Open Mobile Networks (Open RAN)

The Open Future of Radio Access Networks

Open and virtualised RAN refers to a disaggregated approach of deploying virtualised mobile networks by using open and interoperable protocols and interfaces, implemented over a common commercial-off-the-shelf hardware (COTS) in a multi-vendor software environment, allowing an increased flexibility over traditional RAN architectures, aiming to provide OPEX and CAPEX savings while fostering innovation.

Nowadays, Mobile Networks are evolving towards a more intelligent, virtualized, open and totally interoperable architecture.

Download the whitepaper and know why Telcos are considering adopting OPEN RAN. What is missing, main challenges, opportunities and what is required to turn this ambition into reality in the coming years.

Get to know more about this evolution in the series of articles about the Open Future of Radio Access Networks.

Article 1 | The Open Future of RAN

January 7 2021

What are the main differences between traditional Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture and Open RAN? What benefits and challenges does Open RAN bring?

See the full story here.


Article 2 | The Open RAN Landscape

What is the level of Open RAN technical maturity and current adoption trends?

Available soon.

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