Freedom of Choice with Mobile Network as a Service

Private mobile networks were once the expensive province of telecommunications service providers and extremely large and expensive.

Private mobile networks were once the expensive province of telecommunications service providers and extremely large and expensive. Digital Antenna Systems (DAS), while comprehensive in their feature set and expansive in footprint, were hardly the kind of equipment deployment an enterprise might be willing to undertake. Not without a healthy investment in services, real estate, sweat and toil. As with many things, the complexities scared off buyers resulting in frustrating user experiences and productivity shortfalls. 

With the emergence of spectrum in Citizen’s Band Radio Service (CBRS) and the availability of enterprise-grade LTE equipment, new network options are rapidly becoming available. 5G has hung over the market, yet has remained elusive and still a promise yet unfulfilled. While simpler equipment for private cellular schemes became more accessible, so too did buyer’s apprehension about seemingly complex carrier technologies in enterprise packaging.

Which is why private networks need a complete makeover. Historical approaches heavy in capital expenditure and professional services have not done the trick, nor have advances in hardware packaging.

The prospect of Mobile Network as a Service (MNaaS) brings new life to the Private Network proposition. Subscription services enable a pay-as-you-consume expense model combined with modest, or negligible, usage schedules. As emerging distributed applications are added to the network, the ever-growing community of native-mobile devices are already prepared for the shift and awaiting integration with the enterprise network.

MNaaS represents a new solution category and gives freedom of choice and control back to the enterprise to deploy their own private mobile network – quickly, affordably, and efficiently. And, with only a few simple API calls an enterprise can quickly onboard mobile devices and IoT sensors inside the enterprise perimeter.

In summary, some benefits of MNaaS include:

  • OpEx not CapEx thereby aligning expense with service consumption
  • Limit CapEx by minimizing daunting hardware expenditures associated with DAS and other hardware-heavy solutions
  • Activate in 60 Minutes from start to finish and enable mobile devices inside the firewall on the enterprise network in record time
  • Prepare for Edge and Distributed Compute by laying the groundwork today for the distributed computing environment of tomorrow
  • Implement Private Mobile Networks using software as a service and free yourself with a software-based Any-G approach

To learn more about how you can deploy a private mobile network using the Alef MNaaS solution, schedule a demo with us today. 


More Posts

Why Alef provides Mobile Network as a Service with an API-first Approach

Alef's API centric approach empowers enterprises to easily create networks that solve for their unique use cases, all while giving...

CRNTV – Alef’s Mobile Toolkit Enables Enterprises To Deploy Own Private Networks

Alef launched its Mobile Toolkit in April so enterprises can deploy their own private networks through a simplified process that...

Alef recognized in Enterprise Network Planet Top Edge Compute Startups

Edge computing startups are launching in a market with essentially boundless opportunity. Those that succeed will clearly find massive investment....

Come build the next edge economy with us.

© 2022 Alef Edge, Inc, ® All rights reserved.