Energy consumption and sustainable 5G networks

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Rimma Iontel - Chief Architect, Global Telco, Red Hat

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The success of Open RAN relies heavily on high-performing, multi-vendor network architectures that are tested, validated, and fully interoperable. However, the proliferation of edge devices created with open RAN networks leads to a further discussion on how to minimize energy consumption and deliver these solutions in a highly sustainable manner–not just at the edge but in the data center as well. As enterprise customers expect the companies they do business with to find “greener” sources of energy and address the draining of our global resources, we focus this session on the initiatives underway that are designed to reconcile industry technologies with the rising environmental impacts. Oscar Toorell Head of Technology, Engineering Unit Cloud RAN Ericsson Shamik Mishra CTO, Connectivity Capgemini Vinodh Raghunathan Director, Commercial Readiness for Infrastructure SW, Network and Edge Group Intel Rimma Iontel Chief Architect, Global Telco Red Hat
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