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Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) today announced availability of the new DesignWare® ARC® HS4x and HS4xD processor family for high-performance embedded applications. The ARC HS44, HS46, HS48, HS45D and HS47D processors, available in single-, dual- and quad-core configurations, implement a dual-issue superscalar architecture that delivers up to 6000 DMIPS per core, making it the highest performance processor in the popular ARC HS family. The HS45D and HS47D also support more than 150 DSP-optimized instructions, delivering 2x higher performance and a unique combination of high-performance control and high-efficiency digital signal processing. To make it easier to take advantage of the new hardware features and simplify software development, the MetaWare Development Toolkit has been enhanced with dual-issue pipeline support, a rich DSP software library and an optimized C/C++ compiler. The ARC HS4x and HS4xD processors are designed to meet the power, performance and area requirements of a broad range of high-end embedded applications including solid-state drives (SSDs), wireless baseband, wireless control, home networking, automotive control and infotainment, multi-channel home audio, advanced human-machine interface (HMI), industrial control and home automation. "Our design team is under constant pressure to achieve higher performance for our SSD controllers to keep up with the rapidly evolving enterprise market," said Sky Shen, CEO at Starblaze. "Synopsys' new ARC HS4x and HS4xD processors will enable us to achieve new levels of performance while limiting power consumption and chip area, which is very important in our application. Additionally, the ARC development tools and ecosystem will help us accelerate our software development effort and project schedules." "A growing number of embedded applications require a combination of high-performance RISC execution and energy-efficient signal processing," said Linley Gwennap, principal analyst at The Linley Group. "Synopsys' new HS4xD processors, with their superscalar architecture and hardware DSP support, give SoC designers an alternative to implementing separate CPU and DSP cores, saving power and silicon gates." The ARC HS44, HS46 and HS48 processors utilize the ARCv2 instruction-set architecture (ISA), which enables the implementation of high-performance embedded designs with low power consumption and a small silicon footprint. The ARC HS4x family features a high-speed 10-stage, dual-issue pipeline that supports out-of-order execution, minimizing idle processor cycles and maximizing instruction throughput. The processors deliver up to 6000 DMIPS per core at 2.5 GHz while requiring only 0.06 mm2 of area and as little as 37 microwatts/MHz in typical 16-nm FinFET processes. The sophisticated branch prediction and a late-stage ALU reduce load-to-use latency to improve instruction processing efficiency. The HS4x processors are available in single-, dual- and quad-core configurations that deliver up to 24,000 DMIPS per cluster. The HS46 and HS48 offer instruction and data caches (up to 64 KBs of each) and support for full Level 1 (L1) cache coherency. The HS48 also incorporates up to eight megabytes of Level 2 (L2) cache as well as a full-featured memory management unit (MMU) supporting symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) Linux. Like all ARC processors, all HS4x processors are configurable and implement the ARC Processor EXtension (APEX) technology that enables the addition of custom instructions to meet the unique performance, power and area requirements of each target application. The HS45D and HS47D offer the same high-end control features of their HS4x counterparts with additional DSP capabilities useful for baseband, audio, voice, speech and other signal processing applications. To speed the execution of math functions, the HS45D and HS47D give designers the option to implement a hardware integer divider, instructions for 64-bit multiply, multiply-accumulate (MAC), vector addition and vector subtraction, and a configurable IEEE 754-compliant floating point unit (single- or double-precision or both). The ARC HS4xD processors are compatible with the ultra-low power ARC EMxD processors and have the same instruction set, making it easy to migrate code between the two processor families. The blend of high-performance RISC and DSP capabilities in the HS4xD processors provides efficient multi-channel audio processing for mobile, home and automotive infotainment applications. The HS4xD can simultaneously manage control tasks such as communications stacks and filesystem support while providing the signal processing bandwidth to support audio decoding, post-processing and voice-based HMI processing. These tasks are critical to high-performance wireless streaming speaker systems and voice-activated assistants found in an increasing number of homes. A portfolio of HS4xD-optimized audio/voice codecs and post-processing software is available from Synopsys and third-party partners. The ARC HS4x and HS4xD Processor family is supported by a robust ecosystem of software and hardware development tools, including the MetaWare compiler/debugger, the nSIM instruction set simulator, the MQX real-time operating system (RTOS), and third-party tools, operating systems (including Linux) and middleware from leading industry vendors. The MetaWare Development Toolkit includes an optimized library of DSP functions such as FFT and DCT, FIR