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AT&T teams up with Nokia to push the deployment of RAN open source

Wednesday 9 January 2019 | 09:30 CET | News
AT&T has started developing a software platform for the RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) with Nokia. The idea is to create open source software aligned with the O-RAN target architecture and to so accelerate innovations and interoperability in the RAN. The RIC platform will provide a set of functions and interfaces that allow for increased optimizations and for faster, more flexible service deployments and programmability within the RAN.

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Companies: AT&T / Nokia
Countries: World
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