Private networks: what are the lessons so far and what next?

Private networks is an umbrella term that can includes different LAN (or WAN) connectivity options such as Wi-Fi and LPWAN. Unlike public networks, private networks are not available to the public through commercially available devices and SIM cards. Moreover, agreements with public networks to enable roaming can be activated to support certain service continuity outside the private network boundaries. While the technology and market are still developing, several terms are being used interchangeably to describe 3GPP private networks such dedicated networks, standalone networks, campus networks, local networks, vertical mobile network and non-public networks (NPN) as defined by the 3GPP. New players can be divided into the following categories:Possible private networks service providersThe private networks market is rapidly developingBusinesses across a range of sectors are exploring the benefits of private networks in supporting their connected operations.

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