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Ericsson, Vodafone offer service continuity for private networks

The “preemptive support service” leans on AI and ML to improve efficiency at a Foxconn factory in Hungary Ericsson and Vodafone on Tuesday announced a service continuity solution for private networks aimed at improving manufacturing and industrial efficiency. It’s described as a “preemptive support service” that uses...

Almost 800 entities deploying LTE, 5G private networks globally: GSA

GSA said that the manufacturing sector was the largest private networks adopter A new report from the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) found that at least 794 organizations in 68 countries and territories are deploying private mobile networks based on LTE or 5G technologies. The...

Nokia deploys 5G private network at Volkswagen plant in Germany

Volkswagen’s main plant in Wolfsburg, Germany now has a private 5G Standalone wireless network, thanks to Nokia. The network is operating in the dedicated 3.7-3.8 GHz band for local private wireless networks that the carmaker was allocated by the Federal Network Agency. According to the...

Network slicing will supercharge these six industries (Reader Forum)

Businesses have traditionally relied on one shared network to handle a wide variety of tasks. However, as more devices require connectivity as part of the Internet of Things (IoT) and businesses digitize, it’s becoming apparent that the one-size-fits-all approach to networks need to change....

GSA sees acceleration in 5G private networks globally

The industry organization Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) said that it is tracking at least 370 companies around the world that have been or are investing in private mobile networks, with 5G deployments beginning to gain momentum. The number includes trials and pilot deployments, commercial...

Verizon, Newlab reveal results of 2020 5G Studio testbed

The 5G Studio allows innovators to leverage Verizon’s 5G mmWave network and MEC to develop tech across various industries Verizon first established a 5G Studio with Newlab in 2020 in New York City’s Brooklyn Navy Yard. The two companies then selected seven startups from a...

Ericsson, Three Ireland launch indoor 5G network at Irish dairy processing plant

According to Ericsson, this is Ireland's first indoor 5G campus network in a live manufacturing environment Ericsson and Three Ireland have launched what they say is Ireland’s first indoor 5G campus network in a live manufacturing environment at Glanbia’s multi-purpose dairy processing plant in Ballyragget,...

Selling 5G and IoT to enterprises: Openness and flexibility are a must

In conversation with Robert Boyanovsky, Vice President of Enterprise Mobility and IoT, AT&T During the recent 5G Transformation Forum, industry experts convened to parse the business and technology strategies that will successfully allow the telecoms sector to sell in to a wide range of enterprise...

World Economic Forum: Tech takes from The Davos Agenda

In lieu of its Annual Meeting--set for May in Singapore due to the COVID-19 pandemic--typically held this time of year in Davos, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum this week convened business executives, government officials and other elites virtually for The Davos Agenda conference. Here...

Australia invests over $21 million to accelerate adoption of 5G in industries

  The Australian government announced it is investing almost AUD30 million ($21.2 million) to improve the allocation and management of spectrum and trial 5G use across different industry sectors. This investment is part of the government’s Job Maker Digital Business Plan, which aims to accelerate the...

5G could have a $1.2 tn economic impact in Brazil by 2035: Nokia

  The future deployment of 5G technology in Brazil could have a $1.216 trillion economic impact and an increase in productivity of $3.08 trillion, according to a recent study by Nokia and Omdia. ICT, government, manufacturing, services, agriculture, and retail will be the industries most impacted...

arm White Paper: eSIM: Giving Manufacturers the Competitive Edge in Logistics

eSIM technology offers a wide range of benefits to manufacturers of connected devices in the logistics and transportation industry. As the industry faces unprecedented challenges, it's time to double down and lead the logistics sector to ever greater visibility and automation. Read this whitepaper to...

IBM, Singapore industry partners to trial 5G manufacturing use cases

The trials are related to IBM's recent 5G edge computing offerings IBM is working with Singaporean local mobile carrier M1 and South Korean vendor Samsung to trial 5G use cases for the manufacturing sector. The trials will explore the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and...

These three industries are about to undergo a 5G-powered revolution (Reader Forum)

5G officially arrived this year. In certain parts of the US, it’s already providing AT&T users with upload speeds as fast as 500 megabytes per second and significantly reduced latency. It reached South Korea in 2018, and was launched in China in October by...

Digital Factory Solutions Report Series: Operational Intelligence

The only way to innovate is to collaborate. In the fourth installment in our new series on smart manufacturing technologies, UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman looks at how the technology ecosystem is coming together in industrial settings to collaborate to define and develop...

WBA Wi-Fi 6 trial in ‘hostile Wi-Fi environment’ deemed a success

Previously, Wi-Fi failed to work in Mettis’ challenging factory environment The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) announced the successful completion of its phase one trial of Wi-Fi 6 infrastructure and services with Mettis Aerospace, a U.K. designer and manufacturer of precision-forged, machined and sub-assembled components. The...

Digital Factory Solutions Report Series: Operational Intelligence

How is data, analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) transforming the manufacturing sector? In the third installment in a new series on smart manufacturing technologies, UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman looks at the role of data analytics techniques to bring intelligence to manufacturing operations.

AT&T CFO on enterprise 5G opportunity, T-Mo/Sprint merger

John Stephens calls out 5G for hospitals, manufacturing AT&T currently has its millimeter wave-based 5G service, dubbed 5G+, available in 21 cities with plans for 29 by year-end and nationwide coverage by mid-2020. As the build out continues, company Chief Financial Officer John Stephens highlighted...

Editorial Report Series: Making Industry Smarter – Supply Chain Logistics

The digital transformation of the supply chain and logistics sectors – a review of the strategies, technologies and stakes in play as the global supply chain industry seeks more sustainable and competitive ways to supply the world. UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman dives...

Editorial Report: AI and IoT at the cutting edge – when to move intelligence out of the cloud and closer to the action

Operational intelligence does not come just by connecting machines; it requires advanced analytics to sort the data and recommend a course of action. Many critical use cases at the edge can’t wait for the cloud. Instead, they demand insights and decisioning at the source,...

Mobile, fixed and edge are ‘pillars’ of AT&T Business 5G strategy

Vertically-focused 5G strategy includes retail, manufacturing, healthcare and finance Right now commercial 5G services, inherently limited to device availability—although that will change throughout 2019, reach a very limited number of consumers and businesses. But as 5G scales out, it is being billed as the connectivity...

AT&T bringing 5G to Samsung semiconductor manufacturing facility

AT&T Business CEO talks 5G for verticals DALLAS--As operators look to develop 5G revenue streams beyond the consumer segment, AT&T today announced it was working with Samsung to kit out the technology giant's Austin, Texas, semiconductor fabrication facility with next-generation cellular applications. Thaddeus Arroyo, CEO of ...

Editorial Report: IoT for Manufacturing – Supply Chain logistics, predictive maintenance and key use cases

The industrial sector is one of the last to undergo digital transformation. But the next industrial revolution will be like nothing we have seen before, worth $6.8 trillion to the global economy, more than the value of the entire consumer internet market, according to...

Making miniature, low-cost mmWave components

Making lightweight miniature 5G mmWave components with layers of material. Industrial component startup Integra Devices is using a process for making very small components and substrates used in 5G technology. The company’s AMALGA process produces miniature, low-cost mmWave components. Users can manufacture complex 3D microstructures in...

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