain it and pass the 350-401 exams dumps. Not every IT professional has the ability to accomplish this task. The Cisco 350-401 Enterprise certifications allow you to gain more in-depth knowledge about networking technologies. Furthermore, it assists in gaining skills to deal with security issues and implement automation methods. Consequently, one of the visible benefits of taking the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR exam is that you will excel in your career.

Advantages of the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR certification

Indeed, the 350-401 certification will help you stand out in a crowd for several reasons.

  • Evidently, candidates taking and passing the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR test are known for their acquired skills. Cisco offers comprehensive courses and great training along with professional certifications.
  • Additionally, the 350-401 certification will open doors to several international organizations. Many companies who stay up to date with the latest network technologies want to work with the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR certified professional.
  • Hence, having Cisco 350-401 Enterprise on the resume will help you get the job more easily.
  • More likely, candidates will gain skills in network technologies. They acquire the ability to deal with fissures in automation and security.

Prepare for the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR exam

The Cisco certification test proves the ability of an individual to deal with and manage Cisco Enterprise wireless and wired networks. It is a part of the syllabus to get the ultimate command to implement security solutions. Therefore, it is necessary to commit to prepare for the 350-401 test and acknowledge the benefits. Moreover, all 350-401 training and online material is available for the Cisco test preparation.

To understand the Topics well, it is good to practice Cisco 350-401 ENCOR tests online. This will help to prepare well for the Cisco test and also Excellerate the 350-401 course credits. The online 350-401 practice exams are taken according to the test structure.

Understand the concepts with Cisco 350-401 ENCOR dumps

Candidates can start the Cisco ENCOR 350-401 test preparation right away. The 350-401 ENCOR dumps, along with practice questions and answers, are also available online. The 350-401 Crack dumps with study guide and 350-401 test dumps allow the candidate to train and pass certification at the first attempt.

Indeed, the 350-401 ENCOR dumps, practice questions, and study guide are the only solutions you need to pass the certification exams. The practice questions are joined together by the industry experts. So, get immediate online help and study hard to pass hassle-free.

Cisco 350-401 ENCOR training videos, study guides, and practice questions are gathered by the experts. Prepare, study, and pass the ENCOR 350-401 certification test by practicing test questions and going through dumps to get immediate help.

Pass with the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR test material

The Cisco 350-401 ENCOR test material helps many candidates master the enterprise networking technologies. It also allows them to understand the core of automation infrastructure, security, and network assurance. The test is 120 minutes’ total following the certification updates. The individuals will get a chance to broaden their IT skills and enhance their knowledge. However, after passing the ENCOR 350-401 exam, they will get great positions in the IT field. The relevant material confirms that the candidate must have skills to configure, manage, and troubleshoot wired or wireless networks.

The self-study material includes all of the practice questions, comprehensive lab videos, and various challenges. All of the challenges let the candidates validate their abilities and skills. Indeed, the idea of providing complete ENCOR 350-401 test materials is to prepare candidates for certification without any hassle. It promotes organized study involving quizzes, questions, online practice tests, and review concepts. Thus, all of the resources with brilliant content mastery are available online.

Be a skilled Cisco 350-401 ENCOR professional

Passing the Cisco 350-401 ENCOR test will make a candidate a capable professional in automation and security. Moreover, it enables the candidate to handle all types of network technologies. So, passing the 350-401 test with a flying score is a reliable option to get a good job. Truly, a candidate needs to manage their time efficiently to prepare well for the exam. Significantly, there are several advantages to be a certified Cisco 350-401 ENCOR professional.

So, it is best to work hard for the 350-401 test by considering the reliable course material available online. While the online Cisco 350-401 ENCOR practice questions online prove to be very helpful. Complete 350-401 dumps enable to assess the knowledge growth more appropriately.

Be a Cisco 350-401 ENCOR certified professional and acquire proficiency and skills in network technologies.
Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

Sun, 31 Jul 2022 21:32:00 -0500 en-GB text/html https://www.nyasatimes.com/pass-cisco-350-401-encor-by-exploring-essential-course-resources/
Killexams : Cisco Announces August 2022 Event with the Financial Community

SAN JOSE, Calif., July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Cisco today announced that it will participate in the following conference with the financial community during the month of August. The session will be webcast. Interested parties can view the event on Cisco's Investor Relations website at investor.cisco.com.

