Cisco and Axians, a Vinci Energies brand, are working to supply Cisco private 5G to businesses across sectors in Germany and the Netherlands. With the power of 5G, Cisco and Axians expect they can help speed up digitalization initiatives in Germany and the Netherlands, as well as boost the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT).
Private 5G may support businesses across sectors with their digitization demands and IoT adoption by giving them the control and reliability they need for mission-critical operations, as well as seamless interaction with current systems.
Axians serves private-sector enterprises, public-sector entities, operators, and service providers in the development of infrastructure and digital solutions as an independent multi-national ICT firm with more than 10 years of expertise in designing, developing, and maintaining 4G and 5G networks.
Across corporate applications, analytics, networking, digital workspaces, data center, cloud, infrastructure, and security, Axians’ expert consulting, design, integration, and service teams offer personalized digital transformation solutions.
Addressing IT and OT Use Cases
Cisco’s Private 5G solution, which will be delivered as a service by Axians, would offer automation, flexibility, efficiency, and security to assist businesses improve digital transformation and increase their IoT capabilities. Axians’ extensive experience in vertical sectors would enable them to assist customers at every stage of the process, from spectrum acquisition through network management and operation.
“Providing 5GaaS gives us the opportunity to plan, build and run holistic campus networks together with existing infrastructure like Wi-Fi and private cloud,” said Jacques Diaz, CEO at Axians Germany.
“Partnering with Cisco, we are able to fully provide our customers with a private 5G solution that connects OT assets with the world of AI, IoT and digital M2M communication,” said Rob van Kaathoven, CEO at Axians Netherlands.
“Axians’ approach of combining and offering different campus technologies like 5G, Wi-Fi, LAN and security as end-to-end managed services enables their customers to focus on real business outcomes,” said Masum Mir, Vice President and General Manager for Cable, Mobility & IoT at Cisco. “Pairing together Cisco’s Private 5G solution with Axians tailored approach and expertise, we can jointly address IT and OT use cases for businesses across Germany and the Netherlands.”