Although REST APIs can provide a fast and consistent mobile end user experience, it also raises new security concerns. This whitepaper focuses on various security threats, considerations, and use cases for managing API security.
If we can make various home automation products that work together available in the market, there are endless possibilities. In this paper, we will elaborate on how an end-to-end home automation solution is possible and what tools, devices, framework, and technologies will play a role in the same.
Network Functions Virtualization is no longer a matter of if, but when. Replacing proprietary physical devices by their software analogues offers a long list of benefits and advantages. But you need a standard for realizing them, which we’ll address in this white paper.
Customer centricity, time-to-market (TTM), new business models, and operational efficiency are driving Telco’s digital transformation strategies. This white paper provides an overview of next-generation reference architecture that will aid the Telco to meet the needs of the digital era.
Redux is an implementation of Facebook’s Flux architecture that has become popular in the React Native developer community. This white paper provides a description of Redux's high-level components and key architectural goals.
One of the key challenges when developing mobile applications is how to cover the maximum user base. In this white paper, we explore popular options for native cross-platform mobile development and take a deeper dive into Reactive Native and its development ecosystem.
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is revolutionizing the health care industry by enabling providers to remotely tend to patient health through connected medical and wearable devices. This white paper outlines the different IoT platforms that can fulfill current and future demands for health care products and services, as well as the major components required in an IoMT platform in order to support them.
Over the last ten years the concept of what we consider television has been evolving at an increasingly rapid pace. The increased processing power and flexible frameworks of TV-connected devices, tablets and mobile phones have driven a new era in how we navigate and consume video content.
In less than 10 years, global smartphone users grew from half a billion to 2.8 billion. As the communications industry becomes critical to both business and personal endeavors, companies will need to evolve to meet the needs of an increasingly digital user base. In this white paper, we explore the challenges for this industry and make predictions for the future.
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