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According to MRFR analysis, The Wearable Technology market industry is projected to grow from USD 53.1 Billion in 2023 to USD 466.5 Billion by 2032, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31.20% during the forecast period (2023 - 2032).
Wearables are items of electronic technology that can be comfortably worn on the body. These gadgets are either accessories or items of clothing. These devices employ sensors and can track data in real-time. The rise in demand for smartphones, mobile networks, mobile applications, computing broadband connectivity, and other related products is the primary driver of the wearable technology market's value.
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The global RF over fiber market is expected to exhibit strong growth, reaching USD 1036.7 million by 2030. As per the report titled "RF Over Fiber Market Size, Share & Recession Impact Analysis, By Modules (Transceivers, Optical Amplifiers, Antennas, Optical Switches, Optical Cables and Others), By Frequency Band (L Band, S Band, Ka Band, C Band, K Band, X Band and Ku Band), By Vertical (Civil and Military), By Frequency Range (Less Than 30 GHz, 30 GHz to 40 GHz, 40 GHz to 50 GHz and More Than 50 GHz), By Organization Size (Large Scale Organization, Medium Scale Organization and Small Scale Organization), By Application (Telecommunications, Broadcast, Navigation, Radar and Broadband), and Regional Forecasts, 2023-2030" observes that the market size in 2022 stood at USD 569.5 million and US
What would improve opportunities and prospects for women looking for a career in telecoms?
This is one of the questions Melissa Cogavin (thanks for reaching out to me, Melissa) asked me when we talked about sharing my experience as a woman in technology with Broadband Journal.
My suggested advice stands for both women and men together, in all honesty: education, passion, and flexibility. Being involved in technology requires constant learning, experimentation and change. Individuals will improve their own prospects when they foster these values, meaning being open-minded as to how experiences of all types might contribute to their growth.
From an industry side though, we can encourage this through improved access to post-graduate (and indeed, even university level) mentoring. And
When B2B brands, especially in individual technology markets, do have the capacity for relationship building, encounters with each other tend to be meaningful and in-depth.
We focus on building relationships both with and for our clients.
We look forward to meeting innovative companies that also invest in creating meaningful relationships and look for us to communicate that just as much as we communicate their technical expertise and the benefits of their product offerings.
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