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Private Cell Networks
What are private cell networks?
Private cell networks provide dedicated infrastructure to a company or entity, using spectrum that is licensed, unlicensed or otherwise shared. For an enterprise, private cell networks have largely been about reliability, security and control. Data traffic can stay local, only authorized devices (e.g. with private SIMs) can connect to the network, and the architecture, equipment and network settings can be closely managed. With a dedicated network, an enterprise can ensure their network is free of interference.