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Support for the project 5G Bavaria

siticom provides the platform for the cellular campus network in the 5G Bavaria project.


Siticom GmbH, an independent system integrator since 2010, is installing a self-sufficient 5G standalone campus solution at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS in Nuremberg and Erlangen. This project is part of the '5G Bavaria' initiative, funded by the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Energy, and Technology. The initiative provides companies with opportunities to simulate and test new functionalities in a 5G context, transitioning from research to industrial applications.

Siticom's open 5G Stand Alone Campus solution, based on cloud-native architecture, allows companies to implement and test digital applications with open interfaces. The solution employs a service-based architecture for standardized interfaces to core functions, virtualizing the 5G core applications in a scalable multi-access edge computing infrastructure. The Radio Access Network (RAN) follows O-RAN Alliance recommendations, meeting Fraunhofer IIS's requirements for low latency and high data throughput in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.

The '5G Bavaria' project supports companies in developing and testing applications with the latest mobile technology for digitizing industrial processes. The open system and network architecture offer flexibility for network elements, service functions, and 5G network slicing, allowing individual data rates, speeds, and capacities for users and applications.

The initiative, in collaboration with Fraunhofer IIS, provides a comprehensive toolkit for companies to test specific adaptations to production processes, digitize production, and develop scalable digital applications. Fraunhofer IIS, a leading research institution, plays a pivotal role in shaping digital media and conducting cutting-edge research in microelectronics and information technology.

For more information about Fraunhofer IIS, visit


  • 5G Bavaria and research initiative

  • Open interfaces and cloud-native 5G core

  • Virtualization and O-RAN Alliance recommendations

  • Maximum flexibility and edge computing platform

  • '5G Bavaria' project as a basis for development

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