Black Box and Nokia are teaming up to develop the OnGo Private Wireless / CBRS Network for Industry 4.004. 11. 2021 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Business / Exact time: BST / Print this page
B lack Box, a leading global solution integrator, has announced that it has joined Nokia, an industry innovator in wireless communications, to provide the most complete, next-generation OnGo® private wireless / CBRS network for Industry 4.0.
The partnership will allow Black Box to drive innovation in connectivity and the adoption of private networks, thus providing excellent opportunities for wireless networks in the industrial manufacturing market. Black Box explains that OnGo®, a licensed, low-bandwidth wireless spectrum that gives manufacturers access to a private wireless connection for a fraction of the cost of LTE, reflects the simplicity of Wi-Fi while providing secure, cost-effective Provides LTE. coverage for corporate wireless traffic and IoT applications.
Vikas Trehan, Nokia’s vice president of channels and alliances, said: Nokia welcomes the Black Box in our Global Partner Program to help meet the growing demand for private 4G / 5G university networks. Black Box’s intimate knowledge and reliable connections across corporate campus networks, combined with Nokia’s world-class products and services, help realize the industry 4.0 vision."
Bill Holman, vice president and general manager of Black Box 5G Technologies said: "Private wireless and emerging private 5G networks are ready to redefine the corporate wireless network space. Large campuses and sites such as airports and large logistics and distribution hubs are pushing current WLAN standards to their technological limits."
Thanks to our partnership with Nokia, such sites can now break free from the limitations of WLAN and get exactly the wireless connection they need."
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