What are Boris Johnson’s alternatives to Huawei?
17 January 2020 by Telecoms.com
Huawei is facing a geopolitical and commercial storm itself. The US government has turned against it for its 5G infrastructure and is putting pressure on other NATO countries to do the same – causing…
O2 joins the OpenRAN movement
16 January 2020 by Telecoms.com
O2 is the latest telco to join the increasingly popular OpenRAN cause, suggesting the technology could better serve customers in the hard to reach and heavily-populated areas. Working with Mavenir…
What are the Biggest Threats to Today's Major Telecom Vendors?
14 January 2020 by LightReading
Open source developments are the biggest single threat to today's major telecom equipment vendors, according to the results of an industry survey conducted in late November ahead of Light Reading's…
Are Telcos Ready for Openness?
31 December 2019
The giant corporations supplying infrastructure equipment for the global mobile communications sector could be facing a seismic shift. The underlying reasons mostly relate to the ever-…
How Mavenir enables innovation through cloud-native networking solutions
8 December 2019 by Telecom Review
Telecom Review sat down with Mavenir’s VP for Sales MEA, Mark Charman, to talk about the latest trends facing the industry and the company’s latest work in the field of 5G. Mavenir recently…
5G Demands Low Latency for Connected Devices In Time-Sensitive Areas
26 November 2019 by Voice and Data
Mavenir is focused on accelerating software network transformation and redefining network economics for communications service providers (CSPs). It offers an end-to-end product portfolio across every…
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…
A Kodak Moment May Await Ericsson, Huawei & Nokia
31 October 2019 by LightReading
With the development of more open interfaces, operators are now promised the ability to use products from different vendors at the same mobile site -- something not possible in older networks.
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…