prnewswire | January 05, 2021
Benetel, a pioneer in cutting edge 4G and 5G answers for future media communications foundation, today reported that it has coordinated its Radio Unit (RU) with Radisys' 5G NR OpenRAN programming to empower OpenRAN organizations for correspondence, mechanical and private organization markets. Notwithstanding the new 5G arrangement, the two organizations executed a permitting understanding for Radisys' LTE programming to permit its circulation with Benetel's eNodeB radio stages.
The pre-coordinated Radisys® and Benetel 5G NR arrangement can be sent in both Non-Standalone (NSA) and Standalone (SA) 5G modes, giving administrators adaptable sending alternatives. The organizations have as of late showed a fruitful 5G SA bring over the n78 5G band utilizing the incorporated arrangement.
"We are excited to partner with Radisys on this joint 4G and 5G offering targeted for OpenRAN deployments," says Adrian O'Connor, CEO of Benetel. "OpenRAN success will be linked to a close integration between a CU/DU solution and an O-RU provider. Radisys is the ideal partner for our solution given its leadership in the OpenRAN ecosystem and its industry-leading LTE and 5G NR software stacks."
An innovator in open telecom arrangements, Radisys has planned its 5G NR programming suite to help both NSA and SA, giving a simple movement way from LTE/LTE-Advanced organizations to 5G. It is focused at mmWave and sub-6 GHz frequencies. Radisys' 5G NR programming suite is consistent with 3GPP Release 15 and O-RAN guidelines with a solid guide to develop towards Release 16. Radisys additionally gives 5G Core Network capacities as characterized by 3GPP.
"Service providers and enterprises want to build their networks with open and disaggregated software and hardware components to reap the benefits of a multi-vendor ecosystem," says Munish Chhabra, Head of Software and Services Business, Radisys. "With Benetel, we are providing a pre-integrated OpenRAN solution that enables operator and enterprise customers to accelerate their network deployments to deliver new innovative services and generate new revenues."
Sandvine | November 11, 2021
Telenet, a leading mobile and cable broadband operator in Belgium, is driving its new "amazing customer experiences" campaign with the help of Sandvine's Application and Network Intelligence portfolio. Using a combination of real-time data, machine learning-powered analytics, and inline actions, Telenet is taming network congestion and creating high-quality application experiences across its networks by delivering innovative application and usage-based plans.
The multiyear deal means Telenet will tap Sandvine's suite of analytics-driven automation use cases to improve application performance across a growing universe of multi-access networks, devices, locations, users and ultimately 5G slices.
Bert Pelgrims, Tribe Lead Connectivity Platforms & Services, Telenet said: "The high degree of application and network intelligence we get with Sandvine's portfolio will not only reveal how our customers are experiencing applications, but will give us the context we need to further improve and monetize services as we transition to 5G and expand our Cable and WiFi networks. Our ONE-connection-total-freedom offerings —'ONE' and 'ONEup'—break down the barriers between mobile and fixed data usage, so visibility across all of our network traffic, and contextual awareness about subscribers' applications experiences, will help us enhance our digital services."
"This Application and Network Intelligence expansion deal extends our long-term relationship with Telenet. We are proud to be a part of what has made Telenet a leading mobile and fixed digital services provider in its market, with a reputation for speed, security, reliability and privacy. By leveraging contextual and predictive analytics, as well as usage-based actions to secure and monetize applications, Telenet has been able to convert real-time data into higher quality application experiences and and revenue growth."
Lyn Cantor, CEO, Sandvine
This expansion includes Sandvine's ActiveLogic Hyperscale Data Plane powered by a machine learning-based traffic classification engine, Active Network Intelligence Portal, Insights Data Storage, and Maestro Policy Engine. It builds on Telenet's existing investments in the company's analytics, network optimization, and revenue generation use cases.
About Telenet Group
As a provider of entertainment and telecommunication services in Belgium, Telenet Group is always looking for the perfect experience in the digital world for its customers. Under the brand name Telenet, the company focuses on offering digital television, high-speed Internet and fixed and mobile telephony services to residential customers in Flanders and Brussels. Under the brand name BASE, it supplies mobile telephony in Belgium. The Telenet Business department serves the business market in Belgium and Luxembourg with connectivity, hosting and security solutions. More than 3,000 employees have one aim in mind: making living and working easier and more pleasant.Telenet Group is part of Telenet Group Holding NV and is quoted on Euronext Brussel under ticker symbol TNET.
Sandvine's cloud-based Application and Network Intelligence portfolio helps customers deliver high quality, optimized experiences to consumers and enterprises. Customers use our solutions to analyze, optimize, and monetize application experiences using contextual machine learning-based insights and real-time actions. Market-leading classification of more than 95% of traffic across mobile and fixed networks by user, application, device, and location creates uniquely rich, real-time data that significantly enhances interactions between users and applications and drives revenues.
prnewswire | November 12, 2020
At the 11th Annual Mobile Broadband Forum today, Huawei's Deputy Chairman Ken Hu spoke with leaders in the telecoms and digital technology sectors about the new value that 5G can bring to different industries around the globe. As 5G is poised to transform the way we live, connect, and work, the telecoms sector is deeply invested in creating more value beyond the consumer market. Global 5G rollout is progressing quickly. As a leader in this domain, China has already seen over 600,000 base stations deployed in more than 300 cities, supporting more than 160 million 5G connections across the country. 5G services in China now deliver speeds in the hundreds of Mbps, and a wide array of 5G services have already been implemented in more than 20 domestic industries, including healthcare, ports, steel, power grids, mining, and manufacturing.