Forging a Path to 5G with Open RAN – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 277


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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: With Open RAN, service providers can deliver an open, agile, software-driven network that enables richer services, with greater flexibility at a lower cost. WWT’s Open RAN blueprint, validated in our Advanced Technology Center (ATC), is an end-to-end turnkey solution that accelerates operators’ time to revenue while providing a rapid upgrade path to deliver secure 4G/5G services to business and residential customers.

In this interview, Obinna Egonu, Practice Manager, GSP Solutions Engineering at World Wide Technology (WWT) uncovers the progress toward 5G represented by Open RAN. Further topics include customized deployment models and WWT’s Open RAN program enablement.

The 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors , Intel Optane DC persistent memory, Intel Optane SSDs, and new Intel FPGA programmable acceleration cards (PACs) preconfigured with real workloads and apps come integrated into WWT’s ATC Innovation Ecosystem. This resource is designed to be a multi-vendor solution provider. Rather than being locked into a single proprietary system, users can pull together the best server, storage and software technologies for each unique requirement.

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