The ‘front end’ of a ruggedized mobile device is the tier the user sees and interacts with, such as an application (app) or website. The apps themselves can live remotely in the “back end” of the computing model or on the device, in the “middle” layer.
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Plan Now for 5G Devices
Fifth generation (5G) networks will transform the types of data your rugged devices can capture or access, thanks to higher bandwidth. And you will be able to transfer that data much more quickly, thanks to lower latency. As a result, IIoT 5G devices will increase the value of your data, improve efficiency, or even transform your operations. Aerospace/defense and building safety/automation teams will be able to radically increase situational awareness, speed response, and improve safety. But 5G devices are complex. Learn what you need to consider both in developing 5G devices as well the datacenters they connect to in this paper from CIO Magazine.
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Organizations have been discussing digital transformation for years but that has often been interpreted as relevant to enterprises