- Companies work together to optimize 5G networks using open radio access network interfaces and mix of centralized and decentralized Cloud RAN architecture
- Will enable operators to more easily access intelligence from multi-vendor networks to power data analytics, machine learning and also boost service performance
- Agreement further demonstrates Nokia's commitment to open architecture development
7 December 2018
Espoo, Finland – Nokia and China Mobile Research Institute have signed an agreement under which the companies will jointly optimize 5G networks using a more open architecture. Nokia will work closely with China Mobile Research Institute to simplify interoperability between multi-vendor radio access network (RAN) technologies and enable new levels of service performance for customers.
Under the agreement, signed at the China Mobile 2018 Partner Summit, Nokia and China Mobile Research Institute will investigate O-RAN use-cases, optimizing 5G networks to manage a growing array of service needs including:
- Decentralized (CU/DU) split multi-vendor cloud RAN architecture, using real-time and non-real time processing capabilities
- Jointly …
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