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CommScope today announced open interfaces, virtualized RAN functions, and new radio points for its OneCell small cell to provide an innovative and open approach for operators to deploy 5G networks in enterprises and venues.
CLICK TO TWEET: Open interfaces, virtualized RAN functions, and new radio points for CommScope’s OneCell small cell provides an innovative and open approach for operators to deploy 5G networks in enterprises and venues.
The enhanced OneCell solution leverages the latest open RAN and management frameworks to deliver in-building wireless services – a traditionally under-served use case but one that will be critical for operators to address enterprise needs. Innovations include:
“CommScope fully supports open interfaces to stimulate innovation,” said Upendra Pingle, vice president of Distributed Coverage and Capacity Solutions for CommScope’s Venues and Campus Networks segment. “We are delivering solutions for in-building cellular coverage that enable operators to realize the potential of their 5G networks for all types of subscribers and use cases.”
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