Cirrus360’s patent on programmable networks
Cirrus360 is proud to share that our patent on RAN Domain Specific Language (DSL) and programable RAN is now issued and available at USPTO.gov!! Following in the footsteps of machine learning DSLs and frameworks, we believe SW programmable networks are the future.
Domain Specific Language: The Next Step in Open RAN Automation
We very much appreciate the folks at the #IEEE ComSoc Newsfeed (#CTN) for giving us the opportunity to publish an article on the future of #ORAN, and the need for Domain Specific Language and Intelligent Automation as a methodology to unlock the full potential of open RAN systems. At #Cirrus360, we are using this methodology and leveraging O-RAN to create deployment optimized #private5g Edge as a Service, to meet specific end user business needs.
The Need for Domain Specific Languages in open RAN (ORAN)
Author: Alan Gatherer, Founder and CTO, Cirrus360 The #oran (open RAN) Community has done a fantastic job disaggregating the RAN into components and automating the construction of RANs from these components. To do so we have drunk enthusiastically from the well of knowledge in the #cloudcomputing space. Now, as deployments are beginning to scale, we have become…
Edge Computing nodes: What will they look like and why?
Edge Computing nodes: What will they look like and why? [Recently, we had the opportunity to present our (Cirrus360’s) thoughts on edge node design to edge computing thought leaders at the excellent Spring workshop of the Open Edge Computing initiative in Carnegie Mellon University. …