Huawei has debuted a "three-layered" open software-defined wide area network solution, the vendor's latest product to help operators embrace open architectures.
Deutsche Telekom has unveiled the first start-ups it is supporting through its participation in the Telecom Infra Project (TIP).
True 5G deployments could be held back by vendor interoperability and standards issues caused by Cloud-RAN technology, a new report has claimed.
Vodafone and Huawei have claimed an industry first after they carried out a live update of a key network service without taking it offline.
Telenor is set to commercially launch its cloud-based core network it developed with Cisco, just one of the deals the US-vendor announced on day two of Mobile World Congress.
TIM has launched a project to virtualise its radio access network across Italy, in a move described as key to its migration to 5G.
Deutsche Telekom has coordinated two new industry groups focusing on open radio access network architecture and network slicing.
Vodafone and Telecom Italia (TIM) are speeding up their virtualisation plans through new vendor deals agreed at Mobile World Congress.
Cisco has launched a suite of 5G products for operators and is spearheading a new initiative to boost adoption of virtualised RAN (vRAN).
Turkcell has integrated a virtual LTE RAN platform into its network in a trial in Istanbul, as it looks to push towards network slicing.
In an industry fond of unusual metaphors – having a throat to choke, chasing the dragon spacecraft and the like - Elisa has found a new one to back the launch of its SON solution; namely eating your own dog food.
Vodafone Ziggo is planning to roll out Ericsson's virtual evolved packet core in the second half of this year as it looks to support growing data traffic.
TIM is planning to explore automation, virtualisation and open interfaces as part of a new project with Juniper Networks.
Orange is aiming to "drastically" speed up delivery of services across its footprint by deploying a Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO).
Telefónica and Huawei have completed lab tests on a new transport software-defined network (T-SDN) offering, which would help the operator to identify risks to its network service and prevent issues.
Vodafone has chosen Huawei to supply Openstack-based equipment for its global virtualisation strategy.
Telefónica has claimed it has completed "the last piece of the puzzle" for end-to-end network slicing after integrating a programmable software defined network into a radio access network.
ONAP, the Linux foundation-led virtualisation organisation, has completed its first project, a unified architecture for end-to-end, closed-loop network automation.
Orange has started working with Red Hat in a bid to boost its network virtualisation efforts.
BT has extended its strategic partnership with Cisco by launching new virtualisation solutions into its network, which it said will cut time for enterprise customers wishing to deploy network functions.
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