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Future Open Networks Research Challenge - Find a Consortium Partner

Posted by Vicki DeBlasi

Academic / Research & Development | Telecommunications
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DCMS has launched a £25m competition to enable academics and the telecoms industry to conduct early-stage research into open and interoperable telecoms solutions, such as Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN), for us in 5G and future networks such as 6G.

UK5G understands that many organisations are seeking potential consortium partners in preparation of submitting a proposal.

UK5G is here to help you find the right partner. To start the process, please post in this thread:

- Your organisation's name

- Your proposal area of focus

- What your organisation can offer

- What capabilities/skills your require from a partnership.

Please come back to this thread to check for posts from others.

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Posted by Vicki DeBlasi | 2 replies
  • Ben Ash
    Sales Manager

    Radisys Corporation. We're a vendor of cellular software stacks for RAN (L2/3) and core, both as binary and source code.

    We have a wide ecosystem of RU/RAN partners offering different shaped and sizes of RU and baseband processing platforms for all 5G use cases, and all our components (DU, CU, Core) are OpenRAN compliant.

    We'd be happy to partner with RU, PHY, SoC tecnology partners, as well as academia, Teleco and system integrators who wish to operate the proposed testbeds using our open and interoperable software.

    Thanks for reading.

    Ben Ash, Sales Director EMEA, Mobility Engine

    ben.ash@radisys.com

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  • Cambrian Connect 

    UK wide networks 

    Cambrian provide gigabit services over fibre and wireless technology. we are currently working in partnership with some major manufacturers and have agreed funding to roll out 60ghz and 5G small cell (open-ran) networks across the UK. 

    Cambrian are interested in taking part in the programme with regards technical build and funding.

    Cambrian are seeking any opportunity to discuss collaboration.

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