PureSoftware establishes 5G development lab targeting autonomous mobility

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A 5G innovation lab has been opened by Indian software and digital developer PureSoftware, in Noida, India, to streamline its 5G IP stack development, solution testing and performance validation. PureSoftware says that, through the lab, it aims to provide industry-specific 5GNR RU and Integrated Small Cell solutions for use cases across a variety of industries including autonomous mobility.

The firm says further development of its 5G products will bring energy efficient implementations, introduce a low cost of ownership, and quick time to market, as well as deliver higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, increased availability, higher reliability, ultra-low latency networks with consistent user experience.

Anil Baid, founder and chief strategy officer at PureSoftware, said, “5G holds a lot of potential for companies of every size. Through the 5G lab, we are committed to cultivating 5G technology to usher in a connected economy. It will serve as a launchpad for impactful, transformational experiences. Our strong and proven expertise in embedded services since 2006 helped us create Arttha5G, which has been helping our customers worldwide in accelerating 5G deployments.”
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