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How the US Military Is Becoming Open Ran’s Greatest American Ally

US government officials from DoD and NTIA, involved with the 5G Challenge program believe Open RAN technology has the opportunity to make 5G networks more secure, more efficient and, potentially, cheaper. Mavenir is one of the winners of the Challenge developing a fully integrated multivendor end-to-end 5G network.

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Open RAN, RIC, Chips, and More: A Discussion With Mavenir

Mavenir’s John Baker catches-up with Sean Kinney at RCR Wireless to talk about the material progress in adoption of open, multi-vendor radio systems as well as a long tail of innovation there for the taking.

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AfricaCom 2022

Join Mavenir’s Stefano Cantarelli, EVP, Chief Marketing Officer,  at AfricaCom 2022 for a session on “Telcos of Tomorrow: Cloud Native and Automated Solutions are Driving Agility and Cost for the Network of Tomorrow. “

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Enriching CSP Networks with RIC Automation

Mavenir’s Neeraj Bhatnagar, VP for India & South Asia, talks about why the RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) is a critical piece of the Open RAN disaggregation strategy, driving automation, agility, and programmability to the RAN whilst helping CSPs stay profitable and grow.

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Enriching CSP Networks with RIC Automation

With all the excitement about new 5G applications, the RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) is like an infusion of oxygen for the heart of the mobile network. Intended as a technology for all mobile generations, it seems for now that 5G use cases are currently driving the need for innovative RIC applications. The reason for this…

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Mavenir Does Many of the Same Things as Ericsson, Nokia

Mavenir’s John Baker and Maryvonne Tubb, talk with Fierce Wireless, about how Mavenir is a Network Software Provider that competes with legacy vendors, with a strong end-to-end cloud-native portfolio, including IMS core and packet core as well as RAN.

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Mavenir Rules Out Nokia, Ericsson in Open RAN Market

Mavenir’s Bejoy Pankajakshan outlines the importance of open and interoperable interfaces in todays networks, confirming the importance of X2 interface for brownfield Open RAN deployments and the need for Open RAN based Radios.