- Samsung announced the completion of an agreement to acquire TeleWorld Solutions (TWS), a network services provider headquartered in Chantilly, VA.
- The TWS leadership team will continue to manage the business and, together with Samsung, will address the network upgrade cycle occurring in the U.S.
- With network builds associated with 5G and 4G LTE enhancements advancing in the U.S, the acquisition will also address the need for end-to-end support in delivering network solutions
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Combination will help network operators accelerate and simplify rollouts of 5G networks across the U.S.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Samsung) today announced the completion of an agreement to acquire TeleWorld Solutions (TWS), a network services provider headquartered in Chantilly, VA.TWS provides network design, testing and optimization services to mobile service and cable operators, equipment OEMs and other companies across the U.S. With network builds associated with 5G and 4G LTE enhancements advancing in the U.S, the acquisition will address the need for end-to-end support in delivering network solutions.
TWS, a privately owned company, will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America, Inc. The service offerings and customers of TWS complement Samsung’s growth among networks infrastructure clients. With competencies in radio frequency (RF) and network design service—as well as installation, testing, and optimization services—TWS will continue to serve its existing customers and clients they currently support with Samsung. The TWS leadership team will continue to manage the business and, together with Samsung, address the network upgrade cycle occurring in the U.S.
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“The acquisition of TWS will enable us to meetmobile carriers’ growing needs for improving their 4G and 5G networks, and eventually create new opportunities to enhance our service capabilities to our customers,” said Paul Kyungwhoon Cheun, Executive Vice President and Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung will continue to drive innovation in communications technology, while providing optimization servicesfor network deployments that accelerate U.S. 5G network expansion.”
“Everyone at TeleWorld Solutions is excited to be part of the Samsung family,” said Shervin Gerami, CEO of TeleWorld Solutions. “The advent of 5G and the amount of new spectrum coming into the U.S. market requires scale and innovation for the next generation of wireless technologies. Joining forces with Samsung will accelerate innovation to help our customers fulfill their needs for network strategy, deployment, and automation.”
Continued growth in mobile usage is driving the need for new spectrum and network densification. Additionally, demand is increasing for network infrastructure, design, deployment and optimization services. This is driven by 5G network builds, network virtualization initiatives, testing and optimization associated with new open RAN architectures—and demand for new enterprise cellular networks.
With a growing position in the U.S. networks industry, along with its 5G technology leadership, Samsung Networks has collaborated with major U.S. network operators to fulfill 5G’s network expansion. As its growth continues through network operator agreements and enterprises seeking their own cellular networks, the combination of Samsung and TWS will help customers address next-generation demands.
For over 40 years, Samsung has had a strong presence in the U.S., investing more than $30 billion and currently employing over 20,000 workers across the country. Samsung has demonstrated the power of 5G with end-to-end solutions from semiconductor, mobile phone and network infrastructure through U.S. initiatives such as the 5G Innovation Zone at their Samsung Austin Semiconductor facility in Texas and a collaboration to create the nation’s first 5G-enabled stadium experience. Samsung remains committed to investing in 5G advancementand network development across the U.S.
About TeleWorld Solutions, Inc.
TeleWorld Solutions, Inc. is a network services provider that delivers consulting, design, deployment, testing, optimization, automation, and software development services to mobile service and cable operators, equipment OEMs and other companies across the U.S. TeleWorld Solutions fulfills the full lifecycle of network services across DAS, Macro, Small Cells, 5G, V2X, Satellite, Technology development, IoT, and Enterprise. TeleWorld Solutions has been recognized by Deloitte as a Fast 500 company due to its innovation to our services and continued customer satisfaction. For latest news, please visit TeleWorld Solutions at http://www.teleworldsolutions.com.
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Samsung’s new cloud-native Compact Core offers 4G/5G common core function with “All-in-One Box” configuration.
Samsung Electronics. Co. Ltd. today announced its Compact Core solution, which will help enable the swift deployment and efficient operation of private 4G and 5G networks for enterprises. Samsung’s cloud-native and fully-containerized Compact Core will help accelerate business transformation to Industry 4.0 by serving as the backbone of a flexible, reliable private network for enterprises of all kinds. The Samsung Compact Core will be available globally later this year.
The solution will support a range of enterprises including smart factories, shipyards, steel plants and R&D complexes. The Compact Core can run on any x86 commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) servers and fits any enterprise deployment environments.
Some key benefits of the Samsung Compact Core are:
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- “All in One Box” Configuration: The product houses all of the core network functions (NFs) and management systems required to run a private network in a “one box” configuration. Using single-server hardware, it provides optimal capacity and throughput required for enterprise users.
- Common Core Functionality: It includes both 4G and 5G core NFs, which means it can operate as 4G Evolved Packet Core (EPC), 5G Non-Standalone (NSA) or 5G Standalone (SA) core, while enabling a seamless migration without hardware replacements. The Compact Core can run as both 4G and 5G cores simultaneously.
- Simplified Deployment and Operation: The Compact Core is suitable for enterprises seeking quick deployments and less complex operations. Enterprises can take advantage of Samsung’s remote management capabilities applied in the deployment and operation phases, including installation, configuration, provisioning, software upgrades and updates, and account management. It brings simplicity, requiring less technical knowledge or intervention from those who run the private network.
“We are excited to introduce our new and advanced core solution to help enterprises achieve quick deployment, easy management and cost-efficient operation of their private networks,” said Sohyong Chong, Vice President and Head of Core R&D, Networks Business at Samsung Electronics. “Whether a business is evolving to 5G or seeking to optimize communications with 4G, we look forward to providing our Compact Core to drive private network evolution.”
The Samsung Compact Core—along with its leading end-to-end 5G solutions for mid-band and mmWave spectrums—will be a key component to power flexible and reliable private 5G networks.
Samsung Networks is a pioneer in the successful delivery of 5G end-to-end solutions including chipset, radio, and core network technologies. The company supported the launch of 5G commercial services in leading markets, including Korea and the U.S., where the majority of worldwide 5G subscribers are located, and is supporting the expansion of 5G in Japan. In addition, the company is rapidly expanding its global footprint in new markets, including Canada and New Zealand.