Private 5G network targets smart factories and robotics

November 23, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Private 5G network targets smart factories and robotics
5G network based on a sophisticated 5G Core with proven telco-grade robustness that delivers agility for scale, speed, and secure private network provisioning.

Enea has announced that Compal Electronics, one of the largest original design manufacturers (ODMs) has deployed the Enea 5G MicroCore to manage data on its private wireless 5G network and enhance its smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 capabilities. Compal, based in Taiwan, is leveraging 5G MicroCore across a range of smart technologies including agritech, digital healthcare, robotics, and immersive gaming to utilize 5G technology.

Enea designed the 5G Microcore based on its deep telco expertise. Enterprises and telecom operators can now benefit from the best of both worlds with 5G MicroCore — a sophisticated 5G Core with proven telco-grade robustness that delivers agility for scale, speed, and secure private 5G network provisioning.

Enea’s 5G Microcore is also based on 3GPP telco standards to provide assurance for enterprises and operators that they can mix and match solutions from different vendors for complete interoperability and have unfettered, secure access to data over private wireless networks. Along with adherence to telco standards, security was another key consideration for Compal Electronics.

The ODM needed to securely authenticate and provision various devices, including Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) headsets over 5G radio and small cells. The fully virtualized 5G MicroCore provides secure authentication thanks to the integrated data management capabilities that include a Unified Data Manager (UDM), Authentication Server Function (AUSF) and User Data Repository (UDR).

“Enea is a virtualization trailblazer. We have deployed Enea’s 5G core as part of a best-of-breed strategy to benefit from interoperable data management, simplified operations and truly elastic scalability”, said JS Liang, Vice President at Compal Electronics. “Thanks to 3GPP standards, we have the freedom to select innovative companies like Enea and stay clear of vendor lock-ins!”


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