The next generation of mobile networks feature unlimited capacity, minimal latency for real-time services, low power consumption, almost 100% availability and the opportunity to connect millions of devices – unleashing countless opportunities for your business.
We can help you get ahead in this 5G-enabled world thanks to our 25 years' telecom engineering experience delivering wireless, networking and cloud projects. Work with us to accelerate your technology journey from research and labs right through to commercialisation.
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Accelerate your product development with open-source technology, our world-class competences, DevOps approach and industry alliances.
Cover gaps in your knowledge and capacity with our expert 5G engineering resources and proven expertise of handling R&D programs independently.
Benefit from our early involvement in telecom technology development and our continuous contribution to key 5G open-source projects.
You get first-class support from our experts. Whether you are building 5G radio-access networks (RAN), developing IoT radio-access technologies (NB-IoT, Cat-M1), honing system observability, creating next-generation deployment or working on operations and maintenance, we will you get ahead.
We have the application expertise and 5G know-how to guide you through designing and building the next generation of 5G core networks that are cloud based, have microservice and container-ready architecture and run high-performance virtual network functions (VNF).
You can future-proof your cloud infrastructure thanks to our engineering expertise and use of best-in-class open-source technologies and ecosystems.
We use DevOps, the latest tools analytics and machine learning to help you automate processes and orchestrate end-to-end solutions featuring dynamic resource allocation, service assurance, observability and pre-emptive fault management.
For the first-time ever, the needs of low latency communication services, like autonomous driving, are supported via 5G and Network Slicing. Tom Leskinen shares his insights.Read the blog