A new kind of Operating Platform

How can Rakuten Symphony deliver the world’s most advanced networks, in accelerated timeframes, yet at much lower cost to plan, build and operate?

A new generation

Symworld™ is the operating platform for a new generation of telecom service providers. It brings unprecedented coherence, intelligence and zero-touch automation to the operations of a telco.

A new kind of network needs a new kind of operating platform.

Symware™ is more than just software. It is the realization of a vision for how a service provider can achieve industrial-scale, company-wide automation, in the era of cloud:

A single, unified cloud for all software, using COTS hardware

Disaggregated, cloud-native software functions (Core, RAN, IMS and RCS)

A data-centric architecture with advanced analytics and AI

Internet & Ecosystem Services
Membership & Loyalty Platforms
Media & Gaming Platforms
Payment & Finance Platforms
Digital Experience
Business Support Systems
Intelligent Operations
Operation Support Systems
Network & Service Orchestration
Automation & Artificial Intelligence
Network Functions
Unified Cloud
Cloud Infrastructure
Cloud Orchestration


Symworld™ was created to support every stage of a service provider’s journey, from site acquisition through to live operations and upgrades. It incorporates operational learnings and proven innovations from the world’s first, largest and most successful open RAN rollout: Rakuten Mobile.

Industrial-Scale Automation

Symworld™ has been created to give service providers a common platform for large-scale automation of complex networks. Only through automation will service providers be able to afford to deliver valuable new services, at scale.

Intelligent Operations

At the heart of Symworld™ is data: all of the data needed to understand and manage a high-performance, modern network. Open interfaces allow unprecedented visibility and control.

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