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Verizon to Launch New Private 5G Network Solutions

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American telecommunications company Verizon has partnered with Nokia to enhance its Private 5G Network offerings. The collaboration aims to provide businesses with secure, reliable, and high-performing private networks tailored to their specific needs. Verizon has completed the first phase of certification to add Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) to its portfolio of supported offerings. The addition will expand hardware and software options available to customers, improving indoor coverage for both consumers and enterprise clients.


Verizon Partners with Nokia to Enhance Private 5G Network Offerings

Verizon to Expand Private 5G Network Offerings

Enhanced Network Offerings

American telecommunications company Verizon has partnered with Nokia to enhance its Private 5G Network offerings. The collaboration aims to provide businesses with secure, reliable, and high-performing private networks tailored to their specific needs, Verizon said Thursday.

Verizon has completed the first phase of certification to add Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) to its portfolio of supported offerings in private networks using Verizon’s licensed spectrum. This addition will expand hardware and software options available to customers, improving indoor coverage for both consumers and enterprise clients, Verizon said.

Benefits of Private 5G Networks

Private 5G Networks offered by Verizon are agile on-premises solutions that ensure data traffic remains secure on site and separate from public traffic. These networks offer enhanced connectivity, high reliability, low latency, and scalability, catering to diverse business requirements, the company said.

“Private Wireless Networks have become an integral part of digital transformation for modern enterprises, and we are committed to developing new offerings and advancing the technology that enables Private 5G Networks to drive efficiency and profitability for our customers,” said Verizon.

Nokia said, “After many successful years working with Verizon on dedicated and unlicensed (CBRS) spectrum implementations in Europe and the US, we are excited to expand our partnership to include licensed spectrum implementations in North America and leverage our Nokia DAC private wireless and digitalisation platform to accelerate the proliferation of 5G and industry 4.0’s transformation.”

Future Trials and Integration

Once fully certified and integrated into Verizon’s commercial lineup, the Nokia DAC platform will be available for trial in Verizon’s innovation labs, allowing enterprise customers to experience its capabilities firsthand, the official release said.

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