|Name of innovation||Overview||Problem addressed|
|5G O-RAN Base Station technologies||An emerging 5G network deployment and business model that enables open, virtualised, and fully interoperable RAN, bringing more options for mobile operators.||Limited choice of network equipment, high CAPEX and low deployment flexibility of equipment. Network resources not efficiently utilised, affecting user experience.|
|5G Spectrum Sharing Technology||Sharing licensed and unlicensed bands enhances 5G spectrum utilisation and reduces spectrum licence & equipment costs. Together with ASTRI’s independent consultation services, these advantages are encouraging enterprise 5G infrastructure deployment.||Wideband 5G services require the use of a large amount of spectrum. 5G licensed cellular bands are limited and expensive. The major costs of 5G services are the spectrum licensing fee and new equipment cost. Both are high. Industry attention is focused on the public network, with little attention to and support for private and enterprise network deployment.|
|5G Standalone (SA) Core Network||A cloud-native and container-based standalone (SA) 5G core network allowing reliable and secure connectivity to network services and high performance UPF with ground-breaking throughput.||Reliable, secure, ultra-low latency, high throughput, higher deployment agility and flexibility are just a few features offered by a 5G Core. With a 5G Core, the mobile communication experience can be greatly enhanced, with better end user experience, quicker service to market time, simplified network operations and improved network capabilities. Vertical and enterprise markets can benefit from lower costs and more flexible deployments, with options of end-to-end network slicing, edge computing, scaling and upgrades.|
|End-to-end V2X System||An End-to-end Multi-tier vehicle to everything system with low-latency and reliable communications, which can enhance road safety and traffic efficiency.||Smart Mobility is crucial for road safety and traffic efficiency;|
A fast, safe, and reliable network with low latency is required for connected vehicles, pedestrians, and road infrastructures to share road safety information;
A central management system is required to manage V2X devices and provide different services. However, it's usually deployed in a data center, which will increase communication latency.