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AT&T and Accenture have teamed up on private cellular for US oil company Phillips 66. The trio are developing a bespoke industrial LTE and 5G setup for low-latency refinery automation …

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) has introduced an ‘edge orchestrator’ to enable telecoms carriers to bundle-up and resell edge-based compute, connectivity, and apps to verticals on a subscription basis, and to …

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Nokia’s IoT roaming service, WING, now includes support for 5G networking and edge computing, as the Finnish vendor seeks to help mobile operators drive industrial change in global markets. Its …

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US carrier Verizon and Dutch mapping company HERE are pairing 5G connectivity and multi-access edge computing (MEC) with location data and autonomous vehicle knowhow as part of a co-innovation exercise …

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Vodafone is embedding AWS compute and storage services at the edge of its 5G network in Europe, starting in the UK and Germany and rolling out to other European territories. …

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For ultra low latency services, as enabled by incoming 5G technologies, multi-access edge computing (MEC) is a must. It provides the means to reduce latency, by degrees, as the compute …

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