Ericsson has evolved its Cloud service with an offering optimised for edge computing which it said is to meet user demand.
The company is evolving its Cloud solution with the launch of Ericsson Edge NFVI (Network Functions Virtualisation Infrastructure), optimised for the network edge.
According to the company, Ericsson Edge NFVI will enable service providers to offer new consumer and enterprise 5G services such as augmented reality and content distribution at low cost, low latency, and high accuracy.
Ericsson Edge NFVI is part of the end-to-end managed and orchestrated distributed Cloud architecture, which Ericsson said makes it possible to distribute workloads, optimise the network and enable new services in the Cloud.
Ericsson has also introduced standalone 5G New Radio software, which it said makes for a new network architecture, delivering key benefits such as ultra-low latency and even better coverage.
Fredrik Jejdling, EVP and head of Business Area Networks, Ericsson, said: “We continue to focus our efforts on helping our customers succeed with 5G. These new solutions will allow them to follow the 5G evolution path that fits their ambitions in the simplest and most efficient way.”