5 Technology trends in 2016

It has been noticed in the past few years that as technology is constantly evolving and maturing, our lives are also becoming constantly connected to the devices around us. From an undefined entity, it has moved its path to being widely acceptable and has become so common now, that it makes us wonder how we ever lived without it. The ever-growing technology trends can take us to endless possibilities.

Here we have a list of top 5 technological trends in 2016

  • Device Mesh

The device mesh will engulf a range of endpoints for the humans to interact, leaving behind the traditional desktop computer and mobile devices. Significant developments can be seen in wearable devices so that they become more useful and more appealing.  

  • 3D-Printing Stuff

A wide range of advanced 3D printing materials (the combination of advanced materials with traditional 3D printing stuff) like nickel alloys, carbon fiber, glass, conductive ink, electronics, pharmaceuticals and different others are developed. All of these are being widely utilized in various fields including aerospace, medical, automotive, etc.


  • Advanced Machine Learning

the Deep Neural Nets (DNN) goes ahead of classic computing and information management and create machines and systems to make the smart machines appear intelligent as they are enabled to learn and understand all the concepts around them. The data sources and complexity of information is made automatic by DNN, making it possible to address key challenges in the environment.

  • Advanced System Architecture

Whether it’s digital mesh or advanced smart machine, both of them require an advanced computing architecture so that these can be used by organizations of different fields. Therefore, ultra-efficient-neuromorphic architectures, built on graphics processing units (GPUs) and field-programmable gate-arrays (FPGAs) are being gracefully developed to make an efficient use of digital mesh and smart machines.

  • Mesh App and Service Architecture

The three-tier architecture composed of monolithic and linear application designs is making way for the mesh app and service application architecture. This new approach will enable a web-scale performance which is both flexible and rapid.