The Open RAN Policy Coalition submitted comments in response to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) request for recommendations from stakeholders for developing the Administration’s Implementation Plan for the National Strategy to Secure 5G.
The Coalition believes that there are a variety of steps that policymakers can take to facilitate a vibrant marketplace of suppliers and increased adoption of new innovation based upon open interfaces. In order to nurture this technological approach and accelerate stable, sustainable, and successful advances, the Coalition promotes initiatives and policy priorities that (1) support new and existing innovative technology suppliers that are implementing these open interfaces, as well as small and large network operators, (2) help create a competitive global ecosystem of diverse trusted suppliers and service providers, and (3) bui...
Today, the Open RAN Policy Coalition released two new papers on secure open interfaces and open RAN specifications and deployments.
The first paper, “
Welcome to the Open RAN Policy Coalition blog. Earlier this year, several of our member companies came together as an ad hoc group, to advocate for government policies supporting the development and adoption of open and interoperable solutions in the Radio Access Ne...
Open RAN Policy Coalition members include Airspan, Altiostar, AT&T, AWS, Ciena, Cisco, Cohere Technologies, CommScope, Crown Castle, DeepSig, Dell Technologies, DISH Network, Facebook, Fujitsu, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Intel, JMA Wireless, Juniper Networks, Marvell Technology Group, Mavenir, Microsoft, NEC Corporation, NewEdge Signal Solutions, Nokia, NTT, Oracle, Parallel Wireless, Pivotal Commware, Qualcomm, Quanta Cloud Technology, Radisys, Rakuten, Reliance Jio, Robin.io, Samsung Electronics America, Telefónica, U.S. Cellular, US Ignite, Verizon, VMWare, Vodafone, World Wide Technology, and XCOM-Labs.