Intel Delivers on Private Networks Today
Between 2020 and 2025, experts predict enterprise private network investment to be evenly spread across ports/hubs/airports, warehouses/factories, and greenfield opportunities, such as campuses and entertainment venues.1 As demand grows, Intel enables enterprises to deploy private networks that unlock new use cases and capitalize on 5G and edge computing to advance business by bringing:
Compute and Cloud Economics
Commercial and Open-source Software
Market-ready Solutions from a Rich Ecosystem
A partnership formed in the 5G Open Innovation Lab between Blue White Robotics, Federated Wireless, and Intel developed an approach to achieving agricultural automation through a private wireless network over CBRS. This approach enables real-time analytics and data visibility in farming and operates farm equipment autonomously with adaptive robotics.
Learn how Intel, Dell, and an aviation company partnered on the deployment of a transformational edge-to-cloud solution for a 42-acre industrial site.
Discover how a near-real-time supply chain visibility system deploys Intel® edge-to-cloud technologies and ruggedized IoT sensors to monitor perishable food from farm to retailer.
The Intel® SoC-based EXOR multiprotocol IoT gateway accelerates transformation to smart Industry 4.0. Read about how the EXOR Gateway is being employed to monitor and control the state of machines in production lines.
Explore how Mavenir, an Intel® Network Builders ecosystem member, is stepping up with private 5G technology for enterprises.
Service provider network architects and engineers are under intense pressure to transform their networks to meet the challenges presented by an ever-changing telecommunications business environment.
Product and Performance Information
“Private 5G Networks: Enterprise Untethered,” Deloitte, Dec. 9, 2019.