O2 Germany, Samsung switch on first ‘commercial’ ORAN site


Deployment marks first of eight planned ORAN and vRAN sites in Landsberg am Lech, as O2 seeks to enable automation, accelerate infra rollout, and enable use-cases for businesses. Move plays into Telefónica’s wider capital intensity reduction strategy. Read more…

This article includes:

  • Organisations: 1&1; Airspan Networks; Dell; Deutsche Telekom; Ericsson; Fujitsu; Intel; NEC; Nokia; Rakuten Symphony; Samsung Electronics; Telefónica Deutschland (O2 Germany); Telefónica Group; Telekom Deutschland; Virgin Media O2 (VM O2); Vodafone Germany; Wind River.
  • Geographic: Europe; Germany; Landsberg am Lech; UK.
  • Themes: 4G; 5G; Augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR); Enterprise (B2B); Infrastructure; Lifecycle management; Massive multiple-input multiple output (massive MIMO); Mobile connectivity; Network automation; Open radio access networks (RAN); Partnerships and alliances; Small cells; Virtualised radio access networks (vRAN).

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