The New Paradigm for Radio Access Solutions
Open is the future. Committed to open interfaces and interoperability, Mavenir’s cloud-native approach presents new pathways for automated networks to deliver on the use cases and data demands of today and beyond, such as moving intelligence closer to the edge. OpenRAN ensures that customers will continue to receive unhindered benefits and upgrades from the mobile technology of tomorrow – from autonomous cars, to smart factories, to robotic medicine, and new industry applications that have yet to be imagined.
Mavenir is reinventing radio access networks by utilizing new architectures that take advantage of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The cell site is the new edge platform with the ability to support applications that run new and traditional business. MAVair’s OpenRAN solutions allow for one architecture that addresses legacy networks (2G/3G/4G) as well as densifies the coverage for 5G with aggregation of processing in the CU and DU which simplify the cell site and transform the Total Cost of Ownership. MAVair’s software applications tap into service context, local content, and real-time information on local-access network conditions, to fully optimize networks, taking advantage of AI and Machine Learning. In addition, MAVair future proofs and simplifies requirements to support multiple deployment scenarios including public, hybrid and private cloud.
The Inextricable Link Between Openness and Innovation for Mobile Networks
16 September 2021
To meet the growing demands of consumers and achieve the true potential of 5G, CSPs want and need to incorporate openness and innovation into the mobile network.
Mavenir Aims to Disrupt Telecom Networks Space, to Strengthen 5G R&D
14 September 2021
Mavenir’s Pardeep Kohli expands on the company’s make-up and its inherent strengths, aim to drive innovation and disruption in the networks space dominated by Ericsson, Nokia and Huawei.
TIM: Two New Open RAN Solutions Launched on Mobile Network
14 September 2021
Mavenir is collaborating with TIM on two Open RAN deployments