In this podcast, you will hear O2/ Telefonica, Cardinality and Dell EMC as they jointly showcase how data management and analytics can impact the service provider’s journey to 5G.
But, the local operators will be the ones feeling the most pressure to match the world in 5G deployments.
1&1 Drillisch confirms its intention to take part in Germany’s upcoming 5G spectrum auction in March.
The two operators agreed to a non-binding agreement and plan to build their own 5G networks in some cities.
The testing included work on the functional components of the Wind River virtualization platform, including interoperability with Open Source MANO (OSM) orchestration.
The German carrier along with Nokia is now in a position to test use cases for industry and enhanced massive broadband.
The collaboration will initially use IBM’s Blockchain Platform to improve reliability and transparency of information collected by different networks when routing international calls.
The VDC service is based on VMware’s Cloud Provider Platform, and it enables customers to create virtual infrastructure combining compute, storage, and advanced networking.
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Altiostar, Mavenir, and Parallel Wireless were picked by TIP’s OpenRAN project for having the most compliant platforms.
These devices will be open, disaggregated, interoperable, and supplier-neutral, and they target mobile operators’ 5G deployments.
DT will use its fiber infrastructure to connect 5,000 Telefónica cell sites in Germany to support 3G, 4G LTE, and planned 5G services.
Comarch recently won a contract with South Korean 5G operator LG U+ to replace its OSS stack.
The operators plan to release the results of the RFI and a shortlist of potential vendors at the TIP Summit in October in London.
Vendors that want to sell to Telefónica’s Unica must get their VNFs certified and comply with OSM.