Geoverse, a provider of private LTE and 5G solutions, has announced that its network as a service platform is being used by JCI US Inc., a subsidiary of Japan Communications Inc., to support its private LTE network solutions across the US, the company said.
The new service offered by JCI US in conjunction with Geoverse utilizes both CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) and public cellular networks. It will be delivered via JCI US´ USIM programmable SIM platform.
For this service, Geoverse has deployed a private network using dedicated Edge Enhanced Packet Core networks at JCI US data centers. JCI US will use its USIM programmable SIM platform to provide connectivity for all its customers including CBRS customers such as large scale commercial and retail real estate owners and management companies, which will now be able to seamlessly connect to both their CBRS private LTE networks and to public mobile networks using a single SIM card.
Japan Communications, Inc. was established in 1996 to fulfill an objective by Japan´s Ministry of Communications to develop next-generation mobile communication as the foundation of Japan´s economic growth. Following success as one of the world´s first mobile enablers, in 2006, the company began global expansion in the United States market under the brand name Contour Networks.
Geoverse is a specialized mobile operator that builds, owns, and operates wireless assets for enterprise verticals, carriers, and consumers. The company´s private LTE/5G infrastructure interconnects with major mobile operators resulting in a solution where one network delivers two benefits: a secure and robust network for private applications and 5-bar coverage for tenants and visitors. Geoverse is a subsidiary of ATN International (NASDAQ: ATNI), a company with over 30 years of experience building sustainable connectivity solutions.