Smart Solutions In 5G
Private Campus Networks
The term "campus network" refers to a local geographical network which is adapted to special requirements such as industrial communications. A campus network is open to different technologies and can for example be realized using Wi-Fi or mobile radio.
Thanks to 5G technology and the use of dedicated frequencies the highest quality of service requirements can be achieved. Business-critical applications with remote access which control the production systems, e. g. in industrial automation and smart grid, as well as the control of autonomous vehicles require significantly higher reliability of communication services, much lower latency times and permanent availability. This makes 5G campus networks suitable for applications in various industrial sectors.
High security - not accessible from outside
Exclusivity and full capacity
High Reliability - low latency
Fast data exchange
Individually adaptable parameters - user, latency, bandwidth
Low investment costs
Low license costs
Scalable and future proof
Many countries around the world are offering 5G licenses for private networks and many more are planning to introduce licensing models in the future. Currently the following countries have assigned spectrum for private usage of 5G: Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, USA, Korea, Japan, China and Saudi-Arabia.
In Germany for example, since the beginning of the application process in 2020, 169 licenses were assigned for local 5G usage. Companies from the automotive industry but also educational facilities have been among the first applicants to receive a 5G license and can therefore already report of a successful implementation.