Next-generation connectivity is making the impossible ordinary for enterprises across diverse vertical industries. Equipped with a scalable, controllable networking solution, enterprises can drive unprecedented innovation and better power their mission critical outcomes to realize improvements in safety, productivity and efficiency. But what are the features of this newfound connectivity foundation, and what will be required of enterprises to deploy such a solution? Avanade’s Jason Swanson, Managing Director of Managed Services, and Expeto’s Andrew Visser, Director of Business Development, answer these questions and more in the Fierce Wireless E5G Show session “Enabling Mission-critical Outcomes with Private Mobile Networks.” The session, which is now available to watch on-demand, explores the mobile networking challenges facing enterprises today, including:
- Lack of real-time mobile networking control
- Limited integration into enterprise IT systems
- Inability to support “Any-G” devices
- Complex and unscalable device/data management user interfaces
These challenges often arise when enterprises pursue digital transformation, creating roadblocks that prevent application deployment and hinder mission critical operations. However, by focusing on the specific use case and/or business requirements of the enterprise, Avanade and Expeto have created an innovative approach to enterprise mobile networking that is specifically tied to fostering the unique outcomes of enterprises across industries.
“We’re looking at the apps and how we unlock the data and the use cases for people. And it’s done by bringing what has been historically public mobile cellular into IT, and being able to manage it like we manage cloud today.” – Jason Swanson, Managing Director of Managed Services, Avanade
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