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pirate123
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Posted by pirate123 > Dec 1, 2021 5:19 PM | Report Abuse

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goodiewilly
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Posted by goodiewilly > Dec 1, 2021 6:48 PM | Report Abuse

The making of 0.13 and 0.12 and may be 0.11, until and unless RI is completed or terminated..its safe to buy at 0 12 if you wish to buy..safest level if you believe its earning.
High chance it falls to 0.10, but it wont drop to 0.05, so low risk already


stampid54
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Posted by stampid54 > Dec 2, 2021 10:01 AM | Report Abuse

Share price will tell one dat. Arb is slowly improving


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 2, 2021 10:39 AM | Report Abuse

to create analysis and visualizations that allow users to view real-time conditions of animal health. The data is stored in the cloud for future use and analytics.

It's worth mentioning that today, IoT hardware is much more accessible than 10 years ago. There are more off-the-shelf products available and custom-build is also easier. Using IoT in animal healthcare is no longer a sci-fi story.

Remote diagnostics
Another use case for IoT technology in agriculture and animal care could lie with remote care and diagnostics for hard-to-access locations and urgent incidents. By allowing a medical professional to access data and diagnostics remotely from wearable hardware, animals can receive immediate help and improvement of their condition. Farmers save time and resources that they would have otherwise spent on veterinary visits.

IoT-based remote diagnostics could also improve pets' medical care. Telemedicine is already a booming market, with startups such as Dogsee.me offering remote services and diagnostic. Enabling professionals' access to real-time medical data would take the quality of care up to the next level. IoT combined with teleservices also offers the potential to bring costs down and make services not only more accurate but also more widely available.

The IoT-fueled future of smart farming
Animal healthcare can only unlock the full power of IoT if data analytics and AI are applied. Suppose we collect data from wearables across farms, analyze this data and use ML and AI. In that case, we can create data-driven insights and build models that work at collective levels and allow for both prediction and prevention.

The sky is the limit. Echocardiograms, temperature and motion data could be captured and fed into an AI algorithm to detect diseases and urgent cases. Computer vision would extract specific movement patterns that suggest disease and illness to prevent serious cases, thanks to early diagnostics. Incorporating a variety of technologies and using them for stream analytics can make insights even more powerful.

Today, we can create digital twins for farms, using real-world data to build simulations and, most importantly, predictions.

Technology can help farmers -- no matter the scale of their business -- predict challenges, improve animal productivity and well-being and increase profitability, which will benefit both consumers and the wider economy.


whistlebower99
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Posted by whistlebower99 > Dec 2, 2021 4:15 PM | Report Abuse

FOR NEWBIES

BE REMINDED OF THE PROPOSAL IF THERE IS INTENTION TO TRADE

Company proposes to undertake a renounceable rights issue of up to 1,075,350,500 new ordinary shares in the Company (“ARB Shares” or “Shares”) (“Rights Shares”) on the basis of 1 Rights Share for every 1 existing Share held by the entitled shareholders of the Company (“Shareholders”) on an entitlement date to be determined and announced later (“Entitlement Date”) (“Entitled Shareholders”)

The illustrative issue price of RM0.12 per Rights Share

Date Announced 03 Nov 2021

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Be informed of the proposed rights issue exercise that requires shareholders to fork out more money to subscribe for the rights shares

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Will ARBB price follow the same trend ?

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bosskufanboy
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Posted by bosskufanboy > Dec 2, 2021 4:43 PM | Report Abuse

steady today


line
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Posted by line > Dec 2, 2021 10:19 PM | Report Abuse

Bosskufanboy hehehe... it’s guaranteed to fall and yet you guys don’t mind. The beautiful part, u all don’t mind if the counter keeps on failing, as long arbb makes money.


line
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Posted by line > Dec 2, 2021 10:38 PM | Report Abuse

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neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 9:58 AM | Report Abuse

5G + IoT = Opportunity

https://www.forbes.com/sites/cognizant/2021/11/30/5g--iot--opportunity/?sh=14ca9dbb3df2

Communication service providers (CSPs) are capitalizing on enterprises’ seemingly insatiable demand for Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Achieving their lofty IoT business objectives is often another story.

