B-Yond Field Engineering consists of distinct domains focused on accelerating initial deployment and improving operations across traditional and virtualized networks. Whether through team augmentation or ownership of specific deliverables, B-Yond will assist your network operations activities. We have enabled carriers to more quickly design, build, test, certify and deploy networks across a variety of network types.
B-Yond 's RAN Engineering practice covers all necessary services to guarantee quality of service. Encompassing expertise in different technologies including 4G and 5G, from the initial design phase to full on-air deployment for Greenfield, Brownfield and Indoor (DAS) Scenarios. Our Services range from Planning and Design, Pre-launch tuning and optimization, to Post-Launch Optimization and Field-Testing Validation.
B-Yond 's Infrastructure team provides an array of services across a wide spectrum of technologies at various stages of the development cycle, giving the technical expertise, oversight, and guidance to build infrastructure to meet current business needs and future growth. The major services offered by B-Yond are:
IMS came up with the idea of integrating fixed, IP and Mobile Networks and changed the rules of the game with well-known converged networks. IMS is gaining importance on today 's networks with all that 5G brings, and carriers have started turning off their 3G network, pushing them to migrate all their Circuit Switched Networks (Non-IP services) to the IMS domain and finally IoT Services.
5G is the fifth-generation wireless network technology that will bring new capabilities to the existing network which in turn will create new opportunities for people, businesses, and society. 5G redefines the wireless network by establishing a new standard for speed, throughput, and bandwidth. 5G promises higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra-low latency, more reliability, massive network capacity, increased availability, and a more uniform user experience to more users.
Internet of Things (IoT) is a buzz word nowadays we see everywhere and that is just the beginning. No doubt IoT will alter the way we are going to live. However, to make it possible, several things should happen before, i.e. network architecture redesigns and leverage of new technologies such as NB-IoT, CAT-M, WiFi 6 and 5G.
Networks are hard and complex to build and maintain, requiring an important investment of money and time. Even networks that appear to work most of the time may suffer from hidden issues that need actions taken. With network testing, we can guarantee all that money and effort invested are well spent and are going to work according to plan.
Operations and Business Support Systems cover all the specialized IT applications a service provider needs to run their network. An OSS (Operations Support System) is a crucial network element for service providers to control, monitor, analyze and manage their networks. It has the ability to support important network functions such as Network Inventory, Network Configuration and Facilities Management. A BSS (Business Support System) supports the commercial, revenue and customer relationship activities. Helping facilitate customer relations, the main processes it handles are Product Management, Order Management, Customer Management and Revenue Management.
We have deep experience in the telecom industry with managing projects across networks, platforms, and infrastructures. We provide onsite/remote support to teams with our experts who provide quality results on time. We understand the goals of our clients and provide the right solutions and automate repeated procedures and processes. We provide training on evolving technologies to be future-focused and trained.
Open Radio Access Network, or OpenRAN, introduces a disaggregated method to deploying mobile networks by adopting open and interoperable protocols and interfaces, allowing extended flexibility over traditional RAN systems. OpenRAN can be deployed with vendor-neutral hardware and software-defined technology based on open interfaces and industry-developed standards.
Among the drivers for adopting OpenRAN are: