Nokia Seeks to Deliver at the Industrial Edge

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By Michael Larner | 4Q 2021 | IN-6350


Nokia MX Industrial Edge Underpins Critical Use Cases


In October 2021, Nokia announced the launch of MX Industrial Edge, the company’s on-premises edge solution that enables customers to deploy applications and to manage devices and workflows. The company is integrating these capabilities with its 4.9G/LTE and 5G private wireless networks and industrial software applications. The suite also combines Nokia’s capabilities with those of its partners. One in partner in particular—Taqtile—has demonstrated how Nokia is combining its expertise in connectivity and edge computing with partners to support workers in manufacturing facilities.

Taqtile supports what the company refers to as deskless workers with its Manifest work-instruction platform that delivers task-relevant information to a user’s device. Manifest looks to help manufacturers improve their productivity and quality by blending Augmented Reality (AR), cloud computing, and LTE/5G networks.

AR-based solutions are being used in manufacturing facilities because manufacturers are struggling to train new staff and upskill their exist…

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