The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has established a GSA Private Mobile Networks Special Interest Group (SIG), bringing together telcos looking to track, boost and promote the private mobile networks ecosystem. Founders include Nokia, Ericsson and Huwei, with Mavenir, Keysight Technologies and Private5GandLTE as permanent members. More members are expected to come on board in the coming months.

The new group wants to define the ecosystem, and then track and promote it. To achieve these goals, it will aggregate private mobile networks data in an environment where participants can share sensitive and anonymised data on private mobile networks customers, confidentially. The group will also monitor the evolution of tracking in order to support the promotion of the industry as well as the analyst community reporting on it.

About 66 mobile operators and 70 countries or territories are involved in private mobile network projects, according to the GSA.

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