and IIR filters, as well as vector and matrix math functions, allowing software engineers to rapidly implement algorithms from standard DSP building blocks. The Toolkit also includes an ITU-T base-ops library for developing voice codecs. For regular C code, the compiler automatically generates ARCv2DSP ISA instructions to deliver the best performance, including guided and auto vectorization optimizations. "We are seeing tremendous innovation and increasing complexity in embedded applications such as SSDs, wireless control and home networking, which is driving the need for significant performance increases in embedded processors," said John Koeter, vice president of marketing for IP at Synopsys. "The new ARC HS4x and HS4xD processors are the highest performance processors in the ARC portfolio, enabling designers to address the growing control and signal processing demands for their embedded designs." The ARC HS44, HS46, HS48, HS45D and HS47D processors are scheduled to be available in June 2017. Learn more about the DesignWare ARC HS4x/HS4xD Processors: Synopsys is a leading provider of high-quality, silicon-proven IP solutions for SoC designs. The broad DesignWare IP portfolio includes logic libraries, embedded memories, embedded test, analog IP, wired and wireless interface IP, security IP, embedded processors and subsystems. To accelerate prototyping, software development and integration of IP into SoCs, Synopsys' IP Accelerated initiative offers IP prototyping kits, IP software development kits and IP subsystems. Synopsys' extensive investment in IP quality, comprehensive technical support and robust IP development methodology enables designers to reduce integration risk and accelerate time-to-market. For more information on DesignWare IP, visit www.synopsys.com/designware. Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) is the Silicon to Software™ partner for innovative companies developing the electronic products and software applications we rely on every day. As the world's 15th largest software company, Synopsys has a long history of being a global leader in electronic design automation (EDA) and semiconductor IP and is also growing its leadership in software security and quality solutions. Whether you're a system-on-chip (SoC) designer creating advanced semiconductors, or a software developer writing applications that require the highest security and quality, Synopsys has the solutions needed to deliver innovative, high-quality, secure products. Learn more at www.synopsys.com. This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including statements regarding the expected release and benefits of the ARC HS44, HS46, HS48, HS45D and HS47D processors. Any statements that are not statements of historical fact may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. These statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results, time frames or achievements to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements. Other risks and uncertainties that may apply are set forth in the "Risk Factors" section of Synopsys' most recently filed Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q. Synopsys undertakes no obligation to update publicly any forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking statements, even if new information becomes available in the future. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/synopsys-new-superscalar-arc-hs-processors-boost-risc-and-dsp-performance-for-high-end-embedded-applications-300462064.html


Measurement confirms broadband antenna pattern for soon to be repacked station Bowie, Maryland / Lichtenau, Germany – LS telcom, a worldwide leader in Spectrum Management and Spectrum Monitoring solutions, today announced that it has recently completed broadcast measurements in Cedar Hill, Texas, USA, via unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The measurement validated both the horizontal and vertical transmission patterns of a newly installed broadband antenna for a local Dallas television station. Leveraging the precision flight of the UAS combined with a specialized measurement payload, the key data was captured over a two-day period at the Cedar Hill facility this month, as part of the local network’s preparation for the upcoming repack. With the recent completion of the FCC Broadcast Incentive Auction, over nine hundred television stations across the United States are being repacked to new channel assignments. In a compressed timeframe of just thirty-nine months to complete the nationwide process, broadcasters are searching for capabilities and technologies that increase the efficiency of the equipment installation process. LS telcom’s UAS Broadcast Measurement allows broadcasters to capture equipment performance at its source and avoid the lengthy process of drive testing hundreds of square miles to validate basic operation. The measurement data captured can be input into network planning tools for additional analysis, allowing broadcasters to compare the actual transmission patterns of the network with the theoretical projections. UAS Broadcast Measurements represent a huge savings in time, manpower, and testing effort for broadcasters, network installers, and equipment vendors. “We are pleased to be able to bring this innovative technology to US broadcasters. As the industry faces the compressed time frame of the repack, LS telcom’s UAS Broadcast Measurement can optimize installations and rapidly provide broadcasters with the key baseline measurement of their