Siemens is addressing these challenges by developing a private Industrial 5G network infrastructure with a user-friendly interface tested in real-world environments. Additionally, they have Industrial 5G routers that allow for reliable wireless connectivity. As these challenges are resolved, we expect increased adoption of private Industrial 5G networks, driving digital transformation and competitive advantage in the industrial sector.
Driving Digital Transformation: Europe’s Digital Decade Plan for a Stronger and More Resilient Digital Economy
The European Commission has unveiled its ambitious plan for a Digital Decade, outlining its vision for a stronger and more resilient digital economy in Europe over the next ten years. The Digital Decade is designed to drive digital transformation and foster innovation across Europe, creating new opportunities for businesses and individuals alike.
Digital sovereignty: European Commission kick-starts alliances for Semiconductors and industrial cloud technologies
The European Commission kick-starts today two new Industrial Alliances: the Alliance for Processors and Semiconductor technologies, and the European Alliance for Industrial Data, Edge and Cloud.
Swiss deep tech company Typewise announce launch of new industry-leading smartphone keyboard at CES
Zurich, Switzerland, 12 January: Pioneering Swiss deep tech startup, Typewise, is celebrating the launch of their next-generation smartphone keyboard app, announced at this year’s CES. With all-new autocorrection technology, patent pending, Typewise 3.0 has been developed to further speed up… Read More ›
Cambridge Wireless and Huawei partner to build the first private 5G testbed in Cambridge Science Park
CW (Cambridge Wireless), an international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless technologies, is teaming up with the global technology leader Huawei, to deploy and build Cambridge’s first 5G mobile private network within the Science Park.
Future-proof power, data and signal transmission
HARTING is providing the connectivity to master these challenges – Connectivity for Future Technologies! In the field of automation, the three trends of digital twin, connectivity and modularity will drive further development significantly. Machines and systems will become more autonomous – and will increasingly be making more independent decisions in future.
Motorola is Back with New Top-of-the-line Smartphones | TechPorn
With global tech and innovation leader Lenovo at the helm, the beloved motorola brand is returning to the mobile phone market in the Philippines with two new smartphone offerings — the motorola razr 5G and moto g 5G plus. Both… Read More ›
With Siemens Industrial Edge, Siemens closes the gap between conventional local data processing and Cloud-based data processing.
Siemens Industrial Edge closes the gap between local and cloud computing.
As telcos go cloud-native with 5G, HPE sees opportunity from core to edge
In previous generations of cellular, HPE has largely focused its telco core network efforts on subscriber data management. But with 5G designed as a cloud-native network from core to edge, the company sees a much bigger opportunity that leverages its expertise… Read More ›