Mavenir announces the launch of a smart city in Thailand with 5G Open RAN on the private network mmWave, Telecom News, ET Telecom
Mavenir said it is providing a private network solution based on an open, cloud-native architecture comprising 5G Open RAN radios, millimeter wave (mmWave) and 5G Core radios with Open API technology standards to enable operators state telecommunications company TOT to launch 5G.
The software platform further enabled the transformation of the private mobile communications network into a virtualized environment where devices, applications and services can operate on an automated network using open architecture, containers and artificial intelligence (AI), according to an official statement.
At the same time, Cisco provided switching hardware and application services to enable the “smart” components of the 5G solution.
The mmWave spectrum is ideally suited for a network operating sensors, drones and intelligent poles of the Internet of Things (IoT) and other applications that require a fast uplink of data to the core for time analysis. real and city management, the statement added.
“Connectivity is at the heart of this deployment – connecting people, communities, government departments and private sector departments through local government data combined with new data acquired through the Internet of Things (IOT), sensors , drones and data collected externally, analyze it completely for good city management and citizen knowledge, ”said Aniruddho Basu, Managing Director of Mavenir’s Emerging Business Unit.
“Partnering with Mavenir as an infrastructure provider enables us to provide robust, secure and reliable 5G private network infrastructure in all businesses, including smart city applications, industry 4.0 applications – automated industry and modern medicine, ”commented Shannon Kalayanamitr, CEO at 5GCT.
“Through the partnership with Mavenir and Cisco Connected Communities Infrastructure (CCI), the Smart City host can create a single, secure communications network to support all the needs that are easier to deploy and manage from end-to-end visibility. end, ranging from kiosks and outdoor Wi-Fi to smart street lighting, parking, waste and more, ”added Taweewat Chantaraseno, General Manager, Thailand and Indochina, Cisco Systems (Thailand).