network’s performance,” said Casey Joseph, Vice President of LS telcom Inc. Broadcasters preparing for network equipment upgrades can include UAS Broadcast Measurement as a service in their network repack plans being filed with the FCC. With over eight hundred successful measurements to its credit, LS telcom (through its subsidiary Colibrex) is the global leader in UAS Broadcast Measurement. The processes and procedures for these measurements have been approved for operations in over fifteen different countries around the world. For the Cedar Hill measurement, LS telcom operated under an FAA approved Part 107 waiver giving access to the necessary airspace for the mission. LS telcom is currently scheduling the UAS Broadcast Measurement service throughout the USA for validation of current broadcast network operations, as well as new equipment installations. For more information please contact Info@LStelcom.us About LS telcom LS telcom is the global leader in spectrum efficiency. In an increasingly connected world, we insure that all spectrum users achieve their radio communication objectives in the most optimal and cost-efficient way. We deliver technologies and services to national and international regulatory bodies, to mobile and broadcast operators, to transport, critical infrastructure, defence, PPDR, and vertical markets. We optimize spectrum management and spectrum use and enable new business models based on the internet of things (IoT). Spectrum users in all markets rely on our experts and software for the planning and design of optimized radio networks. Our highly modern SPECTRA Enterprise IT system provides regulators with fully automated, workflow-based, e-government capabilities in spectrum management. Combined with our flexible radio monitoring system, it is one of the most advanced systems for spectrum inventory and data mining, enabling highest spectrum efficiency. Founded in 1992, LS telcom boasts 25 years of excellence in the radio communications market, is a member of several industry associations and organizations including the ITU and ATU, and cooperates with leading technology universities to maintain its technological edge. LS telcom operates worldwide with subsidiaries and affiliates in France, Canada, China, South Africa, UAE, UK and USA as well as representations and support offices in Argentina, Hungary and Oman. With its headquarters in Lichtenau, Germany, LS telcom is listed on the German stock exchange under ISIN DE 0005754402 since 2001. Join us at the next Spectrum Summit, on 5th July 2017. www.spectrum-summit.com/


Dublin, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of SNS Research's new report "The vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts" to their offering. Global spending on virtualized small cells is expected to surpass $1 Billion annually by 2020. The “vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017-2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the vRAN ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for vRAN investments from 2017 till 2030. The forecasts cover multiple submarkets and 6 regions. vRAN refers to a RAN (Radio Access Network) implementation where some or all baseband functions are separated from the remote radio unit and run as VNFs (Virtualized Network Functions) on commodity hardware. This approach results in multiple operational benefits including but not limited to TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) reduction, performance gains and scalability. In addition, vRAN enables mobile operators to future-proof their networks for 5G upgrades. At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments, primarily in dense urban, enterprise and public venue environments. By virtualizing small cells, mobile operators can immediately evaluate the benefits of vRAN with no major impact on their larger macrocell RAN footprint. The market for virtualized small cells is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 130% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, SNS Research estimates that virtualized small cell deployments will account for a market worth over $1 Billion. Key Questions Answered The report provides answers to the following key questions: - How big is the vRAN opportunity? - What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth? - How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region? - What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow? - Which submarkets will see the highest percentage of growth? - Is centralization a pre-requisite for vRAN implementation? - What are the benefits and drawbacks of each baseband functional split option? - How can vRAN reduce the TCO of RAN deployments? - How can mobile operators future-proof their RAN investments for 5G upgrades? - Who are the key market players and what are their strategies? - What strategies should vRAN solution providers and mobile operators adopt to remain competitive? Key Findings The report has the following key findings: - vRAN investments are expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 125% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, estimates suggest that vRAN deployments will account for a market worth $2.6 Billion. - At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments and pilot engagements for macrocell coverage. - Mobile operators are exploring multiple baseband functional split options for vRAN implementation, as they seek to ease the transition to 5G networks while reducing fronthaul costs. - The