Yaming Wang, Supermicro; Michael Clegg, Supermicro; Yasser Khan, MicroAI; Venkata Movva, HTC
About this talk
Private cellular networks are an opportunity for a wide range of enterprises to implement digital transformation initiatives, such as Industry 4.0, that can greatly improve operational efficiencies and responsiveness to market trends. Private cellular networks are based on 4G LTE and 5G New Radio (NR), the exact same technologies being used by mobile network operators (MNOs) around the world.
But designing and building a private network is not the end of the story for the enterprise. Once deployed, the private network will grow and adapt as the enterprise’s needs change. For example, an airport may install a private network as a dedicated wireless network to facilitate communications via video kiosks between passengers at the airport and remote support staff. That video communications platform will likely grow over time as more kiosks are needed, usage increases and new functionality is added. Thus, the initial private network solution must be able to grow and scale as needs change over a number of years.
In this roundtable, Supermicro and iGR will discuss:
- How demand for private cellular networks is growing around the world
- How a private network is deployed in the enterprise
- How the private network is future-proofed as the enterprise's needs change to ensure durability, reliability and continued ROI
- The lifecycle of the private cellular network
- How Supermicro's solutions with Intel® technology support the initial deployment and growth of the private cellular network through the entire lifecycle.