Thursday, 27 January 2022

Electronics manufacturer Lacroix taps Orange and Ericsson for French 5G factory

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 11 November 20

Orange and Ericsson will deploy an indoor 5G network and transform the facility into the “factory of the future”

Industry 4.0 has long been touted as one of the main drivers of 5G deployment. The new technology, with its incredibly low latency and high capacity, is set to open the door for numerous industrial applications, utilising smart sensors, AI, machine learning, and more to revolutionise manufacturing.    However, with 5G still very much in its infancy and with limited deployment worldwide…

Industry 4.0 has long been touted as one of the main drivers of 5G deployment. The new technology, with its incredibly low latency and high capacity, is set to open the door for numerous industrial applications, utilising smart sensors, AI, machine learning, and more to revolutionise manufacturing.    However, with 5G still very much in its infancy and with limited deployment worldwide…

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