Enterprise Private LTE
Including business demands, vertical markets, a CBRS primer, and solution architecture overview.
Private LTE networks can be deployed using the same basic system architecture that is used for the public LTE networks. However, over the last few years, companies such as SpiderCloud Wireless have dramatically reduced the cost and complexity of building high-capacity LTE radio access networks inside buildings and campuses, making the price per sq. ft. of deploying LTE comparable to Wi-Fi. Other companies have reduced the cost of LTE core network equipment. Many companies are building low-cost LTE modules that can be easily integrated into machines.
This paper begins by explaining the benefits of LTE to enterprises, followed by examples of how it can be used in several large industries, from healthcare to manufacturing and transportation hubs. It provides a primer on CBRS spectrum rules, and then explains how an enterprise can build a private LTE network, provision client devices, and create new services. Finally, it provides a short overview of SpiderCloud’s solution for private LTE networks.
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