Cisco Logo (PRNewsfoto/Cisco)

Deutsche Bank 2022 Technology Conference
August 31, 2022
9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 p.m. ET
Greg Dorai, Vice President, Product Management, Secure Access Group

About Cisco

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet. Cisco inspires new possibilities by reimagining your applications, securing your data, transforming your infrastructure, and empowering your teams for a global and inclusive future. Discover more on The Newsroom and follow us on Twitter.

Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco's trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.

Cision View original content to download multimedia:https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cisco-announces-august-2022-event-with-the-financial-community-301594909.html

SOURCE Cisco Systems, Inc.

Thu, 28 Jul 2022 00:28:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://kfor.com/business/press-releases/cision/20220728SF29067/cisco-announces-august-2022-event-with-the-financial-community/
Killexams : Accenture, Alibaba, And Cisco Among Leading Companies Associated With Smart Cities Theme | Globaldata Plc

(MENAFN- GlobeNewsWire - Nasdaq)

LONDON, July 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The“Smart C ities – Thematic Research” report offered by GlobalData Plc provides an overview of the smart cities theme and identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months. The report also includes a comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart city spending to 2025. Moreover, it contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.

According to the thematic intelligence report published by GlobalData, the smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% by 2025. Increased urbanization is already causing infrastructure headaches for cities, which will only worsen. These challenges are driving the creation of smart cities.

For more insights on th e smart cities market forecast , download a sample report

Smart C ities Mergers and A cquisitions

Smart grid and smart transportation have seen the most significant M&A activity. Two of the biggest acquisitions, Veolia's purchase of Suez and Emerson Electric's acquisition of OSI, are centered around smart grids and water. They arguably reflect the importance of the smart metering market and its potential for steady growth. The growing importance of water infrastructure can also be seen in the acquisitions of Irrisoft and S-Group Solutions.

To know more about key smart cities M&A transactions , download a sample report

Key Trend s Impacting the Smart Cities Theme

Technology Trend: Early signs are that the metaverse could play several roles in smart cities. The pandemic has shown that the most resilient cities enable their citizens to work, learn, and socialize remotely. Accordingly, in November 2021, Seoul announced plans to use a metaverse platform to provide this flexibility to its citizens. The platform (to be completed by 2023) will virtually conduct public services such as tourism, education, cultural experiences, and civilian services.

Macroeconomic Trend : The pandemic's fallout means cities face a growing number of problems during a period of serious economic uncertainty. As a result, cities will view proposed smart city initiatives differently. To be a justifiable investment, an initiative must have a clear, relevant purpose and be as cost-effective as possible.

Regulatory Trend : Cities worldwide are starting to create ethical guidelines for their adoption of technology. London has published an emerging technology charter; a set of rules that outline the city's expectations for how new data-enabled technologies should be developed and deployed for use in the public realm. Dubai has also been discussing a similar charter, while cities like Boston have created a playbook that governs the relationship between suppliers and citizens.

For more insights on other trends impacting the smart cities theme, download a sample report

Smart Cities Value Chains

The smart cities value chain consists of three main areas: smart city platforms, smart city applications, and smart city services.

Smart City Platforms : Smart city platforms provide a platform for the unified delivery of local public services. Although each city is unique, and all have their challenges around delivering services and providing vital infrastructure, a common factor is that more value will be delivered by integrating each smart city service into an all-encompassing platform. This allows for the creation of open data services to encourage innovation and the development of new digital services.

Smart City Applications : Smart city applications can be further segmented into smart buildings, smart transport, smart infrastructure, and smart grid. Health measures in the form of improved heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and screening systems will become crucial components of smart buildings. The structure or framework for smart transportation starts with infrastructure. There cannot be a smart city without smart mobility, and smart mobility is impossible without smart transport infrastructure. The cities have also invested in two infrastructure types: health infrastructure that directly tackles the spread of COVID-19 and infrastructure that improves citizens' digital access. Moreover, a smart grid modernizes power systems through self-healing designs, automation, remote monitoring and control, and the establishment of microgrids.

Smart City Services: Cities do not have the design, technical, integration, or data analysis skills to become smart cities on their own. There is an active market for smart city design and integration services, which stitch together applications for smart buildings, transportation, infrastructure, and power grids. On the integration side, the providers of these services include large players such as IBM, Siemens, and Huawei, together with the likes of TCS, Capgemini, Wipro, and notably in Asia, Mitac.

