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Nokia unveils WING IoT service for XL biz, says it won’t upset MNOs

Nokia is continuing its IoT-focused diversification, announcing the new Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) offering, as it prepares to convince the industry of its success at MWC in Barcelona. WING, a managed service, aims to provide IoT connectivity to a wide range of verticals on a global basis – acting as a one-stop shop for enterprises looking to connect devices to applications. The main thrust of the sales pitch is simplicity, with Nokia declaring that the process of deploying global IoT applications is currently hampered by the patchwork business agreements and management expertise. WING claims to simplify this deployment process, “by spanning technologies and borders, with subscription and device management, security and analytics all included.” Citing connected cars and freight…

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