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JPL, Subex partner to augment 5G product lineup

To offer an end-to-end 5G solution for global markets, Jio on Monday said, it has signed a strategic go-to-market partnership with Optiva, a Canadian provider of business support systems (BSS) services

Jio Platforms Limited (JPL) has partnered with Subex for its ‘HyperSense’ AI solution to augment its 5G product lineup. The latter is a telecom analytics solutions provider.

HyperSense “can enable telcos to deliver on the promise of artificial intelligence (AI) across the data value chain”, the companies said in a joint statement.

As per the collaboration, for enabling closed-loop network automation, product performance and customer experience analytics, JPL will offer its Cloud Native fifth generation Core to telcos globally along with Subex’s HyperSense.

JPL, established in October 2019 as a wholly-owned unit of Reliance, houses the Mukesh Ambani-owned group’s telecom business Reliance Jio Infocomm, the largest in the country, and other digital properties and investments.

Using technologies such as machine learning and AI, Subex’s HyperSense Platform is a unified data analytics and AI orchestration platform.

“The JPL and Subex partnership provides new opportunities to enable end to end 5G services for enterprises and consumers. JPL’s 5G stack complements the digital monetisation platforms of Subex to enable a wide range of 5G use cases,” said Aayush Bhatnagar, Senior Vice President of Jio Platforms.

Telecom market leader Reliance Jio has acquired spectrum in the 700MHz, 800MHz, 1800MHz, 3300MHz and 26GHz bands for 20 years at a cost of INR 88,078 crore in India’s first fifth generation spectrum auction. The telco in a statement said it is geared for a 5G rollout in the shortest period of time.

“By combining HyperSense with Jio Platforms’ Cloud Native 5G Core, CSPs will be able to fast track their 5G journey by leveraging the power of AI. Further this partnership will allow operators to address multiple use cases around customer experience and revenue growth,” said Suresh Chintada, CTO, Subex.

To offer an end-to-end 5G solution for global markets, Jio on Monday said, it has signed a strategic go-to-market partnership with Optiva, a Canadian provider of business support systems (BSS) services.

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