Dali Wireless Uses SDN to Virtualize the Fronthaul
It’s no secret that mobile operators are exploring virtualizing the radio access network (vRAN) to cut costs and make their networks more efficient. Dali Wireless believes it can take that a step further by streamlining the fronthaul network. Fronthaul is the connection from the base station baseband processing units (BBUs) to the remote radio heads on the tower.
Dali Wireless was founded in 2006 and originally intended to focus on the power amplifier market. But founders Albert Lee and Shawn Stapleton turned the company’s focus to the radio access network in 2009 when they suspected that the vRAN market would soon take off.
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