ongoing 5G race is expected to significantly boost vRAN investments over the coming years. Estimates suggest that approximately $900 Million of all vRAN investments will be directed towards 5G networks by the end of 2020. Topics Covered The report covers the following topics: - vRAN ecosystem - Market drivers and barriers - vRAN architecture and key functional elements - Baseband functional splitting for vRAN implementation - Fronthaul networking technologies and interface options - Key trends including RAN slicing, RANaaS (RAN as a Service), neutral hosting and MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) - TCO comparison between vRAN and conventional RAN architectures - vRAN deployment models including Cloud RAN and virtualized small cells - Mobile operator case studies - Regulatory landscape, collaborative initiatives and standardization - Industry roadmap and value chain - Profiles and strategies of over 60 leading ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers - Strategic recommendations for ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers and mobile operators - Market analysis and forecasts from 2017 till 2030 Forecast Segmentation Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories: Submarkets - vRAN Radio Units - vBBUs (Virtualized Baseband Units) Air Interface Technology Segmentation - LTE & 3G - 5G NR (New Radio) Deployment Model Segmentation - Virtualized Small Cells - Virtualized Macrocells Regional Markets - Asia Pacific - Eastern Europe - Middle East & Africa - Latin & Central America - North America - Western Europe Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction 2: An Overview of vRAN 3: Standardization, Regulatory & Collaborative Initiatives 4: vRAN Deployment Models & Case Studies 5: vRAN Industry Roadmap & Value Chain 6: Key Market Players 7: Market Analysis & Forecasts 8: Expert Opinion - Interview Transcripts 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations Companies Mentioned - 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) - 6WIND - ADLINK Technology - Advantech - Airspan Networks - Altiostar Networks - Amarisoft - Argela - Aricent - ARM Holdings - Artemis Networks - Artesyn Embedded Technologies - ASOCS - ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute) - Broadband Forum - Broadcom - BT Group - Casa Systems - Cavium - China Mobile - China Unicom - Cisco Systems - Clavister - Cobham Wireless - Comcores - CommAgility - CommScope - Contela - Dali Wireless - Dell Technologies - DT (Deutsche Telekom) - eASIC Corporation - EBlink - EE - Ericsson - ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) - EURECOM - Facebook - Fujitsu - Hitachi - HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) - Huawei - IBM Corporation - IDT (Integrated Device Technology) - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) - Intel Corporation - ip.access - IS-Wireless - ITU (International Telecommunications Union) - JMA Wireless - Kathrein-Werke KG - KT Corporation - Linux Foundation - MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) - Mellanox Technologies - Microsemi Corporation - Mitel Mobility - Mobiveil - MontaVista Software - MTI Mobile - NEC Corporation - NGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance - Nokia - Nokia Networks - Nokia Technologies - NTT Communications - NTT DoCoMo - NXP Semiconductors - Octasic - ON.Lab (Open Networking Lab) - ONF (Open Networking Foundation) - Orange - OSA (OpenAirInterface Software Alliance) - Parallel Wireless - Phluido - Qualcomm - Quortus - Radisys Corporation - Ranzure Networks - Rearden - Red Hat - Samsung Electronics - SCF (Small Cell Forum) - SK Telecom - SoftBank Group - SOLiD (SOLiD Technologies) - SpiderCloud Wireless - Sprint Corporation - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Sunnada (Fujian Sunnada Communication Company) - Sunwave Communications - Telecom Italia Group - Telefónica Group - TI (Texas Instruments) - TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) - Vodafone Group - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - Vodafone Italy - Xilinx - xRAN Consortium - Xura - ZTE For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rgdgjf/the_vran


PETALUMA, Calif., May 23, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Calix, Inc. (NYSE:CALX), the world leader in Subscriber Driven Intelligent Access, today announced another fiber access technology “first” built on AXOS, the world’s only SDA - the ability to bond multiple channels or wavelengths of NG-PON2 technology over fiber. Working within ITU standards, Calix successfully demonstrated the ability of the AXOS E9-2 Intelligent Edge System to leverage NG-PON2 channel bonding to deliver up to 40 Gbps (gigabits per second) downstream, or 80 Gbps of aggregate bandwidth over a single strand of fiber. This breakthrough allows service providers who are deploying channel bonded Calix AXOS NG-PON2 solutions the ultimate flexibility in addressing, on a single fiber with adjustable capacity, the emerging bandwidth requirements of a variety of demanding service types, including: “One of the key attributes of NG-PON2 for carriers is the ability to consolidate business and residential services onto one NG-PON2 network, and we expect NG-PON2 channel bonding technology could help with this convergence, especially as bandwidth needs increase,” said Vincent O’Byrne, director of access technology at Verizon. “This is the reason Verizon has championed channel bonding within the standards as an option to support higher