Why autonomous networks are important in Manufacturing 4.0

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Why autonomous networks are important in Manufacturing 4.0
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Why autonomous networks are important in Manufacturing 4.0

Photo by Brett Sayles: https://www.pexels.com/photo/modern-electronic-construction-with-connected-wires-5408008/ With connectivity one of the hallmarks of the digital economy, it makes sense that expectations ring high with the promise of 5G to enable ubiquitous enterprise networks. Enterprise 5G promises a dedicated wireless LAN solution built to the specifications of an organisation – increased transmission speeds (up to 10 times of 4G), increased network capacity (also up to 10 times more capacity than 4G), ultra-low latency (less than 20ms round trip) and improved support for low-power devices and sensors. To be clear, enterprise 5G goes beyond standard consumer 5G service. In an enterprise 5G, the enterprise has complete control over the network assuming the company forks out the money to have its infrastructure, radio devices, mobile core, and management software. The possibility of having private 5G networks means an enterprise will have better control over how it scales its network in addition to better […]