Insyde® Software Powers Most Recent 5G Base Station from Ericsson®

Ericsson Baseband 6648 Among New 5G Base Station Designs Enabled by InsydeH2O® UEFI BIOS

TAIPEI, TAIWAN – November 12, 2020 – Insyde® Software, a leading provider of UEFI BIOS and systems management software, today announced that its flagship firmware, InsydeH2O®, is shipping in Ericsson’s 5G Baseband 6648, a next-generation LTE and 5G NR (New Radio) base station for the mobile network infrastructure market.

The Ericsson Baseband 6648 is the latest product in Ericsson’s RAN (Radio Access Network) Compute portfolio and provides up to three times greater capacity than existing Ericsson basebands. Leveraging InsydeH2O UEFI BIOS, top-tier telecom companies such as Ericsson are taking advantage of telecom-optimized firmware to enable the latest x86 system features to bring to market more powerful and more efficient designs to meet the rapid growth in the deployment of  global 5G network infrastructure.

“InsydeH2O and Insyde are well-positioned to help telecom companies accelerate their 5G base station rollouts,” said Giant Liang, VP of Engineering at Insyde Software. “Ericsson’s successful launch of their new 5G base station is further proof of InsydeH2O’s comprehensive platform support, reliability, and security for new 5G network equipment,” added Liang.

About Insyde Software

Insyde Software ( is a leading worldwide provider of UEFI firmware, systems management solutions and custom engineering services for companies in the mobile, server, desktop and IoT (Internet-of-Things) computing industries. The company is publicly held (GTSM: 6231) and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with U.S. headquarters in Westborough, MA. The company’s customers include the world’s leading computing, communications and storage device designers and manufacturers.

Insyde and InsydeH2O are registered trademarks of Insyde Software in the United States and other countries. Ericsson is a trademark or registered trademark of Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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