Verizon announced that Verizon Business On Site 5G is launching. On Site 5G is a private 5G network for enterprise and public sector. This will be perfect for companies that need to have instant access to 5G networks because less congestion will be on the private networks.
The new On Site 5G will also make it easier for companies to supply 5G signal in offices or warehouses that struggle connecting to public 5G. One of the coolest things about this is that each private network will be custom-designed and managed by Verizon.
The private networks will be specifically tailored to the needs of each business. This is much better than a cookie-cutter approach. In addition, the flavor of 5G will be Verizon’s Ultra Wideband. This means companies will have access to the fastest speeds.
Verizon Business On Site 5G will give customers a safe and secure private network
The way these private networks work is by combining 5G Ultra Wideband small cells with LTE packet core. In addition, the radios of On Site LTE will allow customers who already have On Site LTE to easily upgrade to On Site 5G easily. The transition will be simple which is good for any business. They do not have to worry about going through a long process to switch over.
The traffic utilizing the On Site 5G will stay strictly on-premises. However, there will the ability for remote access. Only authorized users can remotely access the On Site 5G. This will help to keep the On Site 5G network safe and secure. This means companies will not have to worry about any sensitive data leaks.
Now, this isn’t the first time Verizon has delved into custom 5G solutions. The company has built custom solutions due to exploratory work with Corning Incorporated, Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar, Mcity at the University of Michigan, WeWork, and others.
Verizon’s network is and has been the best for a long time now. Now, thanks to On Site 5G companies can take advantage of the company’s amazing network without having to sacrifice security. If any company can pull this off it is definitely Verizon.