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Solution Description

5G powers the future, the opportunity comes from the industry’s private network

The industry believes that unlike 3G/4G, which focuses on mass-oriented mobile communication services, the biggest market opportunity for 5G comes from private networks in vertical industries. According to a study, the digitization process of the vertical application industry through 5G in 2026 will bring more than US$1.32 trillion in business opportunities for various system equipment, operators, and other ICT industry players.

There are three typical application scenarios for 5G: eMBB (enhanced Mobile BroadBand), mMTC (Massive Machine Type Communication) and uRLLC (Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communication). Among them, eMBB is an upgraded version of the current 4G technology with stronger performance in terms of traffic and bandwidth to support higher and faster content transmission and processing. mMTC and uRLLC are the two scenarios that embody the greater appeal of 5G, meaning that 5G targets more industrial applications and adapts to the requirements of vertical industry scenarios for ubiquitous interconnection and high reliability performance.

Lightweight, cost-effective and X86/ARM dual platform supported industry private network solution

5G private networks can provide ultra-low latency and ultra-high bandwidth and high-capacity access to support applications driven by artificial intelligence to serve a massive of sensors and endpoints. With a distributed cloud architecture, business applications and data can be deployed on different infrastructures, including local servers, private clouds, and public clouds, depending on the industry application.

Agrand technologies provides cost-effective standardized core network platforms that can be deployed on standard X86 or ARM platform servers or public clouds, thus reducing costs. In addition, our core network products support third-party wireless base station providers and other network function software, which are not limited to a single vendor and can be flexibly combined for private network deployment.

The network in standalone private network mode can operate in isolation from the public network, thus achieving physical ownership, local control of all components and absolute security of data without relying on external data centers.

Compact 5G core network equipment
Function5G eMBB service, VoNR (Voice call, video call, dispatch)
CapabilitySupports connection of 8 small gNBs
Size183W x 142.2D x 82.4H mm
Compact LTE core network equipment
FunctionLTE data services, VoLTE (voice, HD video, dispatch)
CapabilitySupports connection of 8 small eNBs
Size183W x 142.2D x 82.4H mm

Key Benefits

Virtualization and containerization, deployable in public or private cloud platform

Complies with 3GPP standards, provides full-featured features, and supports docking of third-party devices

Infrastructure standardized, support X86 and ARM dual platform

Can provide custom development services to meet customers’ individual needs

Application Scenarios








Cruise/Ship, etc.


Case Study

A coal mine private 4G network
  • Mobile communications services: mobile voice and data communications services for employee voice calls and Internet access
  • Terrestrial mobile radio communications integration/migration
  • Mobile business applications
  • Video surveillance
  • Telemetry/remote capture
  • Dispatch (requires dispatch console cooperation)

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