Title: Cutting the connectivity cord: building the business case for 5G private wireless networks

Time: On demand

Duration: 45 minutes

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There’s a 5G-inspired revolution taking place. The explosion of digital solutions, mobile devices and IoT endpoints are transforming industries and changing the face of communications. While fibre is fast, it isn’t very flexible. And despite WIFI working for some static use cases, it’s prone to problems and costly to scale.

Dedicated 5G private wireless networks are different. Built for mobility and always-on operation, these ultra-secure, robust networks are opening up a host of real-time data opportunities.

Join Cellnex and Nokia as we explore Cutting the Connectivity Cord, the business case for wireless 5G private wireless networks.

Topics Covered
  • An introduction to 4G & 5G private wireless networks

  • The industry 4.0 and digital trends driving rapid adoption

  • Business benefits and use cases in manufacturing, heavy industries and education

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Martin Green
Head of Business Development
Cellnex UK

Martin Green has 25 years’ experience in process and industrial automation, working internationally in the chemical, energy and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining Cellnex, Martin held senior positions at Emerson, Control Techniques and Brush Industrial Controls, gaining valuable insights working with some of the world’s best known industrial organisations. Martin is a long-standing member and contributor at the InstMC and regularly participates in speaking engagements.

Catherine Gull
Head of Sales
Cellnex UK

Catherine has held senior positions in the telecoms and technology in the USA, UK and Europe for the past 20 years. Over the last eight years Catherine has worked on Private Mobile Networks projects ranging from manufacturing to ports and airports. In addition to bringing the best of 5G innovation to industry and the public sector, Catherine’s work on the board of the Kay Mason Foundation, which funds high school scholarships for impoverished children in South Africa, has given her a renewed passion for using 5G to help to bridge the digital divide that exists in the UK today.

Simon Parry
Nokia Enterprise UK

Simon Parry has worked in the telecoms industry for over twenty years. He has twenty-something patents from his time as a researcher and developer at Nortel, and later Ciena. His passion is in all the bits of the network you can’t see and don’t think about. Recently he joined Nokia to be the CTO of their Enterprise group in the UK and Ireland.

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