- The connected car in the time of Covid-19Many people are nervous about looking at the way the car industry will restart post pandemic. Before we look at the longer term consequences for car connectivity, we can already anticipate a short term surge of personal car usage, as anyone would try to favor their own private transportation […]
- The academic view on the automotive Full MVNOMr Henry-Labordère, professor at the French engeneering school Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, has published his reference book last month: Practical LTE Based security forces PMR Networks. This book encompasses many academic aspects of Private Mobile Telecommunication Networks, as a […]
- The Connected Car and permanent roamingThe Connected Car is definitely the subject of a large number of press announcements by car manufacturers during recent shows such as the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the Auto-Show in Geneva. Up to now the connected car business model has been based on the resale by car manufacturers of […]
- The major challenge of a short term roll out of the autonomous car? Not AI, but wireless access.Car manufacturers and Silicon Valley giants are competing among themselves to be the first to roll-out commercially the autonomous car. One of the latest is Volvo who stated it will market its first range of autonomous car by 2021. Let’ step back for a while, and try to understand what it means. […]
MVNO Global helps verticals to become MVNOs.
In particular, MVNO Global accompanies Transportation/Automotive OEMs to become Mobile Virtual Network Operator for the Connected Vehicle and the future Autonomous Vehicle services.
We are looking at the next generation hybrid networks too. Verticals consider private LTE/ 5G networks for critical use such as factory 4.0. While owning and operating such private networks, they may consider adding the ubiquity of a secured full MVNO, by using their existing core network and operation skills to develop such hybrid private LTE-5G / MVNO.
We can accompany verticals in the journey to define strategically the best mobile networking business model all the way, from the business planning phase to the implementation.and operational launch.
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The importance and use of cellular services by verticals have recently increased strategically.
On one hand, they need to control their production processes that will migrate towards industry 4.0, replacing Wifi by cellular services with low latency 4G or ultimately ultra low latency 5G. As they need to control the production secrecies, they would need to operate themselves private cellular networks.
On the other hand, they would need to access ubiquitously goods or products with embedded connectivity. It could be for logistics, tracking components or finished products to be delivered: that is the IoT revolution; or it could be essential connected services embedded in the finished product, in the connected car for example. Verticals would need to get ubiquitous coverage with acceptable costs for those services, while making sure that those essential cellular services are of the highest quality, reliability and fit. Those kind of requirements could be fulfilled when verticals become themselves MVNO.
When you combine production, logistics and commercial connected services requirement, you may look at hybrid networks private LTE or 5G (in the vertical premises) / full MVNO (outside the vertical premises) taking advantage of economies of scale in having a single core network infrastructure for private and full MVNO network and mutualizing mobile network skills, while being able to integrate other technologies such as LPWan.
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