Nokia is heavily relying on the Internet of Things as the next big thing in the tech community. IoT is a name for all connected devices, but with its new product called WING, Nokia particularly aims at transport, health, utilities and safety market.
WING stands for “worldwide IoT network grid”, and will manage “the IoT connectivity and services needs of a client’s assets, such as connected cars or connected freight containers, as they move around the globe, reducing the complexity for enterprises who would otherwise be required to work with multiple technology providers.”
The technology behind WING can easily be adjusted for every business model relying on connectivity and connected devices.
More about Nokia’s IoT plans you can find in the official press release.