Indian software and digital developer PureSoftware has opened a 5G innovation lab 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 company 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.”