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infosys 5g-as-a-service: Infosys rolls out private 5G-as-a-service for enterprise clients

Infosys on Monday announced the rollout of private 5G-as-a-service to accelerate business value for its enterprise clients worldwide.

Infosys’ private 5G-as-a-service delivers a flexible pay-as-you-go solution for clients, according to its exchange filing. Infosys’ wireless 5G expertise and its private network management solution ensure high bandwidth, low latency, and reliable wireless connectivity for enterprises, it added.

The private 5G-as-a-service is customised to the specific needs of clients and is implemented in an agile and timebound manner.

“To reduce the complexity of deployment, Infosys has pre-integrated the 5G stack from multiple product vendors and tested for use case requirements. Private 5G-as-a-service is managed using unified management solution, providing real-time insights of operation and performance of the 5G private network,” the filing said.

Infosys’ private 5G-as-a-service incorporates multi-access edge computing (MEC), which reduces network lag by minimising the time required for data processing.

This enables a much more reliable network operation for high-bandwidth enterprise use cases such as remote-guided vehicles, drone-based real-time analytics, high-definition media & video analytics, metaverse solutions and a variety of IoT/industrial IoT applications.

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Infosys’ collaboration with its partner ecosystem offers reduced time-to-market and total cost of ownership of Private 5G rollout to its clients. “Today’s changing market dynamics, disruptive business models, and regulatory compliances need an effective strategy to accelerate digital transformation through 5G adoption. At Infosys, we are leveraging our global 5G expertise to deliver reliable, secure, and cost-effective private 5G as-a-service, with an agile delivery approach. This is aimed at supporting our clients in their transformation journey and help them derive business benefits,” said Dinesh Rao, executive vice president, co-head of delivery, Infosys.

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