Mavenir and Jabil expanded partnership – Jabil in India manufacturing mMIMO radios in addition to the single band radios already in production.
Mavenir announces the production of 2G, 4G and 5G Open RAN Radios in India, for Indian and other prominent worldwide bands.
Mavenir’s Bejoy Pankajakshan and John Baker caught up with Light Reading at the Big 5G Event to talk about Mavenir’s first US-based customer for the radio equipment, Triangle Communications in Montana, and other updates.
Mavenir and Aspire Technology collaborate on accelerating O-RAN compliant cloud-native Mavenir CU/DU with pre-tested and integrated Remote Radiohead Units.
OpenBeam™ is providing CSPs with a comprehensive portfolio of O-RAN compliant radio products spanning micro, macro, millimeter wave (mmWave) and massive MIMO (mMIMO) to support Open RAN deployments in 2022 and beyond.
OpenBeam, a new suite of O-RAN compliant radios for deployments ranging from macro, mmWave and mMIMO
Mavenir and HCL collaborate to help accelerate the market availability of O-RAN split 7.2 compliant Remote Radiohead Units (RRUs) while establishing a business model to meet the growing demand and evolving requirements for O-RAN RRUs.
Both companies will be supporting the development of radios through third party OEM’s that will be based on O-RAN open interfaces and will address the frequencies of both Tier-1 and rural operators in the US.
I spent last 2 days with my executive team and worldwide sales team. We reviewed our progress so far and path forward for rest of the year and next year. My observations and conclusions are as follows: Mavenir started in 2005. We were competing against Alcatel, Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Lucent, Motorola, Nokia, Nortel, Samsung, Siemens…
US wireless carrier DISH Wireless is fulfilling its vision of “changing the way the world communicates” with the delivery of a nationwide cloud-native 5G Open RAN network. Mavenir congratulates its partner DISH Wireless on reaching the impressive milestone of deploying over 15,000 5G Open RAN sites that cover over 70% of the US population – more than 240 million Americans – within the FCC buildout deadlines.