Parallel Wireless Announces Industry Leading Open RAN Ecosystem at MWC21 Barcelona
Implement innovations with the most mature ecosystem ALL G – 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G Open RAN, with Intel, GigaTera Communications, Comba Telecom, Supermicro, Silicom, Facebook Connectivity, Red Hat, Telecom Infra Project and O-RAN Alliance
NASHUA, NH,, June 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Parallel Wireless, Inc.., the leading US O-RAN compliant, Open RAN company enabling ALL Gs, has reached a milestone in creating the largest ecosystem of Open RAN partners and plans to demonstrate with our partners the latest innovations in MWC21’s Open RAN technology – Barcelona, in hall 2, stand 2015.
Parallel Wireless is leading the industry break with Open RAN deployment and innovation, including the world’s first network architecture that integrates all mobile connectivity standards – 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi – under one software umbrella. Together with a broad ecosystem of partners, Parallel Wireless can enable MNOs to deploy leading networks while reducing costs and complexity and growing revenues.
This ecosystem of partners is customer-oriented and focuses on assembling viable solutions based on an open and modular architecture, using input from the world’s leading operators leading the Open RAN movement, such as Vodafone,, Telefonica and MTN. At the Mobile World Congress, Parallel Wireless will show how this can be replicated globally to accelerate the deployment of Open RAN and 5G operators.
Parallel Wireless works with a broad ecosystem of partners to provide rapid innovation in hardware and software domains. Rethink today with the vision of tomorrow is the parallel wireless theme for this year ‘s event with two sub – themes of Deployment and Innovation. Our leading demonstrations with our extensive ecosystem of partners include:
- Activate all Gs with Open RAN: Visit our ALL G demo to learn how you can deploy O-RAN, cloud compliant, Open RAN in 2G, 3G, 4G networks. We will show the latest software Open RAN CU and DU with partners such as Red Hat, 6Wind, Whitestack, Dell and HP. Our solutions include a leading, mature Open RAN ecosystem for 7.2 radio stations with partners such as Comba Telecom and GigaTera Communications. We also partner with server hardware vendors such as Supermicro and Silicom Ltd. Solutions for connecting to Intel’s Xeon® x86 platform and we are part of the TIP Open RAN group on Facebook.
- Open RAN reduces TCO: In our TCO demo, you’ll learn how Open RAN solutions can reduce total network ownership (TCO) costs. We will show how Capital Expense’s savings (CapEx) are activated through the use of software and hardware from a broad partner ecosystem, including commercial hardware (COTS) powered by self-configuration tools. And with operating costs (OpEx) of 70% of total TCOs, MNOs will learn how, using Open RAN technology, costs can be halved.
- New services faster with automation: Visit our automation demonstration to learn how state-of-the-art cloud features such as RAN automation, self-configuration, hands-free testing, integration and delivery, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) enable scalability, flexibility and innovation with the ability to start new services faster. With cloud automation tools with partners like Red Hat, you’ll benefit not only from the flexibility of choice and cost savings, but also the flexibility, scalability, and ease of management and upgrades that come with the Open RAN promise.
- Support legacy and upgrade to 5G and later: MNOs are often faced with maintaining legacy networks, 2G, 3G, 4G, while planning their migration path to 5G and beyond. With our software solutions supporting multiple Gs from the same COTS server, innovation and upgrades are seamless and efficient. Visit this demo to learn how you can upgrade your networks to 5G and later, while still supporting legacy 2G, 3G, and 4G networks.
Also be sure to join the panel session on Monday, June 28you such as Eugene Jordan, Vice President of Marketing at Parallel Wireless and others from companies such as Mavenir, Orange Wholesale International Networks, Accenture, Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. and Spirent, discuss, “Open RAN“.
In addition, Parallel Wireless is proud to be nominated for the 2021 GSMA Global Mobile Awards (GLOMO) in the category “Best Breakthrough in Mobile Technology” for our Parallel Wireless All G – 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G Urban Macro Open RAN solution. The winners of the award will be announced at MWC21 Barcelona On Wednesday, June 30you at 12 lunch CET.
We look forward to seeing you soon at Barcelona!!
Keith Johnson, President of Parallel Wireless said “One of the key topics of discussion at MWC will be how, with the continued introduction of 5G, the economy of the mobile industry needs to change. Years of consolidation have left the telecommunications industry with only a few giants of radio access technology (RAN) providers. The telecommunications industry requires networks that are open and flexible in order to reduce deployment and maintenance costs. We are pleased to work with the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), O-RAN Alliance and Open Compute Project to enable a wide open ecosystem of disaggregated RAN solutions using vendor-neutral hardware and software-defined technology based on open interfaces. and developed standards. ”
About Parallel Wireless
At Parallel Wireless, we believe that software has the power to reveal incredible possibilities to the world. We are violating the ways of building and operating wireless networks. We rethink how hardware, software, and the cloud work together to change the deployment economy for our customers. Our ALL G (2G 3G 4G 5G) O-RAN compatible software platform forms an open, secure and intelligent RAN architecture to provide wireless connectivity so that all people can be connected whenever and wherever they choose. We have the world’s leading MNOs and are recognized with over 74 industry awards. At the heart of what we do is our team of Reimaginers, who value innovation, collaboration, openness and customer success. For more information visit: www.parallelwireless.com. Connect to the included Parallel Wireless LinkedIn and Twitter.
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