To plug and play in — and profit from — an increasingly Industry 4.0 world, CSPs must harness the vast amounts of Internet of Things (IoT) data generated by clients in industries spanning entertainment and healthcare to manufacturing and logistics — and convert this insight into highly verticalized solutions. Importantly, they must accomplish this with user consent upper most in their minds — and within the bounds of an increasingly stringent regulatory environment that protects consumers’ privacy, including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The risk could be worth the reward. IoT is poised to be a form of savior for businesses of all stripes and sizes and is expected to generate over $1.5 trillion annual revenue by 2030. And according to Gartner, by next year, one in four large organizations will either buy or sell aggregated data on formal online data marketplaces. CSPs have a unique opportunity to monetize their access to vast volumes of data flowing through their infrastructure. All of this is welcome news to CSPs, many of whom face increased competition and downward revenue pressure on their traditional voice and data services. AT&T and others are already marking their territory in this area.

In addition, investor expectations are higher than ever. The loss of short message service (SMS) and voice services revenue over the last decade has been offset by growth in fixed and mobile broadband revenue. Shareholders expect CSPs to continue to invest in next-generation networks (5G and IoT) without increasing their CapEx-to-sales ratios, to continue their expansion beyond traditional telephony services.

The fast-expanding IoT services market is one way that CSPs can further accelerate their growth trajectory.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 9:59 AM | Report Abuse

A recent study by TMforum reveals that CSPs see IoT platforms as new revenue streams that do not compete with or undermine traditional connectivity services. But building a platform business architecture requires fundamental changes in thinking and a very different way of operating. CSPs’ IT infrastructures, systems, functions and features will all need to:

Enable the fast, cost-efficient addition of partners and partner ecosystems

Support the flow and settlement of revenue across many partners and in multiple directions to create multi-party trade

Have the ability to scale up and down at levels and speeds previously not considered possible

Provide information to, and use information from, previously siloed domains

Achieve all this with far greater cost efficiency


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 9:59 AM | Report Abuse

The task at hand
After watching over-the-top (OTT) content players, messaging and even voice services claim CSPs’ potential revenues, CSPs have a chance to recover lost ground via vertically focused IoT offerings. New revenue-building opportunities are underway, motivating CSPs to rethink their strategies and embed digital into their core business models. This is especially true in the B2B2X market, where IoT will drive efficiency, create value, unlock insights, unleash innovation and enable new business models.

This means that CSPs must create innovative services and applications in vertical markets where there are high-value use cases. Adopting models such as software as a service (SaaS), backend as a service (BaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) for these 5G/IoT offerings will help improve business processes and deliver better services to consumers. Every CSP must effectively determine which set of IoT applications present the greatest potential benefit within the specific markets in which they operate and focus intently on them.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 10:00 AM | Report Abuse

Targeting vertical markets
With revenue for pure connectivity services under increasing pressure, CSPs need to embrace ways of delivering new types of services to customers in specific vertical markets such as agriculture, energy, healthcare, logistics, smart meters and smart homes and the like. Many CSPs have already started this journey. Until recently, operators had been limited in their ability to segment network capabilities to serve specific verticals, but this is changing with the deployment of low-power, wide-area (LPWA) networks including LoRA, Sigfox and NB-IoT. LPWA networks are ideally suited to low-bandwidth access applications such as asset tracking and remote operations/surveillance. For agricultural applications, LPWA networks could deliver cost-effective solutions that are simply not feasible with today’s cellular networks.

5G and IoT increase the opportunities for CSPs to create network “slices” that support use cases with varying requirements for latency, throughput, coverage, etc. CSPs envision offering fine-tuned vertical slices sold in SaaS and PaaS models. For example, a connected vehicle likely would require guarantees of latency, throughput, coverage and security.

To succeed with network slices, CSPs must map them against the products that they bring to market (either directly or via partnerships) and the market segments they target. In the IoT space, product categories are classified as “application verticals” and market segments as “industry verticals.” Industry verticalization represents a new approach to market segmentation. Rather than segmenting the enterprise market based on the size of the company, CSPs must segment opportunities based on the particular vertical or sub-vertical that a prospect belongs to, regardless of size.

Network slicing will eventually do away with bandwidth sharing and the unpredictability of existing networks and has the long-term potential to turn such things as real-time analytics, remote surgery and autonomous cars into reality. The same network will be able to run the 5G trump card, Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) – the cellular answer to low bitrate, low-power wide area networks – thus providing interoperability between zero latency and low-power massive machine-type communication (MTC ) use cases in the long run.

