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Quortus and Lime shake up the mobile chain again, with vEPC as an app

One of the pioneers of edge computing in the mobile environment is UK-based Quortus, whose central offering is a virtualized evolved packet core (vEPC) that can be run on very small footprint hardware including a small cell or an edge server within a backpack (or even a Raspberry Pi). Now the company has gone a step further with PocketEPC, an app-based solution which will greatly simplify the deployment of cellular networks. The Quortus vEPC supports self-contained, localized mobile networks which can carry out many functions for an enterprise or remote location, while still linking to the main MNO core when required. Increasingly, this model – localized subnets enabled by edge computing and often by shared spectrum – will be important…

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