Dali Wireless has joined the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), which was begun with the goal of accelerating the pace of innovation in the telecom industry, particularly in the area of OpenRAN.
Historically, expanding access into rural and less accessible parts of the world has been a challenge due to the significant investment required for traditional hardware and infrastructure. Furthermore, as new applications such as virtual reality, autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things explode, the requirements of highly populated urban areas are also vast and growing.
Dali joins a group of global organizations committed to achieving TIP’s goal of accelerating innovation, including several of the world’s largest Telecom Service Providers.
Recently, TIP’s OpenRAN Project Group achieved a significant milestone, with two major multinational operators issuing RFIs to assess the ability of vendors to deliver solutions that align with the OpenRAN principles of RAN on general purpose platforms using disaggregated software. Preliminary results of those RFIs are expected to be presented at the TIP Summit in London.
“Backed by over 400 patents, Dali’s Virtual Fronthaul Interface (vFI) brings advanced radio signal routing, aggregation and translation capabilities to the fronthaul network,” said Albert Lee – founder and CEO of Dali Wireless. “This enables shared infrastructure, dynamic capacity allocation, and more importantly, an OpenRAN. Dali is excited to be a part of the movement towards a more innovative, future looking telecom industry and proud to be a TIP member.”