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Would you like a private 5G network with that? Wireless startup offers one-click network to go with AWS and Azure cloud services

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February 21, 2020
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Federated Wireless, a U.S. provider using the 3.5 GHz 5G CBRS band, is offering connectivity as a service to companies for private 5G networks. The buyer can click a link to add a private 5G network to their cart in cloud computing marketplaces. Federated then asks for an estimate of the size of the network and provides budget quotes for a one-time setup cost and ongoing monthly fee for running the network. If they choose to buy, Federated will work with equipment and network providers to actually construct and manage the network. Clients interested in private 5G should give the service a try. While having the network built and operated is nontrivial, the service does save clients the cost of securing spectrum and shopping for partners.

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