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Nokia has released a glut of industrial 5G devices for deployment by enterprises, typically engaged in hard-nosed Industry 4.0 disciplines, in private 5G networks. The new products include an AI-laden …

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Maybe it is just the way we ask the questions, but… test and measurement company Keysight Technologies has sought, effectively, to dispel any rumour and disquiet in the ranks about …

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Time sensitive networking (TSN), designed to manage latency between industrial devices in Ethernet networks, is essential if a new industrial-grade version of cellular-based 5G is to find its mark in …

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IoT traffic on latest-generation mobile ‘broadband’ 4G and 5G infrastructure will outrun IoT traffic on old-generation ‘broadband’ 3G and old-school 2G networks in 2021, reckons Ericsson. The terminology gets confusing, …

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There is a burgeoning consensus that Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and wireless capabilities will combine to unlock standards-based, scalable, and highly flexible use cases. Resting on the foundation of open …

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The OPC Foundation and the 5G-ACIA, the organisations promoting OPC-based machine protocols and wide-area 5G for industry, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to run OPC UA over 5G. …

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So says International Data Corporation (IDC), forecasting the aggregated spending on radio access (RAN), core, and transport network infrastructure, in licensed, unlicensed, and shared spectrum. Last week, Dubai-based market intelligence …

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Germany has issued 67 local spectrum licences for private LTE and 5G to enterprises since November 2019. What should we make of this number, and the run-rate so far for …

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Nokia has announced the commercial availability of its industrial-grade standalone 5G (5G SA) solutions for private enterprise networks, alongside a new contract with the mining division of Swedish tool manufacturer …

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Spending on private and shared enterprise networks will surpass spending on public cellular networks in about 15 years. The traditional operator community has a fight on its hands to guarantee …

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