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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailStephen Mellor picks up where he left off, and where we left him: the challenge with industrial IoT to gain widespread adoption is as much to do with interpretation as …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFinnish telecoms company Elisa is supporting the digital upgrade of around 100 factories owned by US consumer goods company Procter & Gamble, following an initial rollout of IoT monitoring and …

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Verizon

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailVerizon has installed millimeter wave 5G at Corning’s fibre optic cable factory in Hickory, North Carolina. The pair will build a “factory of the future” to take “massive steps forward …

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samsung MTS 5G IoT MIMO

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  ZTE and China Telecom assisted Australian firm Bluetron in commissioning what they claim is China’s first 5G Standalone site, which put 5G slicing, edge computing and smart manufacturing into …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailDigital transformation, set in motion by industrial IoT, is an abstract exercise. It is not an off-the-shelf kind of a sale. It requires all parties to collaborate to affect change …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFactories are bringing intelligence to the production line in a number of ways. Most are focused on integration between machines on the factory floor and leveraging sensor data for actionable …

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Deutsche Telekom

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Deutsche Telekom has added new partners for its 5G-based smart factory ecosystem, the German telco said in a statement. The new partners are EK Automation, Konica Minolta and Endress+Hauser. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe pursuit of cheaper, faster, and more varied production is intensifying. Factories are bustling with innovation experiments, as industrialists are availed of ever-more sophisticated digital tools. But the manufacturing sector …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailEricsson has completed a SEK 500 million ($52 million) overhaul of its Nanjing factory in China, where it produces LTE (4G) and 5G gear, to create what it claims to …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIn the end, it comes down to customer satisfaction – which, in the end, comes down to money. However you spin it, smarter industrial operations make better products, more efficiently, …

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