O-RAN test doubles 5G Site capacity


Vodafone  and Telecom Infra Project (TIP), the O-RAN collaborative group, ran the test using equipment from  Cohere Technologies, VMware, Capgemini Engineering and Intel.

The  test used a programmable AI RAN Intelligent Controller (RIC) compatible with O-RAN components from the companies involved.

It was claimed that the test was was the first example of a 5G multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) running on a RIC located at a multi-vendor O-RAN test site.

“MU-MIMO apportions ample bandwidth to individual users connected to the same mobile site and is considered the pivotal technique to boost cell capacity in future 5G networks,” said a statement from the participants.

A Vodafone statement said the system reduces the cost of  the hardware by a third and cuts down on energy consumption.

 

 

 





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