The June 2017 edition of Gigabit Magazine is now live!

By Callum Rivett
June 2017's edition of Gigabit Magazine has just gone live! We thoroughly enjoy launching the new Gigabit magazine last month, and all the encouraging...

June 2017's edition of Gigabit Magazine has just gone live!

We thoroughly enjoy launching the new Gigabit magazine last month, and all the encouraging feedback is very much appreciated. We hope you enjoy this issue just as much, if not more!

Data, according to Daimler CIO Jan Brecht, is the new oil. In our lead profile, we dive into his statement, quizzing Brech about why Daimler believes information will become its most valuable asset. 

Sticking with the disruption theme, Leila Hawkins talks 5G with Caroline Dowling, Business Group President of Flex's Communications & Enterprise Compute division. Why put 5G in cars? Would new regulations need to be drawn up? Gigabit investigates.

We then look to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Global Supply Chain Institute for its recommended five new technologies that can increase a business' chance of survival.

Also, make sure to browse our exclusive company reports. For an in-depth insight into global tech developments, read our interviews wth Telekomunikasi Indonesia, GE Healthcare and Hydro66.

Click the magazine tab above and enjoy! 

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