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Singtel unveils 5G platform offering edge computing and cloud services

Paragon reduces the complexity and time needed to adopt 5G.

Singtel has launched Paragon, the industry’s first all-in-one orchestration platform for 5G edge computing and cloud services. 

Developed in-house, Paragon enables enterprises to tap into Singtel’s 5G network to activate network slices on demand, deploy mission-critical applications on Singtel MEC or multi-access edge compute, as well as access a robust ecosystem of partner applications. 

Without an all-in-one solution like Paragon, enterprises have to juggle multiple tools to manage their network connectivity, cloud and application lifecycle at the edge, the telecom company said. 

Using Paragon reportedly reduces the complexity and time needed to adopt 5G MEC and low latency applications and services—lowering the barriers to entry for enterprises, enabling faster deployment of use cases while removing considerable operational and cost overheads, according to Singtel.

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