The Where, What and How of Private Cellular Networks

The global market for 5G-based private networks is projected to reach $13.92B by 2028, representing an eight-year CAGR of 40.9%.1

In today's connected economy, private wireless networks are increasingly playing a critical role in organizations such as manufacturing, logistics, transport venues, and utilities for business-critical communications. As private wireless networks become more important, many organizations have begun using cellular technologies, like LTE and 5G, rather than other networking technologies for these networks.

But what are the benefits of doing so and when does it make sense to deploy a private network?

Hear Sierra Wireless and Anterix discuss:

  • How private LTE and 5G networks work and why they have emerged as an option for business critical applications
  • The different types of private networks that could be used for critical infrastructure applications within the energy industry
  • What organizations need in order to deploy a private network
1Polaris Market Research. (2021). Private 5G Network Market Size Is Projected to Reach $13.92 Billion By 2028 | CAGR: 40.9%. Click here to see details.
Ann Sun, Sr Director, Product, Channels & NAM Field Marketing, Sierra Wireless
Ann Sun
Senior Director, Marketing,
Sierra Wireless
Dave Markland
David Markland
Senior Director, Product Line Management,
Sierra Wireless
Mar Tarres, VP of Products, Anterix
Mar Tarres
VP of Products,

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