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Test and Measurement: Viavi, Capgemini partner for O-RAN validation (Fri, 17 Sep 2021)
Viavi Solutions continues its efforts to support the testing needs of the developing Open RAN ecosystem, this time with Capgemini Engineering. Viavi says it has partnered with Capgemini Engineering in Portugal to deliver a 5G and O-RAN lab test capability that leveraged Viavi’s O-RAN Lab-as-a-Service (LaaS) approach. “The success of 5G open networks depends on [...] The post Test and Measurement: Viavi, Capgemini partner for O-RAN validation appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Open RAN revenues could surpass proprietary RAN revenues by 2025: Dell’Oro Group (Fri, 17 Sep 2021)
Operators are focused on leveraging Open RAN to lower per-site TCO, according Dell’Oro Group VP Telecoms industry analyst Stefan Pongratz, vice president of the Dell’Oro Group, this week told attendees to the Open RAN Forum that as operators connect radio site total cost of ownership with savings presented by new Open RAN architectures, revenues derived [...] The post Open RAN revenues could surpass proprietary RAN revenues by 2025: Dell’Oro Group appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Amazon faces Teamsters union drive at nine Canadian sites (Sat, 18 Sep 2021)
The Teamsters Union has launched campaigns to organize employees in at least nine Canadian facilities of U.S. e-commerce company Amazon.com, according to Reuters interviews with union officials.
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Stocks slide as Fed meeting moves into focus (Fri, 17 Sep 2021)
U.S. stock indexes slipped Friday as investors digested a disappointing consumer sentiment reading and looked ahead to next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
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