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Vodafone Offers Europe Up to OpenRAN

13 November 2019
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Vodafone Offers Europe Up to OpenRAN

13 November 2019 by Mobile World Live
Vodafone Group took a giant leap forward in its commitment to OpenRAN, outlining plans for a tender covering its entire European footprint barely a month after announcing its first trials of the…

Vendors argue case for multi-tech 5G approach

24 October 2019 by Mobile World Live
Leading equipment suppliers Nokia, Intel and Mavenir insisted there was a very crucial link between next-generation technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT…

Intelligence Brief: What are the Top Tips for TIP?

24 October 2018 by Mobile World Live
There is no doubt that vRAN fronthaul; efficient power technologies; artificial intelligence and machine learning; end-to-end network slicing; solution integration; and edge networking are all…

Telefonica and Vodafone shake up RAN market

16 October 2018 by Mobile World Live
Telefonica and Vodafone hailed OpenRAN technology as the future of Radio Access Network (RAN) equipment, as both operators announced plans to expand trial deployments. Following two initial pilots…

Mavenir argues case for web-scale architecture, RCS

6 December 2017 by Mobile World Live
Operators need to rethink how they can deliver services at lower costs as demand for data, speed and coverage grow, a Mavenir executive outlined. Guillaume Le Mener, head of marketing at the US-…

Mobile World Live Interview with Mavenir's Head of Marketing

30 November 2017 by Mobile World Live
Mavenir's Guillaume Le Mener tells Mobile World Live how the traditional network vendor market is changing.  

Mavenir CEO warns of distributed network challenges

28 November 2017 by Mobile World Live
Distributed computing network architecture could be the key to helping operators reclaim value in the data pipe diminished by OTT applications, Mavenir CEO Pardeep Kohli told Mobile World Live…

Mavenir targets Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia for growth

15 August 2017 by Mobile World Live
Network software company Mavenir believes it can break into the top three of wireless infrastructure vendors within the next five years, taking market share from Ericsson, Nokia, and Huawei.…