Open RAN Radio units provides multi-band RRH (Remote Radio Head) efficiency and meets increasing demand for open network architecture
Open RAN technologies help meet the increasing demand for open network architecture. Given its in-depth knowledge and experience in radio technologies, Comba Telecom’s R&D team has employed resources to expand its Open Radio product portfolio and has completed or is actively working with major ORAN DU/CU partners on its fronthaul eCPRI 8.0 and 7.2 integration tests. The latest Open Radio product portfolio embraces bands of both high power and low power radios, which will provide customers with a complete solution for all applications such as rural area or suburban coverage, in-building coverage or capacity improvement and private network, etc.
Comba provides multi-band RRH (Remote Radio Head), single-band RRH, energy consumption efficiency and portfolio breadth, proving technical capability and competitiveness in radio solutions.
“We see the potential in Open RAN architecture, which opens up more opportunity for innovation in network products and deployments, which in turn will create real value for both operators and end customers. We have put great effort into Open RAN radio R&D to provide reliable, highly efficient and future-proof radio solutions for our customers,” said Annabel Huo, Executive Director, Senior Vice President of the Group and President of Comba Telecom International.
“The quality of responses to the Vodafone RFI, including from Comba Telecom, illustrates how far OpenRAN solutions have come in a short period of time and how the industry is now well prepared to address an increasing demand for these solutions,” said David Hutton, Chief Engineer of TIP.
Open RAN technology is becoming a driving force in RAN architecture innovation. Market analysts predict that the Open RAN market will be a US$ 5 billion opportunity by 2025.
The OpenRadio solutions provided by Comba are being deployed in large scale trials and will be commercialised in Q1 next year.