For comprehensive insights on the value chain of the smart cities theme, download a sample report

Leading Public Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • Accenture
  • Alibaba
  • Cisco
  • Hikvision
  • Hitachi
  • Honeywell
  • IBM
  • iFlytek
  • Johnson Controls
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • ZTE

Leading Private Companies Associated with the Smart Cities Theme

  • 75F
  • Cleverciti
  • Huawei
  • Quantela
  • Via Transportation

To know more about leading companies associated with the smart cities theme , download a sa m ple report

Smart Cities Sector Scorecards

At GlobalData, we use a scorecard approach to predict tomorrow's leading companies within each sector. Our sector scorecards have three screens: a thematic screen, a valuation screen, and a risk screen.

Smart city is a theme that impacts many of the 17 technology, media, and telecom (TMT) sectors we cover. In this report, we focus specifically on the industrial automation and IT services sectors.

  • Thematic screen: Our thematic screen ranks companies based on overall leadership in the 10 themes that matter most to their industry, generating a leading indicator of future performance.
  • Valuation screen: Our valuation screen ranks our universe of companies within a sector based on selected valuation metrics.
  • Risk screen: Our risk screen ranks companies within a particular sector based on overall investment risk.

Scope

  • The report identifies the key trends impacting the growth of the theme over the next 12 to 24 months, split into three categories: technology trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.
  • It includes comprehensive industry analysis, including forecasts for global smart cities spending to 2025.
  • It contains details of M&A deals driven by the smart cities theme, and a timeline highlighting milestones in the development of smart cities.
  • The detailed value chain illustrates how smart cities fit into the IoT technology stack. The report covers three layers of the smart cities value chain: the platform layer, the app layer, and the services layer.

Reasons to Buy

The smart city is an important market that attracts substantial investment. This report is a clear and insightful overview of this increasingly important theme, telling you everything you need to know about what makes a city smart and which companies are benefitting from increased urbanization.

Related Reports

  • Smart Cities in Travel and Tourism – Thematic Research – Click here
  • UEFA Women's European Championships Business, Case Studies, Tourism Impact, Sponsorship, and Media Landscape, 2022 – Click here
  • Cybersecurity in Defense - Thematic Research – Click here
  • Cybersecurity in Travel and Tourism - Thematic Research – Click here
  • Travel Apps - Thematic Research – Click here

Smart Cities Market Overview

Market Size 2019 $221.1 billion
CAGR >11%
Key Technology Trends The Metaverse, Cyber Threats, Digital Twins, AI Adoption, 5G, Surveillance Tech, and Digitalization
Key Macroeconomic Trends The Post-COVID Smart City, Water Shortages, Smart City Geopolitics, and The Digital Silk Road
Key Regulatory Trends COP26 Impact on Cities and Emerging Tech Charters
Value Chains Smart City Platforms, Smart City Apps, and Smart City Services
Leading Public Companies Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE
Leading Private Companies 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation

FAQs

What was the smart cities market size in 20 19 ?
The smart cities market size was valued at $221.1 billion in 2019.

What is the smart cities market growth rate?
The smart cities market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 11% from 2019 to 2025.

What are the key technology trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key technology trends impacting the smart cities theme are the metaverse, cyber threats, digital twins, AI adoption, 5G, surveillance tech, and digitalization.

What are the key macroeconomic trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key macroeconomic trends impacting the smart cities theme are the post-COVID smart city, water shortages, smart city geopolitics, and the digital silk road.

What are the key regulatory trends impact ing the smart cities theme ?
The key regulatory trends impacting the smart cities theme are COP26 impact on cities and emerging tech charters.

What are the key value chains in the smart cities market ?
The key value chains in the smart cities market can be divided into three segments: smart city platforms, smart city apps, and smart city services.

Which are the leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme ?
The leading public companies associated with the smart cities theme are Accenture, Alibaba, Cisco, Hikvision, Hitachi, Honeywell, IBM, iFlytek, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Nokia, Schneider Electric, Siemens, and ZTE.

Which are the leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme ?
The leading private companies associated with the smart cities theme are 75F, Cleverciti, Huawei, Quantela, and Via Transportation.

About GlobalData

GlobalData is a leading provider of data, analytics, and insights on the world's largest industries. In an increasingly fast-moving, complex, and uncertain world, it has never been harder for organizations and decision makers to predict and navigate the future. This is why GlobalData's mission is to help our clients to decode the future and profit from faster, more informed decisions. As a leading information services company, thousands of clients rely on GlobalData for trusted, timely, and actionable intelligence. Our solutions are designed to provide a daily edge to professionals within corporations, financial institutions, professional services, and government agencies.

