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Nokia adds 5G and edge compute to WING IoT grid

Nokia has placed enterprise and IoT networks at the heart of its turnaround strategy for a couple of years now. It has been more prepared than its rivals to push services – such as cloud-managed packet cores and multi-RAT connectivity – that might bypass its operator customers altogether and support a fully private network, or an alternative service provider such as a neutral host. Now it is adding 5G and edge computing capabilities to one of its most important platforms in this strategy, WING (Worldwide IoT Network Grid). This extends WING’s hosted, pay-as-you-go model to 5G IoT. Nokia launched WING three years ago, enabling operators and enterprises to offload the management of their IoT processes, services and devices, and pay…

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