Wireless devices are everywhere, and their numbers are exploding. New wireless technologies like 5G and OnGo™ help to get the most from these devices. But only those organizations that are set up to take advantage of these new technologies can benefit from them. The rest will be left behind. To make sure you are ready for what is coming, you will want to seamlessly integrate 5G and OnGo™ into your existing network so that your organization’s wireless needs are met now and in the future.
Leading CIOs are turning to Black Box to help them incorporate these new technologies into their existing wireless networks to make sure their organizations can take advantage of the new opportunities these technologies bring as well as handle the increasing demands their wireless networks will soon need to handle.
Start by learning the wireless requirements for the devices and applications you use now and plan to use in the future. Design a wireless network to meet those needs. This outside-in approach means that your network will be ready for anything.
With 5G and OnGo™, together with purpose-built wireless networks, you have more leverage now than before. Place the right device and application on the right network to expand your organization’s overall wireless capacity.
When using the two previous principles, you can leverage coverage, capacity, and network selectivity to provide mission-critical performance. Not only on one network, but across all networks.
Mission-critical performance is built into everything we do—from design to deployment to support.View Infographic
Today’s wireless technologies give organizations many opportunities to streamline their operations and improve the customer experience. Black Box can help you create a complete network that takes full advantage of these advanced technologies to meet your organization’s unique needs.
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The Evolution of 5G/OnGo is Driving Revolutionary Healthcare Innovations. Over the last decade, wireless has become critical to everything we do. Wireless is not slowing down, but accelerating at an ever-increasing rate. Today there are approximately 6.5 network-connected devices per person in a hospital. Within 3 years, this average will increase to 13 devices per person and more than 50% of all devices will be wireless, potentially overwhelming networks. For the first time, we are clearly establishing the world of “mobile-first” in healthcare technology. Check out this white paper to learn How 5G/OnGo technologies are going to impact hospital operations and healthcare delivery.
Read this guide to find out how your business can retool and reimagine your current legacy system to support an exponential amount of users, devices, and locations.Get the White Paper
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A national research hospital has over 20,000 different devices using its Wi-Fi daily. This number has increased 20% year over year for the past 8 years. Black Box designed a solution that uses OnGo™ to reduce the strain on the Wi-Fi network and to accommodate future wireless needs.
A leading hospital had a challenge managing and tracking medical equipment. It would not always have the right amount of telemetry packs and infusion pumps available. We helped it solve these challenges by using an RTLS system to track and manage this critical equipment
A major financial services company wanted to provide 5G coverage at its facilities across the nation so that staff and guests could benefit from the speed and reliability of 5G, including at below-ground tornado shelters. Black Box engineered and delivered a turn-key solution that uses DAS.
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It’s estimated that the number of 5G subscriptions will reach 190 million by the end of 2020 and an incredible 2.8 billion by 2025.
And now, iPhone users are no exception! With the recent announcement of the new, 5G-enabled Apple iPhone 12, Strategy Analytics forecasts that Apple will become the leader in 5G smartphones surpassing Samsung. “As carriers roll out 5G in the United States, a significant number of consumers will adopt the service quickly — if it delivers on its promise of faster speeds and better coverage,” said Kevin Westcott, Vice Chairman, Deloitte LLP, U.S. Telecom, Media, and Entertainment.
So, what is 5G and what does all this 5G buzz mean for you? Check the latest resources from Black Box and our partners to learn about the next generation of mobile connectivity and how it will shape the future of mobility for end-users and businesses alike!
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With the anticipated growth of 5G, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the requirements for enterprise-wide adoption. Just remember that 4G LTE has only now reached maturity and is far from obsolete. But just because 5G is in its infancy now, doesn’t mean you should sit on the sidelines and wait for it grow, so what you do now determines how successful your implementation is later on.
Expect 5G technology to make its way into the existing frequency bands over the next two or three years and to be in widespread use by 2022. But, what you need to do now depends on your existing system. Here are a few guidelines to give you an idea of what to expect as you move to 5G.
We’ve all seen the ads, 5G is here, now. But, it was a long time in the making. It took about 25 years to go from 1G, introduced in the eighties, to the move to digital: 2G, 3G, and then to 4G, introduced in 2010 in the U.S. 5G has been in the works since 4G was released. So, when will it be a reality for you?
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From deploying in-building 5G to designing the network that makes 5G connectivity possible, the Black Box team is #Living5G. Over the next several weeks, join our team members around the world as they come together and share how they “Eat, Sleep, Breathe, 5G” despite the social distancing between us! Follow #Living5G to see photos from our international team on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
While some integrators can help you with one or two of your wireless networking needs, Black Box can help you with all of them (Wi-Fi, DAS, RTLS, etc.). Our dedicated team of solution architects and deployment engineers will help you make sense of 5G and OnGo™ and understand whether one or both of these new technologies would be a good addition to your existing system. We can then help you develop a comprehensive plan that addresses your current needs while preparing you for the future.Know More
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