Media Contacts

GlobalData

Mark Jephcott
Head of PR EMEA

cc:

+44 (0)207 936 6400




Tags Smart Cities Theme Smart Cities Market Size Smart Cities Market Growth Smart Cities Trends Smart Cities Value Chain Related Links

  • GlobalData Report Store
  • GlobalData Technology Market Reports

MENAFN21072022004107003653ID1104572400


Thu, 21 Jul 2022 14:41:00 -0500 Date text/html https://menafn.com/1104572400/Accenture-Alibaba-And-Cisco-Among-Leading-Companies-Associated-With-Smart-Cities-Theme-Globaldata-Plc
Killexams : Digital inclusion focus could add €28bn to Irish economy, Cisco claims

From left: Cisco MD Scotland and Ireland Shane Heraty, Western Development Commission CEO Tomás Ó Síocháin, and Cisco SVP and chief government strategy officer Michael Timmeny. Image: Cisco

Cisco is planning new initiatives to accelerate digital opportunities in Ireland, such as free online courses and new partnerships.

A more inclusive, digital society could add around €28bn to the Irish economy by 2030, according to new research commissioned by Cisco.

Conducted by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, it claims that Ireland could benefit greatly by connecting everyone and equipping them with digital skills, while digitising key industries and public services.

In response to the research, Cisco is expanding its Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) programme to help Ireland tap into these digital opportunities.

“We’re one of the most connected nations, yet the opportunity that presents isn’t felt by everyone,” said Cisco MD of Ireland and Scotland Shane Heraty. “The last few years have brought the impact of digital exclusion into focus. Whether socially, economically or in our ability to access digitally skilled talent as employers.”

A Google and Amárach report in April claimed that a national investment in digital skills could add €9.5bn to Ireland’s economy in the next three years.

Improved rural connectivity

Cisco said expanding the CDA programme will involve investment in partnerships, projects and initiatives focused on creating opportunities across Ireland.

This includes a partnership with the Western Development Commission (WDC) to help digitise the west of Ireland through a number of projects.

For example, the partnership aims to bring tech-enabled healthcare to remote locations such as Clare Island in Mayo. A research programme is underway to construct a ‘living lab’ including a virtual health consultation room.

Under the partnership, the WDC will also use Cisco technology to enhance its existing Digital Hubs Network to help employers and employees seeking more flexible, hybrid work approaches.

The partnership was welcomed by Minister for Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys, TD, who said closing the “digital divide” is at the forefront of rural development policies.

“Whether in terms of physical infrastructure to ensure connectivity, or by refining innovative and emerging technologies, balanced regional development requires digital development,” Humphreys said. “This partnership promises much to be optimistic about.”

Digital skills courses

Cisco estimates that around 70,000 people a year need to gain essential digital skills for Ireland to achieve the benefits of digital inclusion by 2030.

To help Ireland achieve this figure, Cisco is launching its Skills for All programme in the country, which offers free access to digital skills courses that support professional development or retraining.

“I know the Irish Government is committed to bridging digital divides across the country, and Cisco is honoured to help make that vision a reality,” said Cisco SVP and chief government strategy officer Michael Timmeny.

“Since its launch in Ireland four years ago, our Cisco CDA programme in Ireland has helped harness innovation and digitisation to propel economic growth and social inclusion,” Timmeny added. “We look forward to continuing this work for years to come.”

10 things you need to know direct to your inbox every weekday. Sign up for the Daily Brief, Silicon Republic’s digest of essential sci-tech news.

Sun, 17 Jul 2022 20:33:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.siliconrepublic.com/business/cisco-digital-economy-ireland
Killexams : RMIT: Technology is key to transforming systemic deficiencies in Australia’s aged care sector, new report finds

Technology and digitisation have a critical to role to play in transforming an aged care system that can be scaled to meet the needs of the 1.2 million Australians who currently use the system, and to provide the respectful, compassionate and quality care every older Australian deserves – a new report by the RMIT-Cisco Health Transformation Lab has found.
Transforming Aged Care: Towards a future in which digitisation clasps hands with respect, and connection drives improvement responds directly to the recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety and contends that the deep and systemic adoption of technology presents a profound opportunity to transform Australia’s aged care system into a respectful, responsive and high-quality one.

