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Friday, 18 January 2019
AT&T's backed Akraino project going to provide open source for Edge cloud
Linux foundation managed Akraino project backed by AT&T is going to provide open source software for mobile edge computing cloud preparation. AT&T has mega plan to decompose RAN functionality into distributed elements and Akraino is for that purpose.
AT&T is relying on Akraino for high degree of orchestration and ease of deploying edge cloud environment. By decomposing RAN functionalities its can address various application demands and effective management of ran infrastructure.
The Complete Akraino solution will be a combination of different elements provided through different software vendors.
image source : Akraino.