Wipro partners with Exaware to streamline 5G technology upgrades among other solutions

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 06:59 PM IST
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Wipro partners with Exaware to streamline 5G technology upgrades among other solutions |

IT firm Wipro has partnered with Exaware, a provider of Open Network routing solutions. Through this partnership, both will develop advanced engineering solutions to foster innovation in the networking industry, streamline 5G technology upgrades, and pave way to 6G compatibility.

“Leveraging the combined engineering expertise of Wipro and Exaware, operators will be able to build flexible, self-optimising networks, and introduce services that equip them for future growth while reducing their total cost of ownership,” said Thomas Muller, CTO – Engineering and R&D Services, Wipro Limited.

“The Network Operating System makes it possible for CSPs to transform physical networks into virtual networks by adopting disaggregation and O-RAN principles. Exaware’s capabilities in the IP routing space can play a key role as Wipro helps CSPs modernise their networks and prepare for the future,” said Ben Afshari, Vice President of Sales & Business Development, Exaware.

Both companies will be developing engineering products and solutions that will decouple hardware from software, enabling communication service providers (CSPs) to select different hardware and software vendors.

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