Dell Announces Private Wireless Program with Airspan and Expeto
The fully integrated solution is designed to provide medium-to-large enterprises with a controllable and scalable solution to extend on-site and remote application support across private and public 4G and 5G networks.
In order to accelerate the adoption of open telecom network architectures and cloud-native technologies, Dell Technologies recently announced a series of new partnerships and collaborations, including Dell Private Wireless with Airspan and Expeto. The fully integrated solution is designed to provide medium-to-large enterprises with a controllable and scalable solution to extend on-site and remote application support across private and public 4G and 5G networks.
The announcement spearheads an organizational-wide effort to offer Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Service Providers (MxOs collectively) as well as enterprise customers more choice in mobile networking solutions to better support their unique mission critical outcomes. The solution, which has been tested and validated by Dell, is based on open architectures and purpose-built for the enterprise environment. Leveraging Expeto’s NeXtworking® platform and Airspan radios, Dell is removing the traditional complexity and cost of enterprise mobile networks that have historically inhibited adoption across high-value industries.
Equipped with this Enterprise First® solution, enterprises can realize end-to-end, real-time, self-service network control. This unprecedented level of mobile network visibility finally answers enterprise demands for the power of control to independently design and direct their digital futures. And with ongoing support from Dell professionals – from Day 1 integration to Day 2 management – MxOs and enterprises alike can confidently and securely leverage the speed, reach and scale of cellular to improve business outcomes.