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Selected by Altiostar to speed up deployment of virtualized radio access network infrastructure, Keysight's 5G test solutions

businesswire | December 08, 2020

Selected by Altiostar to speed up deployment of virtualized radio access network infrastructure, Keysight's 5G test solutions
Keysight Technologies, Inc. a main innovation organization that helps endeavors, specialist co-ops and governments quicken advancement to associate and make sure about the world, reported that Altiostar has chosen the organization's 5G test answers for quicken improvement and sending of an open virtualized radio access organization (open vRAN) foundation basic in the conveyance of a wide-scope of 5G use cases.

Altiostar chose Keysight's exhaustive set-up of 5G test arrangements, including 5G multi-band vector handsets, channel emulators, client gear (UE) emulators and O-RU (O-RAN radio unit) emulators to confirm interoperability between vRAN parts and conformance to details distributed by the O-RAN Alliance. A multi-merchant open RAN biological system, comprising of providers of radio and baseband equipment, just as disaggregated virtualized and cloud-local RAN and 5G center (5GC) programming parts, use Altiostar's open vRAN programming to convey creative arrangements that help robotized and savvy versatile organizations.

“Keysight’s end-to-end 5G test solutions enable us to validate the interoperability and performance of our open vRAN solution, which empowers mobile operators to automate operations and provide new, revenue generating services,” said Srinivas Gudladana, head of India operations at Altiostar.
“We are pleased to support Altiostar with an integrated test portfolio that automates verification of vRAN technology in compliance to 3GPP specifications and beyond,” said Kalyan Sundhar, general manager for Keysight’s edge-to-core group. “Keysight is committed to supporting macro and small cells infrastructure providers by investing early in Open RAN technology and contributing to the O-RAN Alliance as editor of the front-haul specifications.”

About Altiostar

Altiostar provides 4G and 5G open virtualized RAN (Open vRAN) software that supports open interfaces and virtualizes the radio access baseband functions to build a disaggregated multi-vendor, web-scale, cloud-based mobile network. Operators can add intelligence, quickly adapt the network for different services and automate operations to rapidly scale the network and reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Altiostar collaborates with a growing ecosystem of partners to support a diverse Open RAN supply chain. The Altiostar Open vRAN solution has been deployed globally, including the world’s first cloud-native commercial-scale mobile network with Rakuten Mobile in Japan.

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