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Private 5G for IoT— plotting timelines, defining applications, and making bets.

Industries including manufacturing, shipping, mining, transportation, logistics, healthcare, and smart cities require increased security, bandwidth, and reliability and are increasingly adopting cellular technologies to satisfy their existing and future requirements. Private 5G brings proven, essential tools and will be the foundation of private wireless networks moving forward.

Building the right partnerships is critical to create private wireless network solutions that serve the multitude of use cases for this technology.

Private networks are expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. Enterprises are increasingly seeking dedicated bandwidth for ultra-reliable low latency use cases, such as industrial IoT and robotics, coupled with the need to have complete control over data and network security. To manage the evolving needs for private wireless network solutions, Syniverse is establishing partnerships to help enterprises across industries with their specific needs.

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Private 5G for IoT— plotting timelines, defining applications, and making bets.
Panel Speakers
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Kathiravan Kandasamy
Vice President of Product Management
Kathiravan is a Vice President of Product Management in the Carrier Business Unit of Syniverse. He is responsible for the management and growth of products that form Syniverse’s IoT and Private Wireless pillars.  These ‘Next Generation Solutions’ drive the development of emerging connectivity products, such as Global SIM & eSIM, Private LTE, Sponsored Roaming, Open Connectivity Complete and Secure Global Access, and combine them in seamless ways to support various IoT use cases. Kathiravan has been in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years and has been deployed around the world to deliver products and services, specializing in new product introduction. He has a bachelor’s degree in computing (Hons) from University of Portsmouth, UK, and has been PMP certified since 2009.
James Blackman
James Blackman
Technology Editor at RCR Wireless News
James Blackman has been writing about the technology and telecoms sectors for over a decade. He has edited and contributed to a number of European news outlets and trade titles. He has also worked at telecoms company Huawei, leading media activity for its devices business in Western Europe. He is based in London.
Jagadeesh Dantuluri
Jagadeesh Dantuluri
General Manager, Keysight Technologies
Jagadeesh Dantuluri is the GM for Private and Dedicated Networks business at Keysight Technologies. He has more than 25 years of experience in the telecom and mobile wireless industry. Prior to joining Keysight, Jagadeesh was Senior Director of Product Management at Spirent Communications, leading Spirent’s wireless network emulation portfolio. His earlier career included stints at Velocent Systems and Tellabs. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, an MS in telecommunications from Southern Methodist University, and B.Tech in electronics and telecommunications engineering from JNTU College of Engineering in India.
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Leo Gergs
Senior Analyst, ABI Research
Principal Analyst Leo Gergs leads the research in 5G Markets, including 5G Monetization models. While this also includes success stories in the consumer domain, his research focuses on cellular revenue opportunities for enterprise connectivity. Within this context, he leads ABI Research’s work into private cellular networks and the role of hyperscalers, infrastructure vendors, CSPs, and System Integrators for enterprise connectivity. Furthermore, he looks into the role of recent trends – like Open RAN and neutral hosts providers– and their implications for enterprise connectivity.


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