What is Digital Healthcare?
Digital transformation for clinical labs, medical practices, hospitals, and care centers has resulted in the term Digital Healthcare. Examples of new and expanding patient services include mobile health ‘mHealth’ and Telemedicine.
The rapid evolution of IT and networks towards virtualized and automated services is driving major change in Healthcare. SD-WAN has a major part to play in underpinning digital healthcare evolution. It is quickly become an essential pillar for supporting healthcare IoT, population health, new AI-supported health applications, patient data analytics, and clinical workflows.
Service Provider Takeaways
The full length report is published within the Clavem Research subscriber area. The full report offers more in-depth analysis and opinion on the main considerations that face medical organizations and why SD-WAN provides a good fit. The report also provides case studies based on real implementations including AT&T's project with Rush University Medical, Nokia-Nuage and UPMC, and VMware-VeloCloud's deployment with Saber Healthcare.
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SMARTCITY Expo World Congress 2019: With a Growing focus on Platforms, True Smart Cities Are Data Driven and Support an Open Ecosystem
Expectations for this year’s Smart City Expo World Congress 2019 (SCEWC) in Barcelona are at a high point. Since the first congress in 2011, there has been a major ramp up in momentum worldwide in Smart City initiatives. But is the digital smart city concept all hype, and will the event feature re-packaged products, or will we witness some new innovation and concrete progress?
We expect to see initiatives from across the spectrum of larger and smaller vendors presenting their go-to-market for ‘Smartcities as a platform’, where value propositions include ICT infrastructure elements such as IoT, 5G, AI/ML, Big data and Edge computing. These all fit into an increasingly open and cloud-intelligent focused world. Also, other stakeholders such as service providers (CSP, MNO, IT sourcing), system integrator and individual HW/SW start-up players are chasing this market space.
Some key expectations to look out for demonstrating smart city momentum are;
Players in this segment need to adopt a rapid-learning philosophy to keep up in a high paced technology world where 5G will take center stage in 2020 for smart city initiatives.
SCEWC 2019, 19-21 November URL: http://www.smartcityexpo.com/en/home
Clavem Research is expanding its IoT & Smart Cities coverage in the client subscription area of this site. A research agenda for publishing in-depth advisory and market insight reports will closely examine the general market trends as well as individual player initiatives.
Rolf Schonhowd, VP Research and Co-Founder will be present at the SMARTCITY Expo World Congress 2019, please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a meeting.