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Latest Analyst Roundup Offers Analyst Perspectives on: Hybrid Workforces, Connected Vehicle Ecosystems, Cloud Services and IoT Antennas.

SILVER SPRING, Md. - eTradeWire -- BizTechReports ( has published its latest analyst roundup of research from leading analysts and consulting firms influencing the enterprise IT decision-making community. Here are the latest analyst news and views:

In a recent virtual roundtable co-hosted by Toni Vanwinkle from Adobe, technology leaders from around the country gathered to explore how enterprises are optimizing the creativity and innovation of today's distributed workforce to accelerate the accomplishment of business transformation objectives. Here is what they had to say:

The Ray, a Georgia-based collaborative project focused on connected vehicle infrastructure, is working on putting citizen's safety first, according to a recent report from GCN. The Ray is a partnership between state agencies, a family foundation and private companies that is primarily focusing on connected vehicle applications such as roadwork zone warnings and freight signal priority. This new phase will add seven new dual-active roadside radios and ten cellular vehicle-to-everything vehicles provide by Kia. To read more, please visit:

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Meanwhile, four new trends in cloud computing are continuing to expand the breadth of cloud offerings and accelerating growth across all segments in the public cloud services market, according to a recent report from Gartner. These four trends are: cloud ubiquity, regional cloud ecosystems, sustainability and carbon-intelligent cloud/platform service providers' automated programmable infrastructure. To read more, please visit:

Additionally, with the fast expansion of IoT devices and use cases -- combined with additional radio spectrum -- are making antennas more complicated to manufacture. According to ABI Research, antenna makers are changing their approaches to ensure that they are addressing specific needs of device manufacturers pursuing niche markets. This will drive unit shipments of IoT antennas to 7.2 billion in 2025. To read more, please visit

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