The state of play in the private 5G market

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Pablo Tomasi, Principal Analyst, Omdia and Rob McManus, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

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Lower latency and higher speeds beyond that of public networks are necessary to open upnew private 5G opportunities for enterprises and facilities such as manufacturing plants,ports, and campuses. Additional privacy and security for the delivery of mission and business-critical functions are mandatory, with automation vital for the efficient deployment andoperations of private 5G networks.A unified, open source, cloud-native platform that provides low latency connectivity alongwith computing applications can help deploy private 5G networks. Automation and zero-touch provisioning will streamline private 5G network operations and reduce costs. The widerecosystem will give access to the latest innovations, and when used with pre-integratedreference architectures make it easier to roll-out private 5G networks. Speakers: Pablo Tomasi Principal Analyst, Private Networks And Enterprise 5G Omdia Rob McManus Principal Product Marketing Manager Red Hat
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