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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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Investments in shared and unlicensed LTE and 5G spectrum will reach $4bn by 2024, according to Dubai-based market intelligence outfit SNS Telecom & IT. The forecast comes on the back …

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The MulteFire Alliance has launched a certification program for the original 1.0 version of the MulteFire specification. A radio unit and device from Nokia are the first products to go …

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Private LTE and 5G provider Quortus has secured investment from US-based edge analytics firm Communications Systems Inc (CSI) and UK-based telecoms solutions provider cellXion to drive sales in North America, …

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Karl Bream, head of strategy and portfolio, Nokia Enterprise “The market is ripe as all sectors of the global economy are embracing digitalization and are beginning to tap into Industry …

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This article, in five parts, is continued from Step 1, about spectrum and regulation; this can be found here. 2. SPECTRUM / REGULATION Another crucial part of the jigsaw-roadmap –  …

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The steady liberalisation of radio spectrum for private and shared usage in various markets, along with the growing realisation among traditional network operators that their licensed spectrum mat be better …

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The rise of private industrial networking should be measured by the number of new networks, and network operators, and not by the number of cell sites, reckons Italy-based industrial networking …

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If the internet of things (IoT), utilising both low-power and high-bandwidth connectivity, establishes an architectural springboard for digital change, then AI provides the industrial elasticity that will make the market …

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Note, this article is continued from a previous post, entitled ‘Industrial companies are building private networks because they have to, says Nokia’. Click here to go to the previous article.  …

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