26-09-2022 | Mouser Electronics | New Technologies
Mouser has released the next chapter of its award-winning Empowering Innovation Together program. The new instalment examines the business use case of non-public 5G networks for industrial IoT deployments, which can be independently secured, managed and owned through 5G NR Release 16.
5G NR provides licensed and unlicensed spectrums in the sub-1GHz, sub-6GHz, 24GHz to 29GHz, and 37GHz to 43GHz bands. Through unlicensed spectrums like GAA of the Citizens Broadband Radio Services in the 3550-3700MHz (3.5GHz) band, organisations can take advantage of an apparently unlimited combination of IoT applications without the time and expense of licensing. The Private 5G Networks instalment is sponsored by Amphenol RF, Analog Devices, Intel, Molex, RECOM and Xilinx.
Through a new episode of The Tech Between Us podcast, a new Then, Now and Next video and other exclusive content, the company provides audiences a deeper look at case studies and real-life examples of non-public 5G networks for industrial deployments, which creates secure data available on-site and enhances latency for applications within industrial facilities.
"In an ever-connected ecosystem of technologies, private 5G networks can transfer sensitive data within a secure environment at high speeds," says Glenn Smith, president and CEO of Mouser Electronics. "Through the content shared in this latest EIT instalment, we hope our followers will gain newfound insight on how to best leverage private 5G networks for low-latency industrial applications."
The Tech Between Us host Raymond Yin, director of technical content at Mouser Electronics, introduces Gilad Garon, founder and CEO of ASOCS, for a spirited conversation. The podcast episode is provided on the Mouser website, Apple Podcasts, Alexa, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Pandora and Spotify.
"I hope listeners enjoy my conversation with Raymond as much as I did," says Garon. "5G transitions cellular technology into software that allows an incredible amount of customisation. Private 5G networks enable administrators to easily create and manage secure, super-fast, reliable connectivity unique to their organisations' needs."