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Redefining Network Connectivity for Manufacturing 4.0
The industrial revolution marked the first transitional phase of the global manufacturing scene. Fast forward to 2020, and digital transformation is paving the way for industry 4.0.
In times where products are devised far away from where they are eventually sold, and joint ventures are sought as the key to drive innovation, manufacturing megacorps rely heavily on fast and consistent application performance and data synchronisation to collaborate with vendors and oversee different parts of the production process.
While the internet and MPLS have been accommodative of enterprises’ connectivity needs, there is only so much these network solutions can do. The internet is not business-grade, and companies are bound to experience workflow interruptions. MPLS, on the other hand, is an expensive technology and fails to keep up with the current enterprise requirements.
- How can the manufacturing industry step up their connectivity game?
- What are the current WAN landscape limitations?
- How can businesses gain optimal performance and predictable application access from cloud-based ERP applications and branch offices?
CIO at Krishna Maruti Group
CDO at Akums
CISO and GM at Alkem Laboratories
Global Head and Sr. Director of IT at Larsen & Toubro
Global Head and VP of IT at Sigma Electric
Head of Engineering & Solutions at Larsen & Toubro
Head Digital Acceleration & COE at Nissan Motor Corporation
President of Operations at Ipca
Sr. GM of IT & IS at Natco Pharma
Sr. GM of Smart & Connected at Wipro Lighting
AGM IT at JSW
2:30 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Aryaka
2:40 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
3:40 pm: Discussion brought to a close