According to Analysys Mason the number of private 5G networks worldwide will grow from over 4000 in 2022 to over 60 000 in 2028. There is a growing need for higher bandwidth for applications and use cases such as AR/VR, AI and increased security threats.
However, enterprises still need convincing regarding the necessity of 5G and how to seamlessly integrate it into their business model, strategy, and existing legacy systems. Yet, proof of concept has primarily been in the industrial sector. So is there a business case for private 5G for other verticals? What can artificial intelligence enable in the network and what use cases will it solve? How can enterprises leverage multi-access edge computing and cloud to maximize use cases efficiency?
At this year's one day virtual forum, experts and enterprises will discuss the pillars for a successful digital transformation and critical barriers for private 5G adoption. Delegates will delve into 5G private networks, examining their architectures, capabilities, emerging technologies and will explore the solutions to create a plan that aligns with their company's strategy.
Previous Event Speakers
Deputy Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Michael Lee Sherwood
Chief Innovation and Technology Officer
City of Las Vegas
Utku Barış Pazar
Chief Strategy and Digital Officer
Some of the topics that the full-day virtual event agenda will cover include:
◦ What does a strong business case for private 5G look like?
◦ Emerging private 5G new use cases for “carpeted industries”
◦ The booming case of neutral hosts
◦ Spectrum allocation and harmonization- CBRS, new bands, new use cases
◦ How to ensure the quality and reliability of a hybrid private network with 5G
◦ Scaling a private network
◦ Security contingencies and solutions
◦ Maximizing the benefits of cloud and edge
◦ Automating and orchestrating a complex network
◦ How are AI and quantum computing impacting enterprise network systems?
◦ Real Time SLA management
Test & Measurement Providers
Hardware and Software Providers
“The Private Networks Forum was a well-assembled, well-curated event from Arden Media. The event did a great job at showcasing the widening range of topics that are now within the realm of Private Networks.”