Private 5G Mobile Networks for Industrial IoT

March 1, 2020

Private mobile networks designed and deployed specifically for enterprise users provide opportunities to optimize and redefine business processes in ways that are either impractical or not possible within the limitations of wired and Wi-Fi networks. For industrial users, the ability to design mobile networks to meet the coverage, performance, and security requirements of production-critical applications is fundamental to the new wave of cyberphysical systems known as Industry 4.0.

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Sequans Communications

Sequans Communications is a 4G chipmaker, supplying WiMAX and LTE chips to original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers worldwide. Founded in 2003 to address the WiMAX opportunity where it is now a global leader, Sequans expanded in early 2009 to address the LTE market. Sequans is today a leader in 4G smartphones and powers top WiMAX smartphones now deployed on the networks of Sprint, KDDI, and Korea Telecom. Sequans became an early leader in LTE when it was asked by China Mobile to provide technology for its launch of the world's first TD-LTE demonstration network in 2010. In 2011, Sequans' LTE technology was approved by China's MIIT and is now being used in the large-scale trial of China Mobile in Shenzhen with Huawei. Sequans has successfully conducted LTE interoperability testing with virtually all leading eNodeB vendors and its LTE technology is operating in numerous networks on five continents. Sequans is based in Paris, with additional offices through

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whitePaper | January 15, 2020

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whitePaper | December 6, 2019

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Sequans Communications

Sequans Communications is a 4G chipmaker, supplying WiMAX and LTE chips to original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers worldwide. Founded in 2003 to address the WiMAX opportunity where it is now a global leader, Sequans expanded in early 2009 to address the LTE market. Sequans is today a leader in 4G smartphones and powers top WiMAX smartphones now deployed on the networks of Sprint, KDDI, and Korea Telecom. Sequans became an early leader in LTE when it was asked by China Mobile to provide technology for its launch of the world's first TD-LTE demonstration network in 2010. In 2011, Sequans' LTE technology was approved by China's MIIT and is now being used in the large-scale trial of China Mobile in Shenzhen with Huawei. Sequans has successfully conducted LTE interoperability testing with virtually all leading eNodeB vendors and its LTE technology is operating in numerous networks on five continents. Sequans is based in Paris, with additional offices through

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