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Swedish vendor Ericsson has introduced a new plug-and-play style private 4G and 5G product for manufacturing, mining, and energy companies, alongside the ports, airports, and other industrial sectors. The solution …

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Ericsson has combined with industrial design consultancy Sigma Connectivity and industrial IoT firm Mobilaris to produce a cellular IoT tracking device for the mining industry, and other industrial environments. The …

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In a new Q&A report series, Enterprise IoT Insights talks with select industry leaders about how digital systems – including 5G, AI, IoT, and edge, plus other key technologies – …

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Rogers sees private network opportunity in verticals like mining, oil and gas, and manufacturing Canadian operator Rogers announced the launch of a managed solution for wireless private networks (WPN), the …

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The race to make 5G a viable platform for Industry 4.0 has shifted up a gear with the availability of shared CBRS spectrum for private wireless networks, and private 5G …

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Industry 4.0 is here, and private wireless is enabling industry verticals to capitalize on the promise of this ‘fourth industrial revolution’. 2021 will see a major transformation in automation of …

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2020 has been a year of reckoning with a devastating human toll. Technology was a silver lining. It has helped us – as people, businesses and societies – to cope …

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While the Covid-19 global pandemic upended the world’s expectations in 2020, fortunately, the technology industry has weathered the challenges as an essential component of daily life. Innovations in 5G and …

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France-based Bouygues Telecom has joined with IBM to collaborate with enterprises on industrial 5G use cases in the manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, energy and utilities, and smart city sectors. Bouygues Telecom …

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Over three quarters of projected economic growth from 5G in the UK will be driven by just three sectors: manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. These industries, considered to be linchpin ‘verticals’ …

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