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Lower latency and higher speeds beyond that of public networks are necessary to open up new private 5G opportunities for enterprises and facilities such as manufacturing plants, ports, and campuses. Additional privacy and security for the delivery of mission and business-critical functions are mandatory, with automation vital for the efficient deployment and operations of private 5G networks.

A unified, open source, cloud-native platform that provides low latency connectivity along with computing applications can help deploy private 5G networks. Automation and zero-touch provisioning will streamline private 5G network operations and reduce costs. The wider ecosystem will give access to the latest innovations, and when used with pre-integrated reference architectures make it easier to roll-out private 5G networks.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Where the private 5G opportunities are, the regional nuances and approaches, and the key factors driving adoption

  • The challenges and complexity associated with private 5G

  • How the intersection of private 5G, edge computing, and applications creates a clear opportunity for a unified platform play for private 5G deployments

  • How an automated cloud-native application platform and integrated partner functions deliver simplified private 5G networks consistently and at scale

Live event date: Wednesday, April 24, 2024| 10 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


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Shujaur Mufti

Senior Manager, Global Partners Solutions Architect, Red Hat

Shujaur Mufti is a Senior Manager in Red Hat's Telecom, Media, and Entertainment (TME) Partner EcoSystem Organization. He is responsible for managing a team of technical professionals, Partner SAs, to develop and deploy Cloud technologies utilizing Red Hat products and services, architecting a full stack of end-to-end solutions including partner products, from ideation to production with joint offers, globally and in close collaboration with Red Hat Geo/Regional and product stakeholders.

Shujaur has over twenty years of experience working in the telecommunications industry. Prior to joining Red Hat in 2022, he spent fourteen years at T-Mobile US leading high performing engineering teams, enabling 3GPP/non-3GPP architectures and technologies in the Telco 4G/5G domain. In addition, he led NFV Cloud strategy contributing to the company’s transition from legacy networks to the software defined cloud infrastructure. Shujaur has been granted over 30 Technology Patents in the US, Europe, and other foreign countries. He has been recognized as an IBM Industry Diamond for TME.

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Pablo Tomasi

Principal Analyst, Private Networks And Enterprise 5G Omdia, Service Provider Enterprise And Wholesale

Pablo Tomasi is a Principal Analyst in Omdia's Service Provider Enterprise and Wholesale division where he leads the company's research on Private Networks and Enterprise 5G. In this role he helps clients with their strategic decisions by providing in-depth analysis of strategies, emerging technologies and ecosystems, customers' priorities and spending, and GTM approaches in the emerging enterprise 5G space. 2024 areas of interest for Pablo's research include, among others, private 5G replicability, vertical markets unique demands, the 5G and OT convergent edge, network slicing, 5G and the future enterprise network, and new services monetization.

Before his current role, Pablo gained significant experience in multiple areas including IoT, IIoT, telcos' enterprise strategies, and smart cities. Pablo is a regular speaker at leading events including MWC, Netwrok X, Big 5G and Smart Cities Week.