Open RAN: what’s the plan for 2021?
Mar 8, 2021
- Published at:
- 9am, Monday 8th March, 2021 (UK)
Azhar Sayeed, Global Chief Architect, Red Hat
Neil McRae, Managing Director Architecture & Technology Strategy and BT Chief Architect, BT
Olivier Simon, Director of Radio Innovation, Orange
Yago Tenorio, Head of Group Network Architecture, Vodafone
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Solutions and Strategies Roundtable
Interest in Open RAN is at an all-time high. It may even be eclipsing 5G on the marketing hype index, which would be quite an achievement. Yet this belies its importance and potentially game-changing capabilities. As we discovered in our Open RAN Summit just a few months ago. But will the initial enthusiasm and support continue to grow and make Open RAN the leading architecture choice, or will the established status quo prevail, relegating Open RAN to just a supporting role in our future networks?
Filmed using the TelecomTV Smart Studio service, March 2021
Global Chief Architect, Red Hat
Managing Director Architecture & Technology Strategy and BT Chief Architect, BT
Director of Radio Innovation, Orange
Head of Group Network Architecture, Vodafone
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