I recently got the privilege of hosting one live-stream event, second in this exciting series, with the fantastic team at Cyient.
#CXOCyience – #DesigningAConnectedTomorrow – Livestream #2
Designing Networks of Tomorrow – NextGen Networks Transforms Enterprise Business
This discussion on enterprise business transformation is a talk you can’t afford to miss! During this Livestream, I found this opportunity to talk with two executives & experts, Ray Achemedei and Aashu Virmani. They shared their unique viewpoints on personal networks occurring across enterprises and how 5G and other arising technologies play a role.
A little to know about the featured guests for this conversation:
+ Ray Archimedes: General Manager, Technology & Digital Transformation, at Horizon Power
+ Aashu Virmani: Vice President & Client Partner, Communications at Cyient
The list of the topics for this event comprises:
+ What is 5G, and how it is suitable for enterprise transformation
+ Different architectures enterprises can feel when executing private networks
+ Traditional mechanisms of feasibility survey and LiDAR based surveys and virtual walkouts
+ Enterprise use cases enhanced and made attainable by 5g private network
The advent of Next Generation Networks, a converged private network across enterprises built on top of 5g enterprise private network, allows new business opportunities on many fronts, making innovative business models possible as new use cases arise for Consumers and Enterprises.
We see more and more opportunities for organisations to transform themselves into Enterprise Business Models by integrating Next Generation Networks and converged networks, adopting new operating models, and using the technologies behind Next Generation Networks and converged networks.
As private networks are implemented, enterprises can now consider a wide range of architectures, and a number previously thought of as the sole province of telcos and carriers are now available to enterprise customers over the spectrum ( pun intended ).
The goal is now to build it right and ‘intelligently’ for the very first time so that operation & management becomes valuable and perfect.
Organizations must find the best possible Partner of Choice to support them if they desire to achieve such transformative outcomes. It is not a generally core business for most organizations to operate, implement, or manage Next Generation Networks.
Market Update “mini-keynote”:
To initiate this “hour of power” well, Aashu Virmani from Cyient, shared a “mini-keynote” style Market Update. The update is all about Enterprise Business Transformation and Next Generation Networks along with the fresh news and insights from the company.
Vital topics from the Panel section:
+ Topic #1:
At the very first, we discussed what 5G is, 5g enterprise private network and how it benefits enterprise transformation. Experts speak about industry 4.0 being enabled by 5G; what are some of the key abilities 5G private network offers, which make it appealing for Enterprises.
+ Topic #2:
Private networks can be implemented using various Next Generation Network architectures with a variety of design patterns that can be deployed in this space – for example:
- Completely Air Gapped private networks.
- Private locally hubbed Networks with the least external connectivity ( Mobile Edge Compute ).
- CSP network’s densified versions for industrial use cases
+ Topic #3:
Are there any use case or ROI opportunities in the Utilities, Port & Rail, and Energy market segments that organizations should look for when addressing Next Generation Networks and Business Operations Transformation?
Check out the video and do not miss this riveting discussion I had on Enterprise Business Transformation through Next-Generation Networks with Ray and Aashu.
The video was created in collaboration with Cyient.
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