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— ReportsnReports.com has added a report “The 5G Wireless Ecosystem: 2017 – 2030 – Technologies, Applications, Verticals, Strategies & Forecasts” which says, despite the lack of sufficient LTE coverage in parts of the world, mobile operators and vendors have already embarked on R&D initiatives to develop 5G, the next evolution in mobile networks. 5G is expected to provide a single network environment to deliver not only existing mobile broadband and IoT services, but also new innovations such as self-driving cars, cloud robotics, 3D holographic telepresence and remote surgery with haptic feedback. At present, the 3GPP and other SDOs (Standards Development Organizations) are engaged in defining the first phase of 5G specifications. However, pre-standards 5G network rollouts are already underway, most notably in the United States and South Korea, as mobile operators rush to be the first to offer 5G services. Research estimates that by the end of 2017, pre-standards 5G network investments are expected to account for over $250 Million. Although 2020 has conventionally been regarded as the headline date for 5G commercialization, the very first standardized deployments of the technology are expected to be commercialized as early as 2019 with the 3GPP's initial 5G specifications set to be implementation-ready by March 2018. Between 2019 and 2025, we expect the 5G network infrastructure market to aggressively grow a CAGR of nearly 70%, eventually accounting for $28 Billion in annual spending by the end of 2025. These infrastructure investments will be complemented by annual shipments of up to 520 Million 5G-capable devices. List of Companies Mentioned in Report 5G Wireless Ecosystem Market : 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project), 5G Americas, 5G Forum, South Korea, 5G PPP (5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership), 5G TSA (5G Open Trial Specification Alliance), 5GAA (5G Automotive Association), 5GMF (Fifth Generation Mobile Communications Promotion Forum, Japan), 5GRUS, 5GTF (5G Technical Forum), 5GTR (Turkish 5G Forum), Alcatel-Lucent, Alpental Technologies, Alphabet, América Móvil, Anatel (Agencia Nacional de Telecomunicacoes), Arcep, Argela, ARIB (Association of Radio Industries and Businesses), Arqiva, Ascenta, AT&T, AT&T Mexico, Athena Wireless Communications, ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions), Avanti Communications, AVC Networks Company, Batelco, Bell Canada, BMW Group, Broadband Forum, BT Group, C Spire, CableLabs, CAICT (China Academy of Information and Communications Technology), CCSA (China Communications Standards Association), CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), CEA Tech, CEA-Leti, CEPT (European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations), China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Chunghwa Telecom, Cisco Systems, CITEL (Inter-American Telecommunication Commission), Claro Brasil, CMHK (China Mobile Hong Kong), CMRI (China Mobile Research Institute), CNIT (Italian National Consortium for Telecommunications) The report covers the following topics: • 5G NR (New Radio) and NextGen (Next Generation) system architecture • Market drivers and barriers to the adoption of 5G networks • 5G requirements, usage scenarios, vertical markets and applications • Key enabling technologies including air interface design, higher frequency radio access, advanced antenna systems, flexible duplex schemes, D2D (Device-to-Device) connectivity, dynamic spectrum access, self-backhauling and network slicing • Complementary concepts including NFV, SDN, hyperscale data centers, Cloud RAN, satellite communications and aerial networking platforms • Case studies and review of mobile operator 5G commitments • 5G standardization, development and research initiatives • Analysis of spectrum availability and allocation strategies for 5G networks • Competitive assessment of vendor strategies • Review of investments on R&D and pre-standards 5G networks • Standardized 5G infrastructure, user equipment and operator service forecasts till 2030 Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories: • 5G R&D Investments • Pre-Standards 5G Network Investments • Standardized 5G Infrastructure Investments • Standardized 5G User Equipment Investments • 5G Operator Services About Us ReportsnReports.com is single source for all market research needs. Our database includes 500,000+ market research reports from over 95 leading global publishers & in-depth market research studies of over 5000 micro markets. For more information, please visit http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/917281-the-5g-wireless-ecosystem-2017-2030-technologies-applications-verticals-strategies-forecasts.html?utm_source=marketersmedia&utm_medium=giti


