The global market for 5G core is anticipated to witness substantial growth, with a projected increase from $2.23 billion in 2022 to $3.65 billion in 2023, reflecting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 63.94 percent.
In a recent survey conducted by the accounting firm Ernst & Young US, it has been observed that the tech industry continues to be tenacious and progressive, despite encountering setbacks like bank failures and tech layoffs.
After taking over the Infobip Shift conference, the company decided to expand to the media field. Ivan Burazin, Chief Developer Experience Officer at Infobip, reveals details about the acquisition process. From the get-go, the common goal of Infobip Shift and Netokracija is their international presence and expansion.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla opened the doors of its brand-new office in Rijeka on Monday, inviting STEM experts from nearby counties to stay and work in Croatia while simultaneously cooperating with the entire world, the company said.
The University of Mostar has signed strategic partnership agreements with two Israeli faculties, defining cooperation in the development of programs and studies of artificial intelligence and information technology, and the digital transformation of society.
The speed of the construction of 5G infrastructure will largely depend on local units and the agility of local authorities to boost investments and provide building permits. Although the digitalization and implementation of the next-generation network is the goal supported by the plans of three line ministries, it will be difficult to realize without the cities’ help.
“What are you going to be when you grow up?” is a question often asked to small children, but given the accelerated development and implementation of technologies, it should be asked to every employed citizen who is more than five years away from retirement.
The National Recovery and Resilience Plan is the opportunity of a generation because it brings the potential of HRK 47.5 billion which Croatia could pull from EU funds, under the conditions of a clever approach by the government and the launch of quality projects.
The analysis of the IT industry in Croatia, conducted by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, shows that, during the five-year period ending in 2019, the sector recorded high growth rates of employment, revenue and profitability, and that wages are growing faster than in other sectors.