Nokia and Antofagasta Minerals deploy private wireless network

Nokia has deployed a private wireless network with Antofagasta Minerals for Minera Centinela, to support operations at its copper mine in Chile. The network will allow the mining group to accelerate its digital transformation.
Nokia AirScale
Nokia said the network, already in operation after being deployed in a record four months for Minera Centinela, will initially connect a fleet of autonomous trucks. It will support a wide array of operations as part of a five-year digitalization plan.

Nokia has designed and deployed the private 4.9G/LTE solution, including Nokia AirScale radio equipment, mobile packet core, IP/MPLS service aggregation routers, and Wavence microwave transmission.

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