Evolving 5G to Open
Open RAN is poised to be massive game-changer for mobile network operators. Fujitsu is at the forefront of this global evolution. Recently, we were named as a preferred supplier of 5G Radios to DISH Network and 5G Transport to Verizon, using the core principles of openness and intelligence to deliver on the promise of 5G.
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5G commercial rollouts are in full swing. By the end of May 2020, a total of 81 operators in 42 countries had launched one or more 3GPP-compliant services, according to the Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA). But the early commercial deployments have not yet had a big impact on transport network architectures. With the recent
In Part 1 of this blog series, we explored the many benefits network operators will reap from Open RAN (Radio Access Network) architecture. Opening up the interfaces between the Radio Unit (RU) and Baseband Unit (BBU) allows these operators access to a wider range of hardware and software choices to prevent vendor lock-in. Open RAN
Open RAN (Radio Access Network), or O-RAN, stands at the forefront of the RAN revolution and is the latest of several generations of RAN technology that have evolved since the beginning of the cellular network. O-RAN aims to bring agility and the benefits of “cloudification” to the RAN. This blog, the first of a series on O-RAN, provides a high-level introduction to O-RAN and its benefits.