Wireless / Telecom
5G is the first generation of mobile networks that is by design addressing the wide range of needs of the vertical industries. 5G offers unlimited mobile broadband experience, provides massive connectivity for everything from human-held smart devices to sensors and machines, and most importantly, it has the ability to support critical machine communications with instant action and ultra-high reliability.
In other words, the three pillars of 5G – ultra low latency, ubiquitous connectivity and massive data capacity.
Wireless communication generations
1G – The first generation of telecom networks (1979), let us talk to each other and be mobile
2G – Digital networks (1991) let us send messages and travel (with roaming services)
3G – Brought a better mobile internet experience (with limited success)
4G – Networks brought all-IP services (Voice and Data), a fast broadband internet experience, with unified networks architectures and protocols
5G – Networks expand broadband wireless services beyond mobile internet to IoT and critical communications segments
|Technology||Analog Cellular||Digital Cellular||GPRS, EDGE, CDMA||CDMA200 (1XRTT, EVDO), UMTS, EDGE||WiMax, LTE, WiFi||LTE-A, OMA, NOMA|
|Service||Voice only services||Voice and Data services, SMS||-||Integrated High Quality Audio, Video and Data||High Speed, High Quality Voice over IP, HD video conferencing, HD multimedia streaming, Wearable Devices, Internet Of Things||Super fast mobile internet, Low laency network for mission critical applications, Security and Survelliance, Autonomous driving, Smart healthcare applications|
|Switching||Circuit||Circuit, Packet||Packet||Packet||All Packet||All Packet|
|Core Network||PSTN||PSTN||PSTN||Packet NW||Internet||Internet|
Global 5G services market size was valued
CAGR from 2021 to 2028
Source: Grand view research, 5G Services Market Size, Global Industry Report, 2021-2028
What We Offer
Deriving new platforms from main platform to address adjacent segments.
Reference design for derivative platforms for certifications and customer demo.
Ownership of platform maintenance for L1 FW, protocol stack and customer interface layers.
Feature enhancements to support new services and 3GPP change requests.
Automation of test methods to improve validation and productization support.
Test coverage improvement and continuous validation.
Bug fix and customer support.