Adopting this approach allows CSPs to build a clearer picture of how they can exploit network slicing. Application verticals and sub-verticals can have very different requirements for latency, throughput and coverage. By matching capabilities against different application verticals and analyzing which industry verticals offer the most attractive prospects, CSPs can decide where to focus their efforts and find the right balance between horizontal and vertical approaches.

Therefore, CSPs must target a specific vertical and provide 5G/IoT solutions for many different players in that ecosystem (see 10 vertical industry use cases, below). For example, in the automotive space, CSPs could offer high-bandwidth connectivity to provide a seamless and high quality of service for infotainment, navigation and other services, or explore useful partnerships to leverage specific niche capabilities in smart connected mobility. Low-latency and high-bandwidth connectivity can support “platooning,” where many vehicles with autonomous capabilities drive together in a group, improving fuel efficiency and reducing the number of vehicles on the road. In the future, low-latency, high-bandwidth connections could support remote driving and support (e.g., vehicle maintenance), which will open the possibility of new services and cost savings.

The amount of data from vehicles will grow exponentially with greater proliferation of shared mobility as an alternative to privately owned vehicles, progress in powertrain electrification driven by stricter emission regulations and increased vehicle connectivity. These trends will define new mobility models, and data-enabled services and features where car manufacturers can add data-based business models by monetizing data assets with other stakeholders, such as insurance companies and fleet managers.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 10:02 AM | Report Abuse

Spanning the gamut
CSPs are already seizing the high ground. Here’s a sampling:

Industrial monitoring systems. Today’s complex manufacturing ecosystems are connected from temperature sensors to flow meters and beyond, ensuring end-to-end supply-chain visibility, boosting production efficiency and driving cost savings. T-Mobile was one of the first carriers to take advantage of this “IoT in telecom” application. In 2018, the company launched the first NB-IoT network in the U.S. to help industrial companies capitalize on the power of data in their warehouses.

Data management and monitoring solutions. The urban environment provides fertile ground for CSPs, as shown by the large number of “intelligent city” use cases. O2, AT&T, Telefónica, NTT Docomo, SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom are among dozens of Tier-1 CSPs modernizing cities around the world via IoT-based solutions, enabling companies to automate processes, improve customer experience, reduce time and labor costs, adapt business decisions and generate more revenue streams.

Smart-home and building market. CSPs are supplying network resources and bandwidth to connect heating, utilities, air conditioning, alarms, locks, cameras, pool systems and appliances. CSPs are reselling tailored consumer applications and services for this segment.
Healthcare. In South Korea, SK Telecom partnered with Yonsei University to build an IoT-powered hospital that allows patients to control their beds, lighting and entertainment options. In China, several leading medical facilities are working together on the first 5G-based hospital network standard to optimize healthcare delivery in the country.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 10:02 AM | Report Abuse

Driving an immersive fan experience
We recently led a team (sponsored by Verizon and Colt) that built a conceptual IoT-based immersive fan experience powered by 5G connectivity for use in a “smart” stadium. In this case, the CSP provides dynamic 5G network slicing at stadium level, plus drones-as-a-service for aerial video feeds. We envisioned a number of “smart stadium” personas that would benefit from this experience (see below). Key partners on this project included AWS, STL, Subex and ServiceNow.

Leveraging AI, IoT, AR and VR, this experience pulls viewers into the smart stadium, enabling them to interact with the environment, allowing them to view information by persona.

Getting ready for IoT
To meet varying demands, CSPs must decouple and expose services to establish themselves within the IoT ecosystem. They must build platforms that connect ecosystems, or probably more accurately, a series of interlinked ecosystems from multiple CSP partners to create global scale. These platforms must support multiple business models simultaneously, with CSPs deriving revenue from other members of the ecosystem as well as end users, and enabling different charging methods for the end customer, such as connectivity sponsored by a third party.

From a technical standpoint, the prerequisites for CSP entry include:

Network transformation. By moving toward software-defined-networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), CSPs have an opportunity to offer IoT platforms at a much lower cost and the flexibility and agility required to lay the foundation for new business models. Stand Alone 5G (5G SA) network) will be required to realize the full benefits of 5G for a greater breadth of IoT use cases because 5G cannot reach its full potential in its non-standalone (NSA) form with 5G Radio Access Network overlaid on an existing 4G LTE network core. But the Stand Alone (SA) form can provide additional capacity and address many latency rates for certain use cases since 5G NR access network is deployed on a new 5G network core. The potential for standalone 5G networks, run on a new 5G network core, is vast. This version of 5G will deliver massive machine-to-machine communication solutions; real-time device-to-device networking; and ultra-reliable, low-latency functionality for things like autonomous devices and next-generation IoT.

