NTT claims major 5G advance
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Technology provider NTT has launched the PG5, whIch it describes as a “the first globally available private LTE/5G Network-as-a-Service platform.”

Giving an overview of the product, a spokesperson for the company said: “NTT Private 5G is purpose-built to solve enterprise business challenges with a platform that goes beyond connectivity, providing security, device and edge management, application development, big data analytics and deep back-office integration.” The solution is designed to offer “a single end-to-end management and service creation platform.”

The spokesperson continued: “Running on cloud-native architecture, the platform can be delivered via cloud, on-premises, or at the edge. The platform is pre-integrated with leading network and software partners. [It also includes] patent MicroSlicing technology.”

Shahid Ahmed, NTT EVP new ventures and innovation, said: “Global enterprises are looking for a single private 5G solution to deploy across multiple countries. They need one truly private network, one point of accountability, one management platform, and one solution partner that eliminates all the major friction points across the entire global footprint of the enterprise.

“Our P5G offering supports many of the CXO requirements today, and we will continue to invest in P5G as enterprise adoption evolves.”

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