Our Private Mobile Networks highlight reel includes key insights from the industry's thought leaders including John Smee, Vice President, Engineering at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.; Özer Dondurmacıoğlu, VP of Marketing at Celona; Amar Kapadia, Founder and CEO at Aarna Networks; Gayle Levin, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company; Derek Peterson, CTO of Boingo; and Vinay Ravuri, CEO and Founder of EdgeQ.
2021 Private Mobile Networks Report
“Private mobile networks can provide significant value by bringing a high-performance, secure, scalable, and flexible connectivity option to enterprise locations — both indoors and outdoors.”
– 2021 Private Mobile Networks Report
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Wi-Fi 6 vs. CBRS? Competing or Complementary?
Digital Transformation is driving the deployment of a new class of Private Mobile Networks. But which technology should enterprises choose? Wi-Fi 6 or private 5G based on CBRS? In this video, Derek Peterson, CTO of Boingo, offers his perspective.
Digital Transformation will Drive Private Mobile Networks
Digital transformation is the key driver for building a private mobile network, says Niels Helkov, Vice President, Digital Solutions (IoT & Cloud), Americas, Orange Business Services. As new applications emerge, enterprises must answer the question “do I have the right network in place to meet my business objectives?”
5G Release 16 accelerates Private Mobile Use Cases
5G Release 16 builds and expands on the foundation set by Release 15. In this video, John Smee, Vice President, Engineering of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., discusses the new features of release 16 to further improve device performance and coverage as well as the additional capabilities Release 16 provides for private mobile use cases.
End-to-end Open Software for Private Mobile Networks
Private mobile networks are now possible thanks to underlying technologies, standards, and open source projects that allow you to create your own private LTE or 5G network. In this video, Arpit Joshipura, GM, Networking, Edge & IoT, The Linux Foundation, discusses two developments that support private mobile network use cases: Akraino and the newly announced Magma project.
It’s a Team’s Sport: Private Cellular in the Enterprise
IT professionals, operational technology leader and enterprise innovation teams each have different requirements that can benefit from Private Mobile Networks. In this video, Özer Dondurmacıoğlu, VP of Marketing at Celona, shares practical lessons learned from his enterprise customers and key business drivers.
Private 5G requires Lightweight Management and Orchestration
Private 5G networks, like public 5G networks, are completely software driven, but there are many key differences in regards to the management and orchestration of each network. In this video, Amar Kapadia, Founder and CEO at Aarna Networks, looks at five key differences between private and public 5G networks.
Wi-Fi 6 Extended is a boon for Enterprise WLANs
The increase in devices, streaming, and cloud use is impacting network performance and capacity. Private Mobile Networks is viewed as a complement to today’s Wi-Fi networks. In this video, Gayle Levin, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Aruba Networks, talks about the adoption of a new standard called Wi-Fi 6E that will improve efficiency and speed.
Security Considerations for Private Mobile Networks
When rolling out a Private LTE, Private 5G, or any network, there are considerations to be mindful of in regards to security. In this video, Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, VP, Global Field CISO Team at Fortinet, details security considerations for private mobile networks including cross-platform visibility and behavior analysis.
New Silicon and Open Software Driving a New Ecosystem
There’s a plethora of interest in the 5G space from operators to enterprises and cloud service providers. In this video, Vinay Ravuri, CEO and Founder of EdgeQ, talks about how box makers are transforming with the emerging 5G market and how open software is driving a new set of markets.