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AT&T, Samsung showcase manufacturing 5G

AT&T Business, Samsung Austin Semiconductor and Samsung Electronics America are collaborating on a manufacturing-focused "5G Innovation Zone", based in Austin, Texas. The three companies will research applications designed to improve efficiency, safety, security and operational performance within the manufacturing industry
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ABB, HPE large-scale industrial IoT wireless connectivity

ABB and Hewlett Packard Enterprise will bring scalable connectivity to large industrial customers by integrating ABB Ability™ Smart Sensor technology with Aruba Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled access points
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PTC boosts its industrial IoT connectivity

PTC has released a new version of its Kepware industrial connectivity software. Kepware supports the industrial connectivity capabilities of PTC's ThingWorx industrial IoT platform. KEPServerEX 6.7 is designed to simplify connecting to industrial automation assets through one application
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ExOne, Siemens partner on Industry 4.0 for 3D printing

Industrial 3D printer maker ExOne is partnering Siemens to extend Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 technologies to industrial 3D printing. The move is likely to benefit manufacturers in the foundry, aerospace, automotive, and energy markets
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Schneider Electric, Brinc Industrial IoT Accelerator
Schneider Electric is partnering with Hong Kong based tech venture accelerator Brinc to create a global accelerator programme for Industrial IoT. The programme will focus in Industry 4.0 and the convergence of Operational Technology and IT
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World Economic Forum designates Nokia Oulu factory Industry 4.0 leader

The World Economic Forum has selected Nokia's 5G equipment factory in Oulu, Finland, as an outstanding example of Industry 4.0 in action. The Oulu factory, equipped with Nokia's own technology, has generated productivity gains of 30 percent and 50 percent savings in time of product delivery to market
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Litmus partners WideTNS to jump-start Korean IIoT
San Francisco based Industrial IoT platform provider Litmus Automation is partnering Korean software developer WideTNS to distribute Litmus Automation software in South Korea and provide local language technical support
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SMS, Voith collaborate on IIoT platform development
German mechanical engineering group Voith and industrial automation specialist SMS digital are joining forces to offer joint platform services for their industrial Internet of things (IIoT) solutions. The two companies plan to collaborate on developing new smart applications and platform systems
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