[2017/06/12] OpenAirInterface Alliance is hiring
We are looking for our second emlpoyee to joint the team. This time we are looking for a Software-Development Manager to support our team with software development and community management tools. Please find more information here.
[2017/02/27] Visit us at MWC
OpenAirInterface will be present at the following stands
- Intel: ETSI MEC PoC 3 Radio aware video optimization in a fully virtualized network
- Canonical: 5G Cloud RAN slice
More information can be found here.
[2017/02/06] OpenAirInterface workshop in Beijing
The next OpenAirInterface workshop will take place at BUPT in Beijing from 27.-29. April 2017. More information can be found here.
[2017/01/11] OpenAirInterface Alliance is hiring
We have an open-position for an “Operations Manager” within the OAI Software Alliance. The person will work physically at EURECOM as an employee of the Alliance.
Please find more information here. The position has been filled.
[2016/12/09] First connection of OAI UE to a commercial network
TCL Sophia team had succeeded into first OAI UE live wireless call connected to a commercial network (eNB and EPC) handled by Com4Innov, with applications like web browsing and youtube.
[2016/07/15] OpenAirInterface kicks-off alliance project
OpenAirInterface kicks-off its first alliance project, Project 1B: Basic UE functionality. For more details, visit here
[2016/06/15] OpenAirInterface works with LimeSDR
[2016/06/05] OpenAirInterface used in GENI Experimentation workshop
OpenAirInterface used in GENI Experimentation workshop titled, Towards 5G : Slicing a 4G Network at Wireless@VT Symposium. For more details, here
[2016/05/27] OpenAirInterface successfully concludes its 2nd OAI Workshop
OpenAirInterface successfully concludes its 2nd OAI Workshop from 17-20 May hosted by EURECOM with over 70 attendees from industry/academia. For more details, visit here.
[2016/04/12] OpenAirInterface published article on Sharetechnote
Check out the recent article on OpenAirInterface published in Sharetechnote, here
[2016/03/10] Pan European H2020 publishes an article on OpenAirInterface
Check out the recent article on OpenAirInterface published in Pan European Networks – H2020, here
[2016/03/01] WINLAB presents future experimentation platforms in GENI workshop based on OpenAirInterface
WINLAB presents future experimentation platforms in GENI workshop based on OpenAirInterface! For more details, here
[2016/02/23] TCL demonstrates D2D communication at MWC 2016 with ASTRI as part of its 5G program
TCL demonstrates D2D communications with ASTRI as part of its 5G program. For more information, click here.
[2016/02/22] OpenAirInterfaceTM now part of Canonical’s VNF PIL for NFV Scale out Architectures
OpenAirInterfaceTM is now officially part of Canonical’s VNF PIL for NFV Scale out architectures. For more information, click here.
[2016/02/20] OpenAirInterfaceTM now officially support SoDeRa App-Enabled RF platform
OpenAirInterfaceTM now support open-source SoDeRa RF platform. For more information about SoDeRa, click here.
[2015/12/14] OpenAirInterfaceTM welcomes a new strategic member, Orange into the alliance.
OSA welcomes new strategic member, Orange into the alliance. We look forward to working with leading French operator on 5G projects.
[2015/12/21] OpenAirInterfaceTM mentioned in Networld2020 Whitepaper as one of the building blocks for 5G Experimentation.
Networld2020 recently published an article to survey EU 5G Experimentation facilities. The link to the study can be found here.
[2015/12/14] OpenAirInterfaceTM welcomes a new strategic member, TCL into the alliance.
OSA welcomes new strategic member, TCL into the alliance. We look forward to working with them on 5G projects.
[2015/11/23] OpenAirInterfaceTM Software Alliance (OSA) kickstarts its official website
OpenAirInterface Software Alliance launched its new website today. We welcome all our members to the new website.
[2015/10/08] OpenAirInterfaceTM software has now officially moved from SVN to Gitlab
OpenAirInterface Software has now been officially moved from SVN to Gitlab to ease development and collaboration amongst developers. The repository has also been splitted into three seperate repositories (eNB RAN+ UE RAN, Core Network and xtables). Each of these repositories have their own license. The more details of this announcement can be found here.