(Reuters) – Nokia rolled out on Tuesday new 5G stand-alone wi-fi networks for industrial purchasers and unveiled an order to construct one for mining know-how agency Sandvik at its web site in Tampere, Finland.
“We’re paving the best way to speed up digitalization in probably the most demanding of use instances comparable to automotive manufacturing, the place cloud, robotics and autonomous machine operations create mission-critical calls for for dependable low latency and excessive information charges,” stated Raghav Sahgal, head of Nokia’s Enterprise unit.
Cell applied sciences’ function in manufacturing industries is rising quick and, with stand-alone networks, industrial purchasers have gotten impartial of their onsite connection wants.
(Reporting by Tarmo Virki in Tallinn; Enhancing by Christopher Cushing)
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