News Article | May 2, 2017
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Under the agreement, the Forum will exclusively license the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance to undertake the construction of OBLA in China and to conduct conformance and interoperability testing, migration best practices, technical due diligence and training around the project. The SDN/NFV Industry Alliance will build and manage the OBLA, while the Broadband Forum will provide technical direction, testing methods, a standards framework and domain expertise. The aim of the project is to develop network cloud standards verification, testing, solution conformance and a proving ground for new services. "As operators look to bring the efficiencies of data centers and cloud technologies to the network, gradually transforming it to a software-based infrastructure, it is incredibly important that we speed up standards, testing, conformance and best practice to ensure smarter, programmable and faster networks that deliver leading edge capability for operators and world-class experience for their customers," said Broadband Forum Chairman Kevin Foster, of BT. "This new lab facility is a strategic and natural evolution of the Forum's ongoing work on virtualization and cloud, with almost every project in our current scope now connected to these next-generation network technologies. We look forward to strengthening this work with the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance." The OBLA builds on the Forum's ongoing and completed virtualization and cloud projects, including the Network Enhanced Residential Gateway, which shifts functionalities from the Residential Gateway to the operator's network, Cloud Central Office, Fixed Access Network Sharing, SDN in the Access Network, and the virtual Business Gateway. This complements the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance's focus on increasing the readiness in SDN commercial utilization and promoting the healthy development of the SDN industry. "The lack of standards and a unified framework for Network Cloud and SDN is a significant problem, which leads to fragmentation in the industry and defeats interoperability, slowing the industry's development. As one of the most important organizations in broadband, the Broadband Forum's Open Broadband Lab can be the unified and standardized platform to address the fragmentation issues and resolve the problems the industry is facing," said Mr. Wei Leping, President of the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance, and China Telecom Beijing Research Institute. "China SDN/NFV Industry Alliance is pleased to collaborate with the Forum to create the physical laboratory and verify the standardized framework, testing for interoperability and enabling application development based on this platform." For more information on the Broadband Forum's work, please visit: broadband-forum.org. To find out more about the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance, please see: sdnia.org About the Broadband Forum Broadband Forum, a non-profit industry organization, is focused on engineering smarter and faster broadband networks. Our work defines best practices for global networks, enables service and content delivery, establishes technology migration strategies, engineers critical device & service management tools, and is key to redefining broadband. Our free technical reports and white papers can be found at broadband-forum.org. Twitter @Broadband_Forum. For more information about the Broadband Forum, please visit broadband-forum.org or follow @Broadband_Forum on Twitter. For further information please contact Brian Dolby on +44 (0) 7899 914168 or brian.dolby@proactive-pr.com or Jayne Garfitt on +44 (0) 1636 812152 or jayne.garfitt@proactive-pr.com. About the SDN/NFV Industry Alliance The SDN/NFV Industry Alliance (SDNFVIA) was founded on November 4, 2014 by the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), together with 15 organizations in the industry. Guided by the principle of "openness, innovation, collaboration and implementation", the alliance focuses on increasing the readiness in SDN/NFV commercial utilization and promoting the healthy development of the SDN/NFV industry. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/broadband-forum-and-sdnnfv-industry-alliance-partner-on-network-transformation-300449534.html


