Cisco said that it is building world's first end-to-end fully virtualized and cloud native mobile network for 5G deployment for Japanese firm Rakuten Mobile Network (RMN), a wholly owned subsidiary of Rakuten.
Cisco said that it has partnered with Bharati Airtel to work on IP-based automated network which will help the latter in gradual transition to 5G.
With 5G dominating the technology discourse across all the platform, the MWC 2019 is all set to showcase the work being done by various operators and telecom gear maker for commercial roll out of 5G services.
Nokia said that Bharti Airtel will trial its fronthaul solution which can support 4G, 5G and enterprise services through a common platform.
South Korean firm Samsung Electronics has completed the development of its 5G mmWave chipsets supporting 28GHz and 39GHz bands.
The American technology firm NETSCOUT said that it will support the entire 5G life cycle including planning, rollout, and optimization through its InfiniStreamNG (ISNG) smart data platform.
Months after announcing its partnership, Ericsson and Juniper Networks said that they have on-boarded more than 20 new customers worldwide
Days ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019 Barcelona, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Samsung said that they are collaboration to jointly pitch 5G solutions to communications service providers (CSPs).
IP Infusion OcNOS will enable Infinera to bring value-add capabilities for additional applications such as packet DCI and edge gateways
During the MWC 2019, Juniper will also showcase various joint solutions with strategic partners, including Affirmed Networks, Corero, Ericsson, Hitachi, IBM, Mist Systems, NEC/Netcracker, Red Hat and Tech Mahindra.