Analysts Don Kellogg and Roger Entner discuss Open RAN with Editor-in-Chief of Fierce Wireless Linda Hardesty.
0:26: How Open RAN has become politicized.
2:27: What are the security concerns with Huawei?
4:54: What is open about Open RAN.
5:47: Some complaints about Open RAN and the Open Ran Alliance, how security is handled.
8:01: How will bugs and issues be found in Open RAN code?
8:57: There is no such thing as absolute security.
11:23: Nokia announced it is pulling out of the Open RAN Alliance.
14:34: Will all the Open RAN upstarts be acquired by bigger players?
15:41: Open RAN solves some problems - what benefits it brings in terms of innovation.
16:59: Open RAN is already chipping away at the big vendors.
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