The advent of new technologies is rapidly disrupting the value chain of all sectors, and companies are increasingly forming partnerships with start-ups to better serve their customers, according to one global research and analyst firm.
Companies using AI and IoT together catapult ahead of competitors using IoT alone, with organisations using IoT with AI appearing to be more competitive than IoT-only enterprises by a double-digit margin across a variety of business indicators like employee productivity, innovation and operating costs, according to a new study.
Global tech giant Ericsson has partnered with fellow Swedish company - health-tech provider Brighter - to launch a complete IoT health solution, Actiste, for monitoring and treating insulin-dependent diabetes.
It was obviously BAI BAI (bye bye) to the old name then...
Sounds like self-serving bullshit to me.
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