02/03/2021 | By
HFR, Inc., the leading ICT company in Korea, announced availability of a pre-integrated private 5G standalone whole network. This 3GPP R15-compliant package includes key components such as vCore, vCU/DU, indoor and outdoor RUs, plus an integrated CPE and business management platform.
01/18/2021 | By
Dell Technologies, SK Telecom and VMware are collaborating to develop OneBox MEC, a single box approach that provides enterprises with an integrated, private 5G and edge computing platform.
01/15/2021 | By
Samsung today published a whitepaper titled “Private Networks with Samsung Compact Core”, which introduces the key features and benefits of Samsung’s core solution for private networks.
12/24/2020 | By
SK Telecom today announced the launch of ‘SKT 5GX Edge,’ the first 5G edge cloud service in Korea, in collaboration with Amazon Web Services. Using AWS Wavelength at the edge of the 5G multi-access edge computing (MEC) networks, SKT 5GX Edge enables customers to build mobile applications that require ultra-low latency.
10/21/2020 | By
Samsung Electronics. Co. Ltd. and Kyocera Communication Systems Co., Ltd. announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly expand the private 5G network business in Japan.
10/08/2020 | By
Samsung and KDDI today announced an agreement to expand their collaboration in 5G network business in Japan. With this collaboration, the companies will verify and assess optimal 5G network solutions for enterprises to improve user experiences and enhance productivity.
09/28/2020 | By
Samsung today announced an agreement to collaborate with Microsoft on an end-to-end, cloud-based private 5G network solution. As a part of this collaboration, the two companies plan to advance the virtualization of 5G solutions, which will include the deployment of Samsung’s virtualized RAN, virtualized Core, and Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) technologies on Microsoft Azure.
09/24/2020 | By
Samsung Electronics. Co. Ltd. today unveiled a new integrated 5G mmWave small cell for indoor use as part of the company’s full suite of 5G in-building products, Samsung Link.
09/23/2020 | By
Samsung Electronics and KDDI today announced the successful completion of the first 5G end-to-end (E2E) network slicing demonstration with a RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) in Tokyo, Japan. The companies showed a glimpse of various new use cases using 5G E2E network slicing on a virtual network that ties together Samsung’s virtualized core, virtualized RAN, and orchestration.