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EdgeQ revealed today it has begun sampling a 5G base station-on-a-chip that allows AI inference engines to run at the network edge. The goal is to make it less costly to build enterprise-grade 5G access points, as well as radio units and distributed units that make up an open radio access network.

The choice EdgeQ made to create a base station that can be deployed as a system-on-chip (SOC) platform also reduces the time and effort providers of wireless networks need to create physical layer software that governs all the essential protocols and features of an integrated 4G/5G network, said EdgeQ CEO Vinay Ravuri.

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