To extract full value from private 5G and other advanced networks (LTE,5G, Wi-Fi 6), Shabodi actively collaborates with an ecosystem that encompasses Network Equipment Providers (NEP), Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), application vendors, and systems integrators.
As part of this collaborative effort and Shabodi’s eco-system approach to building the future of advanced networks, Shabodi has completed the integration with another 5G core provider, Ataya, to implement network-aware applications for industry use cases.
Shabodi’s Application Enablement Platform (AEP) significantly boosts the performance of industrial applications on private advanced networks. It enables applications to dynamically adjust traffic paths, modify bandwidth and other resources in real time.
When integrated with Ataya’s Harmony Universal Connectivity Platform, these capabilities extend beyond Ataya’s 5G core to devices connecting over other access technologies, including Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and legacy IoT. Together, Ataya and Shabodi deliver a comprehensive solution that offers a unified dashboard for network management. This allows industrial sector network operators to visualize devices across all transports, establish standard fine-grained policies, and access intelligent APIs, simplifying the development and implementation of network-aware applications. The result is accelerated network deployments and intelligent, network-aware, purpose-built applications that maximize immediate and long-term customer investments in advance network deployments.
Shabodi and Ataya solution overview
Click here to see the quick demo of the Ataya-Shabodi solution where the network-aware application dynamically requests bandwidth when it detects motion. It allows several additional cameras to be deployed on the same network, increasing the network’s efficiency.
This joint solution shows the immense potential of “network-aware” applications in unleashing the power of advanced networks and enabling use cases within multiple industries such as AR, VR, cameras, drones, and sensors.