Case Study - ZTE: Mobile operators are deploying Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) to bring the benefits of the cloud to their networks, such as scalability, increased efficiencies and reduced costs.
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.
Everyone at Radisys was pleased last week to learn that our DCEngine has been shortlisted for the prestigious LTE & 5G Awards 2016 in the "Best NFV/SDN Solution" category. This award is judged by some of the top analysts and industry experts in the world. At Radisys, we’re excited about the innovation that our DCEngine brings to this space as service providers look evolve their LTE networks and bridge the gap to 5G network capabilities.
Neutral host Small Cells were center stage in many presentations throughout the week at Small Cell World Summit as the industry grapples with how to address coverage and capacity issues. The industry is also defining the path to 5G, and small cells will form a critical part of the 5G infrastructure. Radisys' Tom McQuade, GM of CellEngine and Trillium Software division, talks about his experience at the event and shares key trends.
Mobile operators are always on the lookout for innovative and affordable ways to address the continued increase in mobile data traffic over their multi-mode, multi-band networks. Parallel Wireless has developed a multi-mode solution – the HetNet Gateway (HNG) – enabled by our CellEngine Femotatility 3G small cell software. I’m excited to share that our integrated solution has been shortlisted by the Small Cell Forum Awards for recognition in its Small Cell Network Element Design and Technology category.