Enterprises have been looking for improvements in wireless networks for years, and the need is becoming more urgent. A recent US study conducted across 302 companies by Nemertes Research revealed that 86% of companies have already deployed a private Wi-Fi network. A full 25% of companies with an existing Wi-Fi network have concrete plans to begin replacing their primary network during 2019. 41% of these (roughly 10% of the overall enterprise market) are favouring a move to 4G and OnGo (CBRS 3.5GHz band) during 2020.
So, we see that large numbers of companies are moving toward Private LTE.
What use cases are driving their investment?
Join Joe Madden from Mobile Experts as he gives his interpretation to the recent Nemertes Research end user market research titled ‘Private Wireless Networks – Understanding drivers, concerns and future plans’.
Accompanying Joe is the ip.access CTO Nick Johnson. Nick will be presenting the company's experience in deploying Private Mobile Networks across Europe and now the USA with OnGo.
Joining as guest speakers:
- Bryan Brooks from Pavlov Media
VP Carrier and Wholesale Services
- Jennifer Lyon from Contour Networks
Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing
“The top three drivers for users of wireless networks are security, reliability, and cost,” says Johna Till Johnson, CEO and founder of Nemertes Research.
“The need for greater security and reliability while containing costs is what’s motivating research participants to seek solutions beyond Wi-Fi.”
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