Nokia & Facebook work on gigabit wireless; Radisys open sources its 4G RAN software

Radisys announced on Monday  that it has open sourced its eNodeB software under the AGPL license to deliver an integrated, pre-validated and tested solution for Qualcomm Technologies’  FSM9955 chipset, delivering an end-to-end RAN SoC (system on a chipset) targeted for small cells and CBRS deployments. The solution paves the way for faster 5G adoption where RAN densification and network slicing are key requirements.

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Radisys Open Sources 4G RAN Software on the Qualcomm® FSM™ Platform for Small Cell and CBRS Deployments
Radisys Open Sources 4G RAN Software on the Qualcomm® FSM™ Platform for Small Cell and CBRS Deployments

Integrated chipset solution is available now; demonstrating Radisys’ ongoing commitment to enabling wider O...

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