capacities as well as challenged the industry for its standardization and implementation. We believe channel bonding holds the potential to more than double the bandwidth to individual subscribers or network locations and anticipate it could be a means of moving from 10 Gbps to 20 Gbps and beyond without deploying new technologies.” The multi-wavelength capability of NG-PON2 technology is already a game changer for service providers in its promise to accelerate network convergence and massively increase available bandwidth capacity. However, the ability to bond NG-PON2 wavelengths takes this opportunity to a whole new level, rewriting the rules that historically governed how quickly and efficiently service enhancements could be deployed in service provider networks. Developed at an unprecedented pace by leveraging the Calix AXOS platform, the NG-PON2 channel bonding breakthrough progressed from a Verizon request to Calix to a live demonstration and was completed in only 12 days. This feat was made possible by the hardware abstracted Calix AXOS platform that can rapidly develop new capabilities, such as channel bonding, while also supporting anyPHY™ and anyPON™ technologies, like NG-PON2, as they emerge. “NG-PON2 channel bonding, much like the unique Calix ability to provide gigabit services on G.fast via bonding, is another example of the transformative power of AXOS, accelerating the delivery of new technologies, features, and services for all Calix customers,” said Shane Eleniak, Calix vice president of systems products. “Over the past several months, we have introduced several AXOS innovations from connectors like OFx and DPx, which enable seamless migrations to next-generation architectures, to new modules like AXOS RPm, which enable Layer 3 intelligence and routing capabilities in the access network, to AXOS Sandbox, which speeds up and simplifies OSS integration. Today’s NG-PON2 channel bonding demonstration announcement was the next milestone on a fast-growing path filled with cutting-edge Calix AXOS innovations, and we expect this rate of innovation to continue as a hallmark of our AXOS platform well into the future.” Calix, Inc. (NYSE:CALX) pioneered Software Defined Access and cloud products focused on access networks and the subscriber. Its portfolio of Intelligent Access systems and software combines AXOS, the revolutionary platform for access, with Calix Cloud, innovative cloud products for network data analytics and subscriber experience assurance. Together, they enable communications service providers to transform their businesses and be the winning service providers of tomorrow. For more information, visit the Calix website at www.calix.com. This press release may contain forward-looking statements that are based upon management's current expectations and are inherently uncertain. Forward-looking statements are based upon information available to us as of the date of this release, and we assume no obligation to revise or update any such forward-looking statement to reflect any event or circumstance after the date of this release, except as required by law. Actual results and the timing of events could differ materially from current expectations based on risks and uncertainties affecting Calix’s business. The reader is cautioned not to rely on the forward-looking statements contained in this press release. Additional information on potential factors that could affect Calix's results and other risks and uncertainties are detailed in its quarterly reports on Form 10-Q and Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the SEC and available at www.sec.gov.


Dublin, May 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of SNS Research's new report "The vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017 - 2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts" to their offering. Global spending on virtualized small cells is expected to surpass $1 Billion annually by 2020. The “vRAN (Virtualized Radio Access Network) Ecosystem: 2017-2030 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies & Forecasts” report presents an in-depth assessment of the vRAN ecosystem including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, collaborative initiatives, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for vRAN investments from 2017 till 2030. The forecasts cover multiple submarkets and 6 regions. vRAN refers to a RAN (Radio Access Network) implementation where some or all baseband functions are separated from the remote radio unit and run as VNFs (Virtualized Network Functions) on commodity hardware. This approach results in multiple operational benefits including but not limited to TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) reduction, performance gains and scalability. In addition, vRAN enables mobile operators to future-proof their networks for 5G upgrades. At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments, primarily in dense urban, enterprise and public venue environments. By virtualizing small cells, mobile operators can immediately evaluate the benefits of vRAN with no major impact on their larger macrocell RAN footprint. The market for virtualized small cells is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 130% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, SNS Research estimates that virtualized small cell deployments will account for a market worth over $1 Billion. Key Questions Answered The report provides answers to the following key questions: - How big is the vRAN