Modularization technology in Baicells HaloB solution provides dynamic configuration of different network elements for both 4G and 5G core network. All network elements could be deployed, centralized, or distributed depending on the application scenarios.

Baicells HaloB solution

The HaloB solution enables dynamic combination of network elements and resources, which satisfies the versatile requirements of application-oriented 5G network. Different network elements, such as mobility anchor, service anchor and authentication anchor, could be pushed to edge or on cloud. This flexible network architecture natively supports network slicing for various vertical industries.



All authentication information is backed up online and distributed, which provides healthy redundancy and faster response. This keeps the account safe using blockchain technology.

Always online

UEs are always ready for transmission with the localized mobility management entity.

Adaptive network slicing

Traffic will automatically find where to go according to the flexible network architecture.


  • Reliability
  • Always online
  • Adaptive network slicing

Customer Case

HaloB LTE system was first introduced to JCI in Tokyo, Japan.

JCI is the first and largest MVNO in Japan. In order to further decrease network renting cost and increase profit, JCI would like to build Private LTE based on 1.9GHz unlicensed spectrum in Japan.

Baicells innovatively proposed highly-integrated and light-asset solution---HaloB, to largely reduce CAPEX. HaloB integrated the EPC function into base stations, improving reliability and performance. Together with Baicells’ B-GW, OMC, IMS system, HaloB solution could enable customer JCI to provide LTE service, including voice service (VoLTE/VoIP), data service, local breakout, LBT (Listen Before Talk), VxLAN, etc.

Currently, HaloB Field trials have successfully finished. Utilizing light network asset, high integration, and easy operation, the new private LTE network architecture is quite suitable for enterprise self-building networks. It is expected to have massive deployments in the coming years.