Accelerating New Infrastructure Construction and Empowering Smart Cities for High-quality Development

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The 22nd China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF), which lasted for 5 days, came to a successful conclusion on November 15. As China’s first science and technology expo, this year’s CHTF attracted over 3,300 exhibitors from all over the world, gathered a host of new technologies and new products, and received global attention, becoming a “wind vane” for the development in technology and industry.

As one of the most popular exhibition halls of the CHTF, the CHTF China Smart City Expo co-organized by the State Information Center and IDG Asia also ended on the same day. With the theme of “Smart Future Linkages”, this year’s China Smart City Expo is held around the events such as “exhibition, forum, selection, and matching”, presenting a professional, forward-looking and leading smart city event.

In the smart city exhibition hall, excellent smart city exhibitors from all over

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We must design infrastructure that will benefit us all economically, environmentally and socially

We must design infrastructure that will benefit us all economically, environmentally and socially

“Now is the time to ‘think think think’ before we ‘build build build’ to make sure we’re designing infrastructure that will be of long-term benefit to all of us all economically, environmentally and socially,” says Donald Morrison | Credit: PA Images

The National Infrastructure Strategy will require grit and determination from industry as well as Government to deliver in a way that serves everyone.

Britain – despite being one of the continent’s richest economies per head – is currently the most unbalanced in Europe (Source: IPPR Report).

Regional disparities run deep within the fabric of our economy, with 40% of the UK’s output produced in London and the South West, and average incomes across the North West, South West, West Midlands and Wales as much as 30% lower than in the capital.

Our industrial strategy has for too long prioritised business prosperity and GDP growth on a macro scale, while

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Global System Infrastructure Software Market 2020 Emerging Trends, New Investments Policy, and Development Analysis By 2026

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Nov 24, 2020 ( via Comtex) —
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The comprehensive report on System Infrastructure Software Market can aid end customers to comprehend current industry trends, industry development drivers, share, analysis, size, manufacturing, and forecast trends, distribution, earnings, requirements, and many different facets. The System Infrastructure Software information has been accomplished with a goal amalgamation including analysis by participants in the industry by statistics. The System Infrastructure Software report can be a vital book for its administrators of data.

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Percepto raises $45 million for robots that inspect critical infrastructure

Autonomous inspection solutions company Percepto today announced a $45 million round. The funds come as Percepto pivots from drone-based products to general robotics-driven inspections incorporating third-party platforms like Boston Dynamics’ Spot.

According to a report from Technavio, the inspection robot market has the potential to grow to $3.72 billion between 2020 and 2024, bolstered by industries spanning energy, oil and gas, and mining. Beyond their cost-effectiveness, robots have the ability to travel where humans can’t — either for safety or physical reasons. Machines like Spot can also be equipped with specialized hardware that delivers more detailed, consistent analytics and insights than an inspector could.

“The pandemic both highlighted and accelerated the need for many large industrial companies to consider remote autonomous data collection and autonomous analysis using our drones to mitigate some of the risk,” a Percepto spokesperson said in a statement. “[It also] highlighted the exposure of heavy industrial

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Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market to See Major Growth by 2026| Dell, Juniper Networks, Radware, Microsoft

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Nov 24, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
A new business intelligence report released by HTF MI with title “Global Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2026 (Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread)” is designed covering micro level of analysis by manufacturers and key business segments. The Global Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Market survey analysis offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings. The research is derived through primary and secondary statistics sources and it comprises both qualitative and quantitative detailing. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Red Hat, Dell, Juniper Networks, Radware, Microsoft, Wipro, Oracle, Brocade Communications Systems, Cisco Systems, IBM, Fujitsu, Nexenta Systems, Nokia, Amazon Web Services, Citrix Systems, Hitachi, NEC, VMware, Intel & HPE.

What’s keeping

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New Grelos skimmer variant reveals overlap in Magecart group activities, malware infrastructure

A new variant of a skimmer has revealed the increasingly muddy waters associated with tracking groups involved in Magecart-style attacks. 

On Wednesday, researchers from RiskIQ described how a new Grelos skimmer has shown there is “increased overlaps” in Magecart infrastructure and groups, with this malware — alongside other forms of skimmer — now being hosted on domain infrastructure used by multiple groups, or connected via WHOIS records, known phishing campaigns, and the deployment of other malware, creating crossovers that can be difficult to separate. 

See also: Magecart group uses homoglyph attacks to fool you into visiting malicious websites

Magecart is an umbrella term used to describe information stealing campaigns and threat actors that specialize in the theft of payment card data from e-commerce websites. 

Several years ago, well-known brands including British Airways and Ticketmaster became the first major victims of this form of attack, and since then, countless websites have

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