Watch: How Open RAN's Future-Proof Architecture Creates a Streamlined Path to 5G
In new Light Reading webinar, WWT's Greg Schoeny and Obi Egonu discuss how Open RAN can reduce costs and optimize performance while moving toward 5G.
The Radio Access Network (RAN) has long been one of the most expensive parts of a service provider's network. Now, with 5G deployments top of mind, investments in traditional RAN solutions could skyrocket as 5G demands a much denser RAN.
WWT's Greg Schoeny recently sat down with Heavy Reading Principal Mobile Networks and 5G Analyst Gabriel Brown to discuss the Open RAN solution. Key topics discussed in this webinar include:
Deliver secure end-to-end 4G/5G solutions and services to service providers.
Maximize ROI on existing network infrastructure.
Enable a new ecosystem of vendors, leveraging a cloud-based architecture.
Future-proof architecture that creates a streamlined transition path to 5G.
Shabbir Bagasrawala, who leads Altiostar's go-to-market strategy, and Steve Mailey, a systems architect with Cisco, also participated in the discussion.
The Open RAN blueprint, validated in WWT's Advanced Technology Center, a unique lab environment with over $500 million in OEM infrastructure, can provide a significant boost for service providers to implement and realize the industry's 5G vision by delivering an open, agile, software-driven network that enables richer services, with greater flexibility at a lower cost.
The Open RAN solution:
Maximizes ROI on existing network infrastructure by utilizing current hardware to deploy the solution.
Is a fully integrated, cloud-based virtual RAN, which enables a new ecosystem of vendors to participate in the RAN industry while leveraging the benefits of cloud-based architecture, including web-scale hardware and systems.
Provides a future-proof architecture that creates a simple transition path to 5G.
Fully-integrated, cloud-based virtualized RAN to accelerate 4G and set the stage for 5G. Learn More