Thursday, October 7, 2021

Ananki startup tries to simplify private 5G

A startup using open-source components to offer software-defined private 5G as a service hopes to attract enterprises with an architecture that it says is as simple as Wi-Fi's.

Called Ananki, the company requires little of enterprises in order to deploy the service: Customers set up small-cell 5G radios on-site, point them toward a cloud network running the Ananki software, install SIMs on the enterprise hardware that will tap into the service, and Ananki’s automation remotely configures the radios and provisions the SIMs.

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Thanks to Jon Gold (see source)

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