5. March 2019

To accelerate the digital transformation process and connect machines virtually in a production environment, the Deutsche Telekom is developing a so-called Campus Network together with the Center Connected Industry. The aim is to measurably increase the efficiency and flexibility of production processes in the supply chain.
One question remains: How exactly does a Campus Network look like?

An innovative mobile infrastructure based on LTE and, in particular 5G technologies, is a first step towards a more digitalized economy. Since this campus network structure is used exclusively for a defined area, such as a company building or a university campus, companies are no longer dependent on public network structures. Instead, machines are able to communicate with each other without significant delays. Another advantage: Increased data security. As the infrastructure of the future, companies can thus secure a competitive advantage and react to changes much more dynamically.

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, the Deutsche Telekom presented its Campus Network concept, developed together with the CCI at the RWTH Aachen Campus. In a joint project with high-tech company Osram the Deutsche Telekom has already tested the network infrastructure before. The Deutsche Telekom is currently implementing such an infrastructure together with the CCI in the DFA Aachen as part of the 5G Application Lab. As such, we are able to test mobile, industrial applications directly on site with the partners of the CCI community.

Your company can also benefit from the new development!
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