HPE Launches Aruba Networking Enterprise Private 5G To Simplify Network Deployment – NDTV Profit

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Ltd. has introduced HPE Aruba Networking Enterprise Private 5G to help organisations accelerate and simplify the deployment and management of private 5G networks. The solution will provide wireless coverage across large campus and industrial environments and open up new use cases for private cellular.

With this expansion of its edge-to-cloud portfolio, HPE Aruba Networking will provide both Wi-Fi and private 5G solutions, helping customers in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, public venues and education solve connectivity challenges across large and remote sites.

According to HPE, the solution will also help organisations boost productivity and innovation, along with expand artificial intelligence data capture and delivery capabilities for building AI data lakes and activating inference solutions. It will also enable communications service providers to quickly deploy private 5G networks for their customers, complementing existing Wi-Fi-based managed services.

According to HPE, the solution features:

  • An end-to-end offering that includes a 4G/5G core, HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers, SIM/eSIM cards, 4G/5G small cells and dashboard.

  • New 4G/5G small cell radios that provide indoor/outdoor coverage, removing the need for a separate management tool from a third-party vendor.

  • Simplified cloud-native management and automation for subscriber management, deployment management, core monitoring and radio monitoring, with plans for integration with HPE Aruba Networking Central.

  • Interoperability with shared spectrum for private enterprise use.

  • Zero touch provisioning and configuration wizards that mask the 3GPP cellular complexity.

“Enterprise and industrial customers are increasingly seeking to deliver wireless coverage in demanding environments, including large outdoor areas, serving fast-moving clients and providing deterministic access in dedicated spectrum. The complexity of conventional approaches to private cellular networks has held them back,” said Stuart Strickland, wireless chief technology officer, HPE Aruba Networking.

“We have uniquely positioned ourselves to enable new applications for private cellular by integrating Athonet core cellular solutions with our traditional strengths in enterprise networking,” said Strickland.

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