Nokia Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING)
Enter new markets and grow IoT connectivity revenues
How can you offer global IoT connectivity for all your industrial customers?
Operators have a golden opportunity to generate new business by offering Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity that’s fast to deploy and simple to manage. But how do you build global IoT connectivity without the complexity of multiple roaming agreements in many markets?
Nokia WING (Worldwide IoT Network Grid) provides managed IoT connectivity with assured service levels, enabling operators to offer the most extensive global footprint of IoT infrastructure available today.
Business model innovation for IoT connectivity
WING delivers reliable, secure local connectivity with low latency and high bandwidth, supported by flexible pay-as-you-go business models. It is quick to set up and integrate with your existing systems yet offers flexible support to expand your business and grow your B2B revenue.
Globally distributed, cloud-native IoT infrastructure as-a-Service uses local breakouts for regulatory compliance.
Operators can offer 5G IoT services faster and cost-effectively while addressing demanding latency, security and throughput requirements.
Connectivity Management Platform for the real-time management of IoT devices and services anywhere in the world.
24x7x365 IoT command center with committed SLAs and consistent service experience.
Accelerate IoT revenues with off-the-shelf solutions
The Nokia one-stop-shop model includes a worldwide IoT infrastructure-as-a-service backed by ready-to-deploy vertical IoT solutions to accelerate operator revenue.
Secure, trusted global IoT connectivity for fast time to market and flexibility to scale in-line with business requirements.
Single point of contact for vertical partners to provide the best end-to-end customer experience.
Managed service minimizes operator IoT investment and risk.
Smart farming for a sustainable future
The agriculture industry today is facing many challenges that require immediate actions. Climate change, for instance, is predicted to decrease agricultural production by up to 18% by 2050 while population growth is increasing the demand for food. Nokia’s connected agriculture package offers affordable subscription-based access to regional climate and pest data for farmers to mitigate risks.
Precision livestock management for healthier herds and profits
The exponential growth of the world population means significant increase on food requirements. At the same time, there is a pressure on the new solutions to minimize the environmental footprint and respect animal welfare and health. Nokia’s intelligent livestock management package enables farmers to increase production, enhance quality while providing tailored care for animals and simplify farming operations.
Asset tracking and smart logistics lift operational efficiency
Businesses today are under increasing pressure to grow their market share and revenues while providing new and innovative solutions and services to their customers. This drives them to constantly look for new ways of maximizing efficiencies and leverage automation while minimizing costs. Nokia’s asset tracking solution gives visibility of any assets, where they are and how they are operating and helps optimizing businesses with enhanced assets utilization.
How do you create global IoT connectivity for any use case?
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers exciting ways to boost industrial productivity and cut costs. It’s also an opportunity for operators to grow revenues by providing reliable, seamless IoT connectivity for multiple use cases anywhere in the world.
With Nokia WING (Worldwide IoT Network Grid), operators enjoy business model innovation that offers their industrial customers IoT connectivity with assured service levels. The WING IoT network delivers secure local connectivity with low latency and high bandwidth, without the complexities digital industries conventionally face establishing multiple operator agreements in many markets.
From agriculture to manufacturing, logistics to utilities, WING supports hundreds of use cases today.
What’s the simplest way to connect vast numbers of utility meters?
Smart meter deployment is accelerating, helping to better manage the world’s limited resources. Yet utilities are often hampered by the complexities of installing and managing low cost, secure IoT connectivity at immense scale.
The Nokia WING global IoT network simplifies IoT connectivity for utilities. With a single operator contract, a utility can support all its use cases, such as smart grids, renewable energy management, asset maintenance, leakage control and many more.
How can you easily support all your connected car applications?
In-car infotainment, vehicle monitoring, assisted and even autonomous driving automotive use cases depend on IoT connectivity. Conventionally that entails car makers setting up and managing a myriad of roaming service agreements with multiple operators. It’s complex.
Nokia WING offers an easier way. With one straightforward operator agreement, vehicle makers gain access to the WING global IoT network for assured, high-performance connectivity for all their connected car services.
Is there an easier way to bring smart agriculture to all farmers?
Smart agriculture is poised to boost farm productivity with innovative applications for soil monitoring, pest control, livestock management and more. How can farmers, especially the hundreds of thousands with small holdings, access the necessary IoT connectivity?
The answer is Nokia’s WING IoT network. With a simple subscription, individual farmers can use applications to help increase yields, while larger organizations can deploy wide area IoT quickly, without major capital investment.
Why waste time building IoT networks for your manufacturing and logistics?
From factory to delivery to after sales support, IoT empowers manufacturers to provide superior products and services. The issue is how to set up reliable, global IoT connectivity for warehouse management, inventory tracing, remote condition monitoring and other use cases?
The solution is Nokia WING, a new type of global IoT network that’s ready today to provide manufacturers with a dependable service that connects products no matter where they are shipped to.
Need to lift port productivity? The efficient way to connect countless sensors
IoT connectivity can help ports manage their complex operations through cargo tracking, crane monitoring, automated settlement and many other ways. The key is to reliably connect numerous data-gathering devices, which can be a headache for ports to achieve quickly and cost-effectively.
Nokia’s WING IoT network is the quick, all-in-one way to support the monitoring and management of port operations in real time. With just one operator contract, a port can support all its IoT connectivity needs across all its sites.
Where can you find one managed way to connect many consumer devices?
Soaring demand is pressuring consumer electronics makers to find the most effective ways to connect their products. Simply integrating a SIM during manufacture will not guarantee the IoT connectivity performance and security consumers want. A new type of IoT connectivity is needed.
Nokia WING is a global IoT network that offers high performance, extreme efficiency and low operational costs. WING allows manufacturers and their customers to benefit from diverse uses including healthcare monitoring, smart home control, product upgrades and more.
Learn more about Nokia WING
- Four reasons a cloud native IoT Network-as-a-Service will grow enterprise business
- Modernizing port operations with the power of connectivity
- The case for “as-a-service”: Scale faster with less risk
- Drive your car safely on the edge…literally
- Peaches and IoT: How smart agriculture can transform our world?
- Think global, act local – the power of ’glocalization’ in business
- Rediscovering the “I” in IoT