The Open RAN Policy Coalition is pleased to announce that it recently welcomed Benetel and Deutsche Telekom to its membership, which now totals 56 global technology companies in support of policies that promote the adoption of open and interoperable solutions in the Radio Access Network (RAN).
“We are thrilled to have two new international members join our coalition. It is clear that the potential of Open RAN is being embraced worldwide, with deployments on five continents already,” said Diane Rinaldo, Executive Director of the Open RAN Policy Coalition. “Standardizing interfaces in the RAN encourages a variety of models to emerge and compete, and is helping to create a vibrant international marketplace that will drive advanced wireless networks for 5G and beyond.”
The Open RAN Policy Coalition is a diverse group of information and communications technology companies in support of policies that promote a diverse and competitive wireless market, break down barriers to entry for new players, and create a future in which RAN architecture is based on open and interoperable interfaces. A full list of Open RAN Policy Coalition members can be found on our website at www.openranpolicy.org/about-us/members/.