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Cyberport, Ericsson, SmarTone, Unissoft to build MEC deployment scenario at Cyberport campus

Wednesday 4 August 2021 | 09:48 CET | News
Cyberport, Unissoft - Cyberport Incubation Programme Alumni, SmarTone, and Ericsson have announced a partnership to build Hong Kong's first Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) deployment scenario at the Cyberport campus. Developed by Unissoft and supported by a 5G MEC system architecture designed by SmarTone, this deployment scenario combines SmarTone's 5G network with the Ericsson Enterprise Edge Link. The first use case will be the Pet Monitoring System at Arcade@Cyberport, estimated to be operational in October this year.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ericsson / SmarTone
Countries: Hong Kong
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