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O-RAN Germany

Header image "Open RAN funding in Germany"

With the exception of 1&1, all network operators in Germany use millions of euros in federal funding for Open RAN rollouts.

Header image "Telekom plans its own commercial Open RAN"

Deutsche Telekom plans to offer its customers in Neubrandenburg the first Open RAN services in 2023.

Header image "Telekom publishes white paper on its own Open RAN experiences"

In a white paper, Telekom presents the experiences and lessons learned to date from the “O-RAN Town” project in Neubrandenburg, Germany.

Header image "Cloud-native networks on the rise in Germany"

The cloud-native development approach is finding its way into more and more areas of software development. But what about networks?

Header image "The Open RAN Lab in Berlin"

The Open RAN Lab in Berlin, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport, aims to develop and test the innovative network technology.

Header image "Vodafone’s O-RAN pilot projects"

Vodafone plans to launch its first Open RAN projects in Germany in 2023.

Header "Mobile Network without Huawei"

The security of network components from China remains controversial. Network operators are now faced with having to remove equipment supplied by HUAWEI.

Header image “Germany’s ‘Gigabit Strategy’”

The goal: the latest mobile technologies by 2030. As part of the gigabit strategy, the government wants to push Open RAN.

Header "O-RAN Small Cells Telefónica"

In January 2022, Telefónica brought small cells using OpenRAN technology online in Munich for the first time as part of a mode project.

Header image "Cologne Bonn Airport builds owns Open RAN"

The Airport is developing the private 5G network together with NTT Ltd.

Header "O-RAN Town Telekom in Neubrandenburg"

Deutsche Telekom is also testing Open RAN technology and has carried out initial test runs as part of the “O-RAN Town Neubrandenburg”.