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About Cubic Telecom

Cubic Telecom is a cloud-based M2M connectivity platform provider, focused on enabling seamless global connectivity solutions for the IoT and enterprise customers. The company's applications and technologies are embedded into the device at the manufacturing stage, enabling always-on connectivity anywhere in the world.

Cubic Telecom Headquarter Location

Corrig Court, Corrig Road Sandyford Industrial Estate

Dublin, 18,


+353 1 486 06 00

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Industrials / Supply Chain & Logistics

Industrial internet of things (IIoT) infrastructure is the physical hardware, networking, and software enabling sensor usage in a manufacturing setting. Edge computing and local networking technologies are increasingly important due to the implementation of 5G, which promises faster data upload times.

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Expert Collections containing Cubic Telecom

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Cubic Telecom is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Auto & Mobility Tech.


Auto & Mobility Tech

1,418 items

Startups building a next-generation mobility ecosystem, using technology to improve connectivity, safety, convenience, and efficiency in vehicles.Includes technologies such as ADAS and autonomous driving, connected vehicles, fleet telematics, V2V/V2X, and vehicle cybersecurity.


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Advanced Manufacturing

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Companies focused on the technologies to increase manufacturing productivity, ranging from automation & robotics to AR/VR to factory analytics & AI, plus many more.

Cubic Telecom Patents

Cubic Telecom has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Automotive technology tradenames
  • Compact cars
  • Network access
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Latest Cubic Telecom News

5G takes centre stage at MWC 2022’s Ireland pavilion

Mar 16, 2022

The Ireland stand at MWC 2022 in Barcelona. Image: Leigh Mc Gowran/Silicon Republic Benetal, Druid Software and Cubic Telecom showcased developments in private 5G networks, Open RAN and “Car-to-Cloud” services. Wireless technology company Benetel has expanded its focus on 5G open radio access network technology (Open RAN) with the launch of a new radio unit called the RAN650, its “most important product launch to date”. The Open RAN hardware company exhibited the new unit at this year’s Mobile World Conference (MWC), at the Irish stand hosted by Enterprise Ireland. A number of Enterprise Ireland-backed companies shared their latest tech and partnership announcements at the event. Benetel said its new RAN650 unit is intended to bring 5G to private, campus and industrial networks, along with rural networks and public hotspots. The Dublin-headquartered company said the RAN650 can be deployed in either a Cat A or Cat B based configuration, which helps provide flexibility to address RAN architecture. Open RAN differs from traditional radio access networks by allowing different parts of the network’s infrastructure to be built by different vendors. Proponents of the Open RAN standard hope that it will improve flexibility and lower costs through increasing competition and encouraging innovation. “We are now expanding our OpenRAN portfolio with the RAN650, which can address a broad array of different 5G use cases,” Benetel CEO Adrian O’Connor said. “Our partners have been welcoming this platform already at early trials, making the RAN650 Benetel’s most important product launch to date.” Benetel said active network trials are being conducted on the RAN650 by several pilot customers. The current version covers the n77u (3.7GHz to 4.2GHz) frequency range, with the n78 variant (3.3GHz to 3.8GHz) expected to launch later this year. Benetel senior vice president US Olli Anderson and Benetel CEO Adrian O’Connor, showing the RAN650. Image: Leigh Mc Gowran/Silicon Republic Benetel used its strategic hardware partnerships with Intel and Analog Devices to develop the new radio unit. Each unit has an Intel semiconductor alongside an Analog Devices 4T4R transceiver. “Over the years, Analog Devices and Benetel have forged a mutually beneficial working relationship, with our leading RF technology playing a pivotal role in their RU designs,” Analog Devices VP of wireless communications Joe Barry said. “Our involvement in Benetel’s development of the next generation RAN650 model extends this longstanding relationship further.” Open RAN has been gaining traction in recent years, with companies like Vodafone and Accenture taking an active interest in its development in Europe. In 2020, the European Commission ordered a study into Open RAN and stated a desire to promote standardisation and interoperability in telecoms generally. Last November, a report was released by Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telefónica and Vodafone, urging European policy makers and industry stakeholders to prioritise Open RAN development. Druid Software Benetel is not alone in focusing on 5G private networks, as Druid Software announced a three-way partnership at MWC 2022 to develop virtual RAN (vRAN) technology. The Bray-based company is collaborating with software company VMware and private 5G network supplier ASOCS, to create new private network options for enterprise customers. Druid said its Raemis core platform uses 3GPP protocols, to provide encrypted security and protection of data to reduce threats on a private 5G network. “This 5G collaboration between Druid, VMware and ASOCS helps to accelerate enterprise innovation and provides next-gen speed & performance,” Druid Software CEO Liam Kenny said. “With this solution we enable use cases well beyond today’s capabilities.” Druid said VMware is “an ideal partner” to develop 5G with, thanks to its edge computing software known as Edge Compute Stack. “Enterprise customers are actively moving modern app workloads to the edge,” VMware VP of edge strategy Muneyb Minhazuddin said. “They are betting on 5G to accelerate this journey. And on private 5G as a foundation. “That’s why VMware is working with partners like Druid and ASOCS to deliver differentiated private connectivity solutions that meet customers’ specific use cases,” Minhazuddin added. Druid Software said the three companies plan to proceed with global proof of concept testing, in order to bring “the best 5G cellular edge platform capability” to market. The initial focus is on Industry 4.0 use cases for advanced predictive maintenance, video analytics for security, augmented reality and virtual reality. Cubic Telecom While 5G was one of the main topics at this year’s MWC, there was a myriad of other tech developments showcased at the event. Among them was the announcement by Dublin-based management software supplier Cubic Telecom that it has partnered with wireless tech company Qualcomm, to develop its “Car-to-Cloud” services. Cubic Telecom, which providers software to the automotive and IoT industries, said it will enable the visibility, analytics, insights and connectivity behind Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Car-to-Cloud platform. The Dublin-headquartered company said the integration of its software with Snapdragon will allow Qualcomm to extend the cloud-based services to global automakers. Cubic Telecom CEO Barry Napier said: “Using three of Cubic’s core software products – Plxor for differentiated billing, Insights for real-time device analytics and Pace for seamless connectivity, localised services and compliance – Qualcomm Technologies will be able to power global and regional cloud-based apps, services and content. “We’re excited that Qualcomm Technologies has chosen the Cubic team to help deliver its next-generation vehicle solutions,” Napier added. Cubic Telecom said its software solutions are used by more than 8m vehicles across 100 countries for brands such as Volkswagen Group, CNH Industrial and Arrival. In 2019, the company shared details of its connected-car collaboration with Microsoft. In January 2021, Cubic won the “IoT Analytics Innovation Award” at the IoT Breakthrough Awards, in recognition of the company’s expanded product portfolio and its expertise in analysing connected vehicle data 10 things you need to know direct to your inbox every weekday. Sign up for the Daily Brief , Silicon Republic’s digest of essential sci-tech news.

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