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With global markets projected to reach $35 billion by 2030, the future is bright for 5G in enterprise. The revolutionary phase of 5G is well underway as carriers combine edge and cloud capabilities with public sector innovations and enterprise use cases. 5G is powering business transformations with private networks improving efficiency, innovation and security. As rollouts become more prominent, more devices, machines, and systems will become better and more intelligently connected. And in today’s business climate, smart connectivity is critical for a digital-first world.


"The enterprise market will be one of the major adopters of 5G and edge compute over next 2-3 years. AWS is laser focused on working with telcos and our enterprise customers to empower their people, processes, and machines to deliver business outcomes. We are building private MEC applications for enterprise customers in collaboration with Private 5G network offerings by likes of DT, KDDI, Orange, T-Mobile, and Telefonica, besides delivering computer vision as a service with SKT for SMBs, enterprises and public sector customers. As 5G networks get ready for slicing, we are ready to deliver power of low latency next generation applications leveraging public MEC built at the edge of 5G networks with Verizon, Vodafone, SKT, KDDI and Bell."

Amir Rao, Director Product Management, Telco, AWS

Boldyn Networks

"The race to an interconnected future is on and Boldyn Networks is at the forefront of innovation. With cutting-edge neutral host networks in 300+ marquee venues globally, our robust connectivity solutions enhance fan and guest experiences and improve operations for transit systems, venues, enterprises, smart cities, and more. From future-proof private 5G to high-performance DAS deployments, our networks are creating new possibilities in the ways people live, work and play."

-Christos Karmis, CEO, US, Boldyn Networks'


“There will be two types of companies: AI-first companies, and companies who view AI as an afterthought. Those that put AI at the center of work will see significant dual competitive advantage, solving for lowest TCO and ESG concerns, while concurrently growing differentiation and revenues. AI-first is a non-negotiable strategy.”

~ Stephen Rose, GM, Global Telco Industry, IBM