prnewswire | November 02, 2020
Today, DISH and Intel reported an organization to incorporate Intel 5G framework innovation into DISH's buildout of the country's first virtualized, open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) 5G network arrangement. the Intel vRAN Dedicated Accelerator ACC100 and Intel's FlexRAN programming reference engineering for its arrangements.
With a greenfield 5G network that is being architected starting from the earliest stage, DISH is working with a few U.S.- based sellers to consolidate cloud and availability innovation to control cutting edge administrations and endeavor use cases. As the world's driving organization silicon supplier, Intel brings a full set-up of silicon, programming and apparatuses to change the organization with a product characterized, deft and versatile framework. Through close coordinated effort with Intel, DISH can solidify and upgrade numerous remaining tasks at hand at areas over its organization for expanded productivity.
"Intel has been a trusted advisor throughout the design of our O-RAN network, working in concert with our software vendors Mavenir, Altiostar, and many OEM hardware providers. We have tested several commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) designs from a large number of server vendors using Intel's O-RAN compliant FlexRAN architecture and are pleased by the maturity and power of the solutions, together with the cost benefits of COTS solutions," said Marc Rouanne, executive vice president and chief network officer, DISH. "We are using the power of the VMware abstraction solution and the ubiquity of Intel-based servers to load and mix different types of cloud-native workloads like distributed unit (DU), centralized unit (CU), virtual routers, mobile edge computing applications, and 5G Core containerized network functions."
"Fully-virtualized, cloud-native networks like the one DISH is building bring the same server economics that transformed the data center," said Dan Rodriguez, Intel corporate vice president and general manager of the Network Platforms Group. "We are excited to partner with DISH to lay the foundation for a truly agile network and have already begun working with our OEM partners who have designed FlexRAN-based servers to enable a variety of new innovative use cases and services."
DISH and Intel are cooperating on the completely virtualized RAN, including radio reference plans, fronthaul improvement, equipment based security, and outlines for workers. The two organizations are likewise working together to empower edge applications for ventures and driving O-RAN principles, and are participating in the territories of information streamlining and Machine Learning for future periods of the organization buildout.
DISH Network Corporation is a connectivity company. Since 1980, it has served as a disruptive force, driving innovation and value on behalf of consumers. Through its subsidiaries, the company provides television entertainment and award-winning technology to millions of customers with its satellite DISH TV and streaming SLING TV services. In 2020, the company became a nationwide U.S. wireless carrier through the acquisition of Boost Mobile. DISH continues to innovate in wireless, building the nation's first cloud-native, Open RAN-based 5G broadband network.
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Movandi | May 25, 2021
Movandi, a leader of new 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) technology, revealed today the successful demonstration of mmWave repeaters, delivering on the promise of seamless 5G cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) communication for the next generation of connected vehicles. On the Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband network, a Movandi BeamXR powered mmWave repeater installed within a car allowed greater than 10x efficiency gains with an average throughput of 1.5 gigabits per second (Gbps). The test results revealed a 25X improvement in throughput over a standard 4G LTE service, and it was carried out on behalf of an industry partner.
The 5G mmWave spectrum has orders of magnitude greater efficiency than the sub-6 GHz spectrum by providing for much higher data rates and lower latency. This performance will allow the low latency and high throughput expected by sensor-laden connected cars, which generate terabytes of data for cloud-based AI systems and predictive algorithms to improve safety and collision avoidance systems.
However, as the industry transitions from 4G to 5G, many service providers see sub-6 GHz technology as the only viable 5G solution for mobile connectivity in automobiles. Higher-speed mmWave technology is believed to be too difficult to implement in fast-moving vehicles where steel and glass materials act as barriers to mmWave signal penetration. This challenge is illustrated by the short-range and lower data speeds experienced by users of 5G mmWave-enabled handsets while on the road.
Gartner predicts that the attach rate of 5G interfaces in embedded automotive telematics will rise from 0% in 2019 to 51% by 2029. The automobile industry will accelerate 5G adoption for the Internet of Things (IoT), with almost 180 million connected vehicles by 2029.
