Cellwize awarded by Frost & Sullivan for Accelerating innovation with its Cloud-based open CHIME Platform and by that simplifying the 5G journey

Based on its recent analysis of the global open radio access network (RAN) orchestration market,
we are happy to announce that Frost & Sullivan has recognized Cellwize with the 2021 Global Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award.
Per Frost & Sullivan, with the ability to optimize next generation networks, Cellwize’s vendor-agnostic CHIME platform accelerates turnaround times of 5G deployments. Its advanced technology automates the entire multi-vendor RAN ecosystem through open application programming interfaces, transforming the RAN from a monolithic environment into a programmable open RAN.

“The 5G era introduces a host of disruptive technologies that create unique growth opportunities for network operators and enterprise customers,” said Frost & Sullivan’s Brent Iadarola, Vice President, ICT. “Cellwize’s core differentiator is its open development ecosystem that allows service providers to thrive in an increasingly complex, multi-vendor environment. With a cloudified, open, microservices-based architecture, the CHIME platform supports flexible API-driven business models that enable a range of compelling use cases and innovative applications, which basically simplifies the operators’ new complex reality.”

To learn more about why this leading analyst has recognized CHIME as a key strategic enabler for operators around the world, we invite you to read their release.

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