Balancing Cost versus Redundancy for Reliable Enterprise 5G Networks

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By Leo Gergs | 3Q 2020 | IN-5907


Generating Reliability through Redundancy


When comparing network requirements between the consumer and the enterprise domains, one aspect has become apparent: above everything else, enterprises (manufacturers, warehouses, shipping port operators, and energy producers) require highly reliable network connectivity throughout their premises. While 5G promises five-nines reliability and network availability (as part of Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) capabilities), enterprise deployments require additional considerations to maximize the degree of reliability and availability, even if certain parts of the network infrastructure break down.

Enterprise deployments will require redundant network infrastructure to guarantee this. While these considerations are far from new, until recently, there has been no clear idea as to the quantity of redundant equipment that is needed to guarantee the desired degree of network availability and reliability for enterprises.

In a recent webinar, German manufacturer of test and measurement equipment Rohde & Schwarz offered an additional model for enterprise deploym…

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