The company said its collaboration with Google Cloud will enable telcos to deploy its 5G products and applications with Google Cloud’s scalable infrastructure, container deployment, management technologies and big data analytics services.
Bejoy Pankajakshan (pictured), Chief Technology and Strategy Officer of Mavenir, said, “Working with Google’s distributed cloud edge allows us to bring innovative 5G products to a wider customer base at a faster pace with unique capabilities to realize the true 5G potential by leveraging the strength within Mavenir. wallet.”
The company said that by offloading parts of standard telecom application activity to cloud functions, the solution reduces complexity and costs for telecom operators without losing network information, performance and control. .
He said his collaboration with Google “demonstrates true cloud-native open RAN products in Google’s distributed cloud production deployment.”
Mavenir added: “The open RAN approach will see many companies providing the components that make up a mobile network site, where previously a vendor would have provided a closed solution. The technology is widely accepted as a disruptor to the telecommunications industry, with Tier 1 carriers being among the early adopters of this growing vendor ecosystem.
Amol Phadke, Google Cloud General Manager for the Global Communications Service Provider Industry, said, “Combining Mavenir’s expertise in open RAN, 5G core and IMS [IP multimedia subsystem] with Google’s distributed cloud edge and global infrastructure, we look forward to delivering cloud-native solutions that improve the agility, scalability, scalability, and resiliency of our CSP [communications service provider] clients.”
In 2020, Mavenir scrapped a US$300 million IPO plan, and the following year required a $500 million investment from Koch Strategic Platforms, part of Koch Industries, which described as one of the largest private companies in the United States.
The Koch Group and its leader, Charles Koch, deny the existence of the climate emergency and in January 2021 funded the 13 Republican Party senators in the United States who tried to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Charles Koch reportedly spent over $15 million to fund these senators.
Last week, another report said Koch Industries was backing 52 Republican Party candidates in the November midterm elections who denied that Donald Trump had lost the 2020 election.