Learn how Amdocs’ SmartRAN optimization solution integrated with Intel’s FlexRAN software reference architecture serves as a blueprint to help speed development of virtualized RAN (vRAN) solutions and enables OpenRAN suppliers to meet CapEX requirements in accordance with deployment type.

By embedding intelligence in every layer of the RAN, SmartRAN enables mobile operator RF engineers to better fulfill service-level objectives, while delivering an exceptional user experience across the 5G vRAN. It achieves this by leveraging continuing innovation in Xeon’s CPU microarchitecture, combined with FlexRAN’s machine learning libraries, which deliver significant gen-over-gen gains that further enhance data analytics and management capabilities, and enable the mobile operator to better tune network performance. SmartRAN’s ability to process massive sets of data occurs via an innovative approach that leverages machine learning and real-time analytics, allowing service providers to flexibly and automatically configure network parameters and perform closed-loop optimization of services and network resources.

Featured Speakers

Neil Coleman

Product Line Manager
Amdocs Open Network

Neil has over 15 years of telecoms industry experience serving in product and R&D management roles at Amdocs, Actix, IBM and Micromuse.  

At Amdocs his goal is to accelerate the adoption of innovative machine learning capabilities to enable the full potential of emerging disaggregated network architectures.

Previously at Actix Neil was responsible for bringing ActixOne’s ground-breaking suite of RAN analytics and optimization solutions to market.   These solutions are helping over 90 operators improve mobile customer experience and streamline their technology rollouts.

Jens Voigt

RF Product Manager
Amdocs Open Networks

Jens represents Amdocs in both the O-RAN association and the TIP RIA initiative. His professional background includes RAN analytics and optimization, massive MIMO, and Open RAN technologies. Jens holds a doctoral degree in electrical and computer engineering from Dresden University. He is a member of the IEEE Future Networks Community.

Dan Lynch

Director, Wireless Access Division

Dan is the market segment director responsible for driving business, silicon, software and platform strategy for Intel’s FlexRAN. Since joining the company in 2005, Dan has held a range of technical and marketing roles, mainly focused on networking segments that are pivotal to the NFV market transformation.


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