prnewswire | October 16, 2020
The "In-Building Wireless Market by Component (Infrastructure [DAS and Small Cell] and Services), Business Model (Service Providers, Enterprises, and Neutral Host Operators), Venue, End User, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global in-building wireless market size is projected to grow from USD 10.3 billion in 2020 to USD 18.0 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.9%. Major factors such as the need for unique and defined network quality and public safety requirements in buildings are expected to drive the global in-building wireless market. However, the initial cost of network infrastructure deployment may act as a challenge for the market.
mobigyaan | November 10, 2020
Huawei, the Chinese giant which is facing several difficulties after several restrictions imposed by the United States, is reportedly planning to sell its Honor sub-brand. It is said that Huawei could sell its Honor arm for about 100 billion yuan, which is approximately $15.2 billion. As per the report, Honor brand will be sold to Digital China Group and the Government of Shenzhen. It further adds that the deal will be an all-cash transaction which will include almost every asset, including branding, research and development capabilities, and even supply chain management. The deal has not been officially announced by the company but it is reported that the company to make this public by the end of this week. There won’t be much impact for the employees as Honor plans on retaining its management and more than 7,000 employees after the deal goes through.
prnewswire | January 27, 2021
LF Networking (LFN), which encourages joint effort and operational greatness across open source organizing projects, today declared the making of the Anuket project. A consolidation of CNTT (The Cloud iNfrastructure Telco Taskforce, which gave reference models and structures to both virtual machine and containerized network capacities) and OPNFV (the Open Platform for NFV, which diminished chance to coordinate and convey NFV framework and installed VNF/CNFs), Anuket apparatuses and antiquities engage the worldwide interchanges local area to convey agreeable organization benefits quicker, more dependably and safely, and quicken the change to cloud local foundations.
Anuket conveys normalized reference foundation details and conformance structures for virtualized and cloud local organization capacities, empowering quicker and more powerful onboarding into creation, lessening costs, and quickening telecom computerized change. By proceeding with OPNFV's tradition of working upstream with cooperation across other open source projects, (for example, LF Networking, LF Edge, CNCF, LF AI, ODIM and other industry associations and norms bodies) and CNTT's administrator center, the undertaking guarantees innovation meets business and operational requirements. Anuket will likewise protect CNTT's nearby working relationship with GSMA, who will keep on distributing the undertaking's Reference Model work.
"It's incredible to see the evolution of what began as the Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualization over six years ago," said Heather Kirksey, vice president of Community and Ecosystem Development at the Linux Foundation. "With Anuket, we are making it easier and more efficient for CSPs to transform their networks and save money, with one, end-to-end platform."
"The Anuket project is unique in covering Operator requirements collection and normalisation, subsequent open-source software development, through to Industry certification programs of ecosystem implementations, all under a single initiative," said Walter Kozlowski, Anuket Technical Steering Committee co-chair and Principal, Cloud Infrastructure Architecture, at Telstra. "I am proud to serve in the role of a co-chair of its Technical Steering Committee, and I am excited by the unique opportunity this project creates for my company and for the whole industry, in the area of network transformation and related telco open infrastructure."