Partnership complements core competencies in radio solutions
HMF Smart Solutions and Druid Software have announced a partnership which complements their respective core competencies in the field of private, mission-critical 4G/5G radio solutions. The 2 companies say they will cooperate more closely in the future.
The two companies announced their partnership at Critical Communications World in Vienna.
As a renowned system integrator and communications expert with more than 40 years of experience in mission-critical radio solutions, HMF Smart Solutions says it is taking professional communications to a new level with its brand new private 5G radio solution – the 5G Smart Box. The 5G Smart Box can be customised specifically for each application and is extremely flexible.
For this, HMF now has a strong partner at its side in Druid Software. Druid is an Irish based specialist in mobile cellular communications software. Druid’s core solution is based on its Raemis technology platform and can be flexibly deployed in HMF’s 5G standalone radio system. Raemis is a set of cellular software assets designed specifically from business use. The Raemis platform leverages 5G technology (also deployable in 4G and Wi-Fi) to implement standalone cellular core network solutions. It also integrates with cellular networks via standard interfaces and provides access to all operator radio resources.
Matthias Klausing, HMF CEO said: “As a partner, we are even stronger for our customers. Our joint experience enables our customers to make the digital transformation. Our 5G standalone radio system offers almost unlimited possibilities and thus meets the highest demands for a high-performance communication system of today and tomorrow.”
Liam Kenny, Druid CEO commented: ”HMF is a highly respected communications provider in the Critical Comms industry. It is a great honour for Druid to be selected as their 5G SA technology platform, a key component in HMFs 5G solutions. I am delighted to have joined them for this announcement at CCW 2022 in Vienna this week.”