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OpenRAN Architecture Provides Path to More Secure Open Networks

By adopting a zero-trust security framework, an OpenRAN architecture provides a path to more secure open networks and open interfaces. Despite misconceptions, open interfaces, defined in the O-RAN technical specifications, provide increased independent visibility and the opportunity for an overall enhanced and more secure system.

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