Aspire Technology is well established within the Open RAN ecosystem, not only with our Open RAN Lab services, but also through a wide range of projects with global service providers, technology partners, systems integrators and Open RAN communities such as Telecom Infra Project. The Aspire Open RAN Lab enables technology partners and service providers to fast-track development, integration, test and deployment of OpenRAN based networks. We provide:

  • Research & Development
  • Strategy consulting
  • End-to-end integration, O-RAN conformance testing and performance benchmarking
  • Live trial support and optimization
  • Operational readiness and processes automation
  • End-to-end multi-vendor network support
  • Bespoke training

Aspire has been actively contributing to acceleration of time to market, reduction of deployment cost and improvement of multi-vendor interoperability and network performance. We’re also supporting service providers in transforming their operational model and adopting open source frameworks such as TOGAF and platforms for orchestration, management, and automation of network and edge computing services such as Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP)

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Aspire Technology has been instrumental in bringing O-RAN Town to reality, working with Deutsche Telekom teams to architect the end-to-end blueprint for seamless deployment, both in terms of the overarching service network and the vertical integration of all Open RAN components. Aspire Technology continues to support Deutsche Telekom with the further development of their Service Management and Orchestration platform and verifying the expanding O-RAN Town solution in the integration lab – enabling unified deployment, operation and support of O-RAN Town.


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