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QUESTION

What is a mobile private network (MPN)?

A mobile broadband network for the use of one organization.

A mobile private 5G network is one that is not meant for public broadband consumers, but for the traffic of a specific organization only. Cegeka works with two types of mobile private network: Standalone Non-Public Networks (SNPNs) and Public Network Integrated Non-Public Networks (PNI-NPNs).

A 5G SNPN does not rely on any resources offered by public (shared) 5G networks and is totally isolated. These networks are used in very specific cases involving unique requirements regarding data sovereignty, security and accountability.

A 5G PNI-NPN is a private “slice” of a public (shared) network and relies on the hardware and software resources owned by the operators of that network. Cegeka will build these for customers by configuring separate slices of our public network resources and dedicating them to each use case. This way our customers benefit from the scale of Cegeka’s shared network while at the same time getting assigned secure and dedicated mobile network capacity wherever they need it.

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