News Article | December 1, 2016
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PEKÍN, 1 de diciembre de 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- El Edge Computing Consortium (ECC) se estableció oficialmente hoy en Pekín, China. Esta iniciativa se ha creado de forma conjunta a través de Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., el Shenyang Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, la China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), Intel Corporation, ARM e iSoftStone. El ECC tiene como finalidad desarrollar una plataforma cooperativa para la industria de la informática de marco que dará un impulso a la apertura y la colaboración en los sectores de tecnología operacional (OT) y tecnología de la información y las comunicaciones (ICT), fomentando con ello las mejores prácticas del sector y estimulando un desarrollo saludable y sostenible de la informática de marco. La revolución digital global actual está impulsando una nueva ronda de reestructuración industrial. Por medio de la transformación digital de las industrias, los productos se incorporan a una interconexión inteligente. La coordinación en profundidad y la convergencia de OT e ICT ayudan a mejorar la automatización industrial, cumpliendo así con los requisitos a medida de los productos y servicios, promoviendo la transformación de todo el ciclo de vida de los productos y las operaciones de servicios y activando la innovación de productos, servicios y modelos empresariales. Esto tendrá un impacto duradero en lo que hace referencia a la cadena de valor, la cadena de suministro y el ecosistema. Yu Haibin, presidente del ECC y director del Shenyang Institute of Automation de la Chinese Academy of Sciences, afirmó: "En su 13r plan de cinco años, China lanzó dos estrategias nacionales: la integración de la digitalización y la industrialización, además de 'Made in China 2025'. Esto requiere la convergencia de la ICT y la OT. Edge Computing es clave para apoyar y posibilitar esta convergencia. Mientras, el desarrollo industrial también se enfrenta a un punto de inflexión". "Los sistemas de tecnología de automatización industrial evolucionarán, pasando de una arquitectura en capas y silos de información a una arquitectura de IoT, computación en nube y análisis de Big Data. En mitad de esta evolución, la informática de marco va a reforzar la arquitectura industrial de autocontrol automático distribuido. Debido a esto, el ECC tendrá su vista puesta en el diseño de la arquitectura y la elección de la hoja de ruta técnica, además de promocionar el desarrollo industrial a través de la estandarización. Además, se va a centrar en el desarrollo de un ecosistema", añadió Yu Haibin. El ECC busca el concepto de OICT, en el que los recursos de la OT, la tecnología de la información (TI) y la tecnología de las comunicaciones (CT) deben integrarse y coordinarse entre sí, al tiempo que adhieren el espíritu del consenso, la unidad y la cooperación beneficiosa para ambas partes, con el fin de impulsar el desarrollo saludable del ECC. El ECC se esfuerza para avanzar dentro de la cooperación entre los recursos de la industria a partir de los sectores de gobierno, proveedores, académicos, de investigación y de los clientes. El libro blanco del Edge Computing Consortium se presentó durante la celebración de la 2016 Edge Computing Industrial Summit, durante la ceremonia de lanzamiento del ECC. Enfatiza las tendencias y los principales desafíos de la industria de la informática de marco, elabora la definición y el contenido de la informática de marco, muestra el diseño de excelente nivel y el modelo operativo del ECC y formula la arquitectura de referencia y el marco tecnológico de la informática de marco, que busca llevar a cabo el desarrollo futuro del ECC.


