Mobile tech company Mavenir explained the need for Cloud RAN to drive the evolution of 5G while speaking at 5G World this week.
Carriers can tap into significant cost savings by creating local breakouts that offload traffic through multiaccess edge computing (MEC).
Mavenir estimates that U.S. mobile carriers can save $546 million over a five-year period by offloading traffic — mostly video — onto the Internet.
A 32% local breakout will extend the current macrocell backhaul and EPC capacity by 25.6 months
Richardson, TX — May 15, 2018 — Mavenir, a leader in software-based, end-to-end Cloud Native network solutions, today released a new study showing that U.S.
In technology, what’s viewed as important today, will dramatically change tomorrow.
Rapid advances in mobile computing power are pushing machine intelligence to the very edge of the network.
Known as Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), this development is a critical success factor in the rise of the new 5G mobile networks that will deliver unheard of data speeds to an exponentially larger user base, and all at a fraction of the cost-per-bit expense.
The promises of 5G go well beyond high data rate, spectral efficiency, ultra-low latency, or massive sensor networks.The fundamental appeal of 5G lies in the fact that the entire infrastructure acts as a cohesive platform for innovative applications and is tuned to flex with demand - providing services tailored to their unique characteristics.
Mavenir today announced its 5G Core Network and Cloud RAN solutions enabling Mavenir to be a full end-to-end 4G LTE and 5G, IoT network provider.
RICHARDSON, TX - September 7, 2017: Mavenir, the leader in accelerating and redefining software network transformation for Communications Service Providers, today announced its 5G Core Network and Cloud RAN solutions enabling Mavenir to be a full end-to-end
White Box Platform provides full network functionality and internet traffic offload at cell site edge
RICHARDSON, TX., January 17, 2018 – Mavenir, focused on transforming mobile network economics for Communications Service Providers, today announced its virtualized Media Breakout Controller (vMBC), a single white box routing platform that enables carriers to host virtual Routing, Firewall, and Use