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The head of Public Relations and Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics Africa Office, Ms. Sthembile Shabangu, has revealed at the Samsung Africa Forum 2017 that Samsung is advancing plans to improve digital transformation in Africa’s education system. She said, “In today’s digital era, any community, especially disadvantaged areas, will benefit from hands-on experience with technology. Our aim is to make sure that every African child has access to education, no matter where they are – be it in a rural area lacking infrastructure or perhaps in an existing infrastructure that lacks educational resources – by providing access to technology.”
“Samsung is committed to delivering the classroom of the future – taking learning beyond the blackboard and supporting the adoption of new technologies into our teaching environments.”
Enterprise mobility is inevitable, but the challenges of implementing it are significant. To help CIOs navigate the mobility minefield, ITWeb will stage a one-day Mobility Summit, addressed by experts in the enterprise mobility space.
Portland, OR –(PR.com)– Smartphone, invented at the rise of a new technological era has quickly become a consumer necessity in today’s world. One cannot just define this device as a communication medium, for the reason that it’s a versatile gadget with ability to manage everything including internet browsing, emailing, locating a place with GPS, high definition photography, managing personal and business information, and almost everything a computer is capable of with the help of numerous built in apps and their incredible functionality.
Following the rising worldwide demand for smartphones, Australia too has witnessed greater than ever popularity of smartphones due to its versatile functionality. According to “Australia Smartphone Market Assessment & Future Opportunities 2008-2018,” a recent focused study published by Tech Archival, the smartphone demand in Australia is estimated to grow at a CAGR of nearly 10% over the five year period from 2013 to 2018. The Australian smartphone market grew almost triple fold between 2008 and 2012, reaching annualised smartphone sales volume to more than 10 Million units in 2012.
Beyond Consumers, Beyond the US: the Implications of LTE for Defense, Public Safety, Energy, and What the World Can Learn from the US Market
FARMINGTON, Conn. /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The next generation wireless technology, Long Term Evolution (LTE), is gathering headlines at breakneck pace. But the consumer focused coverage of Apple against Samsung and Verizon against AT&T misses the other 60% of the market, the vertical industries where LTE is going to have an even greater impact. Global Information Inc (GII), one of the world’s oldest market research aggregators, has partnered with leading publishers to offer new studies and forecasts for the business impact of LTE in major markets. How will LTE impact oil, gas and energy production? How is the defense industry being shaped by LTE and wireless infrastructure? What are the implications for security and public safety?
FAIRFIELD, Conn., Jan., 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Maxtech International, Inc. is releasing the 2013 edition of its market research report on military infrared detectors and systems markets (Vol. IRW-M).