Digital Infrastructure News

Improving the ageing of next-generation wireless communications

Researchers deploy RIS technology in a wireless communication system to analyse the effects of channel ageing in next-generation wireless communications. In wireless communications, channels can...

Improving computer energy efficiency through novel transistor technology

University of California, Berkeley engineers have constructed a novel design of a component of transistors that could potentially improve computer energy efficiency. Computers are slowly...

Novel centre marks funding boost for science in the North East 

A new centre for science in the North East – which will be ran by Northumbria and Newcastle Universities – represents a significant boost...

Monitoring Artificial Intelligence language systems

Researchers from the Technical University of Darmstadt demonstrate that Artificial Intelligence language systems can learn human concepts of ‘good’ and ‘bad’. Although moral concepts, in...

Brain-inspired computing revolutionised with ‘in-memory’ applications

A research team from Twente University leads the HYBRAIN project, which introduces ‘in-memory computing,’ to develop brain-inspired computing. Current computer technology employs ‘edge computing’ to...

Self-driving cars revolutionised by wave absorption shielding technology

A research team from the Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), has succeeded in developing the world’s first ultra-thin composite film, which is expected...

Improving qubit storage for ultra-secure quantum telecommunications networks

A team of researchers at the University of Geneva have set the world record for qubit storage, moving one step closer to developing a...

Cloud architecture strategies for business management

Ian Hirst, Head of Cyber Security at Gemserv discusses how new cloud architecture strategies have been built to help...

Enhancing EU cybersecurity regulation and information security

The European Commission is boosting the EU’s cybersecurity regulation and information security to bolster resilience and response capacities against cyber threats and incidents. The European...

Solutions for energy saving mobile radio base stations

The ‘EdgeLimit-Green ICT’ project for the realisation of energy-saving mobile radio base stations has now commenced. Together with the University of Freiburg, and multiple other...

New security guidance provided to data centre operators and users in the UK

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) have presented a novel security guidance, which sets out...

Scientists utilise diamonds to create a hybrid quantum processor

A research team from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF (FIASSP) has coordinated with 28 partners to employ diamonds to create...

Digital Infrastructure

Digital infrastructure highlights the cultural and social requirements which are needed in order to develop places where people want to live, work, and thrive.

Over the next few decades our digital networks will need to develop such that they can provide an infrastructure which enables and drives economic growth and productivity.

The lack of suitable digital infrastructures has proven to impact areas such as remote healthcare, education, and wellbeing through loneliness, making it a crucial part of modern day society.