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Telecom Mini MBA

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While it’s been on the telecom drawing board for some time, this could be the year that private 5G goes mainstream.

Private 5G is telecom’s wireless network technology that delivers cellular connectivity for private network use cases, such as private businesses, third-party providers and municipalities.

Private 5G is an alternative to Wi-Fi, along with other wireless options, like public Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and public 5G.

Numerous telecommunications companies have already made significant investments in the necessary infrastructure with 5G SA networks live in South Korea, Japan, and many more countries.

With 5G ecosystems, users will take advantage of increased speed, reliability, and consistency. For businesses, with its ultra-low latency, Due to its ultra-low latency capability, Private 5G will enable businesses with several high-value use cases, including 3D robot control, digital twins, medical remote control, and more.

These next-gen use cases were practically unachievable with legacy network technologies, thus opening a high-revenue generating market for telcos.

5G networks are expanding, and more importantly, many devices in the market now support 5G. And with the evolution of industry 4.0, Private 5G will help enterprises connect hundreds of IoT/IIoT devices, boosting operational efficiency and productivity and enabling the development of mission-critical applications in almost all industries.

Telecoms are also working with its partners on multiple private 5G projects for hospitals, universities, semiconductor factories, and more.

In the past, private organizations typically couldn’t build their own cellular networks for private use because the costs for licensing and purchasing carrier-grade equipment were too high. This changed when the Federal Communications Commission introduced Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) in 2015. CBRS is a 150 megahertz band of spectrum that operates in the 3,550 MHz to 3,700 MHz range.

CBRS uses a three-tier priority concept with the following licenses:

Incumbent Access installations reserved for government and fixed satellite installations
Priority Access for purchased and reserved channel access
General Authorized Access tier, which is unlicensed and free to use where available

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Telecom Mini MBA, a 5-day program designed for senior managers, middle managers, mid-level telecommunications managers acquiring in-depth knowledge in all aspects of the global telecommunications business, technology, leadership and management.

The Telecom Mini MBA is designed for experienced or high potential managers who are seeking a stronger foundation in current business theory and practice, or managers who have experience in one area and want exposure to other areas to qualify for positions of increased responsibility.

Tonex also offers several more Mini-MBA programs:

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Mini-MBA in Business Management for Military and Veterans

Blockchain Mini MBA

Green Energy Mini MBA

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