Security in Open RAN
By adopting a zero-trust security framework, an Open RAN architecture provides a path to more secure open networks and open interfaces over what exists today. 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.
5G and Open RAN enable new capabilities and control points that allow suppliers, test equipment manufacturers, wireless carriers, and CSPs to assess, mitigate and manage security risks efficiently. Read more on how O-RAN enables operators with full visibility and control of their network’s end-to-end security.
Open RAN, 5G C-Band and Metaverse
Operators Embrace Virtualised, Open Networks with Agile Automation to Meet Future Demands
Innovation at Software Speed, Why Almost 100% of Operators Surveyed are Embracing Open Architectures
Mavenir’s Cloud-Native Open vRAN and Packet Core Achieves GSMA NESAS Security Certification
27 January 2022
Mavenir today announced that it achieved GSMA’s Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS) security certification in November 2021. Mavenir is the 6th global mobile network provider to receive accreditation, joining vendors including Nokia, Ericsson, and Samsung to have undergone an assessment and independent audit of their development and product lifecycle processes to evidence how security is integrated into their design, development, implementation, and maintenance processes.
Move to 5G SA Now and Save Up to 36%
25 January 2022
Many CSPs have deployed 5G NSA first, but new research shows that adopting 5G SA now can save up to 36% in 5 years.
Moving Towards a Virtualised, Open and Automated Network
20 January 2022
Mavenir’s Sanjay Bakaya shares how Mavenir is delivering its vision of a single, software-based automated network that runs on any cloud, to support Communication Service Providers (CSPs) in their journeys toward becoming digital service providers (DSPs) - part of The Fast Mode Trends and Outlook for 2022.