JpU To Exhibit and Speak at the 5G Enterprise Conference
Company to demonstrate the JpU Hypercore Enterprise 5G federated wireless solution and share breakthrough case studies
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL; SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, U.S.; November 8, 2021 – JpU, developer of a revolutionary enterprise cellular 4G/5G platform, today announced will be demonstrating their full offering, including their HyperCore Platform, which empowers Enterprises, Service Providers, System Integrators and OEMs to build Enterprise 5G Private Networks quickly, predictably, and cost-efficiently, at the Enterprise 5G conference November 16 – 18 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
The event, being presented by The 2030 Project, in partnership with SmartGigMedia and iGR, is bringing together leaders in the 5G wireless world as the premier Private 4G/5G conference & expo series for enterprises, universities, schools, and smart cities.
Additionally, Roy Timor-Rousso, Chief Revenue Officer, JpU, will be presenting alongside Alon Ashcer, US General Manager and Business Development, Blue White Robotics, on “Remote Autonomous Farming: A Case Study of Private Networks in Agri Business.”
In a session moderated by Tim Downs, SmartGig Media, Timor-Rousso, and Ascher will discuss their autonomous farm solutions at work today in California’s Central Valley with benefits including unmatched levels of safety, autonomous navigational reliability, farming productivity, and food resilience.
JpU will be demonstrating and meeting in Booth #202.
JpU develops enterprise LTE/5G solutions. Established in 2016, the company is based in Israel, with R&D centers in Israel and India and business offices in the U.S. With deep knowledge of telecom and enterprise solutions and experience in building networks & business applications for dozens of enterprises and mobile operators, JpU has a growing partner ecosystem with leading system integrators, service providers and equipment manufacturers focused on delivering end-to-end, wireless communications solutions to enterprises. JpU’s IT-friendly solutions feature guaranteed latency and quality of experience, optimizing public and private clouds to deliver fully secure and economically efficient services designed to support enterprise digital transformation. Learn more at jpu.io.
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