The report emphasises how using technology to automate and streamline non-care duties will vastly Excellerate the quality of care by freeing up carers’ time, an enormous amount of which is spent on non-care tasks. It will also streamline the achievement of the Royal Commission’s recommended 200 minutes of staff time per resident, per day and enhance overall staff satisfaction.

Importantly, the report also details how technology can be used to drive the increased connectedness of older Australians – to each other, to their families, to their carers and to the broader community. This will Excellerate the wellbeing of older Australians, the quality of their care, and the satisfaction of those who work in our system.

New technologies that can balance monitoring, privacy and provide risk management solutions will also make a meaningful difference in fostering increased choice and dignity for older Australians, including for the 68.1% of aged care residents who have moderate to severe cognitive impairment. Reimagining the use of existing technologies also has a key role to play in managing risk while also enabling residents to lead lives of autonomy, dignity and respect.

Members of RMIT and CISCO pose for a photoL-R: Reg Johnson, Alec Cameron, Nithya Solomon, Ben Dawson, Professor Vishaal Kishore. Source: RMIT
HEALTH
29 July 2022
Share

The report highlights the current digital mismatch between the aged care sector and the tech-savvy senior, noting that while more than 61% of older people use the internet, very few aged care providers offer wireless internet access as standard for residents. Meanwhile, 42% of aged care providers have no digital strategic plan, less than half use any smart technology, and only 14% are using fully integrated software systems.

The report recommends a much deeper and system-wide adoption of technology and the following preliminary recommendations:

Respect through the power of connection — Advances in technologies, such as machine learning interfaces, Wi-fi/ 5G and IoT (internet of things) should be better leveraged to revolutionise connection — between older Australians and their community, carers and aged care users, aged care spaces and those who rely on them.

Digital first — Technology and digitisation offerings, such as automation of manual tasks, meeting of mandated quality standards and high-quality telehealth that can simultaneously serve care-based outcomes and organisational efficiency should be prioritised in the next phase of system reform.

Secure and sophisticated digital infrastructure — While connection is key to respect, security and stability builds the trust needed in the system. Smart sensors connected devices and the entire internet of things should combine seamlessly to create ‘articulate spaces’, but with robust security and privacy features. Surveillance systems that track people anonymously can balance safety and privacy.

New models and spaces for experimentation — Technology-rich experimentation spaces can catalyse next-level partnered prototyping, trialling, and exploration; where technologists or designers can partner with a community of researchers and industry professionals, or where in-situ simulations can inspire real-time ideation and inter-connected product development. New models and spaces for experimentation can be a game-changer.

To coincide with the launch of the report, the Health Transformation Lab has a range of technologies on display to demonstrate how they can make a real impact in aged care settings, as described in the report.

These include:

Smart sensors that can detect the risk of falls

Technology that can detect behavioural risks, such as conflict in common areas

Devices that can alert people of physical hazards, in real time

Technology that alerts surface disruption and stalled behaviour (such as not eating a meal)

Facial recognition and radio frequency identification technologies to assist with the automatic capturing of face-to-face care time

Connecting digital worlds through telehealth, securely and independently

And even a robotic dog, to perform typically manual tasks like deliveries

Executive Chair of the RMIT-Cisco Health Transformation Lab, Professor Vishaal Kishore said: “This report contends that technology can and should be core to how we generate a respectful, quality-driven aged care system. Put simply, technology enables us to treat the elderly with respect.

“The report argues that digital transformation is critical to creating an aged care system that can be scaled to meet the future needs and provide the respect and quality that is the motivating force of carers, the aim of providers, and the right of every user of the system.

“A large-scale system re-orientation is needed with technology and digitisation at the core of the story. There is the potential for technologies in aged care that are far deeper and more transformative than might be imagined. Technology interventions must be systemic, they must be deep, and they must be human-centred.”

Ben Dawson, Vice President, Cisco Australia and New Zealand said: “The power of this collaboration between RMIT and Cisco brings together the best health research and technology capability to support elderly Australians.

“The Health Transformation Lab offers a technology-rich environment and a new model of collaboration in which technologies come together to create solutions that address specific needs in aged care. This offers the opportunity to accelerate the effectiveness and impact to tackle the Commission’s key recommendations, today.”

The partnership between Cisco and RMIT will continue to evolve as the University joins the National Industry Innovation Network (NIIN) – a Cisco-led industry and university alliance, aimed at driving the combined attention of our best minds, technologists, industry capabilities and academic resources to solve pressing industry and social challenges through the technology-enabled innovation.

