The Future of Manufacturing is Digital
The manufacturing industry is undergoing rapid change, with the integration of business units, devices and technologies leading the way to a future of smart factories. Buzzwords and phrases such as digital transformation (DX), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), IT/OT convergence, Industry 4.0, and unified communications (UC) are now in common parlance yet it can be difficult to know if any of these apply to your business.
What is certain is that if businesses don’t keep up, they risk being outmanoeuvred by competitors. With demand for cheaper, more advanced goods, technology is increasingly the place organisations turn to in the manufacturing sector to produce goods more efficiently and to reduce both cost and time to market.
LAN & WiFi – Supercharge your LAN & WiFi to handle large amounts of real-time data at speed
Real-time data visualisation and analysis is necessary to keep things running optimally. Ensure there are no bottlenecks with supercharged LAN & WiFi.
Security – Encrypt and protect your sensitive manufacturing data
We can ensure that your smart factory is both smart and secure with prevention, discovery and response to security threats.
Unified Communications – Connect your staff to your production line for optimal efficiency
A smart factory needs smart staff. Connect your workers to your machines and to each other with UC.
Workplace Computing – Ensure your devices are optimised to manage your smart factory
Leverage our buying power to equip your smart factory with the devices it needs to stay efficient and productive.
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