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Vodafone Offers Europe Up to OpenRAN

13 November 2019
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Mavenir Demos 5G O-RAN Interface at New Swedish Innovation Center

7 October 2019 by Fierce Wireless
Mavenir has opened a second Center of Innovation, this one in Stockholm, Sweden. The center will focus on Mavenir’s development work for an open, virtualized radio access network (vRAN), as well as…

As 5G Scales, Can an Open Approach Open Up the Vendor Market?

10 September 2019 by RCR Wireless
Discussions of 5G are typically focused on the new applications that consumers and enterprises can use. The other side of that coin is the money operators have to spend to do that. Think of operators…

How Mavenir is navigating the diverse telecom ecosystem in the MENA region

22 August 2019 by Telecom Review
The telecom ecosystem in the MENA region is very diverse in that while many countries are striving to deploy the latest network innovations, many less mature markets are struggling to keep up.…

Mavenir appoints Stockholm-based GM for Emerging Business

14 August 2019 by Fierce Wireless
Mavenir, which prides itself as a disruptor in the wireless networking space, is beefing up its presence around the globe and just announced the appointment of former Ericsson executive Aniruddho (…

Three launches 5G-ready cloud core network

18 July 2019
Three UK just turned on its new cloud-based core network, which is the latest preparation for the operator’s imminent 5G launch next month. Network partner Nokia has provided the lion’s share of…

Life After Huawei: What BT Does Next In Its Network Core

24 February 2019 by LightReading
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…

Open Conflict Over OpenRAN

14 February 2019 by LightReading
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…