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Partnership with 5G-Emerge project


In an exciting leap towards the future of digital connectivity, MinWave is delighted to announce its strategic partnership with the 5G-Emerge project (https://www.5g-emerge.com/). This collaboration aims to revolutionize SATCOM (Satellite Communication) terminals and contribute to the ongoing advancements in the digital transformation landscape. ­čîÉ

The 5G-Emerge project is at the forefront of the digital revolution, merging satellite services with online delivery by leveraging the 3GPP 5G specification as a convergence technology. This initiative envisions an open multi-tenant ecosystem, seamlessly integrating Near Edges connected to Satellite Teleport with distributed Far Edges through a virtualized satellite connection to 5G base stations.

At the heart of this collaboration is MinWave’s commitment to providing an unparalleled user experience. The GEO Earth Terminal, tailored for direct-to-home application at the Ku band, is engineered to be user-friendly, ensuring seamless integration into households for enhanced connectivity.

This innovative terminal, developed in tandem with 5G-Emerge, not only embodies efficiency but also boasts a remarkably small size, making it versatile to any home network. MinWave’s dedication to creating user-centric solutions is evident in the design and functionality of this cutting-edge technology.

As the partnership unfolds, MinWave and 5G-Emerge are set to redefine the landscape of satellite communication, offering a solution that goes beyond conventional expectations. The emphasis on user-friendliness, coupled with the high efficiency and compact size of the GEO Earth Terminal, aligns with MinWave’s mission to make advanced technology accessible and practical for everyday users.

 

Stay tuned for more updates as MinWave and 5G-Emerge work in synergy to bring this user-friendly GEO Earth Terminal to the forefront of direct-to-home applications, setting new standards in the industry. This collaboration is not just a technological advancement; it’s a step towards a more connected and user-centric future.