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Frost & Sullivan: ICT Spending on the Rise as Industries Ripe for Smart Transformation in Europe

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Frost & Sullivan: ICT Spending on theFrost & Sullivan: ICT Spending on the Rise as Industries Ripe for Smart Transformation in Europe PR Newswire LONDON, Nov. 5, 2013 - Tracking ICT trends through key industries, countries and ICT elements – Webinar on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 Many industries are exploring investment opportunities that will support the transition towards a connected society. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a key enabler for vertical markets to become smarter and create a sustainable environment for European citizens. Frost & Sullivan has recently concluded a top-down analysis of ICT spending in 14 industries across 26 European countries. The main insights from this analysis will be shared during the upcoming online webinar entitled "Industries Ripe for Smart Transformation in Europe". Senior Industry Analyst, Miss Yiru Zhong, will discuss ICT opportunities in specific industries and highlight the likely evolution in ICT spending patterns. The briefing will take place on Wednesday, 13 November 2013, at 2.00 pm GMT. "Frost & Sullivan provides a holistic view on the types of industries that are ripe for smart transformation and systematically tracks the likely ICT evolution," said Ms Zhong. "One of the biggest drivers for ICT spending in the next five years is actually the communications networks as the telecommunications industry invests in 4G and high speed next generation broadband networks.
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Frost & Sullivan: ICT Spending on the Rise as Industries Ripe for Smart Transformation in Europe

PR Newswire

- Tracking ICT trends through key industries, countries and ICT elements – Webinar on Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Many industries are exploring investment opportunities that will support the transition towards a connected society. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a key enabler for vertical markets to become smarter and create a sustainable environment for European citizens.