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The CG-OpenRack-19 specification was put under the spotlight at last week’s Open Compute Project (OCP) Telco Workshop, which served as a lead-in session to the Light Reading Big Communications Event. Along with AT&T’s Tom Anschutz, I had the opportunity to lead the discussion at this workshop and educate attendees about the benefits that an open hardware solution brings to the telco industry. While Radisys has seen growing traction for OCP-based hardware, about half of the audience was new to the concept. Learn More »
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I just returned from last week’s Open Networking Summit, which over the past six years has grown into the industry’s largest open networking and orchestration event in the world. I’m not surprised by this growth. During that same time period, the telecom industry has made a major shift as communications service providers (CSPs) have embraced SDN and NFV architectures and are turning to open source hardware and software solutions to build the networks of the future. Learn More »
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Mobile World Congress 2017 was a key milestone for Radisys – providing an opportunity to showcase the culmination of our company transformation from our history in embedded telecom products to our future as a leader in open solutions for SDN, NFV and 5G. During MWC, Light Reading spoke with our president and CEO, Brian Bronson, about this transformation and how Radisys is helping communications service providers deploy agile open service delivery networks to accelerate their 5G service rollouts and revenues. Learn More »
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As mobile and telecom experts from around the world plan to gather in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2017, we are looking forward to engaging with the industry on open solutions for SDN, NFV and 5G and providing insights into developments in open source hardware and software for mobile service delivery. Learn More »
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As 2016 comes to a close, I’m proud of the tremendous strides that Radisys took this year to help communications service providers solve the complex challenges of next-generation networks. During the year we embraced the industry transition to open source hardware and software, launched game-changing products that are a first in the industry, and strengthened our Professional Services offering.

Doubling Down on Open Source Software and Hardware

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At Radisys, we were excited to collaborate recently with SDxCentral to showcase a live demo of M-CORD as part of SDxCentral’s “DemoFriday.” Learn More »
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The Internet of Things is rapidly moving from a hot technology buzzword to a mainstream technology. This was a key takeaway for me from my discussions and observations from CommunicAsia in Singapore last week where I presented and met with many attendees at our booth. Learn More »
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The wireless data traffic explosion on the network has caused service providers to re-evaluate their existing network infrastructure. This traditional Central Office infrastructure built with closed proprietary boxes has proven to be too rigid, limited by existing hardware investment and available spectrum. A progressive open source project of the ONOS partnership – CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) – delivers a powerful new approach to transform service providers’ Central Offices into telco optimized data centers. Learn More »
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Radisys President and CEO Brian Bronson recently met with Marc Smith, group editor for Mobile Europe, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The resulting video interview shares Brian’s views on Radisys’ transition to a software-centric company and the work underway to develop those software systems, including MediaEngine, FlowEngine and CellEngine. Learn More »
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Radisys' DCEngine is assembling the best off-the-shelf hardware components and open source software in an efficient form factor combined with vendor support for production and scale. Service providers will now be able to virtualize their data centers in weeks vs. years. Learn More »