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Rakuten
Intel, Juniper, and Rakuten Symphony collaborate to develop carrier grade Open RAN
Intel Corporation, Juniper Networks, and Rakuten Symphony have announced a collaborative effort to develop Symware, a carrier-grade Open RAN solution.
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5G
Juniper Networks and Turk Telekom Group work to develop Open RAN 5G ecosystem
Juniper Networks and Turk Telekom Group have completed their technology and commercial partnership, designed to support the development of the Open RAN 5G ecosystem.
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5G
Juniper Networks and Türk Telekom establish Open RAN 5G partnership
“We have been working for a long time on cutting-edge RIC technologies that will play an active role in setting global 5G standards."
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Managed Services
Network managed services market could take short term dip
The evolution of network equipment may see managed services stalling short term before the rise of automation gives it a boost, says Dell'Oro.
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5G
Cisco & Telstra complete 5G call over packetized fronthaul network
The successful trial could pave the way for stronger transmission networks across Telstra’s 4G and 5G base stations, as well as the opportunity to future-proof infrastructure for customers’ data transmission requirements.
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Cloud
5G smartphone shipments to increase 700% in 2020
The research paper released by Omdia explores the worldwide impact derived from the introduction of 5G
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5G
Research: How 5G will change, well... everything
Informa Tech’s new research wing, Omdia, reveals 5G interdependencies in new research paper exploring impacts across the tech ecosystem.
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5G
Nokia & U Mobile prepare for live 5G trial in Malaysia
Nokia and U Mobile are preparing their networks for a live 5G trial in Malaysia, scheduled for later this year.
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Cloud
5G will propel RAN market to $160b in near future
5G growth is expected to advance at a faster pace than LTE, particularly within the APAC region.