Sooktha is showcasing a range of products at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Included will be 4G LTE, NB-IoT, and 5G solutions.
According to Sooktha, the Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) and 5G will initially co-exist with 4G LTE to enable a smooth migration. Sooktha has added NB-IoT and 5G capability to its LTE solutions that have been proven in both the test and the infrastructure segments. Sooktha’s portfolio of 4G LTE, NB-IoT and 5G solutions with patented Wi-Fi mesh connectivity enables coexistence and covers a gamut of applications in next generation networks, including consumer broadband, Internet of Things, and mission critical applications.
Sooktha’s end-to-end solution portfolio includes the UE, 4G LTE eNodeB, 5G NR gNodeB, 4G EPC and 5G NGC. These solutions are built completely with Indian home-grown components, including the base band processing (PHY). Sooktha reckons its product range enables it to address multiple segments such as Commercial Network Infrastructure, Private Networks, Railways, Public Safety, Satellite Communications, Defense & Aerospace, and Test & Measurement.
“The 3GPP 5G specifications allow for a wide range of applications supported by different network and deployment architectures, which is effectively covered by the Sooktha Smart Base Station solutions with their configurability and dynamic management,” according to Sooktha CEO Balaji Rangaswamy. “The extension of our proven LTE Advanced Smart Base Station solution to support NB-IoT and 5G, coupled with our UE and Core Network solutions constitutes an end-to-end next generation network, which allows quick adoption and customisation of next generation technologies for multiple segments.”