Rakuten Symphony is a company that truly lives up to the moniker ‘innovative revolutionaries’.
Often, you find that companies spot a gap in the market and then idealise the fastest, cheapest way of filling that gap – but not Rakuten Symphony, which is taking a new technology approach, proven by Rakuten Mobile in Japan, and delivering it globally. The company has married its knowledge with an automated approach that can be leveraged by any mobile operator, creating unique opportunities for its Symworld Cloud offering, including for private 5G deployments.
“Private 5G needs to be looked at from the perspective of connectivity as well as the use cases that it serves, explains Partha Seetala, President of Rakuten Symphony’s Unified Cloud Business Unit
“By combining innovations in storage, networking, computation and application management into a cloud-native Kubernetes-based architecture, Symworld Cloud provides the highest-performing, most cost-efficient solution.
“From a use case perspective, once a connectivity issue is solved, enterprises want to deploy more domain-centric workloads, like video analytics or apps churning a lot of data. That’s where Symworld Cloud shines – it addresses network and storage-based workload needs.
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