Microsoft easily expanded IoT and AI across Taiwan

by | Jul 2, 2019 | IoT Companies

In the year 2014, the Transparency Market Research said that the global wearable sensors market is around US 70 million. In the long run, the market will register a massive 45.20% CARG from 2014 to 2020.

In the geographical context, North America is going to hold a significant share of the worldwide wearable sensor market, which would exhibit a steady growth rate in a few years. As far as the product type is concerned, the segment revolving around the wearable image will witness a massive growth in a few years as well.

Introducing miniaturized sensors are becoming exceptionally popular in the world. Moreover, the miniaturization of the sensors will also drive a wildfire adoption in the wearable IoT sensor market. On the other hand, there is also a massive rise in disposable income for its consumers, which can project supplement for developing the market of wearable sensors around the world.

There is a rise in the adoption of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence for a year or so. And experts predict that this rise would ensure the growth of the global wearable sensor market all through the forecast period.

Nevertheless, the wearable sensor market is on the verge of facing numerous challenges in the forthcoming years. And due to this, the market is going to witness a little downfall. One of the most prominent problems of making the adoption stagnant is the cost of these devices. On the other hand, the upcoming issue regarding the security and the privacy of the tools are also the key factors that are putting development at bay.

The technology is still at infancy, and it took Apple 3 generations to bring a good version of Watch Series with dedicated App Store. And Samsung has also been struggling with its Galaxy S Wear. The wearable technology has the potential to become a disruptive technology, or the technology will stay domicile for years to come.

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Neelam Dimri

A post graduate and gold medalist in English literature with a great passion for writing. I am an avid blogger and love to write technical and nontechnical Articles, Blogs, e-books, the latest platform of global interest. I firmly believe in the healing power of writing and how it works fantastically to improve one’s creativity as well as personality. Life is too short to express yourself so, keep writing and enjoying.

The wages of loyal, skilled, as well as the low-paid engineers, motivate a wide array of the worldwide expansion of technological firms across Taiwan. Google had humongous visibility concerning its R&D in the past couple of years. Even Micron, the American memory chip designer had made plans for growing the staff in its Taiwan corporate office by 8,000 in 2019.

By the looks of it, Microsoft is also an essential part of the package. The American software giant is expanding its business in Taiwan. The company feels that Taiwan incorporates the perfect blend of talent and workforce to curate both IoT and AI.

Taiwan, as of now, has a massive amount of labor, and this is something that attracted Microsoft. The company is even paying more than necessary to the people only to keep their loyalty intact. According to Michael Chang, the director general of the R&D center said that it is a talent which drew Microsoft to Taiwan. Since its inception, Microsoft believed in the philosophy of bringing the talent to fruition.

Moreover, the firm has recently passed up the United States and China as these countries do not have much of the software talent. Microsoft always needs fresh minds and better software engineers for making technology accessible to the common masses. As far as salary guidance is concerned, it is tough for Microsoft to hire software engineers across China.

The American tech giant has been running its acclaimed IoT hub around the world from Taiwan in the last three years. As far as the Internet of Things side of the Taiwan staff is concerned, they are heavily focusing on different ways of standardizing software. Furthermore, for the gateways, dongles, and other plug-and-play computing peripherals.

Taiwan is getting all ready for curating the next-gen Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence in the country. Taiwan incorporated better source of talent, which can be found easily.

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Neelam Dimri

A post graduate and gold medalist in English literature with a great passion for writing. I am an avid blogger and love to write technical and nontechnical Articles, Blogs, e-books, the latest platform of global interest. I firmly believe in the healing power of writing and how it works fantastically to improve one’s creativity as well as personality. Life is too short to express yourself so, keep writing and enjoying.