Movandi has shown that its BeamXR mmWave powered repeaters integrated into vehicles can overcome these difficulties, allowing uninterrupted ultra-wideband communications in urban areas with 5G access points spaced approximately 1,000 meters apart. Next-generation Node B (gNB) base stations are often deployed 500 meters apart in today's typical 5G coverage areas. Coverage is often restricted within a few meters of a gNB, while BeamXR-powered mmWave repeaters extend continuous coverage and have a seamless handoff between gNBs to ensure continuity. 5G connections with 1.5 Gbps data speeds can be achieved with gNBs placed farther apart (1000 meters or more) by using mmWave repeaters within vehicles, allowing operators to reduce costs by reducing the number of gNBs deployed along roadways.
If the vehicle is moving or stationary, BeamXR-powered repeaters can have uninterrupted 5G ultra-wideband coverage for end-users and edge computing systems in infotainment control panels. The repeaters collaborate with the base station to provide continuous coverage at highway speeds while completing handoffs between gNBs in sub-seconds. A single repeater can support multiple mobile phones or modems within a vehicle while also providing 5G backhaul to the cloud for self-driving cars. Movandi repeaters also help to reduce mobile phone power usage and mmWave radiation inside the vehicle.
Movandi provides full 5G mmWave reference designs, demos, and trial opportunities to customers to help them lower development costs and accelerate time to market.
Movandi is the fastest-growing 5G mmWave solutions company, focusing on the design and development of deep technologies for 5G and beyond, interconnecting our world and enabling AI apps to improve the lives of all humanity. Former Broadcom innovators who are RF and SoC world-recognized pioneers and visionaries, including today's top leaders in the wireless industry, founded the company. Their innovations have shaped and transformed wireless over the last few decades. Movandi, the leader of wireless RF systems, is solving real-world 5G mmWave deployments with unmatched differentiation and high-performance core technology in 5G integrated circuits, antennas, systems, algorithms, and design disciplines, enabling 5G to achieve its maximum potential. Movandi's flexible solutions solve 5G mmWave deployment cost and scheduling challenges while also providing future-proof solutions that use mesh and routing to improve 5G coverage and capacity. Movandi's robust and diverse system IP and patent portfolio powers the entire 5G ecosystem, from infrastructure to mobile, thus ensuring optimum 5G coverage.
Zeeve | June 30, 2022
Leo Capital and Blu Ventures contributed $2.65 million to the seed round of Zeeve, an enterprise-grade no-code platform for automating blockchain infrastructure. The money obtained from this round will be utilized to strengthen product development, expand the technical team, and broaden the company's appeal to DApp developers and multinational organizations.
Using its no-code platform, Zeeve makes it simple to install Blockchain nodes and Decentralized Apps on enterprise-grade infrastructure. The stakeholders may manage their nodes and networks with powerful analytics and real-time notifications, and nodes can be deployed in a matter of minutes. The majority of the important permissioned blockchain protocols, such as Hyperledger Fabric, R3 Corda, Fluree, and Hyperledger Sawtooth, as well as public blockchain protocols, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, Tron, Avalanche, and Fantom, are supported by Zeeve's solution.
Zeeve was established in 2021 by Dr. Ravi Chamria, a serial entrepreneur, tech evangelist, and co-founders Ghan Vashistha and Sankalp Sharma. Zeeve has since become a leader in the development of simple-to-deploy web3 infrastructure, with the trust of more than 10,000 developers, Blockchain startups, and businesses.
"The Internet has come a long way - from the simple web pages of web1.0 to the decentralized web3.0. Lots of exciting innovations have happened in the web3.0 space like DeFi, NFTs, Decentralized Insurance, Prediction Markets, etc. We should expect to see a lot more innovation over the next five years, revolutionizing how we use the internet. With further advancements in blockchain technology, we may soon see web3 utilized for everything from online commerce to voting and governance."
Dr. Ravi Chamria, CEO, Zeeve
Web3 is reportedly being hailed as the internet of the future by Harvard Business Review. Web3 has the power to increase everyone's access to the internet. More quickly than in previous web iterations, Web3 infrastructure may be used by new enterprises to create communities around their brands and product concepts. By linking to content networks powered by blockchain technology and granting users some level of data governance, even currently operating platforms may use such prospects. All of this suggests that the web will appear very different — and far more open — than it does right now in the future.
"In this new era of the internet, companies like Zeeve play a pivotal part in making it easy for enterprises and Blockchain startups to deploy blockchain nodes and consume APIs to connect with Blockchains. Zeeve's offering helps DevOps teams ease their operational, security, and performance challenges while deploying and managing Blockchain nodes and networks," says Tarun Upaday, Partner, Blu Ventures.