IT, OT Worlds Collide With 5G Security

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5G networks will supercharge the convergence of IT and operational technology (OT) networks and teams, and ultimately this is a positive development. Among the benefits: industrial machines, sensors, and other connected devices can learn on the fly using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.

Article: Microwave mobile backhaul in a 5G world

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The Microwave Transmission market, comprised of point-to-point systems, declined 5 percent in 2019, bringing the market revenue down to $3.2 billion—far smaller than the good days of rampant 4G build outs and upgrades that drove this market’s revenue up over $5.0 billion. Additionally, a decline of 5 percent just as 5G rolls out seems to imply a negative sentiment towards wireless backhaul in the new 5G world or does it?

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