As 5G and 6G networks continue to evolve, we are exploring new technologies to improve network performance and provide better connectivity. Private small cells, edge computing, software virtualization, are all technologies that are changing the way we think about wireless networks.

Private 5G small cells are low-powered base stations that can be used to provide wireless coverage in specific areas. These cells can be used to enhance coverage in indoor environments or in areas where traditional cell towers are not feasible or available. With private small cells, Sma-RTy can provide a secure and reliable wireless network to connect intelligent systems for the most advanced applications.


Edge computing is another technology that is becoming increasingly important in wireless networks. By processing data at the edge of the network, rather than sending it to a centralized location, businesses can reduce latency and improve network performance. This is particularly important in applications such as autonomous vehicles and industrial automation, where even a small delay in data processing can have serious consequences.

Multi-hop communications are another area where wireless networks are evolving. By allowing devices to communicate with each other directly, rather than through a remote hub, we can create more efficient and resilient networks. This can be particularly useful in applications such as disaster response, where traditional communication networks may be unavailable or unreliable.