C-RAN


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C-RAN

(Centralized-Radio Access Network) A cellular network that puts the baseband processing in a central location. One or more network operators may share this equipment, which feeds several remote antennas (remote radio heads). A C-RAN is also called a "cloud-based radio access network." See RAN and baseband processor.
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It is an exciting launching pad, building upon the accomplishments of both C-RAN and xRAN communities, said Chih-Lin I, Chief Scientist of China Mobile and TSC Co- Chair of O-RAN.
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[1] presented a detailed study about Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) is a mobile network architecture.
Solid's North American business unit now has direct access to the engineering and R/D department at Solid in Korea and can tap into battle-tested international expertise in leading-edge densification tools such as C-RAN and Optical LAN.
Many industry studies have been conducted to conclude that the total cost of ownership for C-RAN will prove to be less expensive than the current models for RAN networks.
Radisys Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), and ASOCS, Ltd have collaborated, to provide mobile operators with an NFV compatible virtual base station for their localized Cloud RAN (C-RAN) deployments.