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5G is projected to have an impact on the future, though its effects are already being felt today. A part of this conversation is the 4G/5G campus network, which is being rolled out in smart factories, remote power stations, harbors,

Network operators around the world have invested heavily in spectrum, with auctions exceeding $27 billion in 2020 according to the Global Mobile Suppliers Association. They are looking to move quickly with 5G, seeking solutions to help them develop services faster

There is no sitting on the fence with manufacturing transformation in a post Covid-19 world, the value of smart manufacturing takes on an added dimension.  In this unexampled signal of the pandemic most of the organizations have struggled for a

As Industrial IoT has evolved over the past decade or two, the vision for secure data communications and the integration of enterprise and control systems has evolved at the same time.  When the Purdue Model of Computer Integrated Manufacturing was

Industry 4.0 is all about new technology. Here’s how to prepare your machining processes for the next industrial revolution. Machining Processes Overview You have probably heard that we’re entering the next “industrial revolution” – Industry 4.0. Like the three that came before

Many manufacturers have faced more change in the last five years than in the previous 20. Increased complexity, competition and a changing environment is putting more pressure on manufacturers to increase agility and flexibility to meet customer demands while operating

Distributed applications are on the cutting edge of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). By leveraging the latest advances in edge computing, that is, deploying edge gateways to collect and preprocess data from numerous sensors and other devices spread across

If you’re an industrial manufacturer or OEM wishing to adopt IIoT as part of your overall digital strategy, you’ll find that edge computing is often a required component. Even though edge computing is used pervasively throughout IIoT, its exact purpose and place

This paper focuses on enabling and leveraging computational power at the edge The first paper in a short series on the Industrial IoT (IIoT) focused on the intrinsic need to decouple data generation from data usage, functionality that is enabled by