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Private networks: The key to leverage 5G technology

Private mobile networks are revolutionising how public and private enterprises connect, operate, and communicate across various sectors, from healthcare to venues, mining to manufacturing Private 5G networks are delivering the fast, secure, and efficient connectivity that all organisations need. Putting business outcomes front and centre. Despite their existence for several years, private networks have advanced […]

Why a distributed antenna system is essential to better in-building mobile coverage

Commercial property owners, investors and tenants are all looking for fast, seamless mobile coverage in their buildings – and for good reason. For office workers, in-building mobile connectivity boosts productivity by keeping them connected to the applications they need wherever they are, which is especially critical in modern offices that offer hot-desking and flexible seating […]

Talking critical infrastructure at AFR Summit

The AFR Infrastructure Summit, held in Sydney from 13-14 November 2023, brought together Australia’s top policymakers, chief executives, and investors to debate how the priorities for infrastructure investment and planning have changed in 2023 and what the rethink means for the nation’s economic growth. As a key player in the delivery of the country’s critical […]

How to make stadium operations smarter and more sustainable

This blog is the first in a series exploring the themes examined in our whitepaper titled ‘Technology enablers for stadiums of the future‘. For stadium operators, fans have to come first. But the foundation of an exceptional fan experience is built on a stadium’s day-to-day operations. How they keep their venues clean, safe and secure […]

Hong Kong’s underground riders get cutting-edge wireless network

Hong Kong consumers expect constant access to high-speed wireless data on demand, including when they ride underground public transport. Yet providing broadband confined coverage networks in one of the world’s busiest rapid transit railways in the world involves highly sophisticated precision-engineered systems – and that’s where RFE comes in.