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Collaboration of Cisco and Tech Mahindra aims to create 5G enables solutions for manufacturers

Collaboration of Cisco and Tech Mahindra aims to create 5G enables solutions for manufacturers

Tech Mahindra is a well-known IT service giant, and recently the company made an announcement that it is launching 5G enabled solutions for building secure and wireless “factories of the future.” The new solution is developed in collaboration with Cisco, an American tech firm. The partnership is aimed at creating a technology and business solution that will assist the manufacturers in achieving their industry 4.0 goals. The solution will provide consultancy services and infrastructure assessment to construct the factory. Some of the significant highlights of the factory infrastructure will includeinformation technology-operation technology integration areas cybersecurity, factory to enterprise software-defined network, factory wireless network, and cybersecurity.

Typically factory equipment tends to hold an enormous amount of meaningful data that is key to any successful Industry 4.0 project. The new partnership will allow the users to leverage this data and motivate them to construct factories of the future.the companies are all set to leverage 5G techs As a part of Tech Mahindra’s TechMNxt charter to address consumers’ ever-evolving and dynamic needs to enable them to RISETM. Cisco and Tech Mahindra have full engagement of two decades, and industry 4.0 has remained as a top focus for them. Both the companies want to deliver a business solution that is well-trusted for the manufacturing industry.


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