Vicinity and Ataya showcase 5G cloud-managed intelligent network at MWC

Vicinity and Ataya showcase 5G cloud-managed intelligent network at MWC

Vicinity Technologies Limited, a wireless communication products and technologies provider, has announced the availability of its 5G cloud-managed intelligent network at the MWC 2024. This solution, it says, enables ultra-low latency 5G applications and offers numerous benefits for various industries.

Vicinity is showcasing a live and easily deployable 5G network using the 5G integrated small cells, managed by the Harmony Cloud managed 5G system from networking solutions company Ataya. The network is fully prepared for commercial deployment and can be configured to support important 5G use cases like low-latency augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR), industrial IoT, and mission-critical communications.


The manufacturing industry, says Vicinity, can greatly benefit from 5G capabilities. With increased transmission speed, network capacity, deterministic reliability, and reduced latency, 5G is a game-changing solution for industries where downtime is not an option. In the past, many manufacturers relied on wired networks for machine communication. Despite the availability of technologies like Wi-Fi and LTE, interference and complex environments made these options risky for companies requiring ultra-reliable service.

The showcase features a 5G time-sensitive network easily deployed in a factory setting, where the cloud automatically manages the 5G network with intelligent radio resource management. Network performance metrics are displayed in the Harmony dashboard, allowing users to configure the network to suit their applications.

By collaborating with Ataya, Vicinity says it enables customers to deploy well-managed 5G networks for private networks.

"Ataya Harmony platform streamlines 5G network deployment, making it compact, simple, and easy for deployment," explains Rajesh Pazhyannur, Co-Founder and CEO of Ataya Limited. "The Ataya Harmony universal connectivity platform supports Wired, WiFi and 5G devices access to the network, while policy-based access and threat control enhance network security." 


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