Nokia DAC Wi-Fi connectivity

Tuesday, 31 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Nokia Solutions and Networks Singapore Pte Ltd


Nokia DAC Wi-Fi offers flexibility for industries connecting assets as part of their digital transformation. The Wi-Fi connectivity solution will be available in the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) end-to-end industrial-grade digitalisation platform.

Wireless networks are important to connect industrial assets for organisations implementing Industry 4.0 use cases. Low latency and connectivity provided by 4.9G/LTE and 5G allows enterprises to access, analyse and act on operational data in real time. Organisations, however, use a variety of technologies to connect assets, including Wi-Fi, and as a result, many are upgrading to Wi-Fi 6 to improve capabilities for connected legacy assets and services.

Organisations can tap into licence-free spectrum to augment their private networks and support non-business-critical operational technology workflows, such as deskless workforce instructions and non-critical connections used to access machine maintenance data. Organisations can add plug and play private wireless 4.9G/LTE and 5G for real-time connectivity, or boost capacity with Wi-Fi 6 for other connectivity needs.

The connectivity solution will be offered with indoor and ruggedised outdoor access point variants supporting Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, as well as Wi-Fi management and authentication, authorisation and accounting functionality. It comes with a disruptive as-a-service subscription model in which the access points will be offered free of charge.

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