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DeepSig and HTC Group Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Collaborate on Advanced AI Technology for Private 5G Networks

Posted by Summer Wilcox on Apr 3, 2023 10:29:22 AM

Partnership will Integrate DeepSig’s OmniPHY® 5G Software into HTC's G REIGNS 5G Private Networks

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA USA. — DeepSig, experts in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in wireless communications and HTC G REIGNS, provider of 5G Open RAN-compliant and cloud native vRAN solutions, today announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The partnership agreement includes integration of DeepSig’s OmniPHY® 5G software into G REIGNS’ world-class private mobile networks and further AI-driven vRAN collaborations.

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DeepSig Demonstrates 5G AI-Native Massive MIMO Open RAN Performance Improvement Milestone with Intel’s FlexRAN Reference Architecture

Posted by DeepSig on Mar 14, 2023 9:38:06 AM

Demonstration Showed Faster and More Accurate Massive MIMO Performance for 5G Open RAN

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA USA. —DeepSig, experts in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) innovation in wireless communications, today announced that it hit a joint milestone in Open radio access networks (RAN) 5G Massive MIMO (mMIMO) performance leveraging Intel’s FlexRAN reference architecture. 

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Introducing DeepSig's Training Cluster for AI-Native Wireless Communications

Posted by DeepSig on Sep 16, 2022 6:40:29 PM

Developing AI to build the next generation of wireless communications requires advanced new computers capable of simulating the electromagnetic spectrum around us. DeepSig has designed and built our in-house training cluster for AI-native wireless communications to further advance the AI research and development of our software products. The training cluster, or supercomputer, is used for AutoML and part of our MLOps process to ensure our customers are getting finely tuned models that generalize across an extensive range of RF conditions and datasets. 

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