Argela’s and Quortus Mobile Edge Computing Healthcare Proof of Concept Accepted by ETSI
Project demonstrating network slicing and open access at the network edge will debut at MEC World Congress in September
Guildford, UK – 27 July 2016 Quortus today announced that the proof of concept (PoC) proposal ‘Healthcare – Dynamic Hospital User, IoT and Alert Status Management’ submitted by the company and two collaborators has been accepted by ETSI’s Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC).
The PoC, created in partnership with infrastructure provider Argela and operator Türk Telekom, considers a typical healthcare use-case, deploying edge intelligence and dynamic network configuration capabilities – including network slicing – to optimize communication services in a hospital environment. It leverages Quortus’ many years of experience in the field of enterprise edge-of-network architectures in an approach that enables innovation while aligning with the initial architecture framework proposed by the ETSI MEC ecosystem.
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