Enterprises Will Drive Private 5G Adoption In 2023 | Prediction By Allen Proithis


Guest: Allen Proithis (LinkedIn, Twitter)
Company: GXC (LinkedIn, Twitter)

Many companies are turning to private cellular networks for their business-critical functions in order to drive digital transformation and to better manage the sheer volume of data they are generating. Additionally, companies find themselves facing increasing pressure to become more cost-effective while still increasing efficiency in light of a potential economic downturn and following two years of the pandemic.

In this video, Allen Proithis, CEO of GXC, shares his predictions for 2023 and the key trends he is seeing emerge. Proithis explains GXC’s key focus for the coming year and the shifts they are seeing emerge in the private cellular industry. He also shares his insights into some of the challenges organizations are facing and how GXC is helping tackle these problems.

Key highlights from this video interview are:

  • Private 5G networks will get a lot more buzz and deliver a lot more value for 5G in 2023.
  • Enterprises will drive 5G adoption especially in manufacturing, oil and gas operations.
  • Laptops will start to get built-in 5G capabilities.

The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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