Chip supply is critically endangered at an international level. The COVID-19 pandemic has distorted supply chains in the highly globalized semiconductor industry and shattered the economic forecasts of companies.
During 2021, the growth of the IoT market has stimulated the creation of new formulas for the application of this technology. Moreover, according to some analysts’ projections, the market could grow to as much as 11 trillion USD by the year 2025. To give you an idea, this figure is roughly equivalent to the combined GDP of Germany, Japan and France.
Every day, we are becoming more and more familiar with 5G. The technology, which only a year ago was just beginning to be deployed as a promising novelty – an opportunity to open a Pandora’s box of new innovations, applications and businesses –, is now on everybody’s lips at “coffee talks” to plan what to do in our new, fully connected world.
Environmental digitalization represented a major step forward for some industries like the automotive industry, telecommunications, agriculture and banking. And these are also the ones that are set to undergo the most changes in the coming years. (more…)