Vodafone and Telefonica select Fairwaves for OpenRAN RFI

Fairwaves is proud to have been recognized by Vodafone and Telefonica as best-in-class for its 2G software and as one of the up-and-coming RAN vendors at the TIP summit in London (Oct 2018). We look forward to developing and deploying OpenRAN with Vodafone, Telefonica and many other MNO’s

https://www.vodafone.com/content/index/what/technology-blog/telecoms-industry-first-openran-rfi.html

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“For a long time we searched for the right private GSM solution that addressed our specific needs in the outdoors. Over the last two years we tested almost every system available in the private GSM market, but none of them made it even one day. We discovered that our needs required an affordable, tailor-made solution. Fairwaves provided us with a solution that works perfectly in our wireless grid.”


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  • Fairwaves base stations presented at TIP Summit 2018

    Thank you TipSummit18 and TelecomTV for showcasing Fairwaves’ base stations as part of OpenRAN in this short video. We look forward to help MNO’s like Vodafone and Telefonica reduce the cost of network deployments with our software-defined radio base stations designed for this new open ecosystem.  

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