What is it?
Private 5G and LTE is recognized as one of the enabling technologies of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). While early implementations have employed licensed assisted access (LAA) or priority reservations within the citizens band radio service (CBRS) spectrum, 3GPP Rel.16 has defined standalone unlicensed new radio (NR-U) access options, as frequencies open up across the globe.
How do we help?
Metaswitch 5G core network functions are ideally suited for private enterprise 5G and LTE implementations. They are incredibly lightweight and built entirely cloud native, requiring less compute resources than alternatives. The user plane function features our exclusive powerful packet processing engine, enabling high traffic throughputs on constrained multi-access edge resources.
When to contact us.
Are you a managed service provider (MSP) working with enterprises building infrastructure for everything from mines to AI-enabled factories; shipping ports to massive warehouses? You can now deliver a radio access network leveraging the latest 5G technologies over lightly license or unlicensed spectrum supporting high density and secure endpoints. We provide the core user and control plane functions you'll need.
Private 5G & LTE Solution Overview
Industry 4.0 is transforming every vertical with smart and connected autonomous systems powered by massive distributed computing. Learn more in our P-5G/P-LTE solution overview.
Fusion Core Product Brochure
Architected specifically for hybrid cloud implementations, Metaswitch Fusion Core delivers the most advanced 5G control and user plane functions for deploying private LTE and 5G.
Private LTE and 5G Applications
We provide the compute services and networking infrastructure required for systems integrators focused on emerging AgriTech.
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Future battlespace scenarios will demand the rapid processing of information by sophisticated AI and ML algorithms.
UK Shared Access
Underutilized 18 MHz, 2.3 GHz, 3.8-4.2 GHz and 26 GHz bands in the UK have been designated by Ofcom as shared access spectrum.