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Mavenir announces the creation of an OpenRAN Acceleration Business Unit

businesswire | December 16, 2020

Mavenir announces the creation of an OpenRAN Acceleration Business Unit
Mavenir, the business' just start to finish Network Software Provider, reports an extended Radio association as its industry initiative and progress proceeds in OpenRAN. Mavenir has been an early promoter for OpenRAN to drive transparency, development, and security in 5G and this extension will invigorate the Remote Radio Unit environment.

The OpenRAN business relies upon accessibility of transporter grade, ORAN-agreeable radios that can meet the developing necessities and prerequisites of Public and Private Mobile organizations. To this end, Mavenir is reporting another specialty unit to create equipment and programming creation quality plans for OpenRAN radios, that will empower merchants/accomplices to construct radios for explicit business sectors. Mikael Rylander will lead this Business Group as SVP and GM, Radio Business Unit, to zero in on RRUs and RRU environment.

“Our OpenRAN deployments and trials are gaining momentum globally. To further strengthen our roadmap and ongoing Radio Access strategic initiatives, I am pleased to announce the formation of an RRU Business Unit,” said Pardeep Kohli, President and CEO of Mavenir. “With our leadership in OpenRAN, we want to enable best-in-class partner ecosystem that can together deliver a portfolio of compelling OpenRAN radios. We will support this ecosystem with RRU software, expertise, facilitation of appropriate production sites and RRU validation with our vRAN products. These radios will be available for use by any OpenRAN vendor and not exclusively to Mavenir.”

Likewise, Puneet Sethi will join Mavenir as SVP/GM, to lead the RAN Business Unit and spotlight on making and conveying market driving CU and DU Software arrangements. Mavenir's CU and DU arrangements are planned dependent on OpenRAN standards and are as of now sent with numerous OpenRAN consistent outsider radios. Staying focused on those OpenRAN standards, Mavenir's CU and DU programming arrangements will work with both Mavenir radio unit items and outsider radio units, consequently offering clients the broadest decision in the business.

Puneet joins Mavenir most as of late from Qualcomm where he set up Small Cells and RAN Infra Business ground up to its current industry driving situation in 5G. He had the general obligation of the specialty unit P&L, execution, item guide and business improvement. While conveying huge business development, he effectively advanced FSM RAN items including baseband SoC, SW and RF through 3G/4G/5G industry advances to address the issues of Qualcomm's worldwide client base. Before his present job, he held different functions at Qualcomm including UWB business improvement and driving PHY programming group liable for Qualcomm's first LTE UE modem dispatch. He additionally brings assorted arrangement of telecom encounters from his earlier parts at Radioframe Networks, Comneon and Ubinetics.

About Mavenir:
Mavenir is the industry's only end-to-end, cloud-native network software provider. Focused on accelerating software network transformation and redefining network economics for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) by offering a comprehensive end-to-end product portfolio across every layer of the network infrastructure stack. From 5G application/service layers to packet core and RAN – Mavenir leads the way in evolved, cloud-native networking solutions enabling innovative and secure experiences for end users. Leveraging industry-leading firsts in VoLTE, VoWiFi, Advanced Messaging (RCS), Multi-ID, vEPC, and Virtualized RAN, Mavenir accelerates network transformation for more than 250+ CSP customers in over 120 countries, serving over 50% of the world’s subscribers.

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