Private wireless networks are non-public networks that use LTE or 5G technology and run on either licensed or unlicensed spectrum. These networks are typically built to provide connectivity for enterprises, factories, campuses, warehouses, hospitals or financial institutions. Lots of companies are competing for the private wireless networking opportunity including traditional infrastructure companies like Nokia and Ericsson, wireless operators like Verizon, AT&T and Dish Network, hyperscalers such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure and startups such as Celona and Artemis. But companies that succeed in this area need to present more than a portfolio of products. This panel will focus on how private wireless players need to sell it to potential customers and make money from it. Is it a one-time deployment or a managed service?
3:55 pm - 4:40 pm
Location: Meeting Room R02