Net AI presents its mobile traffic analysis and demand estimation tool at Mobile World Congress

Edinburgh, Scotland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The current demand for network infrastructure is increasing sharply. As new applications appear daily, putting increased pressure on our infrastructure, telecom operators must have greater visibility into mobile traffic patterns to provide greater efficiency, reduce future CAPEX and increase profitability.

Net AI’s mission is to put mobile network management on autopilot in the cloud. The company’s first-of-its-kind technology provides real-time AI-based service demand estimation with low complexity and high accuracy, while being non-intrusive.

The deployment of 5G and the applications it enables will increase the complexity of the network to the point that it will no longer become viable for humans to operate and optimize the network manually. The infrastructure must be able to operate at machine speed and learn as it goes, which is why the O-RAN alliance calls for integrating intelligence at all levels of the network. Net AI’s technology is at the forefront of automation and fits perfectly into this framework. O-RAN creates opportunities to advance this technology within the expanding participant universe, delivering significant value to operators in combination with various flow management and resource allocation services.

Mobile operators can deploy Net AI solutions at the cell and/or core level, providing end-to-end visibility into resource utilization. Having such knowledge of traffic consumption per service in real time allows them to determine where best to place network functions/computing units.

Net AI CEO and co-founder Dr. Paul Patras led the Mobile Intelligence Lab and Internet of Things research program at the University of Edinburgh’s School of Informatics. An expert in Mobile Intelligence, a cross between mobile networks and AI, Paul’s years of research in this field led to the creation of the pioneering traffic analysis technology of Net AI.

“We are seeing significant changes in the telecommunications sector with the deployment of 5G and the growing appetite of operators for cloud/edge computing and artificial intelligence. Net AI is excited to ride this wave and we are very keen to engage with potential early adopters of our technology.” said Doctor Patras.

Net AI is at this week’s MWC event (Hall 6, Booth 6C31.9) to showcase the capabilities of its innovative technology on the global stage, connecting with those who want to stay ahead, be competitive in their markets and provide superior quality services to their customers.

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Charles J. Kaplan