Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Open RAN to be deployed in two-thirds of sites by 2026

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 20 October 20

A new study by RAN Research predicts major growth in Open RAN adoption, focussing initially on small cell environments rather than micro and macro RAN deployments

2020 has seen communications technology become increasingly politicised, with the US wielding its diplomatic might to push countries away from using Chinese technology, which it deems to be a security threat. Naturally, this exclusionary tactic has left the door wide open for traditional RAN vendors, such as Nokia, Ericsson and increasingly Samsung, to fill the void left by Huawei and ZTE, but there is another group that is quickly gaining momentum…

2020 has seen communications technology become increasingly politicised, with the US wielding its diplomatic might to push countries away from using Chinese technology, which it deems to be a security threat. Naturally, this exclusionary tactic has left the door wide open for traditional RAN vendors, such as Nokia, Ericsson and increasingly Samsung, to fill the void left by Huawei and ZTE, but there is another group that is quickly gaining momentum…

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