AMI Joins O-RAN ALLIANCE as Contributor to Facilitate Open RAN Standards Development and RAN Multi-vendor Interoperability

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DULUTH, GEORGIA – AMI®, a global leader in powering, managing and securing the world’s connected digital infrastructure, is pleased to announce that it has recently joined the O-RAN ALLIANCE® (O-RAN®) as a Contributor. In doing so, AMI intends to help facilitate the continued development of open RAN standards and multi-vendor interoperable products and solutions that are more secure and easier to integrate into operator networks.

The O-RAN ALLIANCE is a worldwide community of mobile network operators, vendors, researchers and academic institutions operating in the Radio Access Network (RAN) industry. Its mission is to reshape the industry towards more intelligent, open, virtualized and fully interoperable mobile networks by delivering open RAN standards that enable a more competitive and vibrant RAN supplier ecosystem, with faster innovation that improves the user experience. In addition to its activities in specification development, O-RAN is also deeply involved in open software development for RAN and the support of O-RAN member companies in the testing and integration of their O-RAN implementations.

As a new Contributor, AMI will actively participate in several workgroups within O-RAN that best align with the company’s core competencies, as well as its ongoing contributions to the OpenBMC™ project of The Linux Foundation®, the Open Compute Project®, expansion of the UEFI Specification driven by the UEFI® Forum and the OpenRAN Project Group of the Telecom Infra Project® (TIP).

“AMI has business relationships with every silicon vendor, OEM and ODM in the O-RAN ALLIANCE and a majority of the other O-RAN Contributors. As such, it is a natural outgrowth of our expanding participation in the 5G telco ecosystem that we join O-RAN as a Contributor at this time,” said Sanjoy Maity, Chief Executive Officer of AMI.

“Our UEFI BIOS boot firmware and BMC management firmware development expertise will bring added value to our O-RAN colleagues and help drive full interoperability within the RAN ODM and OEM supplier ecosystem. With AMI booting and beginning the root of trust via our firmware – and with firmware security being a growing concern for all operators – we believe that today’s announcement of our new status within the O-RAN ALLIANCE will be welcome news. We look forward to deeper collaboration with other O-RAN members and contributing to our shared goals,” he added.

O-RAN ALLIANCE® and O-RAN® are registered marks of O-RAN ALLIANCE e.V. in the United States and other countries. UEFI is a trademark and/or registered trademark of the Unified EFI Forum, Inc. OpenBMC™ is a trademark of LF Projects, LLC in the US and other countries. The Linux Foundation is a registered trademark of The Linux Foundation Corporation in the US and/or other countries. Telecom Infra Project is a registered trademark of Telecom Infra Project, Inc. in the US and other countries.

About AMI

Founded in 1985 and known worldwide for AMIBIOS®, the mission of AMI is to power, manage and secure the world’s connected digital infrastructure by providing best-in-class UEFI and remote management firmware, security solutions, development tools and utilities to top-tier manufacturers of desktop, server, mobile and embedded/IoT systems. In line with its foundational technology focus, AMI is a member of numerous industry associations and standards groups, such as the Unified EFI Forum (UEFI), DMTF (formerly known as the Distributed Management Task Force), the NIST National Cybersecurity Excellence Partnership (NCEP) and the Trusted Computing Group (TCG). Headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, AMI has locations in the U.S., China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea and Taiwan to better serve its customers.

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