Open RAN Policy Coalition Welcomes Nine New Members

The Open RAN Policy Coalition is excited to welcome nine new companies to its membership. New members include American Tower, Broadcom, GigaTera Communications, Inseego, Ligado Networks, Nvidia, RIFT, Texas Instruments, and Xilinx.

Membership in our coalition now totals 54 global technology companies in support of policies that promote the adoption of open and interoperable solutions in the Radio Access Network (RAN).

Open RAN technology allows wireless networks to be deployed with a more modular design and without being dependent on a single vendor. This will spur competition, increase diversity in the supply chain for 5G and other advanced wireless technologies, and continue to drive innovation as new players enter the market.

New members are welcomed by Open RAN Policy Coalition members 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, Mavenir, Microsoft, NEC Corporation, NewEdge Signal Solutions, Nokia, NTT, Oracle, Parallel Wireless, Pivotal Commware, Qualcomm, Quanta Cloud Technology, Radisys, Rakuten Mobile, Reliance Jio, Robin, Samsung Electronics America, Telefónica, U.S. Cellular, US Ignite, Verizon, VMWare, Vodafone, World Wide Technology, and XCOM-Labs.