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InterDigital announces mobile Edge computing 5G network architecture trial

Monday 14 August 2017 | 10:54 CET | News
InterDigital, a mobile technology research and development R&D company, announced the successful result of what it calls the world's first Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) trial based on new IP networking technology expected to form part of the 5G network architecture. Designed as an internet-enabled treasure hunt in the central part of Bristol, the three-week, real-world joint trial showcases InterDigital's Flexible-IP services (Flips) platform. The company said the trial demonstrates significant performance improvements that are crucial for the success of MEC services.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: InterDigital
Countries: World
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