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Verizon advances Private Wireless Network offerings with private 5G platform from Nokia

13. 05. 2024 Monday / By: Robert Denes / Industrial / Exact time: BST / Print this page

V erizon, a leader in building and managing secure, reliable and high-performance private networks that meet the needs of businesses across industries, has completed the first phase of certification to list Nokia's Digital Automation Cloud (DAC). subsidized offers in private networks using Verizon's licensed spectrum. With the addition of Nokia DAC to its portfolio, it expands Verizon Business' hardware and software offerings for customers of the Verizon Business Private 5G Network offering. The Nokia DAC platform will also be used to improve indoor coverage for Verizon's consumer and enterprise customers.

Verizon Private 5G Networks are agile, on-premises wireless networking solutions that keep your organization's data traffic securely on-premises, isolated from public traffic. They provide enhanced connectivity across corporate campuses and workplaces and enable secure integration, management and control of devices and applications with customers' IT systems.

"Private wireless networks have become an integral part of the digital transformation of modern enterprises, and we are committed to developing new offerings and advancing the technology that enables private 5G networks to increase efficiency and profitability for our customers," said Praveen Atreya, company vice president. Technology and Design at Verizon.

Once fully certified and added to Verizon's commercial product portfolio, the Nokia DAC platform is also in production and will be available for testing in Verizon's innovation labs for Verizon's enterprise customers.

The Nokia DAC combines plug-and-play 4.9G/LTE and 5G industrial-grade network connectivity with on-site mission-critical industrial edge (MXIE) to provide data management and processing to support real-time applications of smart manufacturing and predictive maintenance. , remote operations and many other applications. These expanded capabilities will further drive the growth of private networks and support more robust use cases than previous CBRS (or unlicensed spectrum) generations were capable of.

David de Lancellotti, vice president of Nokia Enterprise Campus Edge Business, said: “After working successfully with Verizon for many years on dedicated and unlicensed spectrum (CBRS) implementations in Europe and the US, we are excited to extend our partnership to licensed spectrum. implementations in North America and will leverage our proprietary Nokia DAC wireless and digitization platform to accelerate 5G deployment and Industry 4.0 transformation. This is a strategic growth area for Nokia and finding a market partner like Verizon is critical to our success.”

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