Designing a Private Cellular Network (PCN) begins with documenting factors like the number of devices, data requirements, and physical locations. It requires understanding and deploying the right spectrum and frequencies to ensure reliable coverage within the desired area. Additionally, it necessitates the inclusion of specialized infrastructure, such as the Mobile Core (EPC) and the Radio Access Network (RAN), tailored to the specific needs and capacity requirements of the network. Security measures, including encryption and access control, must also be meticulously designed to safeguard the network's data and communications.
Join us for a 20-minute session with PCN experts Rob Cerbone, VP of Product Management and Marketing, and Eric Hernandez, Director of Design and Training Center, from Communication Technology Services (CTS), to ask questions and learn how to design a PCN solution that works for your company.
This webinar is part of The Basics of Private Cellular Networks: Design, Build, Run, and Support series.
Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, CTS
Rob is the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing for CTS responsible for their private wireless network offering. CTS provides custom, carrier-grade in-building and campus connectivity solutions for enterprises and mobile network operators, solving and managing the most complex networking challenges. Rob is a seasoned product management executive with over 25 years of experience launching new products and services in the telecom and wireless industries with Intelsat, Time Warner Cable, and Sprint Nextel.
Director of Design and Training Center, CTS
Eric Hernandez joined Communication Technology Services (CTS) in February, 2013; he is currently the Director of Design and Training Center for CTS. Eric brings to CTS over 27 years of experience in the communication industry spanning low voltage design/installation/maintenance, LEC (Local Exchange Carrier)-designed service delivery and RF design/installation/commissioning of DAS solutions. Eric currently oversees CTS’s Design Center which operates 24x5.
Eric has extensive experience designing solutions for all venue types, and with all MNO-approved OEM/DAS technology platforms.