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ABB and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have struck a deal on wireless connectivity for large industrial customers, where ABB sensors attached to industrial equipment are connected to the cloud via …

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UK-based Mettis Aerospace, manufacturer of components for the likes of Airbus, Boeing and Rolls-Royce, is to test Wi-Fi 6 for connecting industrial machines and processes. The Wireless Broadband Alliance said …

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IT company HPE and Continental, best known for making tyres, have revealed a new blockchain-based trading platform for vehicle data to help car makers monetise data and tie in with emerging …

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It’s not just bandwidth and latency that are dictating the migration of industrial machine intelligence to the edge of the network. There are benefits in terms of compliance, security, and …

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Quality assurance is a critical part of manufacturing; it’s just humans are not very good at it. Their faculties are not trained to pick out anomalies in rapid carousels of …

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is poised to release a new product, the Edgeline 8000, in its family of ‘converged edge systems’. The 8000 will provide the most advanced edge capabilities …

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Note, this is the second part in a feature about Nokia’snew industrial strategy. The first instalment can be found here.  Nokia’s latest results, which saw shares slip on a slow …

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Nokia’s biggest opportunity, it explains, is to go beyond its traditional customer base to serve industrial markets directly, with private networking solutions. The total market for private LTE, and later …

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For European aerospace company Airbus, the introduction of new digital tools into factory processes must be assured. New technology has to work straight away, and intuitively. It should also deliver …

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The Linux Foundation has started a new umbrella organisation, LF Edge, to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing that is independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system. …

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