Lockheed Martin Taps Radisys for 5G Open RAN Software

Lockheed Martin has reached an agreement to use 5G open RAN software from Radisys to support relocatable 5G base stations used in military tactical networks.

It’s going to be integrated in Lockheed Martin’s “5G.MIL” products. The moniker relates to programs the defense company is pursuing as it looks to leverage commercial 5G technology to integrate for adaptive and interoperable networks used by the military.

Work that Radisys (which was acquired by India’s Reliance Industries) and Lockheed Martin are collaborating on specifically involves developing capabilities for 5G-powered wireless relay – known as integrated access backhaul (IAB) – to support mission critical communications for aerospace and defense.

 

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