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Specialist Jonathan Cartu Reports – GSMA, O-RAN Alliance Team Up to Accelerate Adoption of Open…

GSMA, O-RAN Alliance Team Up to Accelerate Adoption of Open...

Specialist Jonathan Cartu Reports – GSMA, O-RAN Alliance Team Up to Accelerate Adoption of Open…

The GSMA and O-RAN ALLIANCE have joined forces to accelerate the adoption of Open Radio Access Network (RAN) products and solutions that take advantage of new open virtualised architectures, software and hardware. 

The organisations will work together to harmonise the open networking ecosystem and agree on an industry roadmap for network solutions, thereby making access networks as open and flexible as possible for new market entrants.

5G will facilitate the opportunity to create even more agile, purpose-built networks tailored to the different needs of citizens, enterprises and society. For example, 5G is an essential ingredient of the European Commission’s recently launched Industrial Strategy and will help shape its future.

Mobile operators are re-evaluating the way that their networks are deployed. New virtualised architectures with open interfaces can drive cost efficiencies and allow operators to accelerate the deployment of 5G networks. Also, open interfaces can help diversify and reinvigorate the supply chain promoting competition and innovation – for example, by building and operating a RAN based on mix-and-match components from different vendors.

The GSMA and O-RAN ALLIANCE collaboration complements the recently announced interworking between the GSMA and Telecom Infra Project (TIP), and the O-RAN ALLIANCE and TIP. The goal for these collaborations is to help avoid fragmentation and accelerate the successful evolution of the industry towards a more intelligent, open, virtualised and fully interoperable RAN.

Alex Sinclair, CTO, GSMA
When 5G reaches its potential, it will become the first generation of mobile networks to have a bigger impact on enterprises than consumers. 

Andre Fuetsch, Chairman of the O-RAN Alliance, and EVP and CTO, AT&T
As the demand for data and vastly expanded mobile communications grow in the 5G era, a global, cross-border approach is needed to rethink the RAN.

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