Michael Iedema

OpenBTS - Building Real Mobile Networks, Big or Small

Date: This event took place live on January 08 2015

Presented by: Michael Iedema

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

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Description:

OpenBTS implements a complete GSM stack for voice and SMS. It also supports GPRS and UMTS 3G data standards. With an off-the-shelf server and software defined radio (SDR), it is now possible to build your own mobile network. These networks can be used to support true fixed-mobile convergence, bring coverage to remote areas or experiment and innovate within the cellular network itself. Because OpenBTS converts all cellular signaling and media directly to SIP and RTP, the integration environment should be familiar.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • How traditional mobile networks are architected and compare them to a new, IP focused, hybrid architecture
  • How to build a mobile network using Open Source software and hardware components
  • What non-traditional use cases exist for radio access networks and detail APIs available for future innovation

About Michael Iedema, Senior Engineer

After first experimenting with VoIP in 2004, Michael worked on IMS proof-of-concept projects until 2007, when he founded the AskoziaPBX project, an easy-to-use telephony system now being sold and deployed in over 100 countries. In 2011, he moved on to do VoIP-related research and development for Ubiquiti Networks. Michael is currently a Senior Engineer at Range Networks, the creators of OpenBTS.