Paradise Mobile chooses Amazon Web Services
New mobile network operator Paradise Mobile will be using Amazon Web Services Inc as its preferred cloud provider to help build an Open RAN 4G/5G network to provide Bermuda with innovative services.
Open RAN is a technical term for standards for Radio Access Network interfaces that support interoperability between vendors’ gear and facilitate cost-effective network flexibility.
Sam Tabbara, co-founder and chief executive officer of Paradise Mobile, said: “We see Amazon as a strategic long-term collaborator who shares our vision and values, and has the ability to significantly accelerate our road map of innovative new products and services we want to launch in Bermuda. This relationship will allow us to provide our customers with the best possible experience and create a hub for internet of things innovation in Bermuda and beyond.”
He said Paradise Mobile is working to bring AWS services to the island, to provide local businesses and innovators in the IoT industry the necessary tools and infrastructure to rapidly develop, test and deploy cutting-edge products and services.
“The new environment will provide the ability for a secure, scalable and high-performance network, optimised for businesses to develop and launch their next big thing,” he said.
The new IoT environment will also provide businesses with access to a wide range of AWS services. These services will give businesses the ability to process and analyse vast amounts of data in real time, enabling them to create new and innovative products and services.
“Leveraging AWS helps reduce time-to-market as well as create a new path to deliver innovation to customers,” Sameer Vuyyuru, head of worldwide business development at AWS, said. “Our work with Paradise Mobile will not only help Paradise Mobile rapidly build, scale and manage its mobile network but also offer secure solutions to accelerate innovation across Bermuda.”
Paradise Mobile is building a next-generation wireless net network in Bermuda, followed by other CARICOM markets to be announced in the near future.
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