Network intelligence company Net AI unveils its new mobile traffic analysis and demand estimation tool at Mobile World Congress.
Net AI’s technology will be showcased at Hall 6, stand 6C31.9, during the MWC event. The highly capable tool named O-Ran caters to all the needs of network providers to offer better efficiency and increase their revenue.
The introduction of 5G and the applications will drastically raise network complexity, causing humans to be unable to manually run and optimize networks. That is where precisely Net AI’s newly showcased tool comes into play.
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O-RAN Alliance advocates for intelligence to be embedded at all network levels as network infrastructures must be able to learn as it goes and operate at machine speed.
Net AI’s cutting-edge technology excels in the field of automation, and it fits right in with this framework. The company’s solution can be deployed at the cell or core level, providing visibility into end-to-end resource utilization.
Mobile operators can seamlessly determine where to best arrange network functions/compute units when they have real-time knowledge of service-wise traffic consumption provided by Net AI’s technology.
Co-founder and CEO of Net AI, Paul Patras, said, “We are witnessing significant changes in the Telecom sector as 5G is being rolled out and operators’ appetite for cloud/edge computing and artificial intelligence is growing.”
He further added that the company is excited to be riding this wave, and they are very keen to engage with potential early adopters of our technology.
United Kingdom-based network intelligence firm Net AI was founded by Marco Fiore, Mark Chapman, and Paul Patras in 2021. The company is best known for developing a cloud-native platform that uses AI to provide real-time analytics, driving the optimization of virtualized mobile networks.
To date, Net AI has raised total funding of £750 thousand from investors like Techstart Ventures, Old College Capital, Edinburgh Technology Funds, and others in its pre-seed funding round.