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The interest in private networks skyrockets

Enterprises who have historically relied upon Wi-Fi connections or public cellular spectrum can now take full control over their systems and optimise their network. With more and more industries looking at the potential value of private cellular, some innovative international companies are disrupting the dominance of the traditional players within the ecosystem.

These include Edzcom, Finland, a Cellnex company; Ambra Solutions, Canada; Challenge networks an Australian provide full turnkey solutions with partners Nokia and Cisco; Anterix a US based operator; Tampnet; Vilicom an Irish company; Zeetta Networks a spin-out company from the University of Bristol; Celona is an innovative start-up founded by former Aruba and Qualcomm veterans; FreedomFi currently live in around 50 locations with 7 different companies; Athonet; and Casa Systems.

In India too, Infosys, Capgemini, GMR, Larsen & Toubro, Tata Communications, Tata Power and Tejas Networks are among more than 20 companies that have applied for direct allocation of 5G spectrum to set up private communication networks.

CT Bureau

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