LAST UPDATE: 2020/06/30


An enterprise’s ability to analyse, capture and use data securely and reliably from multiple devices across their business determine their productivity, innovation and profitability. At present, companies still tend to rely on fixed Ethernet networks for connectivity, supported by Wi-Fi for wireless access. Wi-Fi will remain an essential communications technology for enterprises. However, Wi-Fi legacy limitations come under greater scrutiny as data becomes a critical asset and enterprises become more dependent on automation and IoT. In response to this shift, more and more companies are evaluating unlicensed private LTE.

This whitepaper examines the role of private LTE in supporting secure, cost-effective digital transformation and how it can complement Wi-Fi as enterprises evolve toward 5G.

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