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Mar­cus Wel­don, pres­i­dent, Nokia Bell Labs

What is the prod­uct?

Nokia re­cently in­tro­duced its ‘Fu­ture X for in­dus­tries’ strat­egy and ar­chi­tec­ture, de­vel­oped by Bell Labs, to boost pro­duc­tiv­ity im­prove­ments across var­i­ous in­dus­try sec­tors. As tech­nolo­gies such as in­dus­trial in­ter­net of things (IIOT); edge cloud supporting aug­mented in­tel­li­gence and ad­vanced se­cu­rity an­a­lyt­ics; and endto-end 5G ca­pa­ble net­works be­come a re­al­ity, they will rad­i­cally speed up the dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion of var­i­ous in­dus­tries.

Why is it im­por­tant?

Emerg­ing In­dus­try 4.0 ap­pli­ca­tions will re­quire seam­lessly in­ter­con­nected sys­tems that can sense, an­a­lyse, op­ti­mise, and con­trol key at­tributes and ac­tions across a broad range of as­sets in­clud­ing ma­chin­ery, tools and de­vices. Nokia’s Fu­ture X for in­dus­tries ar­chi­tec­ture pro­vides a frame­work for open, con­nected sys­tems for in­dus­tries that can ac­cel­er­ate the digi­ti­sa­tion and au­to­ma­tion of these phys­i­cal as­sets.

Why is it dif­fer­ent?

It is now pos­si­ble for (or­gan­i­sa­tions) in both the dig­i­tal and phys­i­cal economies to ac­cel­er­ate their dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tions. The Fu­ture X for in­dus­tries ar­chi­tec­ture is de­signed to de­scribe the es­sen­tial foun­da­tion of this In­dus­try 4.0 revo­lu­tion.

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