Article: Open RAN revenues forecast to nearly double in 2021

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Open RAN revenues forecast to nearly double in 2021

Total Open RAN revenues are expected to nearly double in 2021. The report did not reveal the specific revenue of Open RAN business. Open RAN revenues include O-RAN and OpenRAN compatible macro and small cells radios plus baseband hardware and software.

The Asia Pacific (APAC) region is driving the Open RAN market. Macro is dominating but small cell adoption is improving. The Open RAN Massive MIMO landscape is evolving. Mobile operators in the APAC region are largely behind the surge, underpinned by a fairly synchronized migration from proprietary RAN towards Open RAN in Japan. Rakuten now has some 50 K radios up and running in Japan. Other Japanese operators are increasingly optimistic about O-RAN and the role open interfaces will play with more advanced radio deployments.

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Article: Singapore Deep-Tech Alliance announces XNode-powered venture builder

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Singapore Deep-Tech Alliance announces XNode-powered venture builder

THE SINGAPORE Deep-Tech Alliance (SDTA) has announced the launch of its venture builder, SDTA22. The venture builder is powered by XNode, which is notably Enterprise Singapore’s Global Innovation Alliance (GIA) partner in Shanghai and Shenzhen. According to a statement by SDTA, XNode has its roots in the advanced manufacturing ecosystem in China and works with startup founders to scale and with large corporations to innovate.

Besides establishing the China-Singapore Innovation Launchpad as a GIA partner, the accelerator has partnered with the Australian, Japanese, Korean and Italian governments to form landing pads for international startups to gain access to China.

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Article: Tokyo Institute Of Technology: Tokyo Tech Student Wins Japan Open Innovation Prize With AI-Based Algorithm Evaluation Technology

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Tokyo Institute Of Technology: Tokyo Tech Student Wins Japan Open Innovation Prize With AI-Based Algorithm Evaluation Technology

Yuta Saito, a 4th-year Industrial Engineering and Economics student from Tokyo Tech’s Nakata Laboratory, has won the 3rd Japan Open Innovation Prize, Prime Minister’s Award. Saito collected the prestigious award at a ceremony held in central Tokyo on February 25.

The winning project, Open source development and implementation infrastructure for social decision-making algorithms, was a collaboration between Hanjuku Kaso, Inc., a company co-founded by Saito and Yale University assistant professor Yusuke Narita, and ZOZO Inc. Saito, Narita, and two other team members shared the prize.

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Article: Global Open Source Services Market Research Report 2021- Coherentmarketinsights.com

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Global Open Source Services Market Research Report 2021- Coherentmarketinsights.com

The Global Open Source Services Market study offers important upgrades of industry, business scope, international competition also improvements research on revenue growth sectors. The report contains intelligence on the strategic activities of product scope, sales, mergers, acquisitions, and collaborations.

The major factors to drive the businesses are recent trends, technology, revenue, sales, price structure, business scope, and developing strategy analysis. In addition, the research provides a complex scenario on Abc Market Outlook 2021-Industry detailed analysis 2027. The objective of this report is to define, describe and forecast the different services across regions such as North America, Japan, China, Brazil, and India.

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Article: Progress in Cell-SELEX compound screening technology reviewed in BioResearch Open Access

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Progress in Cell-SELEX compound screening technology reviewed in BioResearch Open Access

SELEX is a rapid, efficient, and iterative high-throughput method for screening large libraries of molecules to identify those with the potential to be developed as drug compounds or research tools. Advances in SELEX technology that have enabled screening in live cells, called Cell-SELEX, are explored in a comprehensive Review article published in BioResearch Open Access, a bimonthly peer-reviewed open access journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. The article is available free on the BioResearch Open Access website.

Cell-SELEX uses live cells as targets for binding of molecules called aptamers, comprised of short chains of nucleic acids. Aptamers share many of the qualities that have made antibodies such successful drugs, but offer additional advantages such as stability, short length, and ease of manufacturing.

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