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Note, this article is taken from a longer editorial report on private 5G enterprise NOCs; to access the report, click here, or on the image below. For the attendant webinar …

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If the main event – the big report from which this article is taken – makes the case for operator-led management of private industrial 5G networks, with a primary investigation …

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Massachusetts-based telecoms infrastructure provider Communication Technology Services (CTS) is working with core network provider Druid Software to bundle the Irish firm’s Raemis platform into its private LTE/5G offer in the …

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The importance of ‘vertical’ domain expertise, obtainable through partnership with industry-specific system integrators, has been a feature of the developing go-to-market strategies of private LTE and 5G players in recent …

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Ireland-based core network vendor Druid Software has announced a go-to-market deal on private 5G with system integrator Siticom. The Germany-based firm has an agreement with US-based Airspan Networks on 5G …

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Canada based performance analytics software company Accedian has joined the UK government’s 5G-ENCODE project, billed as the UK’s largest trial of industrial 5G. Accedian will introduce performance monitoring and assurance …

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“It will take time, but this provision of untethered enterprise value will eclipse the standard consumer telecoms market.” So says Mark Bole, chief executive at core networking provider Quortus. It …

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Some quick (perhaps not fully-formed) thoughts on the supply and management of private 5G networks for industry. These come from a series of conversations for an upcoming report (and webinar) …

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Private cellular network vendor Druid Software has announced new distribution deals for its private LTE core networking solution in the US with Nebraska-based network engineering firm Pierson Wireless and Ohio-based …

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The Covid 19 pandemic has helped accelerate private cellular network adoption, and will continue to do so in 2021. But it has also highlighted a new digital divide (which is …

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