CELLULAR NETWORK TECHNOLOGY
Druid's Raemis technology platform
Raemis™ – Cellular Network Technology
Druid’s cellular solutions for business are built on its Raemis™ technology platform. Raemis™ is a set of cellular software assets originally crafted by Druid’s engineers and optimised for business use cases. The Raemis™ platform harnesses 5G, 4G, 3G, 2G and Wifi radios from any vendor to implement standalone cellular core network solutions. It also integrates with mobile network operators using standard interfaces giving access to all of the radio resources of these operators.
Flexible & Easily-Integrated Cellular Technology
Some of the key differentiators of Druid’s platform are:
Built-in REST API
Raemis™ components are engineered from the ground up with a built-in API. The Raemis™ platform facilitates exposing the internal state of the platform easily using a HTTP API based on REST principles. This makes Druid solutions very friendly to integration with external enterprise applications and enables a dynamic best-in-class user interface to Druid’s solutions.
The Raemis™ platform builds in virtualisation support for all Druid’s solutions. Solutions can be delivered as virtual machines or even as containers with the Raemis™ built-in orchestration capabilities making it easy to deploy scalable and resilient virtualised solutions for business.
Since Druid has implemented the Raemis™ platform from scratch, it is in full possession of all the IPR and know how in the platform. This makes it easy for Druid to customise the platform for particular business use cases.
5G Migration path
Raemis™ provides an easy migration path from LTE to 5G NSA and onwards from 5G NSA to 5G SA. The same Raemis platform can be used for all these
technologies, even at the same time, with a common integration of the private cellular network to the enterprise network.
4G/5G Network Slicing
Raemis Network Administrators will not notice much difference in adding 5G radio coverage to their private LTE networks. The Raemis private LTE core network has already sliced 4G into individual dedicated networks enabling separated QoS and security for specific groups of users. The 5G RAN only enhances this capability, offering additional levels of separation for QoS and security. It also offers enhanced throughput and lower latency, all with same easy to use interface and a direct upgrade path from the 4G deployments to support 5G.