Samsung and DISH Wireless launched Virtual Open RAN 5G Network in the US

Samsung Electronics has joined hands with the American company DISH Network. They have recently launched Samsung-supported sites for DISH’s wireless 5G network, which has been done through a field test phase. Informatively, Samsung has supplied 24,000 Open RAN-compliment 5G radios, virtualized distributed units (vDU), and virtualized central units (vCU) to DISH Network for its 5G network’s nationwide launch in the US. 

Let us inform you, in that manner, the two of them announced a multi-year agreement back in May 2022. Since then, Samsung has been helping DISH Network to extend its network infrastructure. Notably, to make it possible, both of them have worked together for approximately a year, and their partnership will continue in the future as well. In addition to it, they have built new dual-band and tri-band Open RAN-compliant 5G radios as well. 

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Junehee Lee, the Executive Vice President, Head of Global Sales & Marketing, Networks Business, Samsung Electronics stated in that manner, “DISH Wireless is an innovator in mobile technologies, and we are thrilled to reach new heights of connectivity together, validating the immense potential that virtualization and openness can bring to the industry,” he added, “we look forward to continuing our work with DISH Wireless.”

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Informatively, after the first live Samsung sites, both of the companies will continue to work with each other in the future as well, so they can provide reliable and fast nationwide network coverage in the US. 

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