Aarna Showcases Open Source SMO and Multicloud Orchestration with Red Hat at Fyuz

The inaugural Fyuz event in Madrid was a unique industry experience that comprised the Open RAN Summit, Telecom Infra Project Summit, Metaverse Connectivity Summit, and expo floor.

Aarna Networks announced a collaboration with Red Hat to demonstrate Multicloud O-RAN orchestration and management for CSPs and enterprise network operators to leverage the benefits of creating multicloud O-RAN implementations. The demo featured Aarna’s AMCOP 3.1 running on Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) to orchestrate O-RAN cloud native network functions on-prem and provide a variety of managed cloud options. AMCOP 3.1 now includes an SMO Call Home feature for all NF alerts, a fully Secure HTTPS SMO UI, and full support for the ELK stack. Learn more about AMCOP.

During the Open RAN Summit, Pavan Samudrala, Senior Member Technical Staff, Aarna Networks, presented the breakout session: Accelerating O-RAN adoption through Open Source. The talk revolved around work towards containerization of the O-RAN SMO and the open source efforts to facilitate the testing and integration of network functions. An example is an interop test solution for private/public 5G networks wherein the gNodeB is a CNF and RU is a PNF and by enabling Non-RT RIC machine critical apps in private 5G networks. Learn more about O-RAN SMO.

Aarna and Red Hat Demonstrate Multicloud O-RAN Orchestration and Management
Hanen Garcia, Pavan Samudrala, and Subramanian Sankaranarayanan in the Red Hat booth
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