The US Department of Defense (DoD) views 5G as an important technology and plans to make significant investments. The DoD also wants to support 5G startups. As part of these initiatives, the DoD is holding an event titled "NSIN STARTS presents: Navy & Marine Corps 5G". In this event, there will be a series of keynote presentations outlining the DoD's 5G strategy. In addition, 10 startups will be providing their pitch in an effort to win a $50,000 award. Aarna Networks was fortunate enough to be chosen to compete. The event is next week on October 27, 2020 from 10:00AM to 5:00PM PDT.
The above startups have been asked to explain how they solve one of four 5G problems: autonomous vehicles, sensor suites, 5G relay, and other 5G enabled technology. We will present how the Aarna Networks Multi Cluster Orchestration Platform (AMCOP) produdct solves the 5G relay problem. In the 5G relay problem, the DoD "seeks to dynamically extend the reach of static 5G infrastructure through mobile 5G relay nodes." In reality, all 5G problems need orchestration, lifecycle management, and automation of network services and edge computing applications; however, in this problem, more so than others, needs a fully automated solution. Imagine setting up a 5G network in the field with manual steps that for example require kubectl commands. That's simply not going to happen and that's where AMCOP comes in!
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