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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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In a world of ubiquitous multimedia connectivity with Snapchat, Twitter, Skype - pick your favorite communication app - most people take access to communication services for granted. In fact, universal service - the principle that all consumers should have access to communications services - was first publicly proclaimed in 1907 by AT&T’s then president, and made law in the US with the Communications Act in 1934. Unfortunately for millions of hearing impaired consumers, this concept was not realized until the mid 1960s. In 1964 Ma Bell’s PSTN added a second sense with the introduction of Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf (TDDs). Learn More »
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Today, Radisys announces implementation of the Intel Rack Scale Design (RSD). Radisys’ DCEngine, enabled with Intel RSD, is a game changer with its ability to help communications service providers build open management frameworks with dynamic resource allocation, intelligent policy profiling and a real-time, granular view of storage, compute and network resource usage across the datacenter. 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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At the end of 2016, Radisys joined China Unicom and other telecom industry leaders in Beijing at the Global Network Technology Conference. The main topic of discussion? An open CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) reference solution that will aid in the implementation of 5G. CORD delivers an open platform for residential (R-CORD), enterprise (E-CORD) and mobile (M-CORD) service delivery. Together with ON.Lab/ONF, leading companies including Radisys announced the China CORD® Industry Alliance to foster collaboration with the open source networking community in China, while furthering the goals of the open CORD project. 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 »

I’m delighted to announce that our own president and CEO Brian Bronson has been selected to the Portland Business Journal “2016 Executives of the Year” list.

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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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I recently had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussing 5G and future networks at the Carrier Network Virtualization conference. We had a lively discussion on communications service providers’ requirements that are driving the transition to 5G networks. This includes the acceleration of new service delivery, vast IoT applications, and the requirement for an open multi-vendor mobile network. 

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