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The Inevitable Explosion of Enterprise 5G Networks

The Inevitable Explosion of Enterprise 5G Networks

Today, technological innovations are rapidly reshaping the landscape of a variety of industries, and none more so than the introduction of 5G. While 5G networks began rolling out in the United States and around the world in 2018, the technology is now expected to fuel transformative new technologies, not just for consumers but also for businesses, infrastructure, and defense applications. The rapid spread and adoption throughout the country has already led to the advent of private 5G networks.

JpU To Exhibit and Speak at the 5G Enterprise Conference

JpU To Exhibit and Speak at the 5G Enterprise Conference

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 Broad Potential of CBRS and Enterprise 5G in Supporting Industrial Innovation in Distributed Environments

The Broad Potential of CBRS and Enterprise 5G in Supporting Industrial Innovation in Distributed Environments

While the debate continues regarding the various network protocols and approaches in the context of supporting industrial applications and infrastructure, there is no debate about the potential for 5G and the opening of CBRS bands in the United States to replace complex, expensive, and risky networking wit solutions that inherently are simpler, and deliver higher speeds and optimization software that leads to greater network transparency and control.

The Role of Ultra-Fast Broadband in the American Economic Recovery

The Role of Ultra-Fast Broadband in the American Economic Recovery

With many rural areas within the U.S lacking access to consistent, high-speed broadband, for decades, the private and public sectors have been struggling to find the means to supply Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and wireless connectivity for users and businesses in less populated areas.