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5G Core
Fii enables a robust networking experience with our stand-alone 5G Core, delivering ultra-low latency. Our 5G Core supports network slicing that allows businesses to align mission-critical IoT applications with the required latency to perform and meet such requirements. Integrated with Foxconn Network Management System (FnMS), our 5G Core is the heart that directs data flow, exchange, and signaling critical to delivering versatile IoT applications and personalized end-user experience on a mobile, fast, secure network infrastructure.
Fii CBRS wide connectivity coverage.

Anti Interference

Fii Core ensures optimized network performance with out-of-box anti-interference management to mitigate and minimize remote interference.

Easy Deployment

Fii Core supports both non-standalone and standalone deployments to support and satisfy unique business networking needs and a cost effective solution.

Exceptional Security

Fii Core implements secure authentication algorithm in compliance with 3GPP industry standards.

High Efficiency

Fii Core offers intuitive user management interface and system to provide comprehensive system monitoring and reporting capabilities.

Product Specifications
specifications Titlespecifications Description
Industry Standard 3GPP Rel15 compliance
Capacity Maximum subscribers up to 500K, Maximum BST up to 1000
Configuration Zero-touch provisioning
Deployment CPF/UPF separate deployment, PFCP local breakout, NFV cloud support
Security Authentication algorithm- 5G_HE_AKA with Milenage SIM, NAS integrity and ciphering: NIA1/2/3, NEA0/1/2/3
Operating System Linux user-space based software​
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