NexNet’s Private 5G solutions incorporate features such as an enhanced network slicing, a flexible policy engine that ensures security, low-latency bandwidth, granularity, and a platform-agnostic, microservice-based, cloud native infrastructure. NexNet’s Private 5G solution offers unique, customized, optimized, and secure connectivity that delivers real life ROI that aren’t limited to just telecommunication companies. From Energy, Healthcare monitoring to addressing human-centric data driven apps such as Virtual and Augmented reality, Gaming, Multimedia access, and massive IoT – NexNet’s flexible ecosystem is sure to deliver. 

NexNet Solution aims to provide what Service Providers and End Users truly need: optimized operational efficiency, robust security, and an intelligent management protocol that not only assists the transition from 4G to 5G, but ultimately provides seamless operations on an efficient scale and various use cases in Smart Cities, Industrial IoT, Gaming and Entertainment, and so much more. NexNet’s E2E, multi-band radio solution, and affordable implementation of Private 5G will help address multiple deployment use cases worldwide and expand 5G’s limitless potential. 

Our 5G is built on a cloud-native architecture which implements the highest standard of AUSF configuration that supports expandability between operations and management, as well as revenue generation. Operators and end users alike would certainly reap the rewards of utilizing 5G’s newly operational, transformative, and scalable service based architecture that NexNet is able to provide. 

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5G Use Cases:

  • - Traffic Management and Security
    - Safety - FaceMask detection & Social distancing (Covid), Face Identification
    - Autonomous vehicle networks
    - Real-time quality control
    - Retail
  • - Smart City
    - Industry 4.0
    - GPS - Location-based AR
    - Tourism
    - Education and Healthcare
  • - Preventative Maintenance
    - Operation Streamlining
    - Logistics
    - Micro-mobility and shared mobility
    - Unmanned vehicles
    - mMTC (massive Machine Type of Communications)
  • - Space and defense
    - Management of critical infrastructures on free zones, ports, and airports
    - Fleet management
  • - Edge cloud gaming
    - Private communications
    - MCPTT
    - Virtual Video Wall for touristic spots
    - Social media sharing

Our Solution Includes:

  • 5G-enabled wireless solutions for: telcos, enterprises and governments. Incl. small cells, outdoor multi-band radio and Open RAN standards complaint WiFi-6 solutions

  • AUSF is used to facilitate 5G security processes and performs authentication with a UE (user equipment). It implements two-way authentication but relies on backend service for computing the authentication data and keying materials when 5G-AKA or EAP-AKA’ is used.
  • Termination of NAS signalling, ciphering, and integrity protection, registration management, connection management, mobility management, access authentication and authorization, security context management.
  • Is responsible for interacting with the decoupled data plane, selecting an appropriate UPF, requests subscription information from UDM, and support for interfacing with the network charging system.
  • UDM hosts functions related to data management, such as the Authentication Credential Repository and Processing Function (ARPF), which computes the authentication data and Keys for the AUSF whenever required as well as featuring user tag handling and more.
  • UDR is a converged repository of subscriber information and can be used to service a number of network functions. It offers a unified database for service authorization, policy data, storing application, authentication, subscription, session binding and more.
  • PCF supports policy rules for application and service data flow detection, gating, and flow-based charging to the SMF, provides real-time management of subscribers, applications, and network resources based on the business rules configured by service providers.
  • NSSF selects the Network Slice Instance (NSI) based on information provided during UE. It determines the allowed network slice selection assistance information (NSSAI) and sets AMF to serve the UE.
  • NRF provides a single record of all network functions (NF) available. The NRF allows 5G NFs to register and discover each other via a standards-based API.
  • Subscriber Integration

  • Subscription Provisioning

  • SIM Card Enablement

  • Edge compute for new applications such as IoT, V2X, AR and video

  • Video Analytics - Object Classification, Face Recognition, Facemask Detection, Social Distancing

  • Augmented Reality - Industry, Tourism

  • Outdoor Location

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