Parallel Wireless, Inc., the U.S.-based Open RAN company delivering All G, cloud-native, Open RAN solution, is expanding its Open RAN Research and Development Centers in India to support 4G and 5G software development and testing.
Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) across the globe are quickly adopting Open RAN networks to deliver cost-effective, easily scalable, wireless broadband connectivity. Parallel Wireless is at the forefront of the telecom revolution driving All G – 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G Open RAN wireless networks into the future.
Parallel Wireless was formed in 2012 and the R&D centers in Pune and Bangalore India opened in May of 2013. Since then Parallel Wireless has had many Open RAN wireless network successes across the globe with MNOs including Axiata Group, Millicom, Orange, Hotspot, and more.
The team in India have deep expertise and many years of experience designing and developing best-in-class, cloud-native Open RAN software and hardware. The India R&D centers are expanding to develop and test cloud-native RAN Intelligent Controllers (RICs), 4G and 5G DU and CU software, and 2×2 and 4×4 O-RAN Alliance compliant radios. This team is leading automation development in Open RAN networks, utilizing tools such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to provide intelligent management and operations of the wireless network.
Ambitious growth plans are underway to expand the R&D centers in India for development and testing, systems engineering and customer support opportunities. Invest in and grow your skill set and career, let your voice be heard, and lead the disruption in wireless networks. Check out the Parallel Wireless career opportunities webpage to learn more.
Sanjay Harwani, GM India R&D Center and VP R&D said, “In India we have very strong, highly skilled Open RAN Research & Development, Systems Engineering, and Customer Support teams who are delighting our Mobile Network Operator customers from across the globe, ensuring that we are their trusted partner. Join Parallel Wireless to work with the best and brightest engineers in the telecommunications sector.”