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by LightReading

TIP TURNS THREE, CELEBRATES MOBILE TECHNOLOGY

On the Telecom Infra Project's third birthday, Deutsche Telekom's Axel Clauberg says the collaborative group is celebrating the move of mobile network technologies out of the research phase and into the production stage. Since issuing requests For information (RFIs) at the TIP Summit last October, Vodafone and Telefonica now are...


by LightReading

WHAT BT DOES NEXT IN ITS NETWORK CORE

Even before the current security backlash against the Chinese vendor, BT had decided it did not want the company's technology anywhere near its "core," the central part of the network where all the network intelligence resides. Under French and German ownership, EE had become one of Huawei's major core network...


by LightReading

OPEN CONFLICT OVER OpenRAN

Strange as it might seem, Huawei's international tribulations may bear some responsibility for the growing interest in a more open radio access network (RAN). As security hysteria drives countries to excommunicate the once-indomitable Chinese company, telecom operators are left with fewer alternatives than ever before. Their dependence on a shrinking...


by LightReading

VERIZON QUIETLY BUILDS A COMPLETELY CLOUD-BASED WIRELESS SERVICE

So, after around six months of engineering, Belihomji and his team developed a completely cloud-based mobile offering -- one that didn't require any hardware elements, and one that was more nimble and flexible that the existing model. "Right after the handoff from the cell tower, from there on, everything that...


by Rakuten.Today

RAKUTEN IS BUILDING THE WORLDS FIRST END-TO-END CLOUD-NATIVE MOBILE NETWORK

Rakuten will soon become the first new mobile network operator (MNO) to launch in Japan in over a decade. Rakuten Mobile Network CTO Tareq Amin explains for the first time the revolutionary approach that his team is taking to build Japan’s fourth major network. “The journey that we are embarking...


by Fierce Wireless

2019 PREVIEW: OpenRAN EFFORTS GAIN MOMENTUM

Around the same time as the xRAN's announcement, Cisco unveiled plans to form a multivendor ecosystem designed to address issues and accelerate the viability and adoption of Open vRAN solutions, with initial participants including Altiostar, Aricent, Intel, Mavenir, Phazr, Red Hat and Tech Mahindra. Not satisfied with existing efforts, Mavenir...


by Globes

PARTNER CHOOSES MAVENIR FOR INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE

The Israeli mobile carrier has selected US company Mavenir to upgrade its core mobile telephone network. Partner chose Mavenir's technological solutions for upgrading its network core and adding new capabilities, expanding existing voice services such as VoLTE (voice calls on a 4G network) and WiFi calling, and installing additional technologies...


by Fierce Wireless

MAVENIR MAKES NAME FOR ITSELF DRIVING OpenRAN EFFORTS

For a company that was barely known a few years ago, Mavenir has emerged as one of the more disruptive vendors in the wireless space, namely in taking on big players in the RAN market while continuing to play in a number of areas. It’s not a newbie by any...


by No Jitter

RCS: MOBILE’S NEXT-GEN CUSTOMER INTERACTION PLATFORM

All that said, last month at the Mavenir analyst event I saw a use case for RCS that is both persuasive and valuable… to enterprises. At the event, Mavenir made clear its belief that RCS wouldn’t replace any hugely popular consumer messaging services. This is understandable. Consumer messaging is generally driven by group and...


by Fierce Wireless

ARE WE AT THE START OF A RAN MARKET SHAKE-UP?

‘Mavenir has tackled the solutions provider challenge by launching its OpenRAN Ecosystem. The ecosystem pulls together an end-to-end solution using Mavenir’s own radio and core assets along with those of its partners. This broadens the network options Mavenir and its partners can offer. Mavenir has also taken on the responsibility of network integrator.’


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