In conjunction with our partner Converge! Network Digest, AvidThink is pleased to announce our ninth site in the Next-Generation Infrastructure series: the 2021 Private Mobile Networks Resource Site.
The Next-Gen Private Mobile Networks Site and Report provides technology readers with perspectives and insights from industry leaders and innovators like Aarna Networks, Accedian, Aruba, an HPE Company, Celona, EdgeQ, Fortinet, The Linux Foundation, and Qualcomm as well as connectivity providers including Boingo and Orange Business Services. We’ll be rotating in new content periodically from thought leaders, as well as our sponsors and partners, so keep your eye on the site as we bring you the latest insights into private mobile networks.
The advent of 5G, accompanied by ongoing buzz and hype from carriers and other vendors in the ecosystem, has piqued enterprise interest in using 5G (and 4G LTE) technology for private networks. Major public mobile vendors are facing competition from other established firms in vying for the private mobile market along with other aggressive start-ups and mid-sized players that have been featured more prominently as of late. Hyperscalers are touting their integration with private mobile networks and hoping to provide enterprises with integrated solutions while mobile network operators and global system integrators are leveraging their assets in spectrum and experience and offering managed private mobile network services.
Given the frenzied level of activity, we hope to provide our enterprise and service provider readers with a snapshot of the state of the private mobile networks market and help sift out what’s real and what’s hype. The aim of the Private Mobile Networks Report is to help our readers make informed decisions that lead to better business outcomes.
Download the report to learn more about the emerging private mobile networks ecosystem, the opportunities and complexities in deploying private mobile networks, and the expectations into 2022.
Our new report covers the following aspects of private mobile networks:
- The Private Mobile Network Opportunity – An Introduction
- Enterprise IT Trends Behind Private Mobile Networks
- Defining the Private Mobile Network
- The Size of the Private Mobile Network Opportunity
- Private Mobile Networks = Non-Public Networks (NPN)
- CBRS, Shared License, and Unlicensed Spectrum
- Complementary Technologies — WiFi and 4G/5G
- Industries Benefiting from Private Mobile Networks
- The Private Mobile Networks Ecosystem
- Extending from Public to Private
- Open Source Ecosystem for Private Mobile Networks
- Aether and SD-RAN
- FlexRAN and OpenNESS
- Other Projects
- Reality of Private Mobile Network Deployments Today
- Deployment Complexities
- Security Concerns
- Device Compatibility
- Expertise and Skill Gaps
- SLAs and Assurance
- Evolving Business Models
- Expectations for 2021 and 2022
We would like to thank all the organizations for agreeing to speak with us about their private mobile networks technologies and our sponsors.
If you would like to learn more about how to participate in our upcoming resource sites on service assurance, Open RAN, and/or network automation contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, we invite you to download our latest report on private mobile networks from the site and learn about our views on the market.