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If you’re an enterprise CIO looking to improve processes at your facility, a system integrator who wants to expand your wireless network offerings to your customers, or just someone who wants to learn more about private networks and CBRS solutions, we have a great resource to help you get started. Our new whitepaper, “OnGo Private Cellular – CBRS for Private LTE and 5G”, is a comprehensive guide that will open your eyes to the immense benefits of deploying a private LTE or 5G cellular network for your organization using the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. CBRS introduces a major shift in the way enterprises can approach deploying their own mobile networks.

The white paper covers the technical basics and dives into real-world use cases and vertical industry benefits. You’ll learn about the CBRS band, OnGo solution, and value proposition in depth. The emerging transition from LTE to 5G is even explored. You’ll find out:

  • Why you might need a private cellular network?
  • How does cellular work?
  • What are the CBRS Band and the OnGo solutions?
  • What are the benefits of a CBRS-based private cellular network?
  • Which industries are already taking advantage of private CBRS networks?
  • Do you want Private LTE or Private 5G, and what’s the difference?

You know that reliable and high-performance wireless connectivity is no longer a luxury – it’s a necessity. From large-scale venues and industrial facilities to commercial real estate and educational institutions, the demand for seamless mobile coverage and robust data services is skyrocketing. However, traditional wireless solutions, such as Wi-Fi and public cellular networks, often fail to meet these growing needs, particularly in high-density environments or areas with challenging RF conditions.

Enter OnGo, a game-changing solution that leverages the power of private cellular networks in the shared 3.5 GHz CBRS band. Championed by the OnGo Alliance, a consortium of over 125 companies, OnGo Private Cellular brings the capabilities of LTE and 5G networks to enterprises, enabling them to deploy their own high-performing private cellular networks without the need for costly licensed spectrum.

The benefits of OnGo private cellular networks are numerous and far-reaching. First and foremost, these networks offer superior performance under load, ensuring reliable connectivity even in high-density scenarios with a large number of connected devices. Additionally, OnGo networks provide extensive coverage areas, both indoors and outdoors, allowing for seamless mobility and support for a wide range of applications.

One of the critical advantages of OnGo is its ability to support mobile devices natively. Unlike other wireless solutions that may struggle with device roaming and handoffs, OnGo networks are designed to provide a seamless experience for users on the move, with reliable handoffs between access points and uninterrupted data flows.

Furthermore, OnGo networks offer carrier-grade security and robust quality of service (QoS) mechanisms, ensuring that mission-critical applications and services receive the necessary bandwidth and priority they require, even under heavy network traffic.

Across various industries, OnGo private cellular networks enable new services and use cases previously hindered by connectivity limitations. In entertainment and sports venues, OnGo networks facilitate mobile point-of-sale systems, attendee services, and high-definition video streaming. In commercial real estate, they provide reliable indoor coverage and support for building operations and security systems. Industrial and warehouse facilities benefit from reliable autonomous vehicle data links, wide-area coverage, and support for extended reality applications. See our eBook for industries and enterprises that successfully deployed CBRS-based private networks.

The OnGo Alliance plays a crucial role in fostering a trusted ecosystem for enterprises deploying OnGo networks. The alliance provides resources, guides, and certifications to ensure the interoperability and compliance of products and services. Members of the alliance offer diverse solutions, from integrated network providers to managed service providers, enabling enterprises to find the right partners and solutions for their specific needs.

Whether you’re looking to enhance fan experiences at a stadium, streamline operations in a manufacturing facility, or provide reliable connectivity across a corporate campus, OnGo private cellular networks offer a powerful and flexible solution. With the backing of the OnGo Alliance and its thriving ecosystem, enterprises can confidently embrace the future of wireless connectivity and unlock new levels of efficiency, productivity, and innovation.

To discover more about OnGo and how private cellular networks can transform your business, read our new white paper, “OnGo Private Cellular – CBRS for Private LTE and 5G,” or visit the OnGo Alliance website at