Today, mobile network operators (MNOs) must locate their radios within 30 km of the distributed unit (DU). But now, with Fujitsu technology, MNOs can extend this range to 50 km, by reducing the amount of time needed to process layer 1 tasks. MNOs can then use this time to increase the fronthaul latency budget, while also avoiding excess capacity and reducing their hardware needs. Rob Hughes of Fujitsu explains how in this demonstration from MWC 2024.

Diana Blass, Light Reading Contributor

March 6, 2024

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Diana Blass

Light Reading Contributor

Diana Blass is an investigative journalist whose work has been featured across a variety of television and digital platforms, including CBS News, Fox News, Fox Television Stations, Discovery Channel, Informa media brands, CRN (owned by The Channel Company) and The Six Five. She previously co-founded a documentary service (Kurrant Insights, now “Kurrant”) that catered towards professionals within the IoT enterprise market.

Diana has a unique background that combines production (in-front and behind the camera) and executive experience, which together have given her a deep understanding into the evolution of the broadcast market and the rise of digital platforms.

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