News Article | November 3, 2016
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« Buick to unveil Velite Concept PHEV at Guangzhou show | Main | Daimler extends stationary energy storage business to US » General Motors demonstrated eight safety applications for its latest intelligent and connected vehicle (ICV) technology for the first time in China at the National Intelligent and Connected Vehicle Pilot Zone in Shanghai, which opened in June. GM has been supporting the development of connected vehicle technologies for more than a decade in the US. The company highlighted six vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) safety applications, including Intersection Movement Assist, and Electronic Emergency Brake Light and Control Loss Warning enabled by V2V technology. It also introduced two newly developed vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) safety applications: Red Light Violation Warning and Reduced Speed Zone Warning. China has nine megacities with populations above 10 million—more than any other country. The development of ICV technology and systems is expected to address their challenges, including pollution, traffic congestion and road accidents, as well as create additional investment opportunities, revenue and jobs in related businesses. It is estimated that by 2030, about half of all vehicles sold will be highly autonomous and 15% will be fully autonomous. In dense urban areas, electric vehicle penetration could reach 50%. ICV applications require a complete set of standards and a security network for interoperability. GM, Tsinghua University and Chang’an Auto have been leading the development of China’s V2X application layer standard with the support of SAE-China and C-ITS. The first version will be published by the end of this year. Last week at the 2016 SAE-China Congress & Exhibition in Shanghai, General Motors teamed up with the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), Tsinghua University, Chang’an Auto, Yanfeng Visteon and Shanghai International Auto City to demonstrate the interoperability of the emerging China connected vehicle (V2X) application layer standard for the first time. (Earlier post.) GM is also one of the authors of the China Intelligent and Connected Vehicle Road Map, which was released last week at the 2016 SAE-China Congress & Exhibition. It provides a guideline for the research and development activities of manufacturers and future policy development by the government. We now have ICV technologies along with the capability to bring them to the market—and do it quickly. However, no one company or one organization has all the answers. It will require the industry to continue perfecting the technology together with government support to maximize technology accessibility and the creation of standard guidelines. GM announced earlier that Super Cruise, a highway driving automation technology that will enable hands-free driving even in stop-and-go traffic, will be introduced in China shortly after it becomes available next year in the Cadillac CT6 in the US.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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« Volkswagen unveils Atlas; new MQB-based 7-seat SUV; first VW Digital Cockpit in US | Main | ARPA-E launches PNDIODES program to boost power electronics work » At the 2016 SAE-China Congress & Exhibition from October 26-28 in Shanghai, General Motors teamed up with the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), Tsinghua University, Chang’an Auto, Yanfeng Visteon and Shanghai International Auto City to demonstrate the interoperability of the emerging China connected vehicle (V2X) application layer standard for the first time. A complete set of communication standards is necessary for underpinning an intelligent transportation system (ITS) using connected vehicles as a key component. GM, Tsinghua University and Chang’an Auto are leading a working group for the development of the V2X application layer and application data-exchange service standard with the support of SAE-China and C-ITS (China ITS Industry Alliance). The goal of the working group is to standardize V2X message formats agnostic to lower-layer communication technology. The WG is using a message set dictionary similar to SAE J2735 as the basis, taking into account unique traffic characteristics in China. The working group initially completed a definition and demand analysis of the applications, and is now working to define the required message set dictionary and data exchange standards. The required message set dictionary defines the content, format and coding methods for data exchange at the application layer. The data exchange standards stipulate time, frequency, data requirements and interface definition for data exchange. Through the demonstration, the working group improved and verified the required message set dictionary and data exchange standards at the V2X application layer. In addition, it generated important reference data to bolster China’s further research on intelligent and connected vehicles (ICVs) and pave the way for their future deployment. The demonstration included the following safety applications: Blind Spot/Lane Change Warning, Forward Collision Warning, Intersection Movement Assist and Special Vehicle Avoid Notification. In a paper published earlier this year (“Global Harmonization Of Connected Vehicle Communication Standards”), the Michigan Department of Transportation and the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) noted that connected vehicle standards in China are lagging behind the rapid market growth driven by global auto manufactures and domestic telecommunication service providers. China has set aside spectrum (5.795-5.815GHz) for ITS applications - mainly for ETC, traveler information systems, traffic operation, and fleet management.


