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When Private LTE is Better than WiFi

Wi-Fi remains the most prevalent wireless technology in enterprise networks, but private LTE cellular technology can be the answer in specific use cases involving remote and mobile deployments and high-capacity needs including IoT. By Lee Doyle Network World | AUGUST...

Digital Transformation Requires New Wireless Infrastructure in the Enterprise

A Private LTE network is a local, dedicated wireless network that utilizes radio equipment to service facilities in the enterprise with specific business and IoT applications and services. Deploying Private LTE networks does not require the involvement of the public mobile operators –using CBRS allows enterprises to build and operate their own LTE network. • •Private LTE Networks will free IT teams from the restrictions of conventional connectivity technologies such as Ethernet, which is secure and reliable but costly and inflexible; and WiFi, which is low cost but also delivers lower reliability. • •By focusing on specific applications and services, the private LTE network can be tailored for more optimized performance such as low latency applications. And LTE provides a proven path to 5G networks as needed.

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