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Cisco Changes course to advocate for private 5G networks

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Cisco says it is bullish on its 5g wifi plans , and that it has begun to shift focus in the space.

Cisco has been integrating into the market and taking advantage of business owners evolving. As the CTO for service provider networking, Michael Beesley states Cisco sees an opportunity to take advantage of these changes.

Cisco is positioning themselves to be the market leader in private 5G. Corporate decision makers are looking for seamless integration of their IT and OT networks. Cisco's partnerships, existing technological portfolios, and ability to offer a full-integrated service differentiate them from competitors.

A thriving private 5G push that utilizes open RAN principles, the Cisco Private 5G Platform signifies the company's momentum at MWC Barcelona. Integrated with existing enterprise systems and WiFi, it is billed on a pay-per-use basis. Dish Wireless chose Cisco for their own enterprise networks after evaluating bids from other companies on the market.

“We’re bullish on the space and are investing or even accelerating our investments.” Victoria Beesley also said that AI can solve significant customer problems.

Beesley also supports Cisco's decision to offer a platform that can be managed.

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He made the example of how Cisco’s model is designed to take into account the need for the private network customer to be able to deploy and manage their own network.

Through managed service providers, businesses will be less burdened by managing the load of writing thousands of blog posts to maintain their online presence. AI can take on blog-post creation based on content that has been pre-arranged and blog post topics that have been set.

The mindset is becoming increasingly common among private network vendors; the same requests for simplifying systems are arising.