Broadband is the Lifeblood of the Modern Economy, and Yet is Not Widely Available
Enabling Industry 4.0 “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.” In order to leverage the power of data through analytics and artificial intelligence, enterprises need secure networks that provide mobility, real time visibility to operational data, and the ability to instantly communicate with “man or machine” via voice, video, and data.
Streamlining Connectivity. Enterprises today face indeterminate security risks, uncontrolled costs, and unmanageable operational complexity. Currently, enterprise broadband is a hodge-podge of various wired, wireless, and radio communications.
Standards Based Solutions. There is an urgent need within agriculutral and rural enterprises for secure, lightning-fast, and standards-based broadband wireless networks.
Hassle-free Network Ownership with End-to-End Services
Agricultural Enterprise and Smart Farming. Deploy an “overlay” 5G/LTE broadband network to support agricultural business-critical applications and IOT technologies behind a secure enterprise firewall. Enterprises maintain full control over the network without being burdened with the task of operating a complex cellular network.
Preferred nationwide provider of broadband networks and services that enable people, communities, and enterprises to flourish
The technology transition from 4G to 5G, release of large quantities of spectrum for commercial use by the FCC, and cloud hosting of core network services have created a perfect storm of opportunity for private wireless networks. With foresight derived from 75+ years of collective experience in wireless, fiber, and cellular networks, NODABL founders intend to disrupt established nationwide wireless and wireline network operators by offering a cost-effective mobile network alternative to large and small enterprises and traditionally underserved communities.
Cloud Hosted Private 5G/LTE Cellular Networks and Applications Offered as a Managed Service.
As shown in the figure above, our product comprises of three main components, mainly,
- On-Premises Radio Access Network (RAN) deployed at the customer site and comprising of indoor and outdoor radios, networking equipment such as firewalls, switches, and gateways, and a web-based portal for device management. The RAN uses 150 MHz of CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio System) Band 48 unlicensed spectrum between 3.55 and 3.70 GHz.
- Cloud Hosted Services that include LTE/5G core functions of network control, security, access management, communication between the private network and outside networks including the internet, spectrum coordination functions, and cloud hosted applications. The LTE core is connected to each customer’s RAN via a secure Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection.
- End User Devices such as compatible radios, smartphones, tablets, computers, video cameras, sensors, etc. that are deployed at the customer’s site and connect to the network.
Ready for Industry 4.0
Enterprises today face indeterminate risks, uncontrolled costs, and unmanageable operational complexity because their broadband connectivity is a hodge-podge of cellular connectivity provided by nationwide wireless carriers, wired services provided by Internet Service Providers (ISPs), enterprise owned wired and WiFi networks, wired IP security cameras, and walkie-talkie style two-way radio communications. Enterprises who want to leverage the power of data through Analytics and Artificial Intelligence look to NODABL for secure networks that provide mobility, real time visibility to operational data, and the ability to instantly communicate with “man or machine” via voice, video, and data.
NETWORK PLANNING & DESIGN
NETWORK INSTALLATION & SITE LAUNCH
POST LAUNCH MONITORING & SUPPORT
NODABL provides end-to-end services from network design to network launch to post-launch network monitoring. While customer IT teams have full control over the network, they are not burdened with operational aspects of a sophisticated cellular network.
NODABL WHITE PAPER
NODABL’s GreenPower Connectivity Solutions leverage fiber or microwave to bring broadband connectivity to remote sites, and then utilize standards-based 4G/LTE or 5G private cellular networks for site wide connectivity.