opportunity? - What trends, challenges and barriers are influencing its growth? - How is the ecosystem evolving by segment and region? - What will the market size be in 2020 and at what rate will it grow? - Which submarkets will see the highest percentage of growth? - Is centralization a pre-requisite for vRAN implementation? - What are the benefits and drawbacks of each baseband functional split option? - How can vRAN reduce the TCO of RAN deployments? - How can mobile operators future-proof their RAN investments for 5G upgrades? - Who are the key market players and what are their strategies? - What strategies should vRAN solution providers and mobile operators adopt to remain competitive? Key Findings The report has the following key findings: - vRAN investments are expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 125% over the next three year period. By the end of 2020, estimates suggest that vRAN deployments will account for a market worth $2.6 Billion. - At present, most vRAN investments are focused on virtualized small cells for targeted greenfield deployments and pilot engagements for macrocell coverage. - Mobile operators are exploring multiple baseband functional split options for vRAN implementation, as they seek to ease the transition to 5G networks while reducing fronthaul costs. - The ongoing 5G race is expected to significantly boost vRAN investments over the coming years. Estimates suggest that approximately $900 Million of all vRAN investments will be directed towards 5G networks by the end of 2020. Topics Covered The report covers the following topics: - vRAN ecosystem - Market drivers and barriers - vRAN architecture and key functional elements - Baseband functional splitting for vRAN implementation - Fronthaul networking technologies and interface options - Key trends including RAN slicing, RANaaS (RAN as a Service), neutral hosting and MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) - TCO comparison between vRAN and conventional RAN architectures - vRAN deployment models including Cloud RAN and virtualized small cells - Mobile operator case studies - Regulatory landscape, collaborative initiatives and standardization - Industry roadmap and value chain - Profiles and strategies of over 60 leading ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers - Strategic recommendations for ecosystem players including vRAN solution providers and mobile operators - Market analysis and forecasts from 2017 till 2030 Forecast Segmentation Market forecasts are provided for each of the following submarkets and their subcategories: Submarkets - vRAN Radio Units - vBBUs (Virtualized Baseband Units) Air Interface Technology Segmentation - LTE & 3G - 5G NR (New Radio) Deployment Model Segmentation - Virtualized Small Cells - Virtualized Macrocells Regional Markets - Asia Pacific - Eastern Europe - Middle East & Africa - Latin & Central America - North America - Western Europe Key Topics Covered: 1: Introduction 2: An Overview of vRAN 3: Standardization, Regulatory & Collaborative Initiatives 4: vRAN Deployment Models & Case Studies 5: vRAN Industry Roadmap & Value Chain 6: Key Market Players 7: Market Analysis & Forecasts 8: Expert Opinion - Interview Transcripts 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations Companies Mentioned - 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project) - 6WIND - ADLINK Technology - Advantech - Airspan Networks - Altiostar Networks - Amarisoft - Argela - Aricent - ARM Holdings - Artemis Networks - Artesyn Embedded Technologies - ASOCS - ASTRI (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute) - Broadband Forum - Broadcom - BT Group - Casa Systems - Cavium - China Mobile - China Unicom - Cisco Systems - Clavister - Cobham Wireless - Comcores - CommAgility - CommScope - Contela - Dali Wireless - Dell Technologies - DT (Deutsche Telekom) - eASIC Corporation - EBlink - EE - Ericsson - ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) - EURECOM - Facebook - Fujitsu - Hitachi - HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) - Huawei - IBM Corporation - IDT (Integrated Device Technology) - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) - Intel Corporation - ip.access - IS-Wireless - ITU (International Telecommunications Union) - JMA Wireless - Kathrein-Werke KG - KT Corporation - Linux Foundation - MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) - Mellanox Technologies - Microsemi Corporation - Mitel Mobility - Mobiveil - MontaVista Software - MTI Mobile - NEC Corporation - NGMN (Next Generation Mobile Networks) Alliance - Nokia - Nokia Networks - Nokia Technologies - NTT Communications - NTT DoCoMo - NXP Semiconductors - Octasic - ON.Lab (Open Networking Lab) - ONF (Open Networking Foundation) - Orange - OSA (OpenAirInterface Software Alliance) - Parallel Wireless - Phluido - Qualcomm - Quortus - Radisys Corporation - Ranzure Networks - Rearden - Red Hat - Samsung Electronics - SCF (Small Cell Forum) - SK Telecom - SoftBank Group - SOLiD (SOLiD Technologies) - SpiderCloud Wireless - Sprint Corporation - Sumitomo Electric Industries - Sunnada (Fujian Sunnada Communication Company) - Sunwave Communications - Telecom Italia Group - Telefónica Group - TI (Texas Instruments) - TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile) - Vodafone Group - Vodafone Hutchison Australia - Vodafone Italy - Xilinx - xRAN Consortium - Xura - ZTE For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rgdgjf/the_vran

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