Rakuten plans to deploy a disruptive next generation end-to-end cloud-native mobile network with small cells, based on Qualcomm FSM Small Cell Platforms, as a key component
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) and Rakuten Mobile Network, Inc. announced that Rakuten plans to use Small Cell infrastructure products, based on Qualcomm® FSM™ Small Cell Platforms, as a key component of Rakuten’s new mobile network expected to be rolled out across Japan.
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Rakuten, Inc. (TSE: 4755) as a global leader in internet services that empower individuals, communities, businesses and society. Founded in Tokyo in 1997 as an online marketplace, has expanded to offer services in e-commerce, fintech, digital content and communications to more than 1.2 billion members around the world. The Rakuten Group has over 17,000 employees, and operations in 30 countries and regions.
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