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CK Hutchison, Ooredoo Group to merge Indonesian operations

2021-09-17 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Suggested headline: CK Hutchison, Ooredoo Group to merge Indonesian operations In a $6 billion deal, Ooredoo and CK Hutchison have decided to merge their operations in Indonesia to create the country's second-largest service provider, PT Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison. The merged entity will bring together the complementary businesses of the two companies…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Vivo and Nokia start 5G tests in Rio de Janeiro: Report

2021-09-17 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Brazilian telecom operator Vivo announced that it has initiated 5G tests in the 26 GHz frequency band in partnership with Finnish vendor Nokia, as per local media reports. The trials are scheduled to take place in Rio de Janeiro in Vivo’s laboratory in Barra da Tijuca and two sites located in Barra and Recreio dos Bandeirantes…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Ooredoo, CK Hutchison sign USD 6 billion merger of Indonesian mobile operators

2021-09-16 15:44:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) CK Hutchison and Ooredoo have signed the agreement to merge their businesses in Indonesia...

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What does Industry 4.0 mean for manufacturing?

2021-09-16 15:43:29| The Webmail Blog

What does Industry 4.0 mean for manufacturing? chri6103 Thu, 09/16/2021 - 08:43 What does Industry 4.0 mean for manufacturing? September 20, 2021 Hemant Javeri Traditional manufacturers can no longer delay digital transformation as were in the era of Industry 4.0 the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The days of using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) applications for the management of operations, supply chains and assets are coming to an end. Global supply chains require advanced real-time data to provide visibility at every stage from inventory management to production. A recent example was seen during the global pandemic when many automobile manufacturers shut down plants because of a microchip shortage. Data-driven technology, such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), can create a smart factory to prevent any parts shortages. Manufacturers are joining the Industry 4.0 revolution to gain several advantages including: Efficient and cost-effective resource allocation Reducing downtime by leveraging enhanced machine monitoring Real-time responsiveness for consumer demands and personalization In the white paper, Introducing the new era of Industry 4.0, an overview is provided of how manufacturing is changing. It also provides insights into the implementation of IIoT at scale and how an integrated approach covering people, processes and technologies is critical. Here are four key areas discussed in our manufacturing white paper. Operational pillars required for an Industry 4.0 transformation Before embarking on a transformation journey, you need to take a hard look at business drivers, organizational change and technology transformation. By analyzing these three operational areas, a future-proof IIoT infrastructure can be designed with features such as continuous monitoring of factory floor equipment and machine learning predictions for processes. Identifying use cases to enable Industry 4.0 It is also important to identify use cases across all the steps in the value chain, from suppliers to customers. An integrated approach involves prioritizing use cases for piloting and planning a rollout across plant locations. The journey to creating a connected factory solution The two main steps in building a connected factory involve firstly deciding which sensors and hardware to use for data collection within plant operations. The second stage involves developing a secure cloud landing zone that collects, analyzes and stores data. Real-life smart factory transitions and how they did it The strategies for a successful IoT project can be seen in action in the case study of medical device company Cerapedics as it transitioned to a smart factory. The first stage of the project involved building a proof-of-concept IoT solution that connected digital and analog sensors, extracted data and sent it to the AWS cloud for analysis and display. Following this, an optimal data model was defined, and a data ingestion, enrichment and storage pipeline was built providing real-time and historical analysis that is scalable, cost-effective and resilient to outages. To learn how you can leverage IIoT, cloud and new operating models to jumpstart your journey to a smart, connected factory, download the white paper, Introducing the new era of Industry 4.0. Recent Posts What does Industry 4.0 mean for manufacturing? September 20th, 2021 Why application modernization is important for your business and how to get started September 8th, 2021 Six security challenges and how to overcome them August 24th, 2021 Build an object detection model with Amazon Rekognition custom labels and Roboflow August 9th, 2021 Why network connectivity is key to successfully running your modern multicloud August 6th, 2021 Links Solve: Thought Leadership Corporate Blog Newsroom Technical Blog Investor Relations Media Kit

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Belgian Total Communications market 2021 Q2

2021-09-16 12:20:00| Telecompaper Reports

This report analyses developments in the Belgian market for telecommunications in the second quarter of 2021, and compares the findings with previous quarters. This report covers players in the fixed and mobile segments. Some of these players are active in both segments, while others aren't. .

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Belgian Total Communications market 2021 Q2

2021-09-16 12:15:00| Telecompaper Reports

This report analyses developments in the Belgian market for telecommunications in the second quarter of 2021, and compares the findings with previous quarters. This report covers players in the fixed and mobile segments. Some of these players are active in both segments, while others aren't. .

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Liberty Latin America buys Claro Panama for USD 200 mln

2021-09-16 09:58:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Liberty Latin America (LLA) said it has agreed to acquire America Movil's Claro operation in Panama for an enterprise value of USD 200 million on a cash and debt-free basis...

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Vodafone Spain to lay off up to 515 workers, 12% of total

2021-09-16 09:07:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Vodafone Spain has announced plans to lay off up to 515 workers throughout the country, equivalent to 12 percent of its total workforce of around 4,200...

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Cisco sets target for 5-7 percent revenue CAGR in next 5 years

2021-09-16 09:03:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Cisco has set a new target for a compound annual growth rate of 5-7 percent in revenues over the next five years, to fiscal year 2025...

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Xiaomi unveils 11T phones with 108 MP cameras and 11 Lite 5G NE

2021-09-16 08:43:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Xiaomi has released three new phones in its current flagship 11 series: the 11T, 11T Pro and 11 Lite 5G NE...

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