With India getting ready to launch its 5G services later this year, Jio Platforms Limited (JPL), the telco arm of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), has tied up with Indian IT company, Subex, for its AI orchestration platform, HyperSense.
JPL will offer its cloud-native 5G core to telcos globally along with Subex's HyperSense for enabling closed-loop network automation, product performance and customer experience analytics.
According to JPL, this will enable telcos to deliver on the promise of AI across the data value chain.
Subex provides digital trust solutions to telcos; it claims 75 percent of the world’s top 50 telcos as customers.
JPL’s senior vice president Aayush Bhatnagar said the company’s cloud-native 5G core implements the new 3GPP network architecture “that will unleash the full power of 5G standalone enabling faster connectivity speeds, ultra-low latency, and network reliability”.
Bhatnagar said these capabilities, combined with network automation, network slicing and edge computing, “are instrumental to address multiple verticals and enable an ecosystem for innovation with use cases”.
He added that some of the services that JPL would offer through its 5G network include enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), ultra-reliable low latency communication (uRLLC) and machine-type communication (mMTC).
Subex’s CTO Suresh Chintada, said the company’s HyperSense platform is a unified data analytics and AI orchestration platform, using technologies such as machine learning and AI, he added.
HyperSense assists with data preparation, model building and deployment, and insight generation.
The platform also enables AI-driven real-time analytics across the 5G systems (edge/access/transport/core networks) “critical for superior customer experience, efficient operations and overall business profitability”.
"The JPL and Subex partnership provide 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 Bhatnagar.