News Article | November 30, 2016
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BEIJING, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Edge Computing Consortium (ECC) was officially established in Beijing, China. This initiative was jointly created by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shenyang Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), Intel Corporation, ARM, and iSoftStone. The ECC aims to build a cooperative platform for the edge computing industry that will give impetus to openness and collaboration in the Operational Technology (OT) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industries, nurtures industrial best practices, and stimulates the healthy and sustainable development of edge computing. Today's global digital revolution is driving a new round of industrial restructuring. Through the digital transformation of industries, products are incorporated into intelligent interconnection. In-depth coordination and convergence of OT and ICT help improve industrial automation, meet the customized requirements of products and services, promote full-lifecycle transformation from products to service operations, and trigger the innovation of products, services, and business models. This will have a lasting impact on the value chain, supply chain, and ecosystem. Yu Haibin, Chairman of the ECC and Director of Shenyang Institute of Automation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said, "In the 13th Five Year Plan, China launched two national strategies, integration of digitization and industrialization, as well as 'Made in China 2025'. This requires much on ICT and OT convergence. Edge Computing is key to supporting and enabling this convergence. Meanwhile, industrial development is also facing a turning point. "Industrial automation technology systems will evolve from layered architecture and information silos to IoT, cloud computing, and Big Data analytics architecture. Amidst the evolution, edge computing will bolster distributed industrial automatic self-control architecture. Therefore, the ECC will keep an eye on the design of the architecture and the choice of technical roadmap, as well as promoting industrial development through standardization. In addition, building an ecosystem will also be focused," continued Yu Haibin. The ECC is in pursuit of the OICT concept that OT, information technology (IT), and communications technology (CT) resources should integrate and coordinate with each other, and stick to the spirit of consensus, unity, and win-win cooperation, to drive forward the ECC's healthy development. The ECC strives to advance cooperation among industry resources from government, vendors, academics, research, and customer sectors. The Edge Computing Consortium's White Paper was also released at the 2016 Edge Computing Industrial Summit, during the ECC's launch ceremony. It puts emphasis on the edge computing industry's trends and major challenges, elaborates on the definition and content of edge computing, displays the ECC's top-level design and operational model, and formulates the reference architecture and technological framework of edge computing, guiding the ECC's future development.


News Article | November 30, 2016
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BEIJING, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Edge Computing Consortium (ECC) was officially established in Beijing, China. This initiative was jointly created by Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shenyang Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), Intel Corporation, ARM, and iSoftStone. The ECC aims to build a cooperative platform for the edge computing industry that will give impetus to openness and collaboration in the Operational Technology (OT) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industries, nurtures industrial best practices, and stimulates the healthy and sustainable development of edge computing. Today's global digital revolution is driving a new round of industrial restructuring. Through the digital transformation of industries, products are incorporated into intelligent interconnection. In-depth coordination and convergence of OT and ICT help improve industrial automation, meet the customized requirements of products and services, promote full-lifecycle transformation from products to service operations, and trigger the innovation of products, services, and business models. This will have a lasting impact on the value chain, supply chain, and ecosystem. Yu Haibin, Chairman of the ECC and Director of Shenyang Institute of Automation, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, said, "In the 13th Five Year Plan, China launched two national strategies, integration of digitization and industrialization, as well as 'Made in China 2025'. This requires much on ICT and OT convergence. Edge Computing is key to supporting and enabling this convergence. Meanwhile, industrial development is also facing a turning point. "Industrial automation technology systems will evolve from layered architecture and information silos to IoT, cloud computing, and Big Data analytics architecture. Amidst the evolution, edge computing will bolster distributed industrial automatic self-control architecture. Therefore, the ECC will keep an eye on the design of the architecture and the choice of technical roadmap, as well as promoting industrial development through standardization. In addition, building an ecosystem will also be focused," continued Yu Haibin. The ECC is in pursuit of the OICT concept that OT, information technology (IT), and communications technology (CT) resources should integrate and coordinate with each other, and stick to the spirit of consensus, unity, and win-win cooperation, to drive forward the ECC's healthy development. The ECC strives to advance cooperation among industry resources from government, vendors, academics, research, and customer sectors. The Edge Computing Consortium's White Paper was also released at the 2016 Edge Computing Industrial Summit, during the ECC's launch ceremony. It puts emphasis on the edge computing industry's trends and major challenges, elaborates on the definition and content of edge computing, displays the ECC's top-level design and operational model, and formulates the reference architecture and technological framework of edge computing, guiding the ECC's future development.


