Nokia launches ‘world-first’ 4G, 5G automation network slicing solution

Nokia has introduced a “world-first” 4G and 5G automation network slicing solution suitable for vendors seeking to cut the costs associated with increasing networking capacity. 

The networking equipment provider said on Thursday that the new network slicing system leverages Nokia’s end-to-end slicing network functionality for 4G and 5G New Radio (NR), first announced in February, which has been designed for applications running in both public and private clouds. 

In addition, the system utilizes Nokia’s cloud-native Digital Operations Center software, a modular offering which “provides a secure and fully automated process to design, deploy and operate network slices at scale across multi-vendor, multi-domain and multi-technology environments.”

See also: 5G: BT picks Nokia to power networks as UK starts to phase out Huawei

The mobile networking solution has now been bolstered with automation capabilities, a feature Nokia says extends the capabilities of existing network slicing products and “offers operators an unmatched solution

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Building Automation System Market : Key Facts, Dynamics, Segments and Forecast Predictions Presented Until

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Sep 28, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Global Building Automation System Industry was valued at USD 75 Billion in the year 2018. Global Building Automation System Industry is further estimated to grow at a CAGR of 10.5% from 2018 to 2025 to reach USD 133.7 Billion. The growth in automated security systems in buildings, development of wireless protocols and wireless sensor network technology for Building Automation System, and rapid penetration of IoT in building automation systems are the critical factors driving the growth of the Building Automation System Industry.

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Building energy management software helps building administrators or homeowners to continuously screen and investigate how much electricity is utilized by a building. It does not just advise building administrators or owners of energy drifts but in addition, gives noteworthy data to

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ET Back to Business Summary – Increased role and impact of automation in manufacturing

We are in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, aptly termed as the ‘intelligence revolution’. For the critical manufacturing industry, the changes driven by automation are of rising importance because of its impact on productivity and the labour force. Never before has human bot collaboration carried as much potential as it does today, and automation can be the ace up the sleeve that helps the manufacturing industry meet the country’s GDP goals.

Automation is also helping the manufacturing industry evolve its definition of productivity. The measure of productivity is no longer defined by physical movement of goods; it now takes into consideration human capital factors such as creativity, upskilling and the ability to innovate. This is leading technology conversations to move from boardrooms to factory floors, and from IT teams to operations and business intelligence teams. The value addition of automation is clear to all business units.

The current

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MOX Announces New Telescent Automation Technology on Its Latest Hillsboro to Portland Fiber Route

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MOX Networks, LLC (“MOX”), a leading fiber-optic network specialist, announced today that it has partnered with Telescent, Inc, an innovator of physical Software-Defined Networking (SDN) at the fiber optic physical layer, to bring fiber layer automation to MOX’s new Hillsboro to Portland fiber route. Telescent’s Gen 4 Network Topology Manager (G4 NTM), a remotely controlled reconfigurable fiber optic patch-panel and cross-connect, will implement physical layer automation and virtualization for MOX customers. With their patented robotic technology in place, fiber optic connections between network devices can be provisioned, tested, and delivered without a technician dispatch (near real time) for customers at each end of MOX’s new Pacific Northwest fiber route. The G4 NTM allows MOX to reduce the service delivery interval, support customers in real time, and locate cable faults automatically should they arise.

Available as early as Q4 2020, MOX looks forward to extending this

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Private equity manager sees automation as future of energy industry

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Pumping units operate northeast of Kermit in this 2018 file photo.

A new transformation appears to be underway in the nation’s energy industry.

“There’s something happening right now I think is a really big deal,” said Chuck Yates, former managing partner at Kayne Anderson during the weekly Oilfield Strong webinar presented by OTA Compression, OTA Environmental, Kimark and the Permian Basin Petroleum Association.

“We are transitioning from the age of the driller, where we were providing marginal barrels of oil to the world from U.S. shale and, boom, COVID-19 took 15 million barrels offline. I don’t know if oil demand is growing right now (but) it will be gross domestic product-driven given the fact OPEC can turn on 10 million barrels tomorrow of they want. Even if we grow oil demand 1 (million) to 1.5

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Capco Announces PlatformZero, a Cloud-Based, Low-Code Digital and Automation Solution for Financial Services Institutions

Capco’s PlatformZeroSM eliminates back-office inefficiencies and helps financial institutions improve digitization across the enterprise

Capco, the global management and technology consultancy, today announced the launch of PlatformZeroSM, a fully cloud-based digital and automation solution focused exclusively on the financial services industry. PlatformZero is designed to increase efficiency and eliminate high-cost processes across the back office and improve control and service for end-to-end process digitization.

PlatformZero’s low-code solution helps financial institutions sell and service their clients more effectively. PlatformZero provides a wide range of digital, automation, and integration features and is fully customizable for banking, wealth and insurance industries. It can also be used to provide a better employee experience, resulting in enhanced productivity and significant cost reductions. With PlatformZero, organizations can rapidly onboard and achieve significant efficiencies without the delivery risk, cost and time associated with traditional programs.

Lance Levy, CEO of Capco, said: “Across the industry,

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Industrial Automation Device Manager Software Market Technology Advancements and Future Scope 2020 to 2026

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Sep 25, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The Industrial Automation Device Manager Software Market report recognizes the importance of investing in policies and processes to use trade as a tool for inclusive growth. Underlying this approach is a strategy to strengthen its export sectors and broaden the scope of the goods and services produced given the report’s traditionally strong dependence on a narrow set of revenue-generating investment in the Industrial Automation Device Manager Software Market. This report is a roadmap for Industrial Automation Device Manager Software market exporters and policymakers to identify higher value-added products and markets with growth potential, as well as giving guidance to realize the opportunities and overcoming production challenges

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Microsoft Races Ahead On RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

Last year, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) was the fastest growing segment of the global enterprise software market (the technology helps to automate repetitive and tedious processes). And as for this year, the momentum has accelerated. Because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies have scrambled to boost their automation efforts.

The dominant players in the RPA market include UiPath, Blue Prism and AutomationAnywhere. But there is another tech operator that has been making dramatic gains: Microsoft. 

The company definitely has many advantages: a massive customer base, thousands of talented engineers, a rich ecosystem of partners, a best-of-breed cloud infrastructure and many complementary apps. Microsoft has also been innovating at a rapid pace.  Consider that more than 350,000 organizations use the Power Automate platform

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