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The lockdowns during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic have changed the way people work, live, communicate and run businesses, making more people across the globe rely more heavily on the internet and prompting a growing demand for more operating efficiency.

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Telstra’s Angela Logothetis, keynote speaker at FutureNet Asia, which is set to take place on October 18-19, at The Westin, Singapore, explains how the next phases in automation are to constantly evolve customers’ experiences of using cloud, edge and network products.

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The supply chain dilemma has impacted every aspect of technology. There are a vast number of industries that count on chips nowadays, and undoubtedly, the telecom industry is one of them. However, since COVID-19 swept the globe, these sectors have had to contend with a number of difficulties, including a global chip scarcity that may last until 2023, according to studies.

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