The NIIN is co-funded through Cisco’s Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) program, a $61 million investment to accelerate Australia’s digital capabilities in industries of national significance.

Fri, 29 Jul 2022 21:32:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://indiaeducationdiary.in/rmit-technology-is-key-to-transforming-systemic-deficiencies-in-australias-aged-care-sector-new-report-finds/
Killexams : HGC Group's Macroview Wins Three Cisco 2022 Greater China Partner Awards

Recognising its Role in Fuelling Digital Transformation in the Greater China Region with Cutting-edge Technology

HONG KONG, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Macroview Telecom, the digital technology solutions arm under HGC Global Communications Group (HGC), announced it has won the Greater China Theater Awards in Technology Excellence: Security, the South China Partner of the Year, and the Hong Kong Partner of the Year awards at the Cisco Greater China Partner Conference Digital 2022. The three awards reflect Macroview's strong presence in the region.

As one of the largest digital technology solution and managed service providers in Hong Kong, Macroview collaborates with over 30 leading technology providers, including Cisco, to deliver the best solutions, covering digital infrastructure, cybersecurity, and multi-cloud, for its valued clients across Hong Kong, Macau, and mainland China. Macroview's suite of all-around solutions is also widely trusted by customers from multinational enterprises, finance and banking, retail, telecommunications service providers and governmental utilities.

HGC Group continues to thrive in the digital era with its robust global telecommunications network and one-stop ICT solutions, accelerating digital transformation for its customers with superb services that add a competitive edge to help enterprises stand out in the market. With 700+ digital technology and cybersecurity professionals, Macroview can offer clients from different industries in-depth analysis, giving detailed insights and suggesting customised solutions based on their needs to make the most out of digital transformation. For instance, clients that want to cost-effectively Excellerate network performance could benefit from Cisco's Software-Defined Cloud Interconnect (SDCI). In contrast, those who target securing all access across their networks, applications, and environment can adopt Cisco's Zero Trust approach.

With the work-from-home trend growing, Macroview and Cisco joined hands to launch the Hybrid Workplace solution, boosting the hybrid office mode's productivity with an efficient, secured solution – a self-help workstation/meeting room booking system. The solution combines Macroview's Smart Workplace Platform, LUCAS, with Cisco's unified communications and collaboration system, supporting the features including video conference, network management, and room reservation in one go. Several local enterprises and organisations have adopted the Hybrid Workplace solution to enhance employees' smart experience cost-effectively.

"We are honoured to be crowned as the winner of three Cisco awards," said Mr Alvin Wong, Executive Vice President of Solutions and Product Development at HGC Group. "The awards not only reflect our long-standing collaboration with Cisco but also underscore our clients' trust in our services and solutions. Macroview Telecom will continue to work with Cisco and other technology partners to deliver a range of leading-edge, customised cloud and network security solutions for our customers, fulfilling their wide range of business needs for attaining great business results." 

About HGC Global Communications Limited

HGC Global Communications Limited (HGC) is a leading Hong Kong and international telecom operator and ICT solution provider. The company owns an extensive network and infrastructure in Hong Kong and overseas and provides various kinds of services. HGC has 23 overseas offices, with business over 5 continents. It provides telecom infrastructure service to other operators and serves as a service provider to corporate and households. The company provides full-fledged telecom, data centre services, ICT solutions and broadband services for local, overseas, corporate, SME and mass markets. HGC owns and operates an extensive fibre-optic network, five cross-border telecom routes integrated into tier-one telecom operators in mainland China and connects with hundreds of world-class international telecom operators. HGC is one of Hong Kong's largest Wi-Fi service providers, running over 29,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in Hong Kong. The company is committed to further investing and enriching its current infrastructure and, in parallel, adding on top the latest technologies and developing its infrastructure services and solutions. In 2019, HGC Group completed the acquisition of Macroview Telecom Limited (Macroview), a leading digital technology solution and managed services provider. The addition of Macroview further accelerates HGC Group's digital transformation path and positioning as a pioneering ICT and digital services leader. HGC is a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, an independent global infrastructure investment manager focusing on energy, utilities and transport in North America, Europe and selected fast-growing economies.

To learn more, please visit HGC's website at: www.hgc.com.hk


Source: HGC Global Communications Limited (HGC)
Wed, 27 Jul 2022 03:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://vietreader.com/business/pr-newswire/62202-hgc-groups-macroview-wins-three-cisco-2022-greater-china-partner-awards.html
500-901 exam dump and training guide direct download
Training Exams List