Radisys focused on building a 'truly open' network

As programmability expands from the core to the RAN, 2020 will be a tipping point

According to Neeraj Patel, senior VP and GM of Software & Services at Radisys, RAN is "the most complex piece in the telecom maze."

The RAN, radio access network, provides a connection between a device and the core network, and the initiative to develop virtualized and open RAN (O-RAN) architectures has the potential to majorly disrupt the vendor landscape by creating open interfaces, platforms and ecosystems.

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