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The Challenge of High Compute Plans

by | Mar 2, 2022

Networks span across multiple industrial market segments, which also includes various technologies. With an entanglement of technologies and deployments, it becomes imperative that we can keep up with the demands of the network owners.

Cloud is already a reality in the Telecom world, with technological advances such as C-RAN, Virtualized Core and MEC. Given the various complexities, it is vital that there is an alignment operationally and data flow is flexible between the different stages of RAN.

The ability to plan the network within the various stages of each technology lifecycle can be a cumbersome and complex exercise. The RF planner needs to be able to control and trust the platform they are using to provide accuracy and full visibility of the planned network.

The needs of each market segment such as Telcos, Railways, Smart Grid, and Public Safety differ but ultimately bring the same expectation to the table:. The expectation of a trusted, highly accurate, time-saving and reliable solution to fit their needs to serve their customers.

This reliable and trusted solution is EDX Wireless’s Cirrus Platform, bringing forth to the market the first cloud platform for RF planning and tackling the challenges faced in various network planning for all market segments.

Rollouts of 5G nationwide, massive number of Smart Meters/devices in smaller regions, growth of traffic demands, growing hot spots in markets globally, in all cases analysis will be compute intensive, where the traditional desktop planning solutions will experience slow performance, latency, and bottleneck of the system.

The Cirrus Platform overcomes these issues by leveraging its sophisticated cloud engine that is equipped to run full nationwide geographical areas, with high-resolution map data returning clear & concise coverage maps.

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