Opening the “operating system.” Rather than locking others out of their IoT ecosystems, CSPs should offer the ability to integrate with third-party cloud-based IoT platforms using standard interfaces and protocols to create a path to adoption. Siemens’ MindSphere and Bosch’s IoT Suite are both examples of successful open IoT platforms that CSPs could emulate.

Explore non-private networks that serve the needs of enterprises. Several independent spectrum options, including dedicated IoT frequency bands, shared bands and unlicensed bands, can enable non-public networks. In addition, operators can allocate part of their spectrum assets to support these networks.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 10:02 AM | Report Abuse

Three steps to take now
The service opportunities across nearly every vertical business market are virtually endless. To seize the high ground, CSPs should consider the following three approaches. Although they are defined separately, they can be deployed alone or in combination. For example, a CSP might offer a connectivity platform to the entire market, develop specific tailored vertical solutions for automotive and healthcare, and create a digital ecosystem platform for connected home. Ultimately, though, both the connectivity and tailored vertical solutions can be supported through a central digital platform.

1. Build a robust connectivity platform.
CSPs must customize their technology assets to deliver IoT-enabled connectivity platforms. They need a connectivity layer that can handle any data volume, from millions of connections that send only a few bytes a few times an hour, to a small number of connections sending hundreds of gigabytes of data per minute. This connectivity layer should also be able to accept any interaction, from billions of devices periodically connecting and “dumping” logged data into the network, to millions of end points — such as cars — that require always-on connectivity.

Different scenarios also have varying latency requirements. For instance, cars are more connected to everything — from other vehicles, to transport infrastructure, to pedestrians, and to data centers, particularly when operating in “vehicle-to-everything” (V2X) mode. This requires extremely low latency. Different use cases will have varying requirements, which the communications system must handle efficiently and cost-effectively.

2. Assemble an effective digital ecosystem.
Perhaps the most promising approach to IoT is for CSPs to develop a digital platform that enables many partners to add services, features and functions that all participants can use as building blocks to develop new services. These components can cover everything from connectivity to location information, rewards programs, payment processes, specific vertical applications, etc. The platform should also support many ways to share revenue. In short, to be successful, a CSP must first establish itself as a genuine IoT provider and then partner with industry experts to meet key market requirements.

CSPs need a value-added layer that provides easy-to-consume services such as software orchestration, analytics, device management, security, metering and billing that those developers can use to help build out their applications. This layer should also support cloud interoperability, so developers incorporating services from the major hyper-scalers can quickly connect to and interoperate with the CSP platform.

3. Orchestrate your workforce.
Being truly ready for IoT means having the right tools, processes and infrastructure to deliver services at the network’s edge. But it also means having the right workforce, resources and trust with third parties to deliver an effective customer experience. Winning at IoT requires agility in work and mindset, with faster-than-ever innovation cycles and novel ways of working. We suggest focusing on gaining the trust of one industry at a time. Allow partners to deliver enterprise-grade solutions while your organization delivers a secure and reliable IoT core network. That’s how to build trust across the ecosystem. Once a CSP has mastered connectivity, it can act as a matchmaker for industry players that want to monetize their data.


neonstrife
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Posted by neonstrife > Dec 3, 2021 10:03 AM | Report Abuse

Opportunity knocks
With a host of viable use cases across a variety of horizontal and vertical markets, the “IoT in 5G” realm presents CSPs with a unique opportunity to begin extracting value from their 5G investments. IoT in 5G is especially enticing since it means monetizing the enormous stores of customer and operational data that CSPs already have on hand. Concurrently, IoT points the way for CSPs to venture into new industries, offering initiatives and services beyond network connectivity.

An IoT strategy supported by a strong business case for each targeted vertical industry has the potential to share risks and rewards, optimize processes, leverage current infrastructure capabilities and generate unique insights for the business in the form of precise and highly insightful data sets. CSPs should look for service orchestrators to help them strategize and implement the ecosystem necessary to take advantage of the IoT in the context of 5G.


line
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Posted by line > Dec 3, 2021 8:24 PM | Report Abuse

Neonstrife stop spamming irrelevant things. This is not unifi or TM forum that you are promoting them


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Posted by stockraider > Dec 4, 2021 9:35 AM | Report Abuse

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