businesswire | November 20, 2020
Accenture has procured Arca, a Spanish designing administrations organization with an attention on network tasks and business administrations. Its 640 workers will join Accenture in Spain.
Arca gives multidisciplinary administrations to arrange tasks — including exercises to design, plan, send, and oversee telecom foundation — upheld by an incorporated stage that robotizes network checking, streamlines measures and predicts framework irregularities. The blend of these capacities with Accenture's SynOps stage will propel Accenture's capacity to assist associations with turning working models to new wellsprings of development.
The procurement will strengthen Accenture's function as a vital accomplice for the designing, plan, arrangement and activity of organization administrations — voice, information, video, fixed, portable, 5G and IoT — for customers in the broadcast communications, modern, energy and framework ventures, among others. It will likewise improve the's organization abilities in Spain and Portugal, offering customers a thorough arrangement of change benefits across 5G network sending, designing, tasks and industry administrations.
“5G, cloud and edge computing will usher in a new wave of change and innovation for businesses,” said Domingo Mirón, who leads Accenture’s business in Iberia. “To realize their full potential, companies must act now to adopt the right strategy and build new business solutions enabled by network investments. By harnessing Arca’s expertise, this acquisition will strengthen our ability to help clients accelerate their 5G Cloud network transformation from design through to deployment and operation.”
Manish Sharma, bunch CEO of Accenture Operations, said "The change needed for mechanical areas to modernize frameworks, cycles, items and administrations may be conceivable with profound aptitude of the basic organizations that help these troublesome advances. Arca's tremendous involvement in network benefits completely supplements Accenture's procedure of driving imparted an incentive to customers through the cooperation of human creativity and advanced innovation. Together, we will assist customers with adjusting their working model, extend the abilities of their kin and drive advancement to open the maximum capacity of 5G."
Established in 1998, Arca has huge experience working with network administrators, telco framework administrations endeavors and other huge organizations to assist them with changing their business and cycles and actualize new interchanges advancements. Arca likewise offers business administrations, for example, deals uphold, examination, measure evaluation, provisioning and administration confirmation. The organization has 14 workplaces across Spain including Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona, Sevilla, Vigo and Malaga.
“Our vision at Arca has always been to be a reliable partner on any type of telecommunications project and differentiate what we do by innovative processes, deep expertise and unparalleled talent,” said César Cid, Arca’s CEO. “Joining Accenture will enable us to advance our successful journey exponentially, especially as we bring capabilities to a global scale and capitalize on the breadth and depth of Accenture’s expertise across nearly every industry and market.”
Accenture is a global professional services company with leading capabilities in digital, cloud and security. Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills across more than 40 industries, we offer Strategy and Consulting, Interactive, Technology and Operations services — all powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centers. Our 506,000 people deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity every day, serving clients in more than 120 countries. We embrace the power of change to create value and shared success for our clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities.
prnewswire | September 17, 2020
The "Beyond 5G Technology, Infrastructure, and Devices 2025 - 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. This research evaluates the 6G market for infrastructure, devices, applications, and services. The report assesses the technologies, capabilities, and anticipated communications and computing solutions beyond 5G. It analyzes 5G evolution and the impact of anticipated 6G technologies on the ICT ecosystem including infrastructure, business planning, and innovation areas necessary to realize the beyond 5G market. It also provides forecasts for 6G technology including infrastructure, devices, apps and services from 2025 through 2030.
Marvell | December 10, 2021
Marvell announced the industry's first 50Gbps PAM4 DSP and TIA chipset solution for 5G fronthaul, which enables industry-leading performance for integrated radio access networks (RAN), as well as Open (O-RAN) and virtualized (vRAN) architectures. To meet growing 5G capacity demands, carriers are seeking advanced fronthaul solutions that scale beyond 25G. The Marvell® AtlasOne™ chipset, optimized for superior performance and up to 25% lower power consumption1, is part of a market-leading electro-optics portfolio that puts Marvell at the forefront of this transition.
5G adoption is accelerating among consumers and expanding into new enterprise and industrial markets. To prepare for the anticipated surge in 5G traffic, carriers are upgrading radio capacity with wider bandwidths – up to 200 MHz – and massive MIMO technology with up to 64 transmit and receive antennas per Radio Unit (RU). In order to realize these capacity gains, the corresponding fronthaul bandwidth needs to be concurrently increased to 50G, which is driving demand for the AtlasOne platform.
O-RAN and vRAN architectures also amplify AtlasOne advantages. O-RAN enables carriers to accelerate capacity upgrades by selecting the best-in-class radio and fronthaul solutions from different vendors as soon as the most advanced solutions become available. With vRAN, baseband capacity instances can be aggregated in a Distributed Unit (DU) and dynamically shared among multiple RUs. When sufficient radio and fronthaul bandwidths are provisioned, carriers can adaptively shift capacity towards unforeseen traffic spikes to improve network efficiency and user experience. Together with OEM partners, Marvell's combination of industry-leading AtlasOne fronthaul, widely deployed OCTEON Fusion® RAN silicon, Prestera® switches and Alaska® Ethernet PHYs, are helping operators push the envelope of 5G network performance.
"We're proud to introduce the AtlasOne chipset, a robust, high-performance solution that is helping to make 50G a reality in 5G infrastructure,With this latest addition to our portfolio, we offer telecom carriers access to the same trusted solutions that Marvell has successfully delivered to top hyperscale data center operators."
Xi Wang, VP Product Marketing, Optical Connectivity at Marvell
"Fueled by burgeoning 5G adoption and Internet traffic growth, advances in both radio unit capabilities and system architecture are accentuating the importance of high-speed data interconnect, particularly at the edge, where network efficiency and scalability can be greatly enhanced with new virtualized architectures," said Stéphane Téral, Chief Analyst, LightCounting. "With Marvell's extensive end-to-end RAN experience, its new AtlasOne chipset is well-positioned to become an essential ingredient for the most advanced 5G networks."
Marvell AtlasOne chipset includes:
Marvell's industry-leading PAM4 digital core for optimal performance across a range of applications.
Marvell's companion IN5662 TIA to deliver remarkable linearity while maintaining ultra-low noise and power.
The industry's first PAM4 DSP integrated Direct Modulated Laser driver in mainstream CMOS technology.
Industrial temperature range support for 5G fronthaul applications.
To deliver the data infrastructure technology that connects the world, we're building solutions on the most powerful foundation: our partnerships with our customers. Trusted by the world's leading technology companies for 25 years, we move, store, process and secure the world's data with semiconductor solutions designed for our customers' current needs and future ambitions. Through a process of deep collaboration and transparency, we're ultimately changing the way tomorrow's enterprise, cloud, automotive, and carrier architectures transform—for the better.