Westcon-Comstor signs new agreement to market Nokia industrial-grade wireless solutions in Germany21. 12. 2021 Tuesday / By: Robert Denes / Industrial / Exact time: BST / Print this page
The agreement provides the channel with the industry's leading private wireless solution for reliable, low-latency, high-performance connectivity even in the most demanding environments.
21 December 2021LONDON, UK - December 21 - Westcon-Comstor, a global technology distributor, announces a new distribution agreement with Nokia to provide Nokia with an industry-class private wireless solution called Nokia Digital Automation Cloud ( DAC). the German market.
As the digital transformation accelerates, so does the need for next-generation connectivity. From smartphones to smart factories, the 5G has the power and performance it needs for resource-intensive big data and IoT applications, ensuring that devices and people can access critical networks even in difficult conditions. Private wireless networks are uniquely equipped to handle the limitations of current IT networks, including Wi-Fi, in remote locations, large plants, or temporary sites. A stand-alone wireless private network provides the robust and reliable connectivity that is essential to today’s industrial and business operations - from people and machines to sensors and analytics.Nokia Digital Automation (DAC) provides a reliable, secure Cloud and high-performance wireless network that can be scaled to suit your needs. The industrial-grade digital automation service platform offers a reliable, high-bandwidth, low-latency private 4.9G / LTE and 5G connection, local edge computing capabilities, voice and video services, and a catalog of other applications. It is a compact, easy-to-deploy platform that includes network and user equipment, a cloud-based performance monitoring system, and industry-standard connectors with standard and industry-specific protocol connectivity. it allows you to seamlessly integrate and manage new devices such as robust PDAs. As Westcon-Comstor’s distributor of the Nokia DAC platform in Germany, with the support of a dedicated 5G team, this new partnership will provide the industry expertise and special channel needed to realize the full potential of high performance. private wireless network.
Nathan Stenson, Vice President, Sales, Nokia Enterprise Global Partner, said: “We look forward to offering robust private wireless networks in Germany with Westcon. This new agreement will accelerate the benefits of Nokia Digital Automation Cloud for partners and end users in the region. The private wireless network will drive a radical transformation in the industry, between communities and public services, and we are proud to work with Westcon to support the channel on this path.”
Hannah Broadhurst, CEO of Westcon-Comstor 5G and Private Wireless, said: “As a global leader in critical networks, Nokia has more than 380 industry-leading private wireless networks as a connection provider. We look forward to working together to create the next generation of connectivity that can accelerate industrial transformation, enhance automation, ensure safety and security, and achieve new improvements in quality, efficiency, and productivity.”
Westcon-Comstor is a global technology distributor, operating in more than 70 countries. It delivers business value and opportunity by connecting the world’s leading IT vendors with a channel of technology resellers, systems integrators and service providers. It combines industry insight, technical know-how and more than 30 years of distribution experience to deliver value and accelerate vendor and partner business success. It goes to market through two lines of business: Westcon and Comstor.
Nokia has deployed mission-critical networks to over 1,500 leading enterprise customers in the transport, energy, large enterprise, manufacturing, webscale, and public sector segments around the globe. Leading enterprises across industries are leveraging decades of Nokia experience building some of the biggest and most advanced IP, optical and wireless networks on the planet. With more than 380 large enterprise customers across industries worldwide, of which over 75 incorporate 5G, Nokia has been cited by numerous industry analysts as the leading provider of private wireless networking worldwide.
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