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Japanese IT company Fujitsu and US-Japanese cyber security company Trend Micro have partnered to “focus on” the security of private 5G networks. The pair said they will use a simulated …

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It is just another networking technology, after all; Appledore Research tells of the trouble with the telco sector’s ‘god complex’. Note, this is an excerpt from an interview that appears …

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It sounded, at the time, like a sci-fi vision of the future of manufacturing: that with a hyper-connected 5G factory, the only fixed assets will be the floors, walls and …

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As promised last week, in an op-ed write-around of the same conversation, here is the full interview with Phil Skipper, group head of IoT business development at Vodafone, on the …

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Software AG and SAP have announced a deal to offer the former’s TrendMiner industrial analytics software on the latter’s industrial cloud platform for Industry 4.0 operations. The pair said factories …

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The World Economic Forum has added 15 new ‘smart’ manufacturing sites to its ‘global lighthouse network’, and claimed production output among Industry 4.0 leaders spiralled upwards by 93 percent in …

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German test and assurance company Rohde & Schwarz has combined with Germany’s Industrial Radio Lab (IRL) in Dresden to investigate industrial 5G for mobile robots and automated guided vehicles (AGVs), …

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Bosch is on track to deliver “zero-defect production”, the company has said, after announcing an AI system to detect anomalies and malfunctions in manufacturing which is already delivering savings of …

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Ericsson and Deutsche Telekom are bundling private cellular and edge computing into an integrated ‘campus’ networking package for enterprises globally. The pair are offering the same in Germany, already; their …

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Note, this post is continued from an article called, “5G helped us through Covid’ – Lufthansa Technik on private 5G with Nokia, Vodafone”. Click here to see the previous instalment. …

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