Mavenir’s Bejoy Pankajakshan, EVP, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer, pens an article for The Fast Publication on how telecom operators are poised to do more with less by embracing cloud-native automation and AI enabled networks in 2024.
UK operator Three is looking to tackle inner-city network congestion with a series of small cell deployments around Glasgow, using Mavenir hardware and software
Paradise Mobile CEO Sam Tabbara has a message for the global mobile market: Open RAN works. And it works well. In early December Paradise Mobile launched a commercial 5G network in Bermuda built on open radio access network (RAN) components from Mavenir and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Mavenir is proud to collaborate with DISH Wireless and other industry consortium partners to establish the Open RAN Center for Integration and Deployment (ORCID) as a result of a $50 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).
For the 1&1 O-RAN, Mavenir provides all components in the core network that are required for a state-of-the-art 5G mobile network – cloud-native and interoperable. Mavenir’s software for the core network runs as container-based microservices on Rakuten Symphony’s platform and serves both fixed wireless access (FWA) and mobile services (eMBB).
Mavenir ranked overall leader in the competitor ranking and earned the top spots for both innovation and implementation. Mavenir has made significant efforts to accelerate Open RAN deployments in partnerships with other mobile, chipset vendors, and cloud providers to validate its Open RAN portfolio for multi-vendor deployments.
Bermuda-based Paradise Mobile CEO Sam Tabbara revealed it was weeks away from signing with one of the big traditional vendors to construct what will be the world’s fastest and most advanced 5G network before selecting open RAN pioneer Mavenir.
Nokia and Mavenir have completed interoperability testing between Nokia’s baseband (DU/CU) and an open RAN Radio Unit (O-RU) from Mavenir, over the Open FrontHaul interface. The test took place at Nokia’s facility in Dallas.
RCR Wireless News caught up with Mavenir during Fyuz to better understand this link between Open RAN and innovation, in the context of the former merely describing standardized, open interfaces between RAN elements and the latter focused more on how these new architectures are leveraged by operators in the real world.
As a trusted technology partner and one of the leading market providers for voice, data and messaging, upgrading to Mavenir’s IMS was the natural progression for Ice Norway, as they continue to invest in their network cloudification strategy – delivering optimal quality of service to subscribers, leveraging innovative technologies for enhanced customer experience.