Zhao X.,North China Electrical Power University | Zhang Y.,China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
Xitong Fangzhen Xuebao / Journal of System Simulation | Year: 2016

An online identification algorithm for multiple model based on minimum entropy clustering was investigated. The number of local models and corresponding weights was calculated by the entropy based fuzzy subtractive clustering approach, and the regularity degree of the local system was considered along with the clustering process. Parameters of local models could be estimated online by the weighted recursive least square method. The waste heat recovery Organic Rankine Cycles system was used to demonstrate the algorithm. The result shows the identified multi-model not only can reach an accuracy and reliability identification result, but also has a stronger self-adaptability for uncertain external disturbances. © 2016, The Editorial Board of Journal of System Simulation. All right reserved.


Liu D.,China Academy of Information and Communications Technology | Zhang C.,China Academy of Information and Communications Technology | Wu T.,China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
2015 Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, APEMC 2015 | Year: 2015

The study analyzes the dosimetric variation due to the misalignment of the device under test (DUT) during numerically evaluation of specific absorption rate (SAR). The novelty of the research is to discuss the individual effect of the six misalignment directions to the SAR variation. In this work, five DUT models are generated. Finite-difference time-domain method is applied according to the specification of IEC 62704. The results indicate that the different misalignment directions have different impacts on the SAR variation. The finding reveals that it may be necessary to assign different weight factors to different misalignment directions in evaluating the uncertainty. © 2015 IEEE.


NEEDHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Industrial Internet Consortium® (IIC), the global, member-supported organization that promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT). Under the agreement, the IIC and CAICT will work together to help ensure interoperability for the industrial Internet in China. The agreement is one of a number of agreements made by the IIC’s newly formed Liaison Working Group. Joint activities between the IIC and CAICT will include: “We look forward to working with the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology to help further the development of the industrial Internet throughout China,” said Wael William Diab, Chair, IIC Liaison Working Group and Senior Director, Huawei. “We’re especially excited about joint activity on testbeds and research and development projects that will help advance the adoption of the industrial internet.” “We highly value the cooperation between CAICT and the IIC,” said Mr. Xiaohui YU, CTO of CAICT. “The collaboration with the IIC will help establish tight relationships between the IIC and Chinese entities and organizations, such as the AII Alliance, and will develop, facilitate and enhance the industrial Internet.” The Liaison Working Group is the gateway for formal relationships with standards and open-source organizations, consortia, alliances, certification and testing bodies and government entities/agencies. For a list of current liaisons, click here. About China Academy of Information and Communications Technology China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT) is a research academy under the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology with over 2,400 employees. A specialized think-tank for the government, and an innovation and development platform for the industry, CAICT holds a service portfolio that covers the areas of information and communication technology, the integration of ICT and industries, such as 5G, Internet IoT and industrial Internet, cloud computing, big data, Intelligent manufacturing etc. As a leading think-tank and platform in ICT field of China, it contributes to the development and innovation of the country and the ICT industry by providing support and services in terms of national strategies, plans, policies, standards, technology labs, testing and certification etc. CAICT is the national core supporting organization for industrial Internet, intelligent manufacturing and Internet relevant actions to the Chinese government, and is involved in the drafting of the “Internet+ action plan,” “Made in China 2025,”and other national strategies and guidance on IoT, Cloud computing, big data and Broadband China, etc. CAICT is currently the leading organization to promote the development of industrial Internet of China. About the Industrial Internet Consortium The Industrial Internet Consortium is a global, member-supported, organization that promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things by coordinating ecosystem initiatives to securely connect, control and integrate assets and systems of assets with people, processes and data using common architectures, interoperability and open standards to deliver transformational business and societal outcomes across industries and public infrastructure. The Industrial Internet Consortium is managed by the Object Management Group (OMG). For more information, visit www.iiconsortium.org. Note to editors: Industrial Internet Consortium is a registered trademark of OMG. For a listing of all OMG trademarks, visit www.omg.org/legal/tm_list. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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