Open RAN 4G

Open RAN 4G

The Open RAN 4G solution disaggregates the hardware from the software to allow the mobile network operator to pick and choose each aspect of the network from a different vendor. Open RAN 4G solution consists of gNB virtualCentralized Unit (vCU), gNB virtual Distributed Unit (vDU), Symworld management, 3rd party O-RAN compliant Radio Units (O-RU) and antennas. The 4G solution is based on a VNF architecture.

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Open RAN 4G

Key Benefits

  • Software fabric that spans both LTE and5G technology for ease of upgrade
  • RAN architecture evolution aided by NFV technology whereby baseband functions are decoupled from underlying hardware and deployed on carrier-grade NFV infrastructure
  • Software programmability and network automation
  • Reduced time to market as new services can be quickly realized in the software without the need for hardware changes
  • Open interfaces based on O-RAN Alliance specifications to foster development of robust hardware and software ecosystem
  • Advanced algorithms for inter-site co-ordination over packet transport
  • Support for 3GPP higher layer split of the protocol stack and multiple options for the lower layer split
  • Control Plane and Data plane separation
  • API to support edge-based applications and automation of the network

The solutions for 4G and 5G can run on a COTS server on a virtualized platform independent from the underlying hardware. Finally, vCU and vDU can interface to a radio according to the O-RAN specifications, allowing the operator to choose best-of-breed hardware both for servers and radio units.

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Open RAN

We offer a complete, multi-vendor 4G/5G open RAN that is proven at scale, and independently recognized for its world-class quality. Supporting the complete network lifecycle through to live operations, we are enabling operators to disrupt mature markets, lower costs, and rapidly roll out innovations from an open ecosystem of vendor partners.

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