PaaS (Platform as a Service) virtual LTE networks for the enterprise developed with Expeto recognized by judges
The judging panel has shortlisted Quortus and Expeto for their PaaS virtual LTE network solution, the first commercially available PaaS solution that gives enterprises and other organizations complete IT-style control of their cellular communications. The solution has already been commercially deployed in conjunction with a major multi-national natural resources concern and its cellular network provider in the Asia-Pacific region, using small cells to serve rural and remote locations with advanced communications services. Its deployment demonstrates that similar small cell-based solutions can be applied across the enterprise environment, as well as in rural and remote locations.
The award winners will be announced at the Small Cells World Summit where an awards ceremony presentation will be held on 23rd May. The full list of awards categories and finalists can be found at: http://www.smallcellforum.org/awards-2/shortlist-2017/
The Quortus / Expeto solution implements a secure, trusted, dynamically-configurable communications architecture at the edge of the wireless network, offering customers IT-style control and manipulation of traffic. This allows the creation of a virtual network slice per service, and delivers a feature set closely tailored to the requirements of IoT providers and enterprises seeking to optimize their use of mobile technology.
Quortus enables flexible, agile mobile communications networks that provide a foundation for innovative services tailored to a diverse range of end customers. Its award winning EdgeCentrix (ECX) virtualized mobile core solutions help increase operator margin and ‘stickiness’. They interwork gracefully with existing mobile networks, with small cell and HetNet architectures and with standard IT infrastructure, to create truly integrated communications platforms. Quortus’ ECX products are highly scalable and can be hosted anywhere – in the cloud, at the network edge, or deeply embedded